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Monday, September 29, 2008
By Steven L. Taylor

Last Monday the bailout plan was 3 pages in length. Today is it 110.

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5 Responses to “What a Difference a Week Makes”

  1. devildog666 Says:

    Willkommen in der Weimarer Republik, der Retter (der Fuhrer) kommt, die Welt zu retten.

  2. nevrdull Says:

    hätte man das nicht auch auf englisch sagen können?
    :)

  3. Ratoe Says:

    Wenn McCain es nicht gelesen haben, wenn er wurde drei Seiten, es gibt keinen Weg, er liest es jetzt!

  4. Barry Says:

    Lesssee……….. 3 pages, basically saying that (a) Paulson gets $750 billiion, (b) to dispose of as he wishes, (c) under no restriction whatsoever, even to the extent of reporting to whom how much was given. Brevity is not good, in this case.

    When one is dealing with $750 billion, a few hundred pages isn’t that much.

    How much do your finances add up to, in pages? I’d guess a couple of hundred, counting life insurance policies, 401(k)/IRA/etc., house purchase, mortgage, and insurance.

    And that’s what? less than $1 million?

  5. Dr. Steven Taylor Says:

    Barry,

    My observation was not intended to be a critique of more pages. Indeed, I thought that the Paulson 3-page plan was an abomination, if anything because of the utter lack of oversight.


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