Monday, September 22, 2008

Secretary Paulson's enabling act (2)

G7 statement

Krugman slams the bailout plan

Interfluidity calls the plan "breathtakingly awful"

Willem Buiter says everything turns on the details of the plan -- and the details are awful

SCOTUS Blog says without the prohibition against judicial review, the plan would likely be unconstitutional

George Bush is urging Congress to pass the enabling act without asking questions

The Democrats are playing populist - going after executive compensation!

Paulson thinks his plan's so good that other countries will follow; so does Bloomberg

Bloomberg on the consequences for the dollar

Calculated Risk on what Congress should ask of Paulson

American Prospect describes "Paulson's Folly"

Alea supports a bailout, but doesn't think it'll help

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