US President George W. Bush said on Saturday a planned bailout of the financial sector was a "big package because it was a big problem." Defending a proposed massive rescue plan for the financial sector worth hundreds of billions of dollars, Bush told reporters: "This is a big package because it was a big problem." Speaking after his administration sent details of the bailout plan to members of Congress late Friday after a week of crisis in financial markets, Bush said decisive action was needed and that the government would eventually make back the money used for the rescue.