Make Up Your Mind

So the Senate finally acted responsibly and killed the auto bail out plan, yet it is clear the administration and those who support the nationalization of countless entities will try again. This time the might be even willing to use TARP. Wait wasn't that a mortgage and financial bailout plan? Boy these guys are desperate, but that's what happens when the Nation's economy is in a free fall.

I don't think any of these moves will help stabilize the economy, nor do I think it will shield the administration and those who are supporting the auto plan in the Congress from the following criticism: Why are you pumping money into a failed business model? Why has this money not been given to those who have been trying to create alternative powered vehicles for the last decade?

Keep in mind they have no answer.

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