US Ready to Back Bigger EU Stability Fund

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  1. Dont Taz Me Bro
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    So we don't have enough money to write a budget without a deficit, but we have money to bailout out the EU who are going bankrupt due to their irresponsible and reckless spending on a welfare nanny state.

     
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    Oh, fuck.

    Start buying up all the junk silver coin you can, boys and girls.
     
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    Fabulous. More of the same stupid policies that created the problem.

    At what point are people going to start admitting the problem here is that we've been spending what we don't have?
     
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    They won't. It's time to buy some more coins.
     
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    My dad bought a bunch of silver bars a few months ago and they have already doubled in value. I would have done the same, but I already have a lot of money in stocks and I wasn't interested in selling any of them at the time.
     
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    Thats just great.

    We're broke.

    Europes broke and the taxpayers of America are going to prop up the Nanny Govts in Europe??


    Who in our Govt is making these insane decisions??
     
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    Banksters helping banksters.

    Nothing new here.

    I have every confidence that the PEOPLE of Europe will, no doubt, suffer to insure that their banking class has every advantage.

    Just as the American people are.
     
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    I often wonder where all of you "fiscal conservatives" with your faux outrage were when Dubya, Dick and Rummy thought it was a swell idea to invade Iraq using money borrowed from Communist China.
     

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