Left-Wing Financial Intervention Saves Humanity Again: Which All GOP Opposes!

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Famously, FDR and Truman, along with Churchill, DeGaulle, and Stalin, saved humanity before. Capitialism had failed monumentally worldwide, again, and the outcome was berserkers in the legislatures: Like in some U. S. House of Representatives chambers that anyone can think of, GOP/Tea Party.

The Fantasies that ran the legislatures of Germany, Italy, and Japan universally had some warped sense of morality and super-hero supremacy, concept about them. U. S. Tea Berserkers mainly just spit on people, by comparison. The GOP leadership is of the more deeply falsetto, "TippyToe Through the Tulips" kind of leadershlip.

Most people in the United States overwhelmingly supported the Obama-Biden, post-lubrication, stimulus. That should have been easy to predict! Now Washington, D. C., will attempt a rapier(?) approach! There is likely expected more "thrust!" in the "stimulus" provided. Excitement will be everywhere! Even little kids can expect that. The times will be wholesome, again.

In Europe, the far more socialist response has been to create an intervention, shared among peoples, which includes the bankers also taking pre-disaster losses. The Republican bail-outs, in the USA, were widely publicized to preserve the managment pay and bonuses, to avoid contractual disputes. The dissolution of the contracts were not seen as a part of the money.

Slovakia will approve EU bailout fund, parties say

Even Slovakia took its time. And so the Euro-civilization is getting set to be a part of all of humanity again. Great Leader Harry Truman, former hero of our Revolution, had created the Marshall Plan before. No Republican has made any effort to even say yea or nay to that, or to the European crisis resolution.

The Good News for the Republicans may be that Romney doesn't seem able to recall what his plan includes. The Bad News for Republicans is that Herman Cains seems able to recall what his plan includes. When asked, he even admits to it: A kind of market-place in which a limo-driving man could. . . .make do(?)!

"Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
(Many former slaves of Lands of Many Peoples: Not need new chicken in every pot, and used goods yard sales in their garages!)
 
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Slovaks not co-operating in debt resolution talks...
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The mouse that roared: How tiny Slovakia could prolong Europe's massive debt crisis
October 12, 2011 - Slovakia's vote against expanding the European bailout fund presents an unwelcome obstacle to solving Europe's debt crisis. It also caused the fall of the tiny country's government.
The Slovakian parliament last night voted against the expansion of the European bailout fund, the EFSF, adding another level of uncertainty to the already volatile financial situation in the European Union. Slovakia was the last of the 17 eurozone countries to approve the measure, which cannot be implemented without ratification by all members. The vote does not just mean a most unwelcome obstacle for the eurozone’s attempts to get a grip on the sovereign debt crisis engulfing several of its southern members. It also caused the collapse of the Slovakian government, which had linked its survival to a positive outcome of the poll.

The events in Bratislava coincided with an announcement by the outgoing president of the European Central Bank, Jean-Claude Trichet, who warned in his final appearance at the European Parliament in Brussels that the debt crisis in Europe had now reached systemic dimensions. "The high interconnectedness in the EU financial system has led to a rapidly rising risk of significant contagion. It threatens financial stability in the EU as a whole and adversely impacts the real economy in Europe and beyond," Mr. Trichet said.

Slovaks: How can we afford to help bail out Greeks?

The result in the Slovakian vote was due to the refusal of one of the four government coalition parties, the Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) party, to support Prime Minister Iveta Radicova. The conservative SaS argues that Slovakian taxpayers, earning on average 760 euros per month, which is just a few euros above the Greek minimum wage, should not have to bail out countries like Greece, which – unlike Slovakia – failed to implement necessary austerity measures to bring down state debt and cut budget deficits.

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The point of having an economy and a nation is to create a society which serves the PEOPLE.

When a system fails enough people?

That system is toast.
 

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