Spain adds to euro crisis
The country is running a larger deficit than it expected, creating new headaches for eurozone finance ministers.
The only difference between us and the European governments is they have 'kicked the can down the road" way beyond the point of acute pain. But the US of A is quickly approaching the point of pain for all of us.
I don't think low interest rates or printing money is more than inflation and can kicking and won't be good for anyone. Maybe instead we should go back to wishing that all of a sudden a miracle happens. It worked in Greece, right?
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