Relief for troubled assets! Just in Time!
From big Wall Street houses to small community banks, executives have expressed an interest in signing up for the bailout. wsj
Let's make that the Troubled Asset Relief Program, or TARP. So many of God's assets are troubled. So little time.
One odd thing: The WSJ headline is*:
The general public has bristled at the notion of risking $700 billion in taxpayer funds to address mistakes on Wall Street, and many constituents have urged their elected officials to vote against the plan. nyt
Crisis Hits Europe's Banks But the story doesn't mention European banks a single time.
As U.S. Seals Bailout Deal
Guess we're all a little woozy.
[*The story was later reduced to "U.S. Seals Bailout Deal" - "seals" still sounds bit ominous]
As Obama noted after the debate, McCain didn't mention the middle class. Nor do these stories. Perhaps McCain is actually speaking the mainstream argot, and Obama, not.