Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Yeah, but it’s just a “League Table,” Right?

Britain now scores below 80 points on a range of key indicators, dropping into the "mostly free" camp with Germany, Japan, Bahrain, Armenia and Trinidad.
The government’s hunrgy , mauling orifice is nearly 45% of the nation’s GDP, and like the days of Callahan, power outages and incessant striking, it once again feels like people want to relave “weak” socialism with “strong” communism. Aren’t they just so cute?
Two eurozone shockers are Italy (64), and Greece (80), now ranked lowered than most of the old Communist bloc.
Surely, Albanians must be surprised.

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