The Federal Reserve is buying up massive amounts of debt to help small businesses who need loans to pay their employees and other expenses.
"I have a problem with this. I have run a small business. I never, EVER, had to borrow money to pay my employees. I paid my employees out of the payments made to the company. Isn't that how it is supposed to work? When did payroll start having to involve a loan (and interest paid to a bank)?" -- Webmaster of Wake the Flock Up
Something stank to me when I first heard that philosophy, too.
WTF kind of a business needs LOANS to meet PAYROLL?
Bankers REALLY DO CONTROL SOCIETIES, don't they?