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(Yahoo)   Germany's highest court conditionally backs euro bailout, is all-in on silly hats   (news.yahoo.com) divider line 23
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2012-09-12 11:34:09 AM
thenoob.net
 
2012-09-12 11:41:38 AM
FTA: "...boosting hopes that the single currency bloc is finally putting in place the tools to resolve its three-year old debt crisis."

Tools? Do they have a tool that can magically create wealth, or import it from the 8th dimension?
 
2012-09-12 11:42:01 AM
i16.photobucket.com

I love my silly hat.

/ Okay, technically it's Austrian, but who's counting?
 
2012-09-12 11:42:42 AM
deutschlanduberelvis.com
 
2012-09-12 11:44:02 AM
So now that they get their loan Greece trying to hit Germany up for reparations from WW2 that Germany already paid.
 
2012-09-12 11:44:12 AM
lh4.googleusercontent.com
 
2012-09-12 11:51:29 AM

DrPainMD: FTA: "...boosting hopes that the single currency bloc is finally putting in place the tools to resolve its three-year old debt crisis."

Tools? Do they have a tool that can magically create wealth, or import it from the 8th dimension?


24.media.tumblr.com

Yeah, the 8th dimension is fine, if you haven't seen the Pirate dimension.
 
2012-09-12 11:55:43 AM
Hogwash.

Greece has $1.5 trillion in debt, and 10 million people. Figure 50% of the population is working---that is a stretch in itself---then that is $300,000 per person.

No way in hell will they pay that off, and no reason they should.

Stick around, Amerika, it is coming your way soon enough.
 
2012-09-12 11:55:44 AM
Germany? I thought that was the king of Sweden.
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/he's wearin' things that he ain't needin'
 
2012-09-12 12:02:38 PM

olddinosaur: Hogwash.

Greece has $1.5 trillion in debt, and 10 million people. Figure 50% of the population is working---that is a stretch in itself---then that is $300,000 per person.

No way in hell will they pay that off, and no reason they should.

Stick around, Amerika, it is coming your way soon enough.


So, yea or nay for the Amero?
 
2012-09-12 12:12:05 PM
images.cheezburger.com
 
2012-09-12 12:30:07 PM

olddinosaur: Hogwash.

Greece has $1.5 trillion in debt, and 10 million people. Figure 50% of the population is working---that is a stretch in itself---then that is $300,000 per person.

No way in hell will they pay that off, and no reason they should.


One good reason is that they'll loose their ability to loan for decades if they don't. And that would mean not spending more money than they have!

Well ok, you're right.
 
2012-09-12 12:32:23 PM
orange.half-life2.com

approves
 
2012-09-12 12:33:59 PM
So- to cut through the verbiage of TFA, What's a green light for Final Bailout, right Alex?

/Final Jeopardy question
 
2012-09-12 01:30:01 PM
It doesn't matter. Monetary and financial manipulation can cover up a significant amount of rot, but it can't hold up an entirely rotten structure.

5 years from now the Euro zone will either be dead, composed of Northern Europe only, or a byword for the fourth reich,
 
2012-09-12 02:15:27 PM
In addition to helping to stabilize the EU in the short term, this is very good news for the President. If the Eurozone monetary fund collapsed - as would very likely happen if the court had ruled the other way - the resulting market impact would have significantly affected our elections.

Long term, they have a lot of work to do to stabilize the southern half of Europe.
 
2012-09-12 02:49:35 PM

spawn73: olddinosaur: Hogwash.

Greece has $1.5 trillion in debt, and 10 million people. Figure 50% of the population is working---that is a stretch in itself---then that is $300,000 per person.

No way in hell will they pay that off, and no reason they should.

One good reason is that they'll loose their ability to loan for decades if they don't. And that would mean not spending more money than they have!

Well ok, you're right.


I believe ours is somewhat close to 150k per household.

Feel better?
 
2012-09-12 03:25:18 PM
3.bp.blogspot.com

Approves.
 
2012-09-12 03:48:02 PM
i.ytimg.com

And order in the skating vicar!
 
2012-09-12 10:05:02 PM

Here'sJohnny: It doesn't matter. Monetary and financial manipulation can cover up a significant amount of rot, but it can't hold up an entirely rotten structure.

5 years from now the Euro zone will either be dead, composed of Northern Europe only, or a byword for the fourth reich,


Hey Germany tried to get more then one time zone before, it didn't work out. Maybe the third times a charm? This time by force of finance.
 
2012-09-12 10:08:30 PM

CujoQuarrel: spawn73: olddinosaur: Hogwash.

Greece has $1.5 trillion in debt, and 10 million people. Figure 50% of the population is working---that is a stretch in itself---then that is $300,000 per person.

No way in hell will they pay that off, and no reason they should.

One good reason is that they'll loose their ability to loan for decades if they don't. And that would mean not spending more money than they have!

Well ok, you're right.

I believe ours is somewhat close to 150k per household.

Feel better?


I love how you mix per household and per person. Its fascinating.
 
2012-09-13 02:24:01 AM
so if every country, person and corporation is in debt, who lent it all out?
 
2012-09-13 05:32:48 AM
www.occidentaldissent.com

Approves.
 
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