Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Part Dues Ex Machina

More non-anticipating:
Greece’s economy, reeling from austerity measures demanded by creditors in exchange for rescue funds, contracted almost a percentage point more last year than the government forecast, according to Bloomberg calculations. Gross domestic product fell 7 percent from a year earlier in the fourth quarter after contracting a revised 5 percent on an annual basis in the previous three months
Somebody should just keep shoveling these to David Gregory, just to discovery the manner in which he ignores them while demanding the poor need to suffer more than he and his tax bracket. (via AmericaBlog)


Anonymous said...

Heard Thom Hartmann say that CEO of Bosch called for Greece to drop the euro and go back to the drachma. Austerity is killing Bosch's exports.

pansypoo said...

when do bankers pay?