House Republicans Offer Insurance Plan to Rescue Wall Street

September 26, 2008

  • September 26, 2008 at 12:44 pm
    Patriot says:
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    I like this more sensible approach but the one thing that is missing are the hearings on punishing the guilty…private and government sectors…send those to jail time for this malfeasence of duties.

  • September 26, 2008 at 12:47 pm
    Tim says:
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    Which taxes reduced. Doesn’t that mean somebody else (us) pays the taxes somebody else doesn’t pay. Relax the same tax and regulatory “barriers” that allowed Wall Street to create this mess. When somebody says its not about politics, its ALL about the politics.

  • September 26, 2008 at 1:05 am
    Bill says:
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    And just how do they intend to get all this capital on the sidelines into this plan? What sort of “temporary” tax relief provisions are they including?
    The Paulson plan was 2 1/2 pages long and very short on details. If this is all the GOP has, I think they are wasting their time.

  • September 26, 2008 at 2:06 am
    Mike says:
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    Thats my favorite part. Why didnt we have a blue ribbon panel to begin with??

    Those blue ribbon panels would never have let this happen I tell you!!

  • September 26, 2008 at 2:41 am
    Baxtor says:
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    Paulson has concern the Republican plan won’t work. Hello, Henry Paulson, but didn’t you say back in March our financial markets were extremely safe? You obviously have no clue on what safe vs bringing this country to its knees is. Maybe Greenspan can lower interest rates. That worked real well on assisting these mortgage companies to get greedy with low interest rates. Cut the crap. Politicians have no idea on what will work. They just know bailing out these corporations will save their stock from the big ZERO! CONFLICT OF INTEREST WASHINGTON? I THINK SO!

  • September 26, 2008 at 4:28 am
    lastbat says:
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    Baxtor you are so very right. Paulson does not have a clue and simply wants to be made a czar. The Dems and Bush (how often do those two get put in the same boat?) need to listen to the Republicans on this one and not go all socialist. They all need to calm down and think things through.

    My name is lastbat and I approve this message. This message paid for by Moderate Independents for Sanity.

  • September 27, 2008 at 10:33 am
    wudchuck says:
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    here’s the problem:

    how many senators and congressman have been re-elected back into office? how long can one stay in office?

    have we had enough with our current administration or the past? americans want a change but change does not neccessarily put an senator or congressman into the oval office. what makes his idea work now? afterall, it’s up to congress to pass legistion – not the president. everyone would rather blame BUSH, instead of looking in their own pocket. how long did it take to get the minimum wage raised? it wasn’t BUSH’s plan. how many folks live off of welfare, when they can actually work. those that are disabled, how many of them can find alternate jobs? if we start employing more individuals, they can create the tax money we need. they can bring this financial crisis in check. if the government stops giving our money away to foreign countries and then forgiving it’s debt, we might have the money. if we start bringing our troops home, less spending of the taxpayer dollars for the military. no, emergency funding to keeps things running.

  • September 27, 2008 at 5:00 am
    frustrated says:
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    Wakeup everybody! this is nothing more than an old fashioned hijacking of our finaqncial institutions and ultimately our government. The questions should be as follows: How much stock in these so called failed banks do members of the Federal Reserve own? Also, how much stock do members of the Federal Reserve own in the companies that are buying the failed institutions? Why do we funnel all of our Treasury notes through the Federal Reserve Cartel? Why don’t we keep the interest paid to the Federal Reserve Cartel in the Treasury? Why hasn’t any President , Congressional Member or Presidential Candidate mentioned the amount of money that the Federal Reserve Cartel siphones off of the U. S Economy?

    Wasn’t the real reason that both Lincoln and Kennedy were assassinated, was them trying to prevent the bankers from stealing the wealth of the country? Didn’t the bankers cause the 1929 crash by witholding the cash flow? Why would you believe anything has changed? This was all planned by people intent on destroying our system of government and I don’t mean Muslims. Wakeup people we are under attack and our government is giving aid and comfort to the enemy. If America needs a central bank, why isn’t that bank controlled by the Treasury Department?



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