Daily Flog: Banks. You're welcome.
The Great '08 Bailout proceeded apace, everybody reports this morning.
First step? Hank Paulson's rescue-plan chief Neel Kashkari carried cash to Wall Street bankers whose poor decisions led to the market crash.
The Washington Post calls it "partial nationalization." Now the money will start flowing — on Wall Street.
More from the Post's excellent story, by David Cho, Neil Irwin and Peter Whoriskey:
Don't expect a trickle-down effect.
Meanwhile . . .
NO PARTICULAR ORDER:
N.Y. Daily News: 'Brady Bunch star admits to swapping sex for drugs'
Wall Street Journal: 'Obama Takes Solid Lead Over McCain in Four Battleground States'
Register (U.K.): 'Robot vacuum cleaners — now with grenade launchers'
Wall Street Journal: 'U.S. to Buy Stakes in Nation's Largest Banks'
Scotsman (U.K.): 'Airport "bomb" jury sees film of panicking passengers'
N.Y. Post: 'SURE PAYS FOR MARTY TO BE MIKE'S BUDDY'
L.A. Times: 'Movie stars' stock plummets'
Wall Street Journal: ' "Smart Money" Stays on the Sides'
Register (U.K.): 'Wal-Mart punts industrial strength feminine deodorant'
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