Monday, December 21, 2009

The Bail-Out

As regular readers of this blog know I am a big supporter of President Obama. When he was elected he promised change in the government. I think on the economic bailout he needs to go for more change than what has happened so far. We all were told that the CEOs of all these companies that were getting money from us the taxpayers would not be able to walk away with big paydays and bonuses for basically running their companies into the ground, but lately there's been a lot of news about these same CEOs ending their year ends with some big payouts. What's happened? For two looks at this go and read some news from Mother Jones and another article from Rolling Stone.
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2 comments:

Bond said...

I do not know... he is disappointing me on this front...they are letting the foxes continue to guard the chicken coop

JohnH985 said...

I agree, I don't think I made it as clear as I wanted to in this post. I think President Obama is not pushing enough change through, don't fall back on the old support system that got us in this situation to being with.

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