Old Europe is Right on Stimulus by WSJ Staff
Original post made by Perspective, Midtown, on Mar 12, 2009
Link to WSJ public piece written by, presumably, the editorial staff of WSJ.
Read if you wish to understand where we are going wrong in our country, and how we can learn from the mistakes of Europe who has "been there, done that".
Read if you really believe you want us to become like Europe, and ask yourselves why you want to do this to the next several generations.
Read so you can be a more informed voter.
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