WASHINGTON — If the Obama administration was looking to comments filed by more than 300 individuals, banks, trade groups and other companies for guidance in crafting a future for the government-sponsored enterprises, it had better have a Plan B.

About the only common theme in the letters is the utter lack of consensus among various players. In the nearly two years since the government seized Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the coming debate promises to be a black hole.

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