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How can we trust government to fix the economic problems they created?

Freddie Mac, Fanny Mae, and the Federal Reserve are all creatures of government. Change now. Dont ever trust the government. I feel sorry for you man.

Asked By: William F - 11/30/2008
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It's really a question of responsibility... More
Answered By: Earth: The Connected Home - 11/30/2008
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We can't that is the problem.
Answered By: Princess K - 11/30/2008
 
No because they are the problem.
Answered By: dumdum - 11/30/2008
 
We can't. Bush=Obama=big government bureaucrats
Answered By: Willis Jeffords - 11/30/2008
 
i really am to the point believing that this country will have a hard time to bounce back. if we keep on rewarding this corporation from their own mistakes , what will stop them from coming back and asking for more?
Answered By: 12KJ - 11/30/2008
 
So far they are just pouring money hand over fist into the same broken system. It doesn't sound too promising to me at this point.
Answered By: BekindtoAnimals22 - 11/30/2008
 
That's just it we can't. Trusting the government to fix what they broke is like telling the lion to have mercy on the lamb he is devouring.
Answered By: Uh Huh! - 11/30/2008
 
The Bureaucracy is expanding to meet the needs of the expanding bureaucracy... More
Answered By: MJR - 11/30/2008
 
I think at this point the government is close to being a creature of the Fed... More
Answered By: DAR - 11/30/2008
 
Lack of government regulation created the problem. If you can't trust your own government, who can you trust. Think of the government as your parents. How dysfunctional is a family when the children don't trust their parents.
Answered By: Change Now - 11/30/2008
 
Never Trust Government to fix the problem they created. The House problem was created by the reinvestment act.Signed by Carter and expanded by Clintons.
Answered By: phillipk_1959 - 11/30/2008
 
My Friends I could offer one solution. As u cast votes U must ask ur power to call your votes, and see all the mischief could be solved ? Any suggestion how to call your votes may be another problem?
Answered By: CA,S K somani - 11/30/2008
 
You're a very uneducated person if you consider fannie mae a creature of the government. First off the government hasn't gotten us into this economic problem, but they are doing what they can to try to help the US companies out which will in turn boost the economy. People like you make me want to support abortion.
Answered By: Matao D - 11/30/2008
 
Who trusts the government? They should be beaten with a stick. Are there seriously people out there that are that dumb? I hope not, I have to share this planet with them....
Answered By: flercemel0n - 11/30/2008
 
Of course we cannot trust the fox to repair the hole in the hen house... More
Answered By: Ruby - 11/30/2008
 
Most people don't understand how central banks cause the bubble / crash cycle. The government tells them that the problem is the making of the free market and that more government is the answer. Economics is not part of the high school curriculum and these are not simplistic matters, so most people are simply... More
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Answered By: Randall E - 11/30/2008
 
One cannot expect government to "fix" economic problems when "government" is the people. Together, "people" can address their own economic situation, and do whatever is necessary to "fix" that situation... More
Answered By: Baby Poots - 11/30/2008
 
We can't. Congress is filled with politicians who have conflicts of interest. Many many folks in Congress came from the business world. Many of them served as CEO's and served on corporate boards. They are there to protect the status quo. They are there to promote corporate interests, not the interests of the people... More
Answered By: cannonball - 12/1/2008
 
Many in the government are clueless about the economy. They are afraid, and have decided to abandon their responsibility and instead allow bankers to run the country. So if the question were "can we trust the bankers to 'fix' the economy", the answer is no. They intend to destroy the economy through inflation and... More
Answered By: wnc817 - 12/1/2008
 
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