The truth seems almost too easy… “The “foot in mouth” award goes to John McCain, and more proof that dementia is setting in with him. He was the first Western high official to admit that the Ukrainian military has been using illegal cluster munitions on civilians. But he added the usual depraved-politician spin by posing that if the US have given Ukraine modern weapons that would have been much more effective at killing, Kiev would not have “had to use” the cluster bombs. You just can’t make this stuff up!”
Lol, i’m really like the new Greek gov’t logic:
“But…alas…Greece’s leaders have a brilliant idea to solve all of these lingering problems and, of course, it has to do with money printing. Greece has suggested that the Euro-Zone’s central bank [ECB] simply purchase most of Greece’s near term [5 years] maturity debt and actually deliver the proceeds back to Greece.
Greece’s message to the Euro-Zone amounts to…since you are starting an indefinite debt monetization program in just two short months…why not include us in the money printing party too even though our ability to repay our obligations is essentially zero? Hey…we’ll even pay for the paper and ink….with the money you’ve already given to us.
Everybody wins… no write-offs for the Euro-Zone, a little breathing room for Greece, the euro depreciates even more [an objective of debt monetization] and when Greece, inevitably defaults, the ECB can just print more money for them, once again, to defer the inevitable pain.
“In your face” Euro-Zone.”