Berkshire Hathaway vice-chairman Charles T. Munger weighs in on Enron and Global Crossing today on the op-ed page of the Washington Post. His proposed fix for the problems is shaping up GAAP (the generally accepted accounting practices that serve as the rule book for auditors and other accountants). He also proposes that a new government entity be created to create and maintain the rules independent of the people who stand to benefit by watering them down. He’s certainly 100% right, but this is never going to happen, because corporate America can’t bear to be held to real scrutiny.