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White House gives Congress days to review bailout plan in the works for MONTHS.

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posted on Sep, 24 2008 @ 08:01 AM

White House Dispatches Team to Push Economic Bill

Fratto said it would be “unthinkable” for Congress not to pass legislation this week, asserting the result would be a “very, very serious situation” for the U.S. economy.


Fratto insisted that the plan was not slapped together and had been drawn up as a contingency over previous months and weeks by administration officials. He acknowledged lawmakers were getting only days to peruse it, but he said this should be enough.


Sound familiar anyone?

[edit on 24-9-2008 by loam]

posted on Sep, 24 2008 @ 08:12 AM
Not only is it a bailout but its also a power coup. This has been planned for years ahead and they where waiting for the right time to jump.

Notice how quickly they are trying to get this bill ushered in?

posted on Sep, 24 2008 @ 09:32 AM
I watched some of the hearings yesterday and Paulson just kept saying we will have experts to figure all these things out. No questions were really answered. It is another plan to which our representatives will just trust the "experts?" This will be a disaster. No checks and balances except a committee of "experts." He11 to the NO!

We all know that this could not possibly have coincidentally all snuck up on us at once. For sure this smells of conspiracy.

Both of our Presidential candidates are swimming in their respective campaigns and push on in the middle of this... getting ready for debates and what not. How can each of them really scrutinize this as well as the rest of our sorry lot of reps. God help us all.

posted on Sep, 24 2008 @ 09:36 AM
In my mind,

..a “very, very serious situation” for the U.S. economy.

means a “very, very serious situation” for the U.S. economy controllers and manipulators.

Poor gambling fools, why don't you tax-payers just help them out.... they only have secured the future for dozens generations of their 'family', vice the eternal future which is their objective. After all its our (the tax-payers) place in life to increase the wealth of the masters... and then whatever falls out of their full-to-bursting pockets is available for the rest of us to fight over.

Hurry now...., be a good non-corporate lesser citizen.... pay up.

posted on Sep, 24 2008 @ 09:38 AM
They're on crack if they pass it...... any further bailouts should be done on an individual basis and aproved by congress. t's been working so far. Giving that amount of power to them is unbelievable.

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