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[OT] NPR radio programs Housing Crisis/Bailout Plan and Why...

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Old 10-05-2008, 07:21 AM
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Default [OT] NPR radio programs Housing Crisis/Bailout Plan and Why...



National Public Radio has now had two radio programs that have explained
what has/is happening concerning the economy....these are the best
explanations I have seen/heard.....here are links to the two programs in
mp3 format...

Housing Crisis
Program #335: Giant Pool of Money

[Only registered users see links. ]

Bailout Plan and Why
Program #365: How Bad Are Things

[Only registered users see links. ]

hope helps....have fun....sno

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It is not the government that is broke and not working....it is the
politicians not doing the jobs they were hired to do....

Replace the word government in your reading/writing/speaking vocabulary
with the word politicians...and you will see the world as it really is....

example: it is not the government that collects and spends taxes...it is
the politicians.....
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