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Judah speculated about how European “outrage” over the U.S. financial crisis may affect the Afghanistan mission. John McCain and Barack Obama have milked the “main street vs. Wall Street” narrative for political gain (never mind the significant contribution of main streeters who got in over their heads), so it is no surprise that European politicians are eager to point the finger across the pond, even if, for example, no one forced the European banks that are now in trouble to invest in the toxic securities that are now on their balance sheets. Angela Merkel sharply criticized the U.S. House of […]


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