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Putting an end to the bailout culture in Washington

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By Congressman Bob Goodlatte

Late last year the Congress passed, without my support, the Financial Stabilization Package, which was supposed to stabilize the growing financial crisis currently facing our country.  In fact, this legislation represented one of the largest corporate bailouts in American history by taking 700 billion dollars of taxpayers’ hard-earned money and handing it over to the very companies that made the bad decisions which led us into this mess in the first place.  We literally rewarded those financial institutions who engaged in risky behavior to the tune of up to $8,000 for eve


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