America Can Not Go the Way of Greece

As I mention in my video above, Greece is a fascinating story unfolding. I wish it was only Greece, but we have a few other countries in Europe that will be following it in the headlines over the coming year.

This is a good article on a few dissimilaries between Greece and the United States.

Why do you care?

When you’re at a summer BBQ, some know-it-all guy is going to start getting all apocalyptic on the US. You need the ammo to refute that.

America Can Not Go the Way of Greece – Link



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