Washington bails out Wall Street, again

Washington bails out Wall Street, again

There are 7 comments on the Lowell Sun story from May 9, 2010, titled Washington bails out Wall Street, again. In it, Lowell Sun reports that:

Democrats have decided that in order to prevent Wall Street from starting more financial meltdowns, wrecking the economy and leaving the American taxpayer holding the bag, we need to give more oversight authority to the same government employees who were busy surfing Internet porn as private investors frantically tried to warn them about Bernie ...

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Oh Oh

Westford, MA

#1 May 10, 2010
If you think things like this are outrageous,then recent news about Washington bailing out Greece should drive you up a wall.

Does anybody reading this care????
Mike M

Saxapahaw, NC

#2 May 28, 2010
Are you trying to say that these banks don't turn a profit, and that the money going into that fund wouldn't come from that profit? This is what the Republicans call a taxpayer bailout. Now that the FDIC is going to do it, that's not a tax-payer bailout? You know what - this article Bogus. You're no different than FOX, and Limbaugh.
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#3 Feb 13, 2011
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#5 Feb 13, 2011
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Biryomumaisho Issa Brian

Kigali, Rwanda

#6 Apr 21, 2012
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Since: May 12

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#7 May 9, 2012
Everybody gets a Bailout!!! What about the American People?
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