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Who is to blame for America's financial mess?

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Asked by Iqbal Seth, 31 Oct '11 05:19 pm
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Americans with George Bush in particular who printed more of Plastic Dollar than the actual Gold Reserve in their custody.

This was recognized by Saddam Hussein hence the Rulr was terminated.
Answered by Arun Kumar Verma, 31 Oct '11 05:23 pm

 
  
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The 99 Percent protesters who are occupying the Wall Street and many other strategic locations all around New York City and many others in America blame the big business for the recession and unemployment in the United States.

They believe that it is the fault of the big business that they do not have a job.

On the contrary, some business people believe that it is the fault of the people that they do not have a job.

A successful businessman, currently the Republican frontrunner for presidency, Herman Caine, addressing on the 99 Percent protesters' demonstrations and occupations said, 'If you do not have a job or are not rich don't blame the Wall Street, blame yourself.'

In other words, the blame for unemployment and poverty should go to the people -- the 99 Percent of American population -- including those who are themselves unemployed and poor.

The obvious question is: Is the recession and high unemployment in America really the fault of the 99 Percent Americans?
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Answered by angel, 31 Oct '11 05:23 pm

 
  
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Greedy ones like Madoff advised by some smart Asian whizkids like rajratnam and rajat gupta.
Answered by GAUTAM MOOKERJEE, 01 Nov '11 06:56 am

 
  
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G Bush
Answered by klm, 31 Oct '11 07:11 pm

 
  
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None other than George Bush, to give job and earn money through military equipment, started from Afghanistan. and this is the curse of the people who are day and night meeting with death
Answered by jameel ahmed, 31 Oct '11 06:57 pm

 
  
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American's themselves are responsible for it
Answered by vikram bawa, 31 Oct '11 05:58 pm

 
  
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Americans themselves,,,, spend now earn later
Answered by dhanendra kumar jain, 31 Oct '11 05:45 pm

 
  
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Greedy corporation, vote hungry politicians, and illiterate(about finances) public.
Answered by Roop, 31 Oct '11 05:22 pm

 
  
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G w bush
Answered by simon waaras, 31 Oct '11 05:19 pm

 
  
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The Democrats will obviously blame the Bush administration for everything that has gone wrong. They conveniently ignore the fact that Liberal Democrats were in charge of Congress while this mess was collecting in Americas financial toilet. The Republicans, bless their hearts, continue to be totally confused by just about everything. Lets face it. Neither the Democrats nor the Republicans have enough intellectual depth to even know what questions they should be asking. Even if they had the will. And do you really think anyone in the Washington establishment will take any responsibility for this massive failure of the Federal regulatory system?

Every American should demand an answer to this one question: Did the Federal bureaucracy fail because it did not have the authority (which infers Congressional legislative failure), or did it refuse to pursue its responsibility (which may infer massive corruption)? Either way, the Federal Government has effectively transformed $$ trillions o ...more
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Answered by anil garg, 13 Nov '11 04:37 pm

 
  
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