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#1 "The euro crisis is entering its final stages. Economic pain is now interacting with political resistance to produce intense financial pressure. I expect Greece to leave the euro -- and perhaps very soon. "
Posted by Glomoger Sninenter3287 2012-05-14 03:11||
#2 Unfortunately, I don't think so - as much as I loathe + detest the lack of opular referendums in the US-World as per approving the OWG-NWO + the Globalist Agenda + related, IMO the Globalists + aligned have come too far vee OWG-NWO to let a debilitating EuroDollar Crisis, etc. stop them.
No one said anything about stopping any political or ideo factionalism/sectarianism from occurring, let alone strifes + revolutions + civil wars.
Fun to think about it, though.
Posted by JosephMendiola 2012-05-14 03:19||
#3 but Joe, HOW will THIS affect MADONNA??!?
Posted by Frank G 2012-05-14 08:20||
#4 Two cones full of Euros to buy a beer Frank. Two cones!
Posted by Besoeker 2012-05-14 08:56||
#5 Greece can print as many Euros as they need. They are supposed to pay back the ECB if they do, but you know, sometimes it takes a while to write the check and mail it and stuff. There is this Parliament thing and some sort of election delieo. So, just be patient while we run the printing press.
Posted by rammer 2012-05-14 09:48||
#6 There were too many variables in the economies of Greece, Italy, Spain, and Ireland to have an effective uniform monetary policy. The economisst wonks in Brussels are as much to blame for the collapse of the Euro and the economy of Greece as do the Greek politicians and the spoiled brat citizenry.
Posted by Bill Clinton 2012-05-14 10:40||
#7 There were too many variables in the economies of Greece, Italy, Spain, and Ireland to have an effective uniform monetary policy. The economisst wonks in Brussels are as much to blame for the collapse of the Euro and the economy of Greece as do the Greek politicians and the spoiled brat citizenry.
Posted by Bill Clinton 2012-05-14 10:45||
#8 @!#$%^GTFRTEW@@#!@!! Double Post
Posted by Bill Clinton 2012-05-14 10:46||
#9 Given how German socialists are about to ride to the rescue (re the North Rhine-Westphalia elections), I think we'll have the euro to kick around for a bit longer.
Posted by Zhang Fei 2012-05-14 11:18||
#10 Why would Greece leave the Euro? It allows them to ignore fiscal reality. Germany pays the bills. And when it comes time to pay the piper, the Greek pols can blame someone else!
Posted by Iblis 2012-05-14 17:38||
#11 As constituted, the EU is a nutty system. Can you imagine if CA decided to pull out of the dollar because the Federal government wouldn't finance its deficits and its retirement at 50 policy? And every time this happened, CA pols pulled the secession card?
Posted by Zhang Fei 2012-05-14 22:44||