I'm not sure that the list is even accurate as to the consequences.
It's no longer "taxpayer money." It's gone way beyond the ability of the current generation taxpayer to pay down the debt. How it plays out in the long-run can only be guessed at, and no one has a weejee board that can foretell that far ahead in time.
There are many dynamics now trashing the economies of many countries. Iceland is now a basket case, and it's now believed it'll also impact Ireland and the UK, because of their relationship in banking and investments in Iceland.
We're talking trillions here, and that'll surely impact the world economy in ways that has barely rubbed the surface.
Top it off with most major economies printing money like crazy to keep their banks in survival-mode, we have a whole new scenario not seen any time in the past.
It's a new ball game with new rules, but nobody knows who's going to end up the winner.