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Bbc Thinks Politicians Can Boost An Economy

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/8237219.stm

BBC main business story: Politicians will meet to "boost" the economy, if they could really do that then why are we in a recession? the BBC's financial reporting is childish nonsense. Flanders will be along to explain how the politicians important meeting and empty platitudes will "boost the flagging economies of the eurozone" BLAH BLAH BLAH

Bankers bonus, what a great distraction. there wouldnt be any bankers bonuses if the politicians stopped propping them up and bailing them out.

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BBC main business story: Politicians will meet to "boost" the economy, if they could really do that then why are we in a recession? the BBC's financial reporting is childish nonsense. Flanders will be along to explain how the politicians important meeting and empty platitudes will "boost the flagging economies of the eurozone" BLAH BLAH BLAH

Bankers bonus, what a great distraction. there wouldnt be any bankers bonuses if the politicians stopped propping them up and bailing them out.

Yes, I was thinking the same about the bonuses - what a farce!

How long can they keep spinning the plates for? How long will they keep spending money from the future to bail out the present (deficit spending)?

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