World Financial Mess

by Cheryl
(Concord, North Carolina)

Regarding World Financial Mess: We here in America have been reading and hearing about the US and how the government is having to bail out our mortgage and finance industry. Wall Street is in rubble around our knees and people are hurting.

I have also been reading about what is happening in places like Iceland, France, England and the Netherlands. Their governments also are looking at bailing out their financial and mortgage industries.

It concerns me that the U.S. used to be a powerhouse and a beacon for everybody else and now the power is off and the light is very dim.

Are we, the U.S., to blame? And really how do we fix this? Can it be fixed and how long are families going to suffer?

The situation that the U.S. is in is very scary but when I think about this on a global level it becomes terrifying! I would vote for the financial buy in or financial buyout plan or whatever you want to call it, if it will help the world to get back on track without causing more people to lose their homes, jobs, cars and dignity. --Cheryl from Concord, North Carolina

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