"Democracy and socialism have nothing in common but one word, equality. But notice the difference: while democracy seeks equality in liberty, socialism seeks equality in restraint and servitude."Alexis de Tocqueville
A Change voters will build onto... Same liberal programs and same groups who believed that "free enterprise" was "giving American Real-estate away Free" are now handling the FIX!
CAPTION: Vote for This (further left) And You Get more Pelosi Left!!
Breaking - FBI Raids Office Of ANOTHER Obama Friend! Read.
-Where's the Media? (Doing a Report on Palin's tanning bed?)
Bottomless bailout: Now, they tell us it’s not enough: Read!!
ht: Gatewaypundit: Democrats in Congress.
(Video from: Instapundit) And the-- Worst. Congress. Ever.
-Give them a Year and Dems will say that they voted against the pork!
Barney Frank (video below) responsible for fighting to retain Fannie Mae Mess, and instrument in a specific stock-loss... Meanwhile, Insurers dive on Reid's 'bankrupt' quote: Read.
Following clip is annoying, but WATCH how O'Reilly's confronts this Democrat, who denies actual word-for-word Transcript, absent the words he claims to have said!
Vote Palin, and this confrontation would be a Grand Jury...
FACT: McCAIN/PALIN WILL Bring to Justice; and END THE EARMARKS!!!
And bring them to justice!
Lawmaker Accused of Fannie Mae Conflict of Interest: read.
Declan McCullagh writes:Bailout type Cost to taxpayers (Source: Reuters)
Bailout bill loops in green tech, IRS snooping
Last week, the Bush administration proposed a three-page bill to bail out Wall Street to the tune of $700 billion. It died in the U.S. House of Representatives earlier this week.
On Friday, though, the House approved a far bigger, broader, and beefier version of the bill--which has ballooned to a remarkable 442 pages.
Financial bailout package approved this week up to or more than $700 billion
Bear Stearns financing $29 billion
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac nationalization $200 billion
AIG loan and nationalization $85 billion
Federal Housing Administration housing rescue bill $300 billion
Mortgage community grants $4 billion
JPMorgan Chase repayments $87 billion
Loans to banks via Fed's Term Auction Facility $200 billion+
Loans from Depression-era Exchange Stabilization Fund $50 billion
Purchases of mortgage securities by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac $144 billion
POSSIBLE TOTAL $1.8 trillion+
NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS PER U.S. CENSUS 105,480,101
POSSIBLE COST PER HOUSEHOLD $17,064+