The logic here is great for making an argument, but not for taking action.

The logic here is great for making an argument, but not for taking action.

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  1. Yes but they had to work hard [I’m playin the world’s smallest violin for them here] to lobby for that bailout money– somebody, guess who? selected them as recipients, and NONE of which ever got to any legitimate tax payer, much less the people who needed it. But hey, that was numbers in a computer, there was never any real money there… So in defiance of logic, I must ask: If they can just ‘print’ money, why do they need ours?

  2. Yes but they had to work hard [I’m playin the world’s smallest violin for them here] to lobby for that bailout money– somebody, guess who? selected them as recipients, and NONE of which ever got to any legitimate tax payer, much less the people who needed it. But hey, that was numbers in a computer, there was never any real money there… So in defiance of logic, I must ask: If they can just ‘print’ money, why do they need ours?

  3. Yes but they had to work hard [I’m playin the world’s smallest violin for them here] to lobby for that bailout money– somebody, guess who? selected them as recipients, and NONE of which ever got to any legitimate tax payer, much less the people who needed it. But hey, that was numbers in a computer, there was never any real money there… So in defiance of logic, I must ask: If they can just ‘print’ money, why do they need ours?

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