One of the things that isn't very well explained about the bailouts that happened in 2007-09 was that those on the receiving end were often forced to take the money, regardless of their desire to do so. Its often pretty close to impossible to deny the Government when you rely on them for regulatory approval to operate in your industry.
As AIG weighs whether or not to join a lawsuit against the government that saved it from collapse, U.S. lawmakers are speaking out against it. Who do you think is in the right?
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