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WASHINGTON -- Government officials seeking to revamp the U.S. financial bailout have discussed spending another $1 trillion to $2 trillion to help restore banks to health, according to people familiar with the matter. President Barack Obama's new administration is wrestling with how to stem the continuing loss of confidence in the financial system, as it divides up the remaining $350 billion from the $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program launched last fall. The potential size of rescue efforts being discussed suggests the administration may need to ask Congress for more funds. Some of the remaining $350 billion of TARP funds has already been earmarked for other efforts, including aid to auto makers and to homeowners facing foreclosure.
Glenn makes it very simple. Incredibly scary. Mexico is on the verge of collapsing. It looks ripe to bring in the Amero and the NAU to save us all from the collapsed dollar
Although I would be careful to use the phrase "printing money." Our money now is digital... it's just information stored on computers.
I am amazed that was on Fox.... Excellent find David, honestly, it is an easy to explain chart and information in layman's terms