Hope is coming. That’s all Greeks brutalized by austerity that hit workers, pensioners and the poor but excluded the rich, politicians and tax cheats, had to hear.
With elections looming Jan. 25, Greek politicians are reverting to what they know best: trying to scare the hell out of voters.
No matter how it plays out, the process to elect a Greek President has brought shame and ridicule to the petty politicians playing power games.
Jailed Greek angry anarchist-bank robber Nikos Romanos says he won’t eat until he’s allowed to get out to go to college. Well, don’t eat.
With no fixed pro wrestling to watch, Greeks instead have to rely on the charade of soccer, an alleged sport that’s crooked and convoluted.
You’ll have to watch the ending of Chinatown on slow rewind a bunch of times to figure if Greece has come back from an economic crisis.
Greece’s Left would work with the Right and Greek politicians would make a coalition with the Devil if it would keep them in power for personal gain.
It could be argued that Greek Diaspora bondholders got what they deserved when the government stiffed investors with 74 percent losses.
Since Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras won’t let us interview him directly, here’s some of the questions he would have been asked, and failed to answer.
With SYRIZA opening a galloping lead, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras is offering a lot of giveaways for Greeks but spooking too soon over the Leftists.