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Euro Crisis: Major Implications For Investors

usmcairingig Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 9:28 PM
The entire Republican platform was a big, beautiful empty cliche of freedom from taxes, government, healthcare, education, infrastructure, regulation and interaction with minorities. Their mythical Whites R Us sensibility was a still photo of 1950's America reflecting their one and only vision of the future.
usmcairingig Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 9:28 PM
They just don't get change - new people, new ideas, new languages, new ways of thinking, new religions, new problems or new solutions.

But the only thing constant in the world is change, and that just confuses the reptilian GOP to no end.
usmcairingig Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 9:28 PM
They just don't get change - new people, new ideas, new languages, new ways of thinking, new religions, new problems or new solutions.

But the only thing constant in the world is change, and that just confuses the reptilian GOP to no end.

The euro crisis has begun to feel like an everlasting steeplechase with high hedges and water obstacles blocking the path to economic resurgence on the Continent. Each time a hurdle has been cleared another problem emerges to potentially block the track. The latest developments involve ugly anti-austerity riots across the southern tier and open rifts emerging among the creditors, most notably between the International Monetary Fund and northern nations.

Despite the difficulties, I believe that ultimately the horse will pass the finish line; the Continent has too many economic bright spots to simply slip into irrelevance. The big question should...