Readers debate the role of government in solving bank losses.
Readers debate plan that could result in government intervening to provide low-fixed-rate 30-year mortgages.
Readers, who have hated bailouts from the moment they were first proposed, are up in arms today about news that the government will protect Citigroup against potential losses on a $306 billion pool of troubled assets.
Readers are apoplectic about the news that the bailout program is without oversight.
Readers furious to learn that the administration gave U.S. banks "a windfall of as much as $140 billion" in addition to the bailout.