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Some questioned decisions that BofA has made or were angry at the company or Lewis. Others were confused about aspects of the article, or angry at TheStreet.com for publishing it. We're giving them a platform to express these opinions, and for us to respond, through our reader mailbag.
The BofA BullsDave A. wrote in to say he believes Bank of America is solid, with little exposure to risky mortgage assets because of government funding and a heap of revenue. He doesn't think the bad assets from the Countrywide or Merrill Lynch deals are significant enough to hurt BofA results in 2009 and believes that rampant criticism is "driving this market into the ground." "Get a clue," writes Dave. "
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