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Main Street thinks even less of the $700 billion Wall Street bailout plan than the U.S. House of Representatives, which defeated it yesterday.
``This thing they're talking about is only going to make the rich richer,'' said Paul Clancy, 30, a window washer who for 15 years has scrubbed panes on some of Boston's largest financial edifices. ``Leave them be, and they'll get what they deserve. Nobody helps me if I'm in trouble.''
Congressional leaders may bring up another version of the bailout bill this week. In interviews from Seattle to Wilmington, Delaware, small-business owners, manual laborers and white-collar workers made clear they want the plan killed for good.