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TheSquirrel TheSquirrel 46-50, M 4 Answers Nov 9, 2012 in Politics

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lol, more to the point would Americans allow such a plan to proceed as easily as Europeans, with the exception of Greece, have ?

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Would we have a choice. I wonder if we are in worse shape in some respects than Greece is. Oh, the screaming we would have.

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Noo, Greece is in a terrible way and even Spain has 25% unemployment with Social Security benefits draining the economy faster than it can be replaced.

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That's not different than the USA, except in percents of unemployed. As we grow more like Europe, the costs and risks of hiring rise, so you won't see a whole lot of job creation here.

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Having one decent dress to go hospital in

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Maybe or maybe not, but there are certainly things that would need to change in the USA to make it satisfy the conditions for new EU countries. Altough Obama is slowly working towards it because he gets a lot of his ideas from Europe. And he know it'll work because he sees it working in Europe. That's probably why Obama is far more popular in Europe than Romney is.

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Obama is probably more popular in Europe than he is in America.

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Definately! I remember a poll a few months back that said 90 percent of the Europeans would vote for him. Romney has only 10 percent.

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We all deserve what we vote into office.

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No. Is austerity working for any of them right now?

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Did eating all the seed corn work, either?

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