Anti-American Socialists Expected to Win 2/20 Elections in Portugal

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    Portugal had been a US ally.

     
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    I can't really say that I care. Just another pitiful Communist country in the making. It will be amusing to see Europe in 10 years.

    "Eat your broccoli Jimmy. There are kids in Europe who are starving."
     
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    Where ever will we get cork, wine and sardines ????? :eek2:
     
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    Western Europe is just filled with lazy morons who don't want to have to do anything themselves. Their ideal society is one where government gives people EVERYTHING. Problem is that EVERYTHING costs money. And now the EU is discovering that...uh oh!...people like money. The people that actually make things like it alot. And they most definately do not like working hard to make things to give to other people who are not working at all.

    I think places like France and Germany are beginning to realize this but it is faaar to late. Those 2 countries are nosediving into bankruptcy. They don't have enough moneyt to pay for all the socialist benefits. But with every proposed benefit cut, the lazy-ass-Euro-libtards start to riot. There is no way out for them. Spain and Portugal will be sucked down with the rest of the EU.

    As I said earlier, watching them come crawling back in 10 years will be a real hoot.
     
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    It seems the end of the USA and the rise of Japan in the early 80's was greatly exeggerated. Decadence supposely had finnished the US. Go figure.

    The EU will do just fine in 10 years. It seems they are already started
    their line of reforms.
     
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    I have read a few articles in German papers that have that very subject at their heart. They talk about how they think the EU won't last very long as a strong body and that there is a strong need for fiscal reform. It will be interesting to see what comes of it.
     
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    Yup, Germany is doing just fine. :rolleyes: http://www.usmessageboard.com/forums/showthread.php?t=17354
     

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