Everyone is talking about bail-outs. Suddenly the world has become a friendly and reassuring place to live in. $700 billion, $300 billion, $25 billion (stingy Germans): governments worldwide are dishing out all they can to heal the world and make it a better place. To cut costs and rise to the occasion, banks worldwide are firing the junior-most staff and receptionists, the people most responsible for the financial crisis. Governments worldwide are asking citizens to spend, spend and spend so that we can extend the benefits of social security to all our bankers, no matter how wealthy they are. The Federal Reserve, desperate to do anything to rescue our species from extinction, has asked whether it can assign 5th January also as Christmas day in addition to 26th December to boost spending and Obama has given them the go ahead by saying “Yes, we can”.
But more needs to be done. After all, the last Spartan of the banking industry, Hank Paulson himself, has lost his job as well (Obama has replaced him with Tim Geithner).The situation is so grim. Some say it’s the worst recession over the last 80 years, some say the worst since the dinosaurs were wiped out during KT extinction period. But where are our NGOs? They cried when they saw pictures of starving children from
No, Bono can’t save the world. So it’s left to ordinary people like you and me. Don’t ask what the banker can do for you; ask what you can do for the banker. Your neighborhood bank needs you. Sites such as buymyshitpile.com are already helping individuals to sell their bad assets such as “Hanson CD” and Shiny leather jackets to the government. Do something; Michael Jackson, show us the way.
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And if we can something like the “No Child Left Behind” act; why can’t the