Since Europe has higher unemployment and worse money problems than us, why do libs want to be like them?

Unemployment is 35% higher in the EU than the US and they have the artificial numbers just like the US that do not count people on permanent unemployment (welfare). Europe's number is over 16% real unemployment. Why do Liberals look at lack of success as the model?

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Answered By: James - 10/14/2012
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I honestly don't know I just can't figure out what goes on inside their tiny brains.
Answered By: You fool! - 10/14/2012
There is more to Europe than a number.
Answered By: Dale - 10/14/2012
Libs hate America. They are openly calling for our destruction
Answered By: Fight For Freedom - 10/14/2012
Power. That's it. There is nothing more complicated than that reason.
Answered By: Luv2Answer - 10/14/2012
Sarah Palin has the brain of a gnat, but I still like her body. Just because one part of Europe is one thing doesn't mean you can discard the rest.
Answered By: mommanuke - 10/14/2012
Because the liberal Goverment want's total control of the people.
Answered By: kwhotrods - 10/14/2012
Create need and dependency and people will rely on the nanny state to give them what they need to survive. Economic prosperity isn't part of the equation. Independent effort for survival is not encouraged. Greece is the model.
Answered By: Di - 10/14/2012
Most liberals mean well, and believe that the dominance of Government is the surest path to a "just" society. They are wrong, of course. Government is at best a necessary evil and once given supremacy it inevitably becomes a cruel master.
Answered By: AverageJoe - 10/14/2012
so your telling me the republican controlled congeress are libs they have been out to make obama fail so you should be asking why the cons in congeress want the usa to be like europe
Answered By: John - 10/14/2012
The problem with the EU is that national governments continued to borrow money endlessly while the times were good (which does sound like the US during the 00s). The difference, though, is that the EU countries that are in trouble have no control over their monetary policy, while the US has control over theirs.
Answered By: A Voice of Reason - 10/14/2012
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