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Barney Frank again....... GIVES a FAT CAT BANKER ..... Bail Out....

 
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Barney Frank again....... GIVES a FAT CAT BANKER ..... Bail Out....
Yep.... Follow the money..... the Tarp Funds.... had a SPECIAL write in BAIL OUT... for one of his banks.... who

The BANK owns Porches and a BEACH House.... WOW.... Barney Frank.... Nancy Pelose ALL need to be IMPEACHEed.

Nancy Pelosi, Barney Frank, and Democrats are Clueless on Freddie Mac Fannie Mae and the financial credit crisis.

This Financial Crisis is on the SOULS of the Democrat Party.... they have LIED TO YOU... over and over again.

Just Listen to Pelose and Frank and all the Democrats... tell Lie after Lie after lie...


Thread: Impeach Pelosi, Barney Frank and Chris Dobb NOW......

They must think we are ALL truly asleep and stupid.

This proves.. they know... DEMOCRATS in general do not pay attention... and are asleep and not minding the store.
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Re: Barney Frank again....... GIVES a FAT CAT BANKER ..... Bail Out....
Did Barney Frank Help Push Bailout Cash to Home-State Bank?
January 22,

Fascinating story in today's Wall Street Journal exploring the potential political factors behind the government's decisions as to which banks should receive bailout cash:

The Treasury had said it would give money only to healthy banks, to jump-start lending. But OneUnited had seen most of its capital evaporate. Moreover, it was under attack from its regulators for allegations of poor lending practices and executive-pay abuses, including owning a Porsche for its executives' use.

Nonetheless, in December OneUnited got a $12 million injection from the Treasury's Troubled Asset Relief Program, or TARP. One apparent factor: the intercession of Rep. Barney Frank, the powerful head of the House Financial Services Committee.





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