The bailout of Wall Street’s largest players by the federal government is another example of the Bush administration pursuing a corporate agenda at the expense of average Americans, a prominent author argued on Friday.
In a Friday night interview on HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher, Naomi Klein said President Bush’s $700 billion proposal to rescue the financial sector stems from a profiteering streak that has dominated the last eight years.
"The disaster is far from over," Klein said. "The disaster was on Wall Street and they have moved the disaster to Main Street."
This cannot continue without bankrupting the US.