Tax and spend, tax and spend. In this case, borrow and spend, then borrow some more, and while you're borrowing, do some more spending, and then a lot of borrowing so that you can spend some more. Then when you realize that half of what you borrowed and spent went to outdated 80's unitards you just decide to borrow some more so that you can spend some more... on guess what? More 80's unitards*.
It's freaking ridiculous. When are they going to stop spending our money faster than they can borrow it? When are the sheeple going to wake up and realize that we're being bamboozled and our own wool is being pulled over our eyes?
WAKE UP! Tell YOUR government to STOP! This is all a huge over-reaction to a real problem. THINK for a minute about the best solution instead of just dumping all the funds you can find down a gigantic toilet labeled "change."
Change isn't always for the better you know. Sometimes it's so much worse than what you had that you wish you could just go back to eating Lucky Charms instead of being subjected to Fiber One cereal. Think about that for a minute and you'll realize that it makes sense in exactly the same sense that TARP makes sense. That is, it doesn't.
If Chewbacca lives on Endor, you must acquit!
*Note: in this example 1980's unitards represent money given to banks that has done nothing to help anyone.