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Discussion in 'iPad' started by PracticalMac, May 24, 2012.
Cool read on CNet
Quoted part of it below.
Cool, but it's looking more grim for Greece regardless. They will go under soon--unless those iPads can print Euros.
We're head in the same direction as Greece if the current administration can't control its spending.
It's banks bleeding Greece dry. If Germany wants to borrow a few billion they pay 0.07% interest. If you want 200K for a new house you pay 3.78% interest. If Greece wants to borrow money those friendly bankers have no trouble asking 7% interest.
Not looking for political debate, just pointing out that 'certain people' will gain immensly from Greece' current crisis and they will even gain more when Greece falters. Tar, feather and run them out of town riding a rail..
(Greece itself is no worry for America. The total debt of Greece is ten days of US public spending..)
Greece has been in so much crap for so long.