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Richard Erlacher
03/01/12 06:58
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Denver, Co
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#186327 - war wouldn't solve the problem
Responding to: Satish S Munot's previous message
Aside from that, nobody could afford a war, least of all the Greeks. They're already bankrupt.

The big problem is that you have a drowning man who may take his rescuers with him. An even larger problem is that the man is drowning because of the system. With no unity in government, there's no muscle to enforce "rules" of how to run the economy.

If one man is drowning, he expects others to save him. However, there's nothing to prevent him from falling into the same pool again. Countries enjoy the economic freedom gained through the absence of economic borders, yet they refuse to give up the absolute sovereignty that prevents the community from enforcing its rules. They can go right on spending more than they produce.

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List of 21 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Greece Crisis      Satish S Munot      02/29/12 13:06      
   when        Erik Malund      02/29/12 14:42      
      do you mean      AP Charles      05/19/12 00:24      
   Well, ...      Andy Neil      02/29/12 15:33      
      Insufficiant effort      Satish S Munot      03/01/12 00:12      
         war?      Stefan KAnev      03/01/12 02:13      
         war wouldn't solve the problem      Richard Erlacher      03/01/12 06:58      
            War?      Per Westermark      03/01/12 07:22      
               Capital of Greece?      Murray R. Van Luyn      04/29/12 03:06      
   As always...        Kai Klaas      02/29/12 16:23      
      Devaluation of money      Per Westermark      02/29/12 17:01      
         That's exactly the solution ... however ...      Richard Erlacher      02/29/12 20:33      
            Social progress and change is often slow      Per Westermark      03/01/12 03:01      
               (SP)Stander & Poor Ratting      Satish S Munot      03/01/12 10:49      
            return to the Drachma will be cathastrofic      Stefan KAnev      03/01/12 11:38      
               ??      Kai Klaas      03/01/12 13:30      
                  You are right,Kai      Stefan KAnev      03/02/12 00:27      
               I don't agree      Oliver Sedlacek      03/02/12 04:39      
      austerity      Andy Peters      03/03/12 19:34      
         from what I've gleaned from the news ...      Richard Erlacher      03/04/12 08:20      
      New Testament      John D. Maniraj      03/06/12 08:25      

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