reply to post by bknapple32
Of course the Political Action Committees want it to be fast.
If you saw a bank robbery, was it slow? Right, bank robbers do it slowly.
The reason everyone is in such a hurry is because the bill is robbery.
Every average American should immediately fax, call and email their Congressperson requesting that this bill is completely torpedoed.
Allen H. Meltzer, Former Economic Adviser to President Reagan stated: "This is a scare tactic to try to do something that's in the private but not
the public interest." We should listen to a wise man.
See NY Times Sept. 23, 2008 at www.nytimes.com/2008/09/23/business/23skeptics.html?scp=1&sq=Allen%20H.%20Meltzer&st=cse
It is probable that there is a lot of great PAC financing available here for both Republicans and Democrats. A billion here, a trillion there, pretty
soon were talking about real money. The cost is about $10,000.00 per taxpayer.
There are comic books that contain more words than the proposed bill, and equally bizarre and questionable fact scenarios. The complete bill can be
read in two minutes at: www.nytimes.com/2008/09/21/business/21draftcnd.html?ref=business
It's easy to look up your Congressperson. Simply copy and paste in:
If we act quickly, perhaps we can catch Senators Obama and McCain in town with our requests that this rich man's bailout be torpedoed. If it passes,
future generations will be left to pay the ransom.
It is a credit to our fellow citizens that have expressed outrage that this bill has been stalled for even this long. Rome burned in a day, so let's
put out the fire together before it gets out of hand. Email all your friends and families. Deluge Washington with phone calls, faxes and emails.
Either we hang together or we shall surely hang separately.