You're right, the fact he was duped by his own 21 year company then wasn't allowed to sell his shares when the upper mangement was bailing out is all his fault...
But I wonder if your response would have been the same if the article was about Clinton/Enron rather than Bush/Enron....just wondering.
Your question about Bush/Enron vs. Clinton/Enron is an idiotic one. If this were a Clinton/Enron story then it never would have been investigated by ABC News.
Someone needs to explain to me how the allegation in this story makes any sense. Enron has wielded tremendous influence over George W. Bush since he was governor of Texas, and has used that influence recently to push for energy deregulation. As a result of energy deregulation (as well as an oil agreement that Bush reached with Vladimir Putin last month), Enron is now bankrupt. It sounds to me as if: 1.) Enron had absolutely no influence in the Bush Administration, or 2.) Enron had lots of influence but had no idea what the f#ck they were supposed to do with that influence.