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With Spanish Election Results, Anti-Austerity Fever Spreads Across Europe


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The Greek experience shows that any real left party should stay in opposition.


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"Death of the Two Party System in Spain"

When will we be able to say that here in the US?


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Seriously!!!
When I go to the ice cream store I combine the cheesecake-flavored yogurt with the chocolate-chocolate ice cream ... I would NEVER vote for 2 flavors of the same ice cream! :yum:


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Lo Hicimos


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If you are watching from a land far far away from Spain, it will make interesting watching.

If you are in Spain you have new sorts of money problems to worry about, whether it is called 'austerity', or bank closure, or capital controls or something else. All of these statements go double if you are running a business in Spain and have to find a way to pay your workers. (Maybe the workers will relieve you of that problem by seizing the company and putting you out of a job...)

If you want to beat austerity you will need to find or invent a new peoples' currency system and banking system that is not subject to shut down by the oligarchic bankers or by the Germans or the ECB or anyone else.


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Alexis Tsipras.

Beware of Greeks bearing gifts. Alex Tsipras, the Trojan horse of the German bankers.


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