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If we're going with 'radical left' shouldn't we go with 'fascist right' as well?

From here:

Syriza, the radical left-wing political party that won the Greek parliamentary elections over the weekend, surprised the EU by challenging economic reforms and the sanctions imposed on Russia.

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C. Finance

Ha, Greeks much smarter than Americans

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At the peak of unrest in Athens’s central Syntagma Square at the steps of the Parliament, graffiti was daubed on the wall of a foreign bank.

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I hope the Greeks f*ck over the people who have been f*cking them over for years

From Bloomberg here:

Greek voters go to the polls today in an election that will determine whether the country that triggered the debt crisis in 2010 holds to the path of economic reform or challenges its creditors and sets a precedent for all Europe.

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D. Politics

Just because it's legal doesn't mean it's not a scam

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This economy is entirely artificial. It is based on giving money (in various ways) to those who already have a lot of it.

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Wall Street's Drama Queen/Persecution Complex King continues to ring the alarm

From CNBC here:

JPMorgan agreed in November to pay $1 billion in penalties over its conduct in foreign exchange markets. Investigations into that and other areas of the bank’s business, including alleged manipulation of Libor interest rates, are continuing.

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Get back to work you peasant humps

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As many as 40 million Americans don’t have paid sick leave, mostly those who work in low income service sectors who do not have the kinds of benefit packages allowing paid time off that white-collar professions take for granted.

D. Politics

JPM Honcho Dimon may be cancer free, but he's a tumor on the body politic

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To see Dimon interacting with lawmakers is a surreal experience: they don’t just smile, they fawn and swoon and lose their senses. Whether it is Dimon’s riches, his power or his wardrobe, one can’t shake the feeling that the rumpled men of Congress, fighting it out in the swampy muck of politics, regard Dimon as the person they’d like to be reincarnated as.

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