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Old 09-30-2008, 01:52 PM
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So, the bail-out plan did not pass, yet.

We are being warned about economic hardship to come unless it does.

Was this NO VOTE for the bail-out plan a REVOLT against the FED who has Congress by the balls and the American people, too.

Or, are our congress people aiding in an economic collapse?

The dog and pony show continues.

Please note those persons within government who urged our Congress people to vote yes.

Also, please not how this article assumes the American people want the bail-out plan to pass and now feel even more betrayed by our current leaders in Washington and Congress.

The Bailout Defeat: A Political Credibility Crisis - Yahoo! News


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Old 09-30-2008, 02:46 PM
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They're spicing up the bill.

Possibly increasing FDIC insurance to $250,000.00 in order to get the bill through the House.
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Old 09-30-2008, 05:44 PM
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I really find it ridiculous that the news is covering this as if people's best interests were not represented with the bail out vote. Citizens across this country made millions of phone calls sent thousands of faxes to their local representatives and said if you don't vote No you're out of here come election time.

As I told a friend of mine today, I know I'm not educated enough in the ways of the market to invest for myself, and I'm too paranoid to trust my money management to someone else. I think a lot of people feel this way and don't want to be punished for people who were foolish enough to invest their money in an unstable market.

I hope the bill never passes. Deal with the consequences corporate America and leave me the fuck out of it.
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Old 09-30-2008, 08:26 PM
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It was neither a revolt or aiding and abetting in an economic collapse.

As we knew would be the case, the bill has been gift wrapped with incentives in order to try to get it through the House and make the American people feel as though we're receiving a present in exchange for the 700 billion dollars that our CONGRESS is going to give to the very people who have caused this economic crisis.

It is a bail-out, but Congress isn't bailing the American people out of anything.

They're bailing out the banking houses.

The banking houses and financial institutions that are owned by the Fed.

As I said, the very people who caused this crisis.

Senate to force House's hand on bailout - Yahoo! News

Yep.

Phone calls were made, but, as I've repeated over and over and over again.

Congress does not work for the people.

They work for the Banksters and the Banksters are thieves who rob the American people blind.

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Old 10-02-2008, 09:58 PM
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So, what did John and Jane Doe receive as door prizes in this bill?
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