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May 14, 2012

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Adriana

If they hadn't passed the bail out there would have been a coptleme economic end that would have been 10 greater then the fantastic depression. There would have been a coptleme run on the banks which would have had to close it's doors. Blind panic would then issue with a run on supermarkets food and gas stations for gasoline. Riots and anarchy would have broken out and then the world nation would have followed. They had NO option.

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