The word has been used as an excuse to cover-up for the mess somebody else made. The economy is in shambles and people are losing jobs along with their houses for good measure. It makes for one hell of a life, working your butt off then having to lose everything just because somebody made a mistake up the tanks or made of with millions of other people’s money. The practice is becoming too much of a pampering technique encouraging others to follow suit in their predecessor’s footsteps. Government’s use this to describe the release of your taxpayer money for people other that you.
Criticized and despised by economists, they say it is the last ditch effort to alleviate suffering of the people who by the way have to pay up sometime in the future along with everybody else. Promises made, promises broken along with the millions of lives that have lost homes, jobs and everything. Where is the dignity in this earth, why do we have to pay for the crimes greedy people do. One guy was found to have scammed millions out of people and yet manages to give out luxury watches and other extremely expensive gifts. Where’s justice in that? The effects of the decaying economic conditions spurred on by unregulated or should we say ill-regulated industries that boom the go crash. Haven’t we learned anything form the DotCom fall, haven’t we learned from the mistakes of days past.

“What’s being put around behind the scenes is that we’re looking at 1930s stuff. We’re looking at catastrophe, huge, amazing catastrophe. Everybody is extraordinarily scared. It’s going to be really, really nasty.”

May it be necessity or last ditch, bailout isn’t the answer but a thorn in the side that sooner or later, you’ll have to deal with. Greed gets some to benefit yet most to suffer as we are now.