Wednesday, February 17, 2010

No cheats allowed in…

Greece loses EU voting power in blow to sovereignty

This is how you do it. You face the issue rather than hide from it. People might hate it now but in the medium to long run it will be better. You just can spend money you don't have. You have to focus on the part of the economy which makes money not Govt. employment which is subsidary to private sector economy.

Posted by deepak @ 06:59 PM (1138 views)
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3 thoughts on “No cheats allowed in…

  • Greece, the mother of democracy.

    Stripped of her vote.

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  • Rich Greeks might show some of the we’re all in this together spirit by paying some tax.

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  • Counter Punch does indeed make a good point, they got loaded up with debt and ripped off (you have to scroll down a fair way).

    But if people are prepared to go heavily into debt instead of voting for change what can you do? People haven’t gone into debt for the good of society, but because they thought they would get something out of it. The classic sting.

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