* Derek Thompson: What if families voted on debt like Congress?
* Alexia Tsotsis: 15 years of photo-sharing startup exits vs. YouTube
* Steven Davidoff: As Wall Street firms grow, their reputations are dying
* Morning Call: U.S. futures point higher, London opens weak, European shares climb and the Nikkei gains 1.4%.
* PIMCO: QE2 is a Ponzi scheme
* FT editorial: Chrysler bailout is a working model
* Kurt Brouwer: Can China really dump the dollar?
* Aaron Elstein: A bank’s net worth turns negative
* Bess Levin: What Raj Rajaratnum’s lunch order should tell us
* John Carney: Why hedge fund managers really are donating to Republicans
* Short-term VC: Ex-Facebook CFO Gideon Yu is headed to the San Francisco 49ers, after just 2 years with Khosla Ventures
* News Corp. (NWSA) wants bids in excess of $100 million for MySpace. For context, it paid nearly $600 million for MySpace in 2005.
* Speaking of withering social networks: Friendster plans to delete all user content by the end of May
* Tweet of the Day: @funnyordie The only thing I’m more interested in than the royal wedding is literally everything else
* Elizabeth Warren visits The Daily Show: