This is a long-running theme that can't be neglected. As I've mentioned many times before, this crisis has nothing to do with a shortage of money. This chart shows total credit extended by commercial banks. As you can see, we are not only within a stone's throw of an all-time high, but credit has been growing at a rate faster than we saw during the recession of 2001. (Last datapoint: Nov. 19th)
Whatever measure of money you choose, all are showing continued growth and all are at or very near all-time highs. The problem is a shortage of buyers; a lack of confidence; fear. People have pulled back, but not because they don't have money. This suggests that the recovery from this crisis could be relatively quick and easy.