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I'm in high school and our teacher has been educating us about the gilded Age period in The United States. He got into one of his ''discussions'' about the current economy. He told us the government are playing us like idiots, we're to arrogant and stupid in their eyes and can't learn what is happening.( Now I did form my own opinion on his statement)He got to speaking about the bailouts of all the big companies, and how the government won't let the businesses fail and leave room for new companies. Well my question is, where did the billions of dollars go to that was given to Gm? or any other of the big businesses? Why don't the american people do anything about this injustice? Why is their so much corruption? -Please don't leave and hurtful comments, and be serious with your answers.
What most people do not understand is the government did not "give" money to any business. I don't know how familiar you are with stocks and stock options, but what the government basically did was buy stock options and assets from the banks and corporations. As the other poster pointed out, most of the TARP (Troubled Asset Relief Program) funds were repaid in the form of the companies buying back the stocks and assets. The government actually ended up making money In my personal opinion I would have preferred, if the government believed it was absolutely essential, that government actually loan the money instead. In my view the government entered into a business relationship, with private companies, which is a dangerous precedent Another thing that bothered me, was the Fed (Federal Reserve-central bank) and Treasury Dept, were given the TARP money to administrate as they saw fit, with very little oversight by Congress. Considering Treasury Secretary Geithner is former Chairman of the pennsylvania Fed, it just seemed like something that should have set up differently.
Your teacher is an idiot. The government got most of its money back, and saved GM, Chrysler, and hundreds of automotive suppliers in the process.