That would be a mistake.
Their goal is to free up credit and alleviate some of the fear in the market. However, I am not a fan of government tinkering in the economy.
Let's say the bankers cut back on issuing credit because, in their judgement, such loans would be risky. I don't think the government should be throwing 25B into the system to get bankers to go against their better judgement.
Let me re-state this: the government is trying to get bankers to go against their better judgement and issue credit/loans where they otherwise would not.
Leave it alone. Ultimately, such a policy does not work; it only makes the problem worse.