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Wall Street Tumbles More Than 700 Points In Bailout Backout

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UPDATE: 1:49pm Dow Plunges More Than 700 points.

Dow industrials fall more than 600 on fears bailout package vote will fail. Fox reporting more than a thousand to one voter emails,phone calls, and contacts to their Congress representatives against the bailout vote.

Republicans don’t want to vote for socialist government bill.

What caused this economic crisis? Investors Business Daily has six excellent articles on the causes starting in 1977 with Democrat President Jimmy Carter.

Written by smalltalkwitht

September 29, 2008 at 3:00 pm

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  1. Tired of Bankers having all the fun.

    Bailout! The Game the hilarious parody of the government bailout where when you lose, you win. In this role reversal of the classic board game debt is king.

    Bailout! The Game gives you an endless supply of T.A.R.P funds, laughs and fun.

    Be the bank, lose billions and get a bailout.

    Play as one of six banks: Bankruptcy O’ America, Worth Farless, No Cashvia, Liquidation Brothers, Greedy Investors of America, or Washed Up Mutual.

    Land on or pass over Frantic May and Frivolous Mac spaces and get slammed with bad debt.(MBS’s and CDO’s)

    Just as Monopoly was born out of the Great Depression, Bailout! The Game was born out The Great Recession.

    Winner of the Mr. Dad Seal of Approval.

    Creators of Bailout! The Game and Bailout! The Card Game
    Liberty Street Games


    December 30, 2009 at 11:08 am

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