Opposition to Proposed Homeowner Bailout Growing Plenty of Americans have long argued that the housing bubble was just that — a bubble. They prided themselves on their wisdom for not buying in to overpriced houses. Now that Congress is considering bailing out overstretched homeowners, they're mad. They say the Federal Reserve should back off and let the market work.
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Opposition to Proposed Homeowner Bailout Growing

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Opposition to Proposed Homeowner Bailout Growing

Opposition to Proposed Homeowner Bailout Growing

Opposition to Proposed Homeowner Bailout Growing

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Plenty of Americans have long argued that the housing bubble was just that — a bubble. These people prided themselves on their wisdom for not buying in to overpriced houses. But now that Congress is considering bailing out overstretched homeowners, they're mad. They say the Federal Reserve should back off and let the market work.