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Lots of productivity here -- right.
And a trillion dollars and -- -- a Wall Street and they're not bothering to lend it -- then again guys.
Do we want to live in a country.
Where the government is forcing companies to lend.
Money to people they don't think we'll be able to pay them back I don't think so.
Our next guest has some great ideas on how to properly line -- the incentives for economic growth with the banks getting all this welfare including.
At the top 25 highest officers have to play it all.
Their personal real estate as collateral for these loans these welfare loans.
We're joined by -- -- and spot for our country's contract laws back in the Korean War thank you for joining us and thanks for.
Fighting for those countries contract lost.
Used -- matter well it it's great being here and thinking about the bailouts.
I thought there should be some way to make these people accountable.
For the money that the government is getting attention just -- -- handout.
Even just one of those things aren't that you know they.
OK so they say they screw up they admit -- sorry you know you say how I feel bad I have to lay -- all these employees.
You think paid millions upon millions of dollars when they were screwing up.
And they get their hit millions more when they leave the company you're saying hey you claim you eat you know give us back some of that money or if you don't have it.
Sell your home -- give us that money.
Well I don't what I say is.
The hearing now they got a cap the salaries of anybody who works for a company that gets money from the treasury.
At no more the CEO can get 400000.
No other officer in the company can get more than 200000.
Which is what a senator or congressman -- And no parks no stock options and no health care they to have this just -- some of the pain.
That mainstream America is feeling.
With the downturn in the market.
The argument I hear from my Wall Street Francis that there are already feeling the pain these guys have already -- -- quote basically and there are just at the destitute it -- that compared to where they were a year ago you're not buying that argument about as much as I buy that argument.
No now I'm not.
In order for them to feel pain they have to have a stake.
Mistake they have is their homes.
And we should take that away from them if they don't pay the loan back -- -- now if they pay the loan back.
They can get whatever salary they they they were denied during this period yes it could it crew and they can give it to him if they pay loan back.
The Clinton and -- they're going to pay the loan back.
They're real -- they will be solvent exactly.
It didn't you -- by Arnold so passionate about this that you.
You -- your own money to pay for this bat in the Washington -- inning that I regret a lot of money here.
There was a lot of money and we -- it not only in the post but in The Washington Times.
And we did get some traction with that.
As some of the congressman's.
Felt it was a good bad and actually the president.
Included part of it.
In the when he gave the money to GM.
Oh boy I wish -- -- actually not given any money to GM were brought up against a heartbreak going out to commercial here I -- just one match you've got a perspective and the time.
Did -- do -- sorry one more time guys.
I'm sorry what I was gonna ask you was simply this that if you look out over the country and give us some perspective that we gonna be okay in 510 years that's -- what I what I.
Say is I believe in America at a 100% -- assets item are invested in New York Stock Exchange stocks at this moment.
We will come out of that America will survive it will be stronger.
When we do and that's not going to take tool.
-- -- on -- -- no gain without a little pain but we've got some pain first.
-- absolutely got to a lot of pain already Arnold Burke thank you very much for joining us things -- going to go.
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