Beaten down by its unending support for harsh austerity measures, Greece’s New Democracy Conservatives are trying to rebuild the badly-battered party.
The only winner in the second Greek elections this year was SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras who’s about to put a new big hurt on Greeks.
On Sept. 20 Greeks march to the polls again, some delusional fewl believing it will make a difference in their lives or the country’s destiny.
There’s no hope that Greece’s second round of general elections on Sept. 20 – the second in eight months – will change anything at all.
Former Parliamentary Speaker Zoe Constantopoulou would settle for being the new Queen of Greece, which is without a monarchy.
You can put the numbers on a Cray super-computer and line up the toady acolyte economists but Greece can’t repay its debt now or ever.
Say what you want about the Cuckoo Left SYRIZA party of Prime Minister Alexis “U-Turn” Tsipras, they are a flat out entertaining show!
In the end, Greek Prime Minister Alexis “U-Turn” Tsipras did the right thing to keep Greece from dissolving off the map.
After four months of banging their heads together the financial advisors of the Looney Left SYRIZA party came up with raising taxes to save Greece?
The certainty for Greeks as politicians wrangle over reforms and debt deals, is that workers, pensioners and the poor will pay the cost again.