So the House voted down the bailout. Now what?
Well, how about a decline of almost 9% in the value of the S&P 500 in a single day? The aggregate value of 500 of the biggest corporations in the US economy declined 8.79% on the news of the failure of the House of Representatives to act. That's a record, by the way. To get an idea of what that means, consider that the index represents approximately 75% of the value of the total US stock market.
Wonkette advises everyone buy canned goods.
I'm about to start working on a fall garden.