Subscribers toASI’s E-Newsletter may have noticed the addition of a weekly survey to the news features section. Here we present the results of the June 23 survey.
government speed its exit from the Troubled Asset Relief Program
U.S. government should have limited involvement (if any) in the private sector.”
needs to be completed when the banking system is healthy again. There are some
signs of improvement, but not all of the banks are healthy, and toxic assets have
yet to be completely cleared from the books.”
was a terrible idea to begin with. `Troubled’ companies should have been
allowed to fail! The U.S.
government should stick to making and enforcing laws/policies and keep its nose
out of corporate America!”
is such a no-brainer that I wonder why anyone with any knowledge of history
would think otherwise. Bureaucratic involvement in any enterprise will
inevitably screw it up.”
government is slowing recovery and wasting resources.”
have committed to (TARP) now. Why would we pull out before some recovery is