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July 28th, 2012, 00:48
Originally Posted by dteowner View Post
I'm curious how y'all reconcile your amputation plan with your enlightened global thinking. After all, we all know what happens to the body part that gets amputated. Sure, the rest of the body might survive and even prosper, but at what cost?
The amputated body part analogy isnt all that relevant. Greece still trades with Europe and would benefit from a combination of a devaluation and reduced uncertainty in the trading partners.

I'm not sure the transition would be more painful than the (to some extent fairly stupid and counter-productive) austerity policies either.
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