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    xxDoLLarBiLLxx is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    1.Iraq war
    2. Unrestrained spending by the pentagon
    3. derivatives
    4. non-enforcement of the regulation wars
    5. The PRIVATE Federal Reserve Bank seemingly given full power over the US dollar

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    People, this is not a Bailout... at least not anymore

    It was more the government buying Wall Street thingys

    But they should forget about the Bailout... and do what any Dictatorship/Tyrany (best government types!!!) would do, buy the damn thing for a cent the stock and pummel anyone in your way until the economy is back on track
    DEAD TO THE RETARDS!!!
    DEAD TO THE FANBOYS!!!
    DEAD TO THE WERESHEEP!!!

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    wait people wait.

    after all this online talks about Bail-out and angry phone calls
    you forgot that there were also discussing about on a second bill

    Oh and this time it's not as Huge as the 700-Billion
    is just 488 billion to the Pentagon
    so they can fight the war way into the next administration

    http://www.opednews.com/articles/Sen...80930-123.html
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/tommy-..._b_130592.html




    You still have to pay for a bill that you were not aware about
    Last edited by R3dKnight; 10-01-2008 at 04:25 PM.

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    wut come again..

    after all the Bills the Governator had vetoed
    he actually wrote a mail to Paulson for a California Bail-out plan
    oh and that cost you 7 Billion.


    Where do these Americans get all these cash?

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    Sorry for the triple post


    it's because this time, they voted YES on the bail-out!

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    EDIT: Why is this thread tagged as "blowjobs might save you"?! lol
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    Posting a story from here because I found it spot-on and funny to boot.

    Quote Originally Posted by Todd Alcott
    My fellow Americans, today I would like to address the problem we face with America's hen-house.

    Due to circumstances no one really understands, foxes have been put in charge of operating our hen-house. There will be plenty of time in the future to debate about whose decision it was to put foxes in charge of the hen-house, but the fact remains that the foxes have eaten all the hens and now we are out of hens. This is a crisis of far-reaching import -- American hens are the envy of the world and we cannot afford to be without them. I shall call this the Hen-House Crisis.free stats

    I have spoken with the foxes who run our hen-house and they have assured me that this is a crisis. Our hen-house must be filled with hens immediately or it will lead to a world-wide shortage of hens. That means no chicken dinners, no scrambled eggs, no Denver omelets, no feathered pillows. And that cannot be allowed to happen. The world turns to us for hens and hen-related policy.

    And so it is up to each and every American to supply our foxes with more hens, to dig deep and sacrifice their hard-earned hens so that the foxes will have more hens to mind. This is the only way out of this crisis -- the foxes must be given more hens. It is the only solution to our problem, and anyone who suggests otherwise, well I have to question their belief in hens.

    If the foxes are not given more hens, they will go hungry, and we cannot afford a nation with hungry foxes. Foxes are the backbone of our hen-fox structure -- foxes provide America with whatever hens they don't devour, and if we don't supply our foxes with an unending stream of hens we will have no hens at all.

    My plan calls for Americans to supply our foxes with seven hundred billion hens -- give or take, on an ongoing basis, whenever the foxes ask for them, for whatever purposes the foxes see fit. This deal is non-negotiable and permanent, and our foxes will be under no obligation to tell us how they are tending our hens or when, if ever, we will ever see any hens again. Because we need so many hens immediately, this means that a lot of Americans who have never raised hens will need to learn to do so, otherwise our foxes will have no hens to tend. Some Americans may need to work an extra job in order to buy the materials they will need to raise hens to give to our foxes, but that is a sacrifice I am willing to demand.

    I have been assured by America's foxes that they will be very wise and cautious in the stewardship of these billions upon billions of hens, that the hens we provide the foxes will be bred into even more hens, which will then, the foxes assure me, returned to the Americans who provided them. We will then be, I am told, swimming in hens, thanks to the very wise foxes of the American hen-house industry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R3dKnight View Post
    Sorry for the triple post


    it's because this time, they voted YES on the bail-out!
    I know the Senate voted yes... (75 to 24)

    did the House re-approve?

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    @saizou

    pretty amusing analogy

    @cpr

    yes, house has reversed its decision and approved it. i honestly don't know how the next leader of the U.S. is going to fix things.

 

 
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