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11:13 AM on 11/12/2008
The fearmongers strike again and at your expense. What will the next "change in direction" be? Admit it, Ken. You're making this up as you go along. The dire urgency of the three-page memo that started it all has now morphed into what looks like another scheme to line the pockets of people at the top of the financial institutions who still refuse to lend "because they don't trust each other." Guess what: in private enterprise these decision makers would have been shown the door long ago. But not in the Bush Administration, where the sale of fear is the first step in any process. Why abandon a perfectly successful sales strategy now?
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ronnierayjenkins
11:11 AM on 11/12/2008
They just couldn't make enough profit off the working stiff.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EcZSh1diQRQ
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WhoneedsGoverment
And the horse you rode in on...
11:11 AM on 11/12/2008
Troubling Indeed


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Robert11010
11:11 AM on 11/12/2008
The contempt for the American people in all of this is palpable.
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11:11 AM on 11/12/2008
From the headline: "Troubled assets will not be purchased"

BWWWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

I watch CNBC daily.
ALL THE ASSETS are "troubled", down to the real estate on which the buildings are built.
11:09 AM on 11/12/2008
funny how they voted to use the 700 billion one way but then change their mind, how can they get away with it? Isn;t that the same as me obtaining a mortgage and deciding to use it to buy a car? Unreal, will 1/20 get here quick enough.
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ErnestineBass
No longer a cog in The Machine.
12:44 PM on 11/12/2008
That's the problem, mudbones...lots of people took out second mortgages to buy cars...and vacations...and plastic surgery...and expensive clothes...and...
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JohnFromCensornati
Wake up! It's 1984.
11:00 AM on 11/12/2008
It is so reassuring to know that they can do whatever they please with our $700 billion!