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Transparency is a great idea, but in terms of an explanation, one thing to understand is that the bailout(s) is/are designed partly to support jobs and also to put more money into the economy. If banks have more capital, they're more likely to make loans to businesses and individuals, so when their capital is depressed to the extent it's become, the only way to get the economy moving again is to throw money at the problem, and that's what the bailout's about. One of the manifestations of the shortage of money to lend is that even people with great credit are having trouble getting home loans. The government is doing three things that should make this problem less severe: 1) lowering interest rates, so more people will want to and be able to afford to borrow; 2) lowering reserve requirements so banks can loan a greater portion of the deposits on hand; and, 3) putting capital in banks (buying stock, etc.), so that there's still more money to lend. I don't care for Bush or his team, but this is an area where -- at least initially -- it looks like they're doing a lot of the right stuff.
I agree with your points wholeheartedly. We need more transparency in the government spending of all of our tax dollars particularly for these bailouts. To date, nobody knows how and how much the $700 billion have been spent so far. M. Bloomberg, Madison City Mayor had to sue the federal government to reveal the spending of the bailout money. So far, he or anyone else got any answers. Another Bush's executive previlidge? Only thing we, as a citizen can do is to contact and request the tranparency of the bailout spendings through our state senator or our district congressman/congresswoman.
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