Wednesday, November 12, 2008

I Guess Paulson Reads This Blog

``Illiquidity in this sector is raising the cost and reducing the availability of car loans, student loans and credit cards,'' Paulson said today in a speech at the Treasury in Washington. ``This is creating a heavy burden on the American people and reducing the number of jobs in our economy.''

Consumer credit will now be the focus of the remaining bullets in the TARP gun.

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