Are you nothing more than a "stimulus slave" for Obama?

Wells Fargo & Co. San Francisco Calif. $25,000,000,000

State Street Corp. Boston Mass. $2,000,000,000

Bank of America Corp.1 Charlotte N.C. $15,000,000,000

JPMorgan Chase & Co. New York N.Y. $25,000,000,000

Citigroup Inc. New York N.Y. $25,000,000,000

Morgan Stanley New York N.Y. $10,000,000,000

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. New York N.Y. $10,000,000,000

Bank of New York Mellon Corp. New York N.Y. $3,000,000,000

Regions Financial Corp. Birmingham Ala. $3,500,000,000

UCBH Holdings Inc. San Francisco Calif. $298,737,000

Bank of Commerce Holdings Redding Calif. $17,000,000

Broadway Financial Corp. Los Angeles Calif. $9,000,000

SunTrust Banks Inc. Atlanta Ga. $3,500,000,000

Northern Trust Corp. Chicago Ill. $1,576,000,000

Provident Bancshares Corp. Baltimore Md. $151,500,000

U.S. Bancorp Minneapolis Minn. $6,599,000,000

TCF Financial Corp. Wayzata Minn. $361,172,000

BB&T Corp. Winston-Salem N.C. $3,133,640,000

1st FS Corp. Hendersonville N.C. $16,369,000

Valley National Bancorp Wayne N.J. $300,000,000

KeyCorp Cleveland Ohio $2,500,000,000

Huntington Bancshares Columbus Ohio $1,398,071,000

Umpqua Holdings Corp. Portland Ore. $214,181,000

First Horizon National Corp. Memphis Tenn. $866,540,000

Comerica Inc. Dallas Texas $2,250,000,000

Zions Bancorporation Salt Lake City Utah $1,400,000,000

Capital One Financial Corp. McLean Va. $3,555,199,000

Washington Federal Inc. Seattle Wash. $200,000,000

Marshall & Ilsley Corp. Milwaukee Wis. $1,715,000,000

City National Corporation Beverly Hills Calif. $400,000,000

Pacific Capital Bancorp Santa Barbara Calif. $180,634,000

Heritage Commerce Corp. San Jose Calif. $40,000,000

First PacTrust Bancorp, Inc. Chula Vista Calif. $19,300,000

Nara Bancorp, Inc. Los Angeles Calif. $67,000,000

Webster Financial Corporation Waterbury Conn. $400,000,000

Centerstate Banks of Florida Inc. Davenport Fla. $27,875,000

Ameris Bancorp Moultrie Ga. $52,000,000

Taylor Capital Group Rosemont Ill. $104,823,000

Porter Bancorp Inc. Louisville Ky. $35,000,000

Boston Private Financial Holdings, Inc. Boston Mass. $154,000,000

Severn Bancorp, Inc. Annapolis Md. $23,393,000

Trustmark Corporation Jackson Miss. $215,000,000

First Niagara Financial Group Lockport N.Y. $184,011,000

Western Alliance Bancorporation Las Vegas Nev. $140,000,000

First Community Corporation Lexington S.C. $11,350,000

HF Financial Corp. Sioux Falls S.D. $25,000,000

First Community Bankshares Inc. Bluefield Va. $41,500,000

Banner Corporation Walla Walla Wash. $124,000,000

Cascade Financial Corporation Everett Wash. $38,970,000

Columbia Banking System, Inc. Tacoma Wash. $76,898,000

Heritage Financial Corporation Olympia Wash. $24,000,000

Associated Banc-Corp Green Bay Wis. $525,000,000

Superior Bancorp Inc. Birmingham Ala. $69,000,000

Manhattan Bancorp El Segundo Calif. $1,700,000

East West Bancorp Pasadena Calif. $306,546,000

Cathay General Bancorp Los Angeles Calif. $258,000,000

CVB Financial Corp Ontario Calif. $130,000,000

Bank of Marin Bancorp Novato Calif. $28,000,000

Oak Valley Bancorp Oakdale Calif. $13,500,000

Coastal Banking Company, Inc. Fernandina Beach Fla. $9,950,000

TIB Financial Corp Naples Fla. $37,000,000

FPB Bancorp, Inc. Port St. Lucie Fla. $5,800,000

United Community Banks, Inc. Blairsville Ga. $180,000,000

MB Financial Inc. Chicago Ill. $196,000,000

First Midwest Bancorp, Inc. Itasca Ill. $193,000,000

Old National Bancorp Evansville Ind. $100,000,000

Blue Valley Ban Corp Overland Park Kan. $21,750,000

Iberiabank Corporation Lafayette La. $90,000,000

Central Bancorp, Inc. Somerville Mass. $10,000,000

Eagle Bancorp, Inc. Bethesda Md. $38,235,000

Sandy Spring Bancorp, Inc. Olney Md. $83,094,000

Old Line Bancshares, Inc. Bowie Md. $7,000,000

Great Southern Bancorp Springfield Mo. $58,000,000

Southern Missouri Bancorp, Inc. Poplar Bluff Mo. $9,550,000

Southern Community Financial Corp. Winston-Salem N.C. $42,750,000

Bank of North Carolina Thomasville N.C. $31,260,000

Unity Bancorp, Inc. Clinton N.J. $20,649,000

State Bancorp, Inc. Jericho N.Y. $36,842,000

First Defiance Financial Corp. Defiance Ohio $37,000,000

Central Federal Corporation Fairlawn Ohio $7,225,000

Southwest Bancorp, Inc. Stillwater Okla. $70,000,000

Popular, Inc. San Juan Puerto Rico $935,000,000

South Financial Group, Inc. Greenville S.C. $347,000,000

First Financial Holdings Inc. Charleston S.C. $65,000,000

Wesbanco Bank Inc. Wheeling W.Va. $75,000,000

Update:

What did you get?

Obama allowed you to keep $12 more of your weekly pay.

Update 2:

Bush couldnt pass the bank bailout without the support of congress since they control the purse-strings.

Who controlled congress? Democrats

Update 3:

Sorry Brain, Yahoo will only allow so many words..this is only about half the list.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    You left off GM and Chrysler and many of the banks you listed were forced to take money so as to keep a secret which ones were really in trouble and many of them have paid back the tarp money as well.

    The question for you is: Are you equally upset over the amount given to Freddie and Fannie which allow them to continue to buy bad loans? You do know that each of their CEOs recieved bonuses right? You do not that Christmas Eve the Dems voted to increase the dept of each 40 billion more right? You do know that each has recieved 120 billion so far right?

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  • 1 decade ago

    Well what do you expect from a corporate fascist? Honestly.

    Lol, oh he might have let us all get an extra $12 in our weekly pay, but that wasn't for keeps, it was more like a temporary useless loan.

    The majority of people who got that money back in their checks will now have had too little taken out of their taxes and will end up owing all that money back. Unfortunately it has to be paid all at once though, not in minuscule little payments that barely make a dent in your budgets. So I hope people aren't counting on tax refunds to supplement their unemployment or help carry them through once UI runs out and they find another job.

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  • eagan
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    3 years ago

    Wow, isn't this staggering. in spite of if planned or no longer, right here we are struggling with over what might desire to be a minor subject whilst the premiere subject is the biggest spending invoice in historic previous in simple terms handed. we are frightened a pair of caricature whilst our financial equipment remains sucking wind. The politicians in simple terms love this as they are able to proceed to do what they want whilst we are distracted.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I was gonna say, "Yeah but look what Bush did", then I realized that Obama just took up where Bush left off.

    Peas in the corporate pod.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    If you're asking would I have these flailing companies failing, the answer is an unfailing, "yes."

    @Sure wish I knew how you got that long list accepted under your question.

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  • 1 decade ago

    No, but most "Americans" are. @ the first answerer, Bush is a virtually a democrat...

    It seems to me like the republican party is becoming less and less conservative by the day.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    All of us are,as are our children and grandchildren.The Debt Comrade 0bama is creating with all his wasteful spending will take generations to pay off,if it even can be paid off,which I doubt.

    RWE

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The USA is not a country, it is a corporation designed to keep the rich rich and to kill those who object.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Don't forget Bush's bank bailout when you place the blame soley on Democrats, ok

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Don't try and simplify this stuff or override reason with some emotional statistics and loaded words.

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