I'm sure I'm not the only one - outside of those who took out mortgages they couldn't afford - who thinks the rate freeze bailout is a bad idea. Ignoring all the potential legal issues with the plan, or the fact that it might be impossible to actually define who will be helped, this basically amounts to a bailout for those that made a poor decision.
I certainly didn't get any help 5 years ago when some of my internet stocks crashed. That's not nearly as heart-wrenching as watching little Johnny lose his house because his parents bought a house they couldn't afford with a mortgage that shouldn't have existed in the first place.
I hope the bailout gets tossed out in court. As painful as it might be for everybody, letting the market correct itself is the best way to go. If we don't get the bad loans off the books, we'll be in the same situation that Japan was in 20 years ago. And I'm sure nobody wants that.