Unformatted text preview: government is not entirely blameless. The companies have a moral and ethical duty to their employees and the US taxpayers to use the money to help save the companies and not line the pockets of a select few. The US government however, has been given the duty to spend tax monies wisely and assist the economy for the good of all US citizens, not just the good of a few. If in fact the recipients of the bailout money have not broken any laws, then shame on the government. The money should have been in the form of grants with specific guidelines as to what it can be used for and a reporting system to keep all recipients on the straight and narrow. It doesn’t matter what the money was used for, if it’s not in the guidelines, it’s not a legitimate expenditure....
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- Spring '11
- Economics, U.S. state, Washington, D.C., Major League Baseball