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Do you support the U.S. government bailing out financial institutions?
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Joann Jensen, 3/17/2023 12:18 PM
No because they are only bailing out their "friends" the banks that contribute to the Left. They are doing their best to have all banks belong to the Government..So We must be aware and active
Jan Burch, 3/17/2023 2:17 PM
I have mixed emotions about bailing out financial institutions again. Why have FDIC Insurance with a limit of $250,000 if we will always bail out the banks with whatever it takes. Banks have no incentive to avoid high-risk investments when they know that the government will always be there to bail them out if they make unwise investments. We bailed out banks that made risky investments just 14 years ago, and now we are doing it again. if there's no penalty for such risky behavior, we'll be right back here again in another 14 years or so.
Mary Ann K. Smith, 3/17/2023 2:44 PM
Since deposits are insured by FDIC to $250,000, I do not support bail out as depositors should be held to monitor their accounts and make deposits at other banks to be covered by the FDIC limit. Otherwise, banks AND depositors have no motivation to do what is in their best interest and protect their own funds.
Peggy (Margaret), 3/20/2023 9:24 AM
The law should be followed: pay depositors up to $250,000 cash deposits in banks. Otherwise, banks are not being responsible for their actions.
Deposits over $250,000 should not be bailed out by govt. Instead, depositors over $250,000 should be given loans by the govt to provide liquidity. The loans must be paid back to the govt.
Dr Constance Jones, 3/26/2023 6:08 PM
Dr Constance Jones - NFRW Capitol Regent - the governmental structure bailing out our financial institutions governs an imbalance within internal monetary happenings - the financial institutions have internal mechanisms to analyze & forecast present to somewhat future economic happenings - given that the financial institutions should hold a near "fail safe" method/s to economic somewhat downtrend happenings, it is a given that the economic happenings remain such w/i internal control -ie economic losses were projected as a failing bank system during 2008 $ disaster - in essence, one critical causation was the over-extension of banking mortgages thru out USA business dealings...
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