Get Something Done For Financial Bailout

by Michelle
(Salem, OR, USA)

Regarding Get Something Done For Financial Bailout: This week when I watched the news about the financial bailout, I saw the scared faces. It's time to do something about the economy. I work for a bank, and I hear it from the customers. They are afraid of losing everything and all I can do is act calm.



I've heard the denial that we are not in a recession. Of course we aren't. We're in a depression! I don't want to scare everybody but we do need to face the facts so we can take solve the problem.

I've also seen too many people, including myself, not taking responsibility for their finances. I'm quite ashamed that I haven't paid attention to them and I should know better.

For now, Congress needs to act and soon. The eleventh hour is upon us and many are already suffering. Now is a golden opportunity for the leaders of our country to prove their worth. Now is the time to act on the behalf of every person in the nation to send aid to our failing economy.

If the financial bailout is approved, we can all look forward to a bright future. We will be able look back and reflect on the mistakes, so that they will not happen again.

Michelle from Salem



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