Posts Tagged ‘bailouts’

Whistling by the graveyard

It is with mild fascination that we watch the result of the debt and spending debacle unfolding in Greece along with its developing civil unrest. The struggles of that nation to accept the consequences of their past decisions combined with the responses from other anxious nations in the Euro zone with similar issues makes for […]

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Our National Debt payment intentions

Eleven trillion and climbing at a pace that is frightening. I wonder if we really have the true intention of paying it all back as envisioned by our creditors. This is considering the fact that we have shown nothing but trivial efforts in this regard for decades. We keep adding to it by continuing to […]

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