Saturday, October 4, 2008
I am curious: What was in the new version of the "bailout" that caused members of the House of Representatives to change their vote practically overnight? I think American taxpayers are owed an explanation by their representatives, especially those who voted NO then retreated and voted YES. I am sure they will claim that they did not understand the implication of voting NO. That's not good enough. And when the next bailout rolls around they will claim they voted NO, leaving out the fact that they reversed their position and later voted YES. That's not good enough. I would also very much like to know what the limitation is on the salary of any CEO of any company seeking funds from the Treasury bailout. I have yet to see this information. Anyone?