This is from Politico, which is no left-leaning union newsletter. It is a conservative mouthpiece.
Consider this source very, very carefully, and the horror this portends.
According to one GOP lawmaker, some House Republicans are saying privately that they’d rather “let the markets crash” than sign on to a massive bailout.
“For the sake of the altar of the free market system, do you accept a Great Depression?” the member asked.
I have my feelings about the crisis, the negotiations, the package, the pricetag, the process, the players, the outcome and the consequences to the executives. All of these things aside – and I am not arguing in favor of the bail out – why are these employees of the taxpayers allowed within 100 yards of the Halls of Congress?
How do they show their faces in public without cream pies sailing through the air?