Obama asks eurozone to keep Greece in until after election day

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    "The Obama administration will pressure European governments not to let Greece fall out of the eurozone before November's Presidential elections, British Government sources have suggested."

    "American officials are understood to be worried that if they decide Greece has not done enough to meet its deficit targets and withhold the money, it would automatically trigger Greece's exit from the eurozone weeks before the Presidential election on 6 November."
     
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    Every word, every action, every thought associated with Obama is always with both eyes on his reelection.
     
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    At least he did not ask Iran to keep the Americans hostage until after election day.
     
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    Not a very Happy Valentine's Day in Greece...
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    Greek poverty deepens as unemployment hits record
    Feb 14,`13 -- Unemployment in Greece rose to a record 27 percent in November as a result of the financial crisis and austerity measures that will leave, according to one survey, nearly a third of the population in poverty by the end of the year.

     

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