What President Bush Did to Avert the Loan Crisis

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What President Bush did to Avert the Loan Crisis
Contrary to the charges made by the Obama Administration, President Bush made what his press secretary has called “Six years of unheeded warnings for GSE reform” (Press Secretary, 2008).
A GSE or “government sponsored enterprise” is the term given to two privately owned, but government sponsored companies that were first founded with the goal of helping middle income Americans afford homes. The two are the Federal National Mortgage Association [Fannie Mae] and the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation [Freddy Mac]. They help free up capital for lending by buying mortgages from banks allowing the banks to reinvest and lend more money (MClean, 2005).
According to the Bush White House, “over...
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