Conservative Republicans and liberal Democrats in the House of Representatives have just killed the $700 billion bailout. This is not surprising, since representatives have said that they’ve received two types of calls from their constituents: “no” and “hell no.” On one hand, I’m happy that our leaders are listening to the American people rather than their party superiors or the rich and powerful. Ultimately, it’s the people who vote. On the other hand, this problem needs to be addressed somehow.
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