Why is are so many saying that the bailout has been agreed upon?

Posted on April 22nd, 2011 by admin1 in GOP marketing company

When in fact, it hasn’t been. It’s not finalized and there are still many things to iron out. Many of the conservatives are voicing concerns and want to make certain that we, the taxpayers get a better deal than what’s presently being proposed.

Excerpts:

But there were fresh signs of trouble in the House Republican Caucus. A group of GOP lawmakers circulated an alternative designed to attract private capital back into the credit markets with less government intrusion.

Under the proposal, the government would provide insurance to companies that agree to buy frozen assets, rather than purchase them directly as envisioned under the administration’s plan. The firms would have to pay insurance premiums to the Treasury Department for the coverage.

"The taxpayers haven’t done anything wrong," said Rep Eric Cantor, R-Va., adding that rather than require them to bear the cost of the bailout, the alternative "pretty much puts the burden on Wall Street over time."

Rep. John A. Boehner, R-Ohio, the minority leader, was huddling with McCain on the rescue. Earlier, asked whether the GOP presidential nominee could corral restive Republicans to support the plan, Boehner said, "Who knows?"

And Rep. Spencer Bachus of Alabama, the only House Republican in the bargaining meeting, did not directly say he agreed with the other lawmakers who emerged describing an imminent deal.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080925/ap_on_bi_ge/financial_meltdown

The headline of this link is quite deceptive. They’re getting close to reaching an agreement, but there are still many things to be worked out.

The Republicans are the only ones voicing opposition to this plan… the American people are either very against it or think that they are powerless to do anything about it… there are also a few who, for some unknown reason, think that going $5 trillion in debt (according to current estimates of what this bill is actually going to cost us… do the research) is the only way to solve this crisis.

Things are getting bad for America:

China has told its banks to stop lending to America

http://www.reuters.com/article/marketsNews/idUSPEK16693720080925

Germany now says the USA will lose financial superiority..

http://www.reuters.com/article/newsOne/idUSTRE48O2L020080925

We all should be very interested in where this is all going…

13 Comments on “Why is are so many saying that the bailout has been agreed upon?”

  1. Why Don't People Like Me? 2

    As of right now only the Democrats are in agreement. Hold on to your wallets.References :

  2. Antiliber

    I agree … It is still up in the air as of yet References :

  3. 4E4A

    Wishful thinking! Actually, they don’t want it to look like their boy sat back and did nothing while McCain stepped up and took a presidential leadership stance.References :

  4. Funny G

    why are you allowed to spew your right wing hatred but block people who appose your point of view??

    The simple answer is they are close but who really cares? We will end up holding the bill anyway for the Bush buddy gang…..References :

  5. theoriginalnevaaflaw

    I don’t believe many people are actually watching the news. The latest reports are that GOP leaders are against the proposed bailout while some Democratic Senators are proposing another agreement with a payment plan.References :

  6. g

    if the dems agree… and Bush agrees (which rarely happens together)…

    they only need about 9 Republican votes in Senate (which on an issue this heated, with some Bush pull, they could probably get, as they already have McCain)… to get it passed…

    I don’t think they need all the votes…

    EDIT: hey, maybe the Republicans will fillabuster… HAHAHAHA… that would be great!References :

  7. libsticker

    As McCain said, it’s not done until it’s done and signed. Then we have a completed deal. The democrats are in dire need of this foreign policy debate, because they are not sure where their candidate stands on the issue of foreign policy. We republicans know how strong our candidate is on foreign policy experience therefore we are not in as dire need to find out.References :

  8. justagirl

    Well, your last sentence is the answer. The headline is deceptive. References :

  9. amazingkarma

    Because many on here are like frothing pitbulls so full of rage and hate against Bush or anything Republican that they see even a hint of a headline that they think they can use to attack Bush or McCain and they go forward without even thinking.

    The same reason so many of them are bashing the idea of a bailout without realizing that the evil, satanic, how-dare-"they"-be-successful rich people will still get screwed and the government stands to make a fortune.References :

  10. WannaHug?

    it’s not. just looking at franks n dodd, they don’t look too confident from day one

    hugs!References :

  11. slaol121

    The Republicans are the only ones voicing opposition to this plan… the American people are either very against it or think that they are powerless to do anything about it… there are also a few who, for some unknown reason, think that going $5 trillion in debt (according to current estimates of what this bill is actually going to cost us… do the research) is the only way to solve this crisis.

    Things are getting bad for America:

    China has told its banks to stop lending to America
    http://www.reuters.com/article/marketsNews/idUSPEK16693720080925

    Germany now says the USA will lose financial superiority..
    http://www.reuters.com/article/newsOne/idUSTRE48O2L020080925

    We all should be very interested in where this is all going…References : Concerned American…

  12. Truth B. Told Hot Hockey Mom

    Liberal news media outlets do not want the public to know how incompetent the Democrats are, nor do they want to give John McCain any credit for spearheading careful decisions. Yes, I noticed it as well.References :

  13. john j

    I don’t see how any deal can be made with the current plan and I think they are giving the false choice of neo-fascism or collapse. References :

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