President Paulson didn't ask for oversight on our 700 billion dollar bail out of Wall Street because it would have presumptuous of him, but asking for the money in like a day with virtually no debate is supposed to be normal?
Paulsen: We gave you a simple, three-page legislative outline and I thought it would have been presumptuous for us on that outline to come up with an oversight mechanism. That's the role of Congress, that's something we're going to work on together. So if any of you felt that I didn't believe that we needed oversight: I believe we need oversight. We need oversight.
Sure, we believe you.
This week, the Bush administration is attempting to steal $700 billion and give it to Wall Street. Will they succeed?