Stocks slip on Wall Street as concerns over Cyprus and Italy resurface

  • Article by: MATTHEW CRAFT , Associated Press
  • Updated: March 27, 2013 - 4:55 PM

NEW YORK - Investors just can't get past Europe.

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unclemushyMar. 27, 13 4:24 PM

The government raiding peoples banks accounts is nothing short of frightening. It is believed that Italy and Spain will follow suit. Don't put it past liberals, democrats and Obama to suggest the same should be done here. These people have an insatiable appetite for spending other peoples money, a deep hatred for those who achieved success without the governments help and will stop at nothing to satisfy their greed and envy.

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dflleftMar. 27, 13 6:31 PM

Obama said at the podium numerous times, we tried it "their way"..it doesn't work. He was referring to capitaism and his new way is European style socialism....you can see for your own eyes how his new way will fail.

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benedict636Mar. 27, 13 8:56 PM

The Eurozone and the EU for that matter are an absolute cesspool. What needs to be done is bust it before it collapses the world's financial system. We need to declare the Euro a failed currency and refuse to accept it for trade. These evil Eurocrats are totally out of control.

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