Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, speaking later on the same program, said strengthening confidence in the economy could be dashed if home prices were to take another turn downward. Greenspan told the ABC program he didn't believe that a steep drop was in store, but home prices had stabilized only temporarily. "It is possible that could get a second wave down," Greenspan said. "Under those conditions, we would get a very significant change in the underlying confidence in the consumer area," as foreclosures rise and more home values fall below their mortgage levels. http://www.reuters.com/article/marketsNews/idUSN0248059020090802 Also more goodies ... Geitner sayin more stimulus for welfare checks and tax raises coming soon to pay for it. I didn't watch this show, I should have. Sounds like I missed a lot of fun.