Structuring Fannie and Freddie According to Constitutionally Mandated Free Market Economy

Only the constitutionally mandated principle of free market economy should be used to formulate for Fannie-Freddie, banks and capital markets.[1] Neither political party can oppose such policies.

The founding fathers embraced the free market principle to engender freely set prices for goods and The colonists did not enjoy this freedom when forced (blackmailed) to supply real goods and services currencies printed elsewhere. They waged and won a war of independence. After winning the war, crafted the first ever written constitution to enshrine the free market economy. They wanted their relish this freedom. The principle of free market economy is synonymous with freedom. This represents American ethos. When policies comply with such common ethos, no one can oppose or defy them.

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