May European Parliament: Daniel Hannan, MEP on spending…

Daniel Hannan gives a speech in the European Parliament in May 2009. Daniel Hannan is Conservative MEP for South East England, blogs every day at www.hannan.co.uk and is author of The Plan: Twelve Months to Renew Britain; http://www.amazon.co.uk/Plan-Twelve-M…

May 19, 2009. Tags: , , , , , , , , , . Economy, Obama Administration, Politics, Popular Culture, Uncategorized. Comments off.

G20 Preview…

Bloomberg:

G-20 begins first full day of official meetings on Thursday. (Market Week)

April 1, 2009. Tags: , , , , , , , , . Economy, Finance, Obama Administration, Politics, Taxes, Uncategorized. Comments off.

Gordon Brown to G20: Spendaholics of the World Unite!

Somebody save us from these loons, they are spending us ALL into the next millenium..they want GLOBAL bankruptcy apparently to ensure no one can recover..

Now that TOTUS has his budget to bankrupt us for generations sailing along nicely, he is off for the second leg of his Grand Tour in which he and Gordon Brown convince the rest of the industrialized world that they too can make friends and influence people, if they just keep spending…

WTH is wrong with these people?

CNBC/AFX:

A draft G20 communique shows Britain wants the group of leading economies to pledge $2 trillion in stimulus when they meet in London next week, German magazine Der Spiegel reported…

In the draft communique it cited, the magazine also said the $2 trillion was in brackets, showing that it is a proposal by G20 president Britain that has not been approved by the broader group. Der Spiegel said the draft stated the stimulus would boost growth by 2 percentage points and employment by 19 million….

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who will host the April 2 summit, has said he expects world leaders to do “whatever it takes” to create growth and jobs when they come together.

The draft cited by Der Spiegel includes the following pledge: “We are determined to restore growth, resist protectionism and to reform our markets and institutions for the future.” It continues: “We believe that an open world economy, based on the principles of the market, effective regulation and strong global institutions, can ensure sustainable globalisation with rising well-being for all.”

March 28, 2009. Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Art, Economy, Entertainment, Fantasy, Finance, Music, Obama Administration, Politics, Popular Culture, TARP, Taxes, Uncategorized. 1 comment.

G20 Notes: Continental Europe is So Tired: Socialist Shoe on The Other Left Foot: French Parliament to Sarkozy: Be More like Obama..Germany’s Merkel, Just Says No to Global Stimulus..

Global Karma Baby, I truly hated watching Sarkozy schmoozing all over nominee Obama during Obamapalooza…now he is fighting off Hopenchange fevah in the form of ‘tax the rich’ legislation at home…

And Angela Merkel, (who had to inform Team Obama is isn’t okay to do a campaign event at the Brandenburg gate) in the land of the thousands of media hyped Obama adoring Berliners, and schmoozy Sarkozy are teaming up to send Timmeh home emptyhanded from the G20...Sounds as though Old Continental Europe is not interested in HopenChange…they are so tired…

Here’s to Old Europe, they are tired of socialism..ironic no?

Background on the G20 failure by Team Obama:

However, Eurozone officials continued to put off a U.S. push for more coordinated government spending to stimulate economies.

Key players in the Eurozone, especially France and Germany, have rejected U.S. demands for spending increases to solve the recession, and said that recovery plans should focus on tighter regulation.

Last weekend’s meeting was intended to set the agenda for the group’s April 2 summit in London, which is being viewed as the acid test to determine whether the world’s leaders can find enough common ground for a solution to the global economic crisis…

Britain, led by Prime Minister Gordon Brown, attempted to bridge divisions between the United States and Europe on the stimulus issue, but was thwarted by Germany, whose officials maintain that fixing the financial system must remain priority one.

It makes no sense to pump more and more money in our economy when we haven’t restored the confidence on the financial market,” German Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck told the Associated Press.

(more…)

March 18, 2009. Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Cabinet, Economy, Entertainment, Film, Finance, Immigration, Music, Obama Administration, Politics, Popular Culture, Taxes, Uncategorized. Comments off.

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