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truedelphi Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Dec-12-10 03:17 PM
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149. has interesting discussion about this.
Edited on Sun Dec-12-10 03:18 PM by truedelphi
Meanwhile our Congress first allows for Bailouts and Wars, then screams its head off about how we need to be fiscally austere, as otherwise the Deficit will be outta site.

Far as I am concerned - let's slash their salaries by 30% to remind them of who it was who did these things.

It certainly wasn't your average person saying "Please give eleven trillion and counting" to the Big Banks. In fact, in early Oct 2008, more average citizens called Congress to oppose the Bailouts than at any other juncture in recent history.

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