What's Missing in Geithner's Bank PlanBy
The main problem with the Obama Administration's "financial stability plan" announced on Feb. 10 is that it doesn't come clean to the American public about how the losses from the financial meltdown will be divvied up. In an effort to come up with a politically appealing plan, President Barack Obama and his team obscured the answer to the most important question: Who loses?
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