Greeks Reject Bailout-Supporting Politicians

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Greeks Reject Bailout-Supporting Politicians

Greeks handed a victory to anti-austerity politicians in Sunday's elections, which included a second-place finish for the Radical Left Coalition and victories for the extremist anti-immigrant party Golden Dawn. What do you think?

  • "Aw, it’s so cute that the European Central Bank is still letting them play democracy."

    Terry Eggleston
    Reeler
  • "As a financial analyst, I'm concerned about the effect on the world's supply of cucumber sauce."

    Leigh Greenwood
    Systems Analyst
  • "Golden Dawn would get my vote for their beautiful name alone. Their call to place land mines on the Greek borders is just icing on the cake."

    Bill Huettner
    Leader Tier