Actually, nationalizing several industries would be a boon to all rather than just a few. You need only to look at Nazi Germany to a nationalized economy that just roared. A rational approach to critical nationalization only sounds bad to people who are bleeding a market segment dry, or who have no idea what they're talking about.
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Critical nationalization...shovel ready projects, TARP, Gov't bailout of GM and Chrysler, stimulus... stimulus??? Let's see, $787 Billion pissed down the rat hole that didn't create any jobs but supposedly "saved" 2 million jobs. I personally don't see it because since the illegal alien Kenyan took office, unemployment has risen from under 8% to 9.6%. But even if this bullshit did save 2 million jobs, the cost ($787 billion divided by 2 million) amounts to $393,500 per job "saved". Add in the interest we wil pay the Chinese who buy our debt and it becomes apparent this is not realizing the same bang for the buck that the Nazis got. And that Nazi driven economy didn't turn out so well in the end.
November 2nd people. Take out the trash.