pvolcko wrote:I'm wondering what "grown ups" you are expecting to do something here, besides Bush and his administration? Obama has abdicated any semblance of leadership on this with his recent statements of "waiting to see" what Treasury, the Fed, and the administration do.
I hardly call it "abdication" to want to look at a proposal, announced only hours ago, before making a decision on its merits. I'm a Ron Paul supporter & I think he is also taking some time to digest this, brand new proposal too. That's the prudent thing to do.
pvolcko wrote:I don't agree with what they are doing
I agree. Hardly seems to be a Republican concept for us to "Socialize" these debts!! (funny to hear the "Hands Off Business" & "let the market take care of itself" BS artists suddenly, out of sheer desperation, turn Socialists!(who are these guys really?......Whatever is politically expedient right now is what they favor!...They have no core beliefs!
pvolcko wrote:McCain was proposing a bill in 2005-2006 to reign in the corruption and lack of oversight on these very businesses very few joined him.
Come on Paul......That's the oldest trick in the Congressional book!! (Periodically, issue quiet, un-noticed written statements or propose an obscure bill supporting both sides of any issue & then, no matter which side proves right.....You win!!
Do you remember McCain making a strong public case for this?....I sure don't!
If your position is on both sides....You have no real
position....You are simply a 26 years Senator covering his butt!
McCain has been a "De regulator" all of his life......Suddnly he's selling himself as in favor of government regulations?!?...BS!
He is so desperate that he flip-flops on a daily basis now!
Two days ago he was against a bailout of AIG....Then yesterday he's in favor of it!! (he has no core beliefs.,....He's Hillary Clinton without the breasts!
What is that phrase again???.....Oh right: "You can put lipstick on a pig, but it's still a pig!"