Great News From Harry Reid That Begs A Couple Of Question
Our illustrious Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has some good news for everybody,
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) said on Monday that the banking industry is “very close” to being stabilized and the nation’s economy is starting to rebound.
“We tend to talk about the negative. … Things are beginning to turn and I think the American people are going to feel that very soon,” Reid said during an appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” show.
So, if the economy is rebounding and the banking system is almost stabilized can we….
1) Cancel the stimulus?
2) Not give the banks any more of our money?
Why would we need a stimulus with a rebounding economy? Why do we need to pour hundreds of billions more into banks when the system is almost stabilized?
Aren’t relevant questions that Harry Reid should be asked?