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I've received a lot of questions from CNN, iReporter, so went to our website, they wanna ask you question directly. This one was from Guy Watson in Albuquerque.

 

My question is why have you chosen to give our tax money to the banks, without holding them responsible or forcing them to lower their rates for startups and to facilitate refinancing of, foreclosing(应该是发错了,按语法应该是foreclosed) homes.

 

You hear that a lot. I do. And I think it's important to understand, first of all that the so-called bank bailout started before we came in. I actually think it was the right thing to do in a crisis we had to make sure that you didn't have a complete meltdown, which would have been even worse. And I've said in the past I supported President Bush's decision to move forward on that. Once we got them in a place where they were not longer in crisis, the problem was things were put together so quickly last year that there weren’t as many strings attached as we have liked, and so what we've tried to is to create some structures after the effect, that would impose more accountability, more discipline. You known the most obvious example would be the rules on executive pay. But it's always hard to do, particularly when a lot of these banks now get well and then just pay the money back and so we now not longer have leverage. This is why I think it's so important moving forward to make sure that we got a financial regulatory framework that protects consumers, make sure that they are not getting gouged, make sure that there is a lot of clarity in terms of mortgages they are getting. In the meantime, just on an emergency basis, we are tying to do everything we can to poke, prod, incentivize banks to help responsible homeowners who through no fault of their own are finding very tough for them to pay for their mortgage, to make sure that businesses are getting loans. We've massively expanded small businesses lending through the SBA. Those are all steps we've taken, but look, I understand people's frustrations. I mean the American people have gone through a very tough year, and you know, my job as president is to help navigate through this tough year. And you know people who don't have a job right now, people who have lost their home, you know, I've been mad too, and they expect me to do something about it. And you know, my job is to within the institutional constraints that I have and the resources constraints that we have because we also inherited a structural deficits of several trillion dollars to try to make the best decisions possible to help as many people as possible.

 

 

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I've received a lot of questions from CNN, iReport, so went to our website, they wanna ask you question directly. This one was from ? in ?. My question is why have you chose to give our tax money to the banks, without holding them responsible or forcing them to lower their rates for startups and to facilitate refinancing for closing homes.

I heard a lot. I do. And it think it's important to understand, first of all that the so-called bank bailout started before we came in. I think it was the right thing to do in the crisis we had to make sure that you didn't have any complete meltdown, which wouldn't be even worse. And I've said the past I supported president Bush's decision to move forward on that.

Once we got them in a place where we are not longer in crisis, the problem was banks were put together so quickly last year that the one has made strength of touched as we would have let, and so what we've trying to is to create some structures after the affect, that would impose more accountability, more decipline.

You known the most obvious example would be the rules on executive pay.

But it's always hard to do, particullaly when a lot of these banks not get well and they just pay the money back and so we now not longer have leverage.  

This is why I think it's more important moving forward to make sure that you got the financial regulatory framework that protect consumers make sure that they are not getting gauged, make sure that there is a lot of ? in terms of  mortages they are getting.


At the meantime, just on the ? bases, we are tying to do everything we can ? instead of let banks to help responsible homeowners to ? their own very tough for them to pay for their mortage, to make sure that businesses are getting ?. We've massively expanded small businesses ? into to SBA. Those are all steps we've taken, but look, I understand people's frustrations. I mean the American people have gone through a very tough here, and you know, my job as president is to help navigate through this tough here. And you know, people who don't have job right now, people who have lost their home, you know, I've been met too, and they expect me to do something about it. And you know, may job is to within the instutional strength that I have and resources strength that we have because we also inheritage a structural benefits of several trillion dollars to try to make the best positions possible to help as many people as possible.
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We've received a lot of questions from CNN Ireport. So went to our website, they want to ask you questions directly. This one is from Guy Watson in Albuquerque.

My question is why have you chosen to give tax money to the banks without holding them responsible or forcing them to lower their rates for startups and to facilitate refinancing of foreclosing homes?

You hear that a lot?

I do. And I think it's important to understand. First of all that the so-called bank bailout started before we came in. I think it was the right thing to do in a crisis. We had to make sure you did not have completely meltdown which would be even worse. And I've said in the past I supported President Bush's decision to move forward on that. Once we got them in place where we were no longer in crisis. The problem was things were put together so quickly last year that there weren't many strains attached as we would like. And so what we tried to do is to create some structures after the fact that would impose more accountability, more discipline. You know, most obvious example would be the rules on executive pay. But it's always hard to do particular when a lot of these banks now got well and they just paid the money back. So we are now no longer having leverage. This is why I think it's so important moving forward to make sure that we got financial regulatory framework that protects consumers, make sure that they are not getting indulged, make sure that there is a lot clarity in terms of mortgages they are getting. In the meantime, just on merge basis we are trying to do everything we can to pop proper incentive advise banks to help responsible home owners who through no falter their own are finding very tough with them to pay for the mortgage, to make sure their businesses are getting awesome. We massively spend small business loans through the SBA. You know, those all steps we are taking. But look I understand people's frustrations, mean American people have gone through a very tough year. And, you know, my job as president is to help them get through this tough year. And, you know, people who don't have a job right now, people who have lost their home, you know, I've been meant to and they expect me to do something about it. And you know my job is to within the institutional constrains they have and the resource strength we have, because we also inherit a structure deficit of several trillion dollars to try to make the best decisions possible to help as many people as possible.
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I've received a lot of questions from CNN, iReport, so went to our website, they wanna ask you question directly. This one was from
Guy Watson in Albuquerque.

My question is why have you chosen to give our tax money to the banks, without holding them responsible or forcing them to lower their rates for startups and to facilitate refinancing of, eh,
for closing homes.

You heard a lot.

I do. And I think it's important to understand, first of all that the so-called bank bailout started before we came in. Actually I think it was the right thing to do in the crisis we had to make sure that you didn't have any complete meltdown, which wouldn't be even worse. And I've said the past I supported President Bush's decision to move forward on that.

Once we got them in a place where we are not longer in crisis, the problem was banks were put together so quickly last year that the one has made strength of touched as we would have let, and so what we've trying to is to create some structures after the
effect, that would impose more accountability, more discipline. You known the most obvious example would be the rules on executive pay.
But it's always hard to do,
particularly when a lot of these banks now get well and they just pay the money back and so we now not longer have leverage.  

This is why I think it's
so important moving forward to make sure that you got the financial regulatory framework that protects consumers, make sure that they are not getting gauged, make sure that there is a lot of clarity in terms of mortgages they are getting.

In the meantime, just on the emergency bases, we are tying to do everything we can to poke fraud in senate’s eyes banks to help responsible homeowners to ? their own very tough for them to pay for their mortgage, to make sure that businesses are getting loans. We've massively expanded small businesses lending into to SBA. Those are all steps we've taken, but look, I understand people's frustrations. I mean the American people have gone through a very tough year, and you know, my job as president is to help navigate through this tough year. And you know people who don't have job right now, people who have lost their home, you know, I've been met too, and they expect me to do something about it. And you know, my job is to within the institutional constraints that I have and resources constraints that we have because we also inherited a structural deficits of several trillion dollars to try to make the best decision possible to help as many people as possible.
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I've received a lot of questions from CNN, iReporter, so went to our website, they wanna ask you question directly. This one was from Guy Watson in Albuquerque.

My question is why have you chosen to give our tax money to the banks, without holding them responsible or forcing them to lower their rates for startups and to facilitate refinancing of, eh, for closing homes.

You hear a lot.

I do. And I think it's important to understand, first of all that the so-called bank bailout started before we came in. Actually I think it was the right thing to do in a crisis we had to make sure that you didn't have any complete meltdown, which would have been even worse. And I've said in the past I supported President Bush's decision to move forward on that.

Once we got them in a place where we were not longer in crisis, the problem was things were put together so quickly last year that the one is many strings attached as we would have light, and so what we've tried to is to create some structures after the effect, that would impose more accountability, more discipline. You known the most obvious example would be the rules on executive pay.


But it's always hard to do, particularly when a lot of these banks now get well and then just pay the money back and so we now not longer have leverage.  

This is why I think it's so important moving forward to make sure that we got a financial regulatory framework that protects consumers, make sure that they are not getting gauged, make sure that there is a lot of clarity in terms of mortgages they are getting.

In the meantime, just on an emergency basis, we are tying to do everything we can to poke proud in senatewise banks to help responsible homeowners who through no fault of their own fighting very tough for them to pay for their mortgage, to make sure that businesses are getting loans. We've massively expanded small businesses lending through the SBA. Those are all steps we've taken, but look, I understand people's frustrations. I mean the American people have gone through a very tough year, and you know, my job as president is to help navigate through this tough year. And you know people who don't have a job right now, people who have lost their home, you know, I've been met too, and they expect me to do something about it. And you know, my job is to within the institutional constraints that I have and the resources constraints that we have because we also inherited a structural deficits of several trillion dollars to try to make the best decisions possible to help as many people as possible.

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We've received a lot of questions from CNN ireporter.So went to our website,they want to ask you questions directely.This one is from Guy Watson in Albuquerque.

My question is why have you chosen to give our tax money to the banks without holding them responsible or forcing them to lower their risk for startups,and to facilitate refinancing of foreclosing homes.

You hear it a lot?

I do.And I think it's important to understand.First of all that the so-called bank bailout started before we came in.I actually think it was right thing to do in the crisis,we had made sure that you didn't have complete meltdown which would be able to worse.And I've said past,I supported President Bush's decision to move forward on that.Once we got them in the place where they were no longer in crisis,the problem was things were put together so quickly last year that the warn may strength attached as we were in fight.And so what we've tried to do is to creat some structures after the fact that would impose more accountability,more discipline,yep,the most obvious example would be the rules on executive pay.But it's always hard to do particularly when a lot of these banks now got well,and they just paied the money back,and so we now no longer have leverage.

This is why I think it's so important moving forward to make sure that we got the financial regulatory framework that protects consumers,make sure that they are not getting indulged,make sure that there are a lot of clarity in terms of mortgages they are getting.In the meantime,just on emergency basis,we're trying to do everything we can to pop proper intensive advise banks to help responsible home owners who have no fault their own are finding very tough for them to pay for the mortgage,to make sure the businesses are getting loans.We've massively expanded the small businesses loaning through the SBA.

Those were all steps we've taken.But look,I understand people's frustrations.I mean American people have gone through a very tough year.And my job,as President,is to help navigate through this tough year.And people who don't have job right now,people who have lost their home,I've been meant too,and they expect me to do somehthing about it.And my job is to within the institutional constrains that
I have and resource constrains we have,because we also inherit the structural deficit of several trillion dollars to try to make the best decision possible to help as many people as possible.   
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I received a lot of questions from CNN I reported.So went to our website and they want to  ask you questions directly.This one was form Guy Watson Albuquerque.

My question is why have you chosen to give us tax money to the banks without holding them responsible or forcing them to lower their rates for startups and to facilitate refinancing of,er,for close homes.

I hear that a lot.

I do.And I think it's important to understand,first of all that the so called bank bailout started before we came in.Actually I think it was the right thing to do in crisis we had to make sure that you didn't have a completely meltdown which would have been even worse,and I've said in the past I support president Bush's decision to move forward on that.Once we got them in the place where we were on longer in crisis,the problem was things were put together so quickly last year that the one is many strings attached as what we would have light,and so what we've tried to do is to create some structures after effect that would impose more accountability and more discipline.Most obvious example would be the rule have exactly to pay.But it's always hard to do particularly when a lot of banks now get well and then just pay the money back.And so we now no longer have leverage.This is why I think is so important moving forward to make sure that we got a financial regulatory framework that protect consumers,make sure that they do not getting gauged,make sure that there is a lot clarity in terms of the mortgages they are getting.In the meantime,just on the mortgage basis, we are trying to everything we can to poke proud and in / banks to help responsible homeowners who through no fault of their own fighting very tough for them to pay for the mortgage,to make sure the business are getting loans.We massively expanded small business lending through the SBA.Those are all the steps we've taken,look,but I understand people frustrations,I mean the American people have gone through a tough year,and you know,my job as president is to help navigate through the tough year,and people who don't have a job right now,people who have lost their home,I've been met too,and their expects mean to do something about it and my job is within the institutional constraints that I have and the resources constraints that we have because we also inherited structural deficits of several trillion dollars to try to make the best decisions possible to help as many people as possible.
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I've received a lot of questions from CNN, iReporter, so went to our website, they wanna ask you question directly. This one was from Guy Watson in Albuquerque.

My question is why have you chosen to give our tax money to the banks, without holding them responsible or forcing them to lower their rates for startups and to facilitate refinancing of, eh, for closing homes.

You hear that a lot. I do. And I think it's important to understand, first of all that the so-called bank bailout started before we came in. Actually I think it was the right thing to do in a crisis we had to make sure that you didn't have any complete meltdown, which would have been even worse. And I've said in the past I supported President Bush's decision to move forward on that. Once we got them in a place where we were not longer in crisis, the problem was things were put together so quickly last year that the one is many strings attached as we would have light, and so what we've tried to is to create some structures after the effect, that would impose more accountability, more discipline. You known the most obvious example would be the rules on executive pay. But it's always hard to do, particularly when a lot of these banks now get well and then just pay the money back and so we now not longer have leverage. This is why I think it's so important moving forward to make sure that we got a financial regulatory framework that protects consumers, make sure that they are not getting gouged, make sure that there is a lot of clarity in terms of mortgages they are getting. In the meantime, just on an emergency basis, we are tying to do everything we can to poke prod in centralize banks to help responsible homeowners who through no fault of their own fighting very tough for them to pay for their mortgage, to make sure that businesses are getting loans. We've massively expanded small businesses lending through the SBA. Those are all steps we've taken, but look, I understand people's frustrations. I mean the American people have gone through a very tough year, and you know, my job as president is to help navigate through this tough year. And you know people who don't have a job right now, people who have lost their home, you know, I've been met too, and they expect me to do something about it. And you know, my job is to within the institutional constraints that I have and the resources constraints that we have because we also inherited a structural deficits of several trillion dollars to try to make the best decisions possible to help as many people as possible.
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We’ve seen a lot of questions from CNN i reporters who went to our website and want to ask you questions directly. This one is from Guy Watson in Alberkerky.

My question is why have you chosen to give our tax money to the banks without holding them responsible or forcing them to lower their rates for start-ups and to facilitate refinancing for closing homes?

I hear that a lot, I do. I think it’s important to understand, first of all, that the so-called bank bail-out started before we came in. I actually think those the right thing to do in a crisis we had to make sure that you didn’t have completely knelt down to what would be even worse. And I’ve said in the past, I supported President Bush’s decision to move forward on that.

Once we got them in a place where they no longer in crisis, the problem was things were put so quickly last year that the word is made with strings attached as we wouldn’t like. And so what we’ve tried to do is to create some structures after the fact that would impose more accountability, more discipline. Yeah, most obvious example would be the rules on executives’ pay. Um, but it’s always hard to do, particularly when a lot of these banks not got well and they pay the money back and so now we no longer have leverage.

This is why I think it’s so important moving forward to make sure that we got a financial regulatory framework that protect consumers, make sure that they are not getting gouged, make sure that there is a lot of clarity in terms of mortgages they are getting. In the meantime, just on the emergency basis, we are trying to do everything we can to poke proud / banks to help responsible home owners who through no fault to their own funding, very tough for them to pay for the mortgage, to make sure the businesses are getting long /, massive / expand small businesses get through the SPA.

Those are all steps we’ve taken. But look, I understand people’s frustrations. The American people have gone through a very tough year. And my job as president is to help navigate through this tough year. And people who don’t have job right now, people who have lost their home, I will be mad too. And they expect me to do something about it. And my job just, within the institutional constraint that I have and the resource constraint that we have, because we also inherited a structural deficit of several trillion dollars to try to make the best decisions possible to help as many people as possible.
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I’ve received a lot of questions from CNN’s I Reporters, so when to our website, they wanna ask you questions directly. This one was from Guy Watson in Albuquerque.

My question is why have you chosen to give our tax money to the banks without holding them responsible or forcing them to lower their rates for startups, and to facilitate refinancing of, for closing homes.

You hear that a lot.

I do. And I think it’s important to understand, first of all that the so-called bank bailout started before we came in. actually, I think it was the right thing to do in a crisis, we had to make sure that you did not have any complete meltdown, that which would be even worse. And I’ve said in the past I supported President Bush’s decision to move forward on that. Once we got them in a place where they were no longer in crisis, the problem was things were put together so quickly last year that the one as many strains attached as we would have let. So what we’ve tried to do is to create some structures after the fact. That would impose more accountability, more discipline. The most obvious example would be the rules on executive pay.

But it’s always hard to do particularly when a lot of banks now get well and then just pay the money back, and so we now no longer have leverage.

This is why I think it’s so important moving forward to make sure that we got a financial regulatory framework that protects consumers, make sure that they are not getting gauged, make sure that there is a lot of clarity in terms of mortgages they are getting.

In the meantime, just on the emergency basis, we are trying to do everything we can to poke proud in _ banks to help responsible homeowners who through no fault of their own are fighting very tough for them to pay for the mortgage, to make sure the businesses are getting loans. We massively expended small businesses lending through the SBA.

The both all steps we’ve taken, but look, I understand people’s frustrations. I mean the American people have gone through a very tough year, and my job, as a President is to help navigate through this tough year, and you know, people who don’t have job right now, people who have lost their home, you know, I’ve been met too, and they expect me to do something about it. And my job is to within the institutional constraints that I have and the resources constraints we have, because we also inherited a structural deficit of several trillion dollars to try to make the best decisions possible to help as many people as possible.
HENRY: The economy -- we received a lot of questions from CNN iReporters who went to our Web site. They wanted to ask you a question directly.

This one is from Guy Watson (ph) in Albuquerque. He says he is a disappointed Obama voter and here's why. He asks: "Why have you chosen to give our tax money to the banks without holding them responsible or forcing them to lower their rates for startups and to facilitate refinancing of foreclosed homes?"

You hear that a lot.

OBAMA: I do. And I -- I think it's important to understand, first of all, that the so-called bank bailout started before we came in. I actually think it was the right thing to do in a crisis. We had to make sure that you did not have complete meltdown, which would have been even worse. And I've said in the past, I supported President Bush's decision to move forward on that.

Once we got them in a place where they were no longer in crisis, the problem was things were put together so quickly last year that there weren't as many strings attached as we would have liked.

And so what we've tried to do is to create some structures after the fact that would impose more accountability, more discipline. You know, the most obvious example would be the rules on executive pay. But it's always hard to do, particularly when a lot of these banks now got well and then just paid the money back. And so we now no longer have leverage.

This is why I think it's so important, moving forward, to make sure that we've got a financial regulatory framework that protects consumers, makes sure that they're not getting gouged, makes sure that there's a lot of clarity in terms of the mortgages that they're getting.

In the meantime, just on an emergency basis, we're trying to do everything we can to poke, prod, incentivize banks to help responsible homeowners who, through no fault of their own, are finding it very tough for them to pay for their mortgage, to make sure that businesses are getting loans and we've massively expanded small business lending through the SBA.

But those are all steps that we're taking.

But, look, I understand people's frustrations. I mean the American people have gone through a very tough year. And, you know, and my job as president is to help navigate through this tough year. And, you know, people who don't have a job right now, people who have lost their homes, you know, I'd be mad, too. And they expect me to do something about it.

And, you know, my job is to, within the institutional constraints that I have and the resource constraints that we have because we also inherited a structural deficit of several trillion dollars, to try to make the best decisions possible to help as many people as possible.
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We received a lot of questions from CNN Ireporters so went to our website they want to ask you questions directly. This is one of them from G W in A.
My question is why you choose to give our tax money to the banks without helding them responsible or forcing them to lower their rates for start-ups and to facilitate refinancing for closing homes.
I heard a lot.
I do. I think it is important to understand first of all that the so called bank bailout started before we come in. actually I think the right thing to do in a crisis we had to make sure that you didn’t complete.. which  would be even worse. And I have said in past I support president Bush’s decision to move forward on that. Once we got them in a place where there is no longer a crisis\. The problem was things were put together so quickly in last years that the one may have been strengthen attached as we would liked. So what we’ve tried to do is to create something after the fact that would impose more accountability, more discipline and the most obvious example would be the world’s executive pay. But it’s always hard to do particularly when allow the banks now to get well and they just paid the money back. So we no longer have .. . This is why I think it’s so important moving forward to make sure that we got a financial regulatory free one that protects consumers, make sure they will not get .. , make sure that there is a lot of encouraging terms of mortgages they are getting. In the meaning time, just on the emergency basis, we are trying to do everything we can to .. banks to help responsible homeowners who do no fault to their finding very tough for them to pay for the mortgage. To make sure the businesses are getting along.. both steps we’ve taken. But I understand peoples’ questions. The American people are getting though a very tough year, and my job, as a president is to help them navigate though this tough year. People who don’t have job right now, people who have lost their homes, I have been met two. And they expect me to do something about that. My job is to, within the institutional strength that I have, the resource that we have because we also in a structural deficit of several trillion dollars to try to make the best decisions possible to help as many people as possible.
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