The Greek Bailout Is Blowing Up

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The Greek Bailout Is Blowing Up

http://www.businessinsider.com/northern-eurozone-countries-say-no-more-concessions-for-greece-2011-6

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PASOK members saying they will vote against Austerity

This could get interesting. The confidence vote only passed by 4 votes and that was with all PASOK members voting for it. They are already coming out now against Austerity vote next week, which is required to get a bailout. That on top of an all day strike is combining to be one interesting show next week.

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Who Gets Stuck if Greece Defaults

Following the bouncing Euro...

http://www.businessinsider.com/greece-default-contagion-2011-6#

Now it's easy to see why they'll try anything to stop Greece from Defaulting...

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Fail

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Destiny

The Greek bailout was destined to fail from Day One. Ignore all of this noise coming out of the EU. It will fail from lack of votes, it will fail due to revolution in the steets, it will fail because men are weak or it will fail because in the end they cannot restructure Greek debt without a default of one form or another. But in the end...it will fail.

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