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Thread: Bank bailout may hurt taxpayers, be open to fraud

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    Bank bailout may hurt taxpayers, be open to fraud

    Bank bailout may hurt taxpayers, be open to fraud - Yahoo! Finance

    Tiny Tim has pissed away the remainder of the TARP funds, and likely won't have anything to show for it but empty hands.

    Well, he would have if he'd let the healthy banks repay their TARP money, but encouraging and rewarding success is not what this Administration has ever been about.

    A failed program, run by a failed Treasury Secretary, installed by a failed President. What do they know of success?

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    Re: Bank bailout may hurt taxpayers, be open to fraud

    Well I think the obvious answer to this is "duh!". Of course they were going to steal more from us and give it to their friends. The whole lot. I don't just blame Obama, I think it's part and parcel with what we've gotten for quite some time. I would say there hasn't been a decent President since Reagan, they've all done something bad. Hell, a lot of this downfall started with Clinton and was exacerbated by Bush. They're all from the same group, they all pander to the same people. This economic crash they see as just another method by which they can take money from us and give it to their already rich friends.

    Until we sit up and pay attention, demand some responsible government, we're just going to repeat all this crap. The Republocrats are bad for America, it's time to hold these people responsible for their actions.
    You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo

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