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Joe Chi Minh Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Sep-30-09 06:31 PM
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14. "He's taken over the banks and the car industry. He wants the country to fail."
Edited on Wed Sep-30-09 06:38 PM by Joe Chi Minh
Wow! What a windfall for Obama! Shouldn't the public be taxed on that windfall? Oh, but that's what it was, to begin with, wasn't it, Mr Williams? Your financially-promiscuous friends being bailed out by the tax-payer.

You make it sound as if he was responsible for their failure, and raided Fort Knox for the benefit of the public, because he loves socialism. But didn't Mr Bush start it all by nationalising the two largest companies in the world: Fanny Mae and Freddy Mac? They were both painted into a corner and had no option, but it was due to the Republicans' fathomless, insensate greed, wasn't it. Remember, they didn't like all that piffling regulation? Drown the government in a bath-tub?

You're not thinking too clearly at the moment are you?
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