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http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090325/ap_on_bi_ge/eu_eu_us_economy

Well, even very liberal and somewhat socialist Europe thinks that obama’s diarrhea spending habits are more than bad, they are flat out scary.

Obama is taking some huge chances, I hope for the sake of all of us he is right, because if he’s wrong, we’re in deep shit. I think he is wrong, congress needs to reel him in, I ain’t counting on dumb bitch Pelosi to do it though.

[quote]pat wrote:
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090325/ap_on_bi_ge/eu_eu_us_economy

Well, even very liberal and somewhat socialist Europe thinks that obama’s diarrhea spending habits are more than bad, they are flat out scary.
[/quote]

Ahhh I feel you- so now one Czech minister who holds the ROTATING presidency of the EU speaks for all of “socialist Europe” even though nearly everyone else the article mentioned didn’t echo his feelings at all?

Shit man, you should work for Fauxnews with that headline.

[quote]FightinIrish26 wrote:
pat wrote:
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090325/ap_on_bi_ge/eu_eu_us_economy

Well, even very liberal and somewhat socialist Europe thinks that obama’s diarrhea spending habits are more than bad, they are flat out scary.

Ahhh I feel you- so now one Czech minister who holds the ROTATING presidency of the EU speaks for all of “socialist Europe” even though nearly everyone else the article mentioned didn’t echo his feelings at all?

Shit man, you should work for Fauxnews with that headline. [/quote]

Associate Press wrote the article with the title. And don’t be shy name one country that agree with doubling the national debt? Come on don’t be shy?

Do you have any evidence that Fox News reports faulty news? Put up, or shut up.

This Op-Ed fro the WSJ seems to echo the same thing:

Czech Prime Minister Mirek Topolanek has seen both socialism and capitalism at work firsthand. He obviously based his comments on his experience with both.

The US hasn’t experience socialism yet, but soon will, with predictable consequences.

It’s not just the rotating EU president, although he does have power to speak for everyone in the EU (of course not everyone will agree with him, but it’s the nature of a presidency to be the nominal head). People in England see it too–there was a Telegraph article a little while ago that hit on the dangerous spending levels. It’s not just the one Czech guy.

[quote]FightinIrish26 wrote:
pat wrote:
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090325/ap_on_bi_ge/eu_eu_us_economy

Well, even very liberal and somewhat socialist Europe thinks that obama’s diarrhea spending habits are more than bad, they are flat out scary.

Ahhh I feel you- so now one Czech minister who holds the ROTATING presidency of the EU speaks for all of “socialist Europe” even though nearly everyone else the article mentioned didn’t echo his feelings at all?

Shit man, you should work for Fauxnews with that headline. [/quote]

I would not diss Topolanek. He is a better man than the leaders of France, Britain, Germany. If those dirtbags disagree with him he must be right.

I want to leave the U.S.

Aw… I was expecting a thread about the skulls of unbaptized children and fetuses.

You disappoint me Pat.

On a less disturbing note:

I still don’t care what the EU thinks, even when I agree with them.

Actually France has been giving Advice to the US in the last few days too.

British Gilt edged bond auction was a failure. When this happens in the US it will drive rates up, further driving the economy down.

The Fed was stepping in to buy treasuries in the open market so this may have already begun.

This administration is going to destroy this country thru it’s misguided policies and we have nobody to blame but ourselves.

[quote]Beowolf wrote:
Aw… I was expecting a thread about the skulls of unbaptized children and fetuses.

You disappoint me Pat.

On a less disturbing note:

I still don’t care what the EU thinks, even when I agree with them.[/quote]

An abortion thread will be forth coming…Can’t do it ad nauseum though. Beside, it gets tiresome to win the argument all the time.

[quote]belligerent wrote:
I want to leave the U.S.[/quote]

Don’t let the door hit you in the ass bro.

[quote]Beowolf wrote:
Aw… I was expecting a thread about the skulls of unbaptized children and fetuses.

You disappoint me Pat.

On a less disturbing note:

I still don’t care what the EU thinks, even when I agree with them.[/quote]

You should care. Because a lot of what is going on over there is going to be brought over here. If you pay attention to happenings in Europe you will be well aware of what is going on when the powers that be try to do the same thing here.

[quote]Sifu wrote:
Beowolf wrote:
Aw… I was expecting a thread about the skulls of unbaptized children and fetuses.

You disappoint me Pat.

On a less disturbing note:

I still don’t care what the EU thinks, even when I agree with them.

You should care. Because a lot of what is going on over there is going to be brought over here. If you pay attention to happenings in Europe you will be well aware of what is going on when the powers that be try to do the same thing here. [/quote]

Oh I pay attention alright. I just don’t care what their leaders think of the US. They tend to be biased against us no matter what we do. I’d be a hypocrite to ignore them when they disagreed with me only put them on a pedestal and point when we have common ground.

[quote]Beowolf wrote:
Sifu wrote:
Beowolf wrote:
Aw… I was expecting a thread about the skulls of unbaptized children and fetuses.

You disappoint me Pat.

On a less disturbing note:

I still don’t care what the EU thinks, even when I agree with them.

You should care. Because a lot of what is going on over there is going to be brought over here. If you pay attention to happenings in Europe you will be well aware of what is going on when the powers that be try to do the same thing here.

Oh I pay attention alright. I just don’t care what their leaders think of the US. They tend to be biased against us no matter what we do. I’d be a hypocrite to ignore them when they disagreed with me only put them on a pedestal and point when we have common ground.[/quote]

Yes I concur. But if it helps Obama fail his socialist agenda, I’ll take all the help I can get.

[quote]FightinIrish26 wrote:
pat wrote:
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090325/ap_on_bi_ge/eu_eu_us_economy

Well, even very liberal and somewhat socialist Europe thinks that obama’s diarrhea spending habits are more than bad, they are flat out scary.

Ahhh I feel you- so now one Czech minister who holds the ROTATING presidency of the EU speaks for all of “socialist Europe” even though nearly everyone else the article mentioned didn’t echo his feelings at all?

Shit man, you should work for Fauxnews with that headline. [/quote]

Actually both the French and German Prime ministers said similar things about the US plan to increase debt levels several weeks back. Only the deluded Gordo Brown agrees with Obama’s scheme which is surprising considering the crappy DVD box set gift he was given by Obama.