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Your argument is that the public expenditure/GDP ratio should fall by decreasing the numerator. The Greek governments have been doing that for the past 4 years, leading to a GDP shrink of 28% and a consequent plummet in the private expenditure part of the numerator leading to an unchanging if not increasing ratio.Krugman's argument, which thus far remains untested, is that the only way to reduce the ration is to increase the denominator. Private bussiness is wiped out and the only remaining avenue is EU investment.
You admonish Mr. Krugman that he keeps making the same wrong predictions but you fail to base your assumptions to reality. P.S. If you don't believe that the Greek Goverment has slashed spending google the image "evangelismos overcrowding"
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@Penenberg In the 4th paragraph you need to either add an object to your gerund or change it to a noun.
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Greg Kumparak should change his byline photo ASAP. Now make a top 40 people in tech by dating/cruising site impersonators.
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I don't understand what the big deal is. The fact, that Apple has been shipping whorehouse goldenpages in Siri for the past year, has largely been ignored while he is providing a totally nonreprehensible service.
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Reading this makes me happy, that I graduated the year, social media exploded.
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I actually find your font too big not the others too small. I prefer small fonts which minimize scrolling, allowing a more relaxed, off-hands reading stance. Also consult your optometrist, perhaps you need prescription glasses.
That ad look awful.
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I'd buy you the Humble Bundle and over the counter anti-depressants.
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I hate the fact that everything is a -gate. That is the true Journalismgate of our time.
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de jour actually
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de jure != du jour
@ErikaBatista He is British. Absurd is a synonym of funny for them.
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