It’s Always Been A Sovereignty Issue Stupid!

A commentator this morning mentioned obvious sovereignty issues with EU countries not faring well under the continental common currency. Duhh!! This should not be a light bulb moment. Currency always has been and always will be a matter of of sovereignty. It signifies culture and place. It doesn’t take grade school level intuition to realize such a simple idea. Attention FOX network. Several European heads of state are perfect candidates for a special diplomatic edition of ‘Are You Smarter than a Fifth Grader’. It’s apparent that many of our allies on the other side of the pond are not.

Guess I’m going being forced to move forward on my plans to advise European leaders on what constitute good ideas and absolutely dumb ones before they finish off the world economy once and for all. The European Union is going out of its way to plunge us into a world wide depression. Get ready for World War III to kick off any moment now. The Greeks have long since had enough of everybody pushing them around and the rest of the 17 Euro currency countries are officially at the beck and call of the French and Germans.

 


Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Nicolas Sarkozy set out rules for a new Europe. Photo: Reuters

 

President Obama will probably be blamed for the whole mess since, as the world cop, we’re supposed to save everybody’s ass. Show of hands, can we finally leave the Europeans to their own devices and let them duke it out? For once I’m an isolationist. Let’s not help them with a damn thing. Tim Geithner, get your ass back over here right now. Can’t get any worse for us that it already loose so let’s just cut the Old World loose and move on. Yeah, I know it’s not gonna happen but there’s my vote anyway.

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3 Responses to It’s Always Been A Sovereignty Issue Stupid!

  1. Joshua S Black December 5, 2011 at 5:23 pm #

    Sadly, I don’t believe that any of those countries have the guts to tear up the treaties and walk away.

  2. Paul McKenzie December 6, 2011 at 10:13 am #

    Nah. Folks this is really a bump in the road. Germany and France by themselves are economic also rans to the BRIC nations. They need the rest of Europe united to stay relevant. They may boot Greece for fraud, but the Euro will stay those countries no longer have the oomph to compete without it.

  3. チャンルー October 8, 2013 at 9:05 am #

    ブレスレット チャンルー

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