They Do Well when America Does Not

-Posted by D. Worth (US) | for- M. Barbay (France)

McCain came to the table in a clear nonpartisan effort to engage all parties, in addressing the economy. Whatever that decision would be, and whatever the people and parties would decide; with unity, America would do well...

Many are asking, "Would she actually catalyze an economical ruin, simply to win the election?"
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The proposal to completely change the entire US financial structure of the economy, in order to address a 6.5% broken mortgage/bank turn-crisis; finds over 89% Americans completely opposed, and 95 Democrats given the nod to vote against the bill...more.

The roll call vote meets a Media who aids in eliminating the campaign competition; after months of stifling confidence in the US economy.

H R 3997 RECORDED VOTE 29-Sep-2008 2:07 PM
Democratic leadership wanted the bailout to fail Read
The Bill:
AYES- Democrats: 140 ; Republicans: 65
NOES- Democrats 95 ; Republicans: 133

This resembles Pelosi on Iraq: Remembering April 26th (07)
Pelosi's Media Assisted, "Surge Against the Surge" was met by the desperate plea from Iraq's foreign minister Hoshyar Zebari; who accused US Democrat legislators of "politicking." read.

FM Hoshyar Zebari said:
"Attempts by US Democrats to hasten the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq are "damaging to security" in the country."read.
The violence came as the Democratic-controlled U.S. Senate adopted House-passed legislation calling for U.S. troops to begin leaving Iraq by Oct. 1. President Bush pledged to veto the measure, and neither body passed the measure with enough votes to override a veto.
Iraqi government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh said Oct. 1 was too soon for a withdrawal to start and criticized the Senate vote, saying it "sends wrong signals" to armed militants. Full Story.
"This plan is fraught with unintended consequences, would force generations of taxpayers to pick up the tab for Wall Street losses, and could permanently and fundamentally change the role of government in the American free enterprise system. Once the government socializes losses, it will soon socialize profits. If we lose our ability to fail, we will soon lose our ability to succeed. If we bail out risky behavior, we will soon see even riskier behavior. Transcript.

A distinguished Republican House member (video above) speaks to find solution; but met with disdain by "partisan Pelosi"... She sets her fatal grudge, on a collision course with ruin...

Remember: 95 Democrats voted NAY; yet Pelosi and the US Media say that Republican killed the bill...

Mark Levin Show: AUDIO

Insulting cartoon at the Telegraph: View
I guess Pelosi & Reid forgot to inform the entire Int'l community that 95 Democrats, also voted No... The following is absolutely untrue:

"Rebel Republicans - who see Paulson’s proposals as socialism by the back door - were warned they will be responsible for causing an “amazing catastrophe” if they continue to oppose the plans, which would see taxpayers buy up the bad debts of failing banks. Instead they want an insurance scheme for banks, which would spread the cost to private enterprise."

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