“Everybody” And The Bailout Bill

by John Hawkins | October 3, 2008 9:30 am

There’s supposed to be another bailout vote today in the House. If it goes through, there are a few things I want you to remember….

#1) “Everybody” didn’t agree that we needed to do a bailout at all.

#2) “Everybody” didn’t say, “We have to do something,” immediately.

#3) “Everybody” didn’t agree that the plan would work.

#4) There were better alternatives that weren’t considered.

#5) There were plenty of people saying, “Slow down, craft a better bill that protects the taxpayers.”

Here’s what I’d recommend to Republicans: represent your constituents, not a President trying to protect his legacy or Wall Streeters looking for a handout.

This is not a good bill and you know it.

If this bill goes through, it’s going to inspire lots more people to ask for handouts and you know it.

Conservatives oppose this bill and you know it.

Do the right thing; vote it down.

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