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Greece – Excess Government Fat Creates an Unhealthy Patient

May 11, 2010

It may be over 4,000 miles away, but it is wise for all of us to have a clear awareness as to what is occurring in Greece.

The country’s decades long leftward tilt has resulted in a sick economy with no chance of reviving itself without help. The debt is larger than their GDP. They don’t have the economic structure to pay it back and now must depend on the kindness of strangers to get them out of sickbay.

The people rioting in the streets are government workers and others who obtain their source of revenue from other people’s money (the government). They are angry, violent, and are breaking the law.

This lesson in real time should be a warning about the future for American and New Jersey citizens. The medicine being administered by our Governor may not taste so great now, but it is our only chance to avoid the type of epidemic that is going on in Europe, California, and New York.

Let’s hope that the doses of fiscal sanity, prescribed by Doctor Christie, will reinvigorate the New Jersey economy and that it is not too late to have a full recovery.
Let’s hope that the doses of fiscal sanity, prescribed by Doctor Christie, will reinvigorate the New Jersey economy and that it is not too late to have a full recovery.

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  1. May 11, 2010 5:02 pm

    Socialist agendas lead to a state of disillution that destroy a nation. Our current administration must adhere to what is going on in Greece and throughout europe. Only common sense will help Greece and Europe out of the problems. This is why we need Zallie, Decristofaro, Runyan, and Glading.

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