Comments:Stock markets worldwide continue to fall
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Guys! The first $1.5 trillion we've sunk into it didn't do anything! Quick! Let's get another trillion. That oughta fix this oncoming Depression. Remember, it's the government's duty, Capitalism failed, hoo-ray for the government! Fephisto (talk) 22:29, 7 October 2008 (UTC)
- Well, if capitalism has failed, there is no reason not to print more money and pump it in to see what happens. However, IMO, this is just a "squeeze" to see who will "pop". There will be more casualties, but really things are not so bad. Human history has produced many "bubbles" before and they are messy when they burst. So, don't go to the bank and take out all your money and stuff it in your mattress. The only thing that will do is make your money worth less, since governments seem intent on printing more so the banks will stay afloat. --SVTCobra 23:23, 7 October 2008 (UTC)