Bailout (financial plan)
- (verb) a prudent and necessary act which governments take to save innocent corporations that somehow fell victim to over regulation
- (noun) a special type of stock that tax payers (or their children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, etc.) can purchase to get the feel of what it's like to be a stock broker
What Causes A BailoutEdit
Who Calls For A BailoutEdit
Hard working salt of the earth capitalists who's stock brokers has told them they're about to loose everything.
How Bailouts WorkEdit
Real Americans don't ask that.
How Do You Know When The Bailout Is Finished?Edit
When the Republican party says so.
How Much Do Bailouts Cost?Edit
Nothing. You get a tax cut, and the $700,000,000,000 is borrowed from China.
Which Industries Have Asked For BailoutsEdit
- auto makers
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