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The Fed's Bank Bailout

The Federal Reserve announced that they would be setting up a $200 billion program to assist struggling banks. What do you think?
  • "They say that you can judge the heart of a country by its treatment of its banks."

    Bingham Irving
    Computer Programmer
  • "They should give it all to my branch—they have really crappy lollipops."

    Joe Pullman
    Construction Worker
  • "Giving money to institutions that failed at their only job, which was to have money, may not be the best strategy."

    Lynn Fitzpatrick
    Florist