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Screwed or Saved Bailout-wise?

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Screwed or Saved Bailout-wise?

    

The Dems are offering some lip-service, saying they won't pass any blank check legislation, but they've been known to routinely pass whatever Bush puts in front of them. Now, some Republicans are showing some spine on this bailout too.

There are some definite, reliable members of congress, like Bernie Sanders and Dennis Kucinich, but who knows about the rest of them. 

What do you think will happen?

A Bipartisan Congress will screw the taxpayers
The Democrat led congress will screw the Taxpayers
Democrats will force revisions in the bailout that make it acceptable
Republicans, will force changes in the Bailout, since Dems didn't
A Bipartisan congress will fix the bailout so it works for taxpayers

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