Coup d’etat

Speaking of terms that are rarely applied contemporaneously with the relevant events, but often affixed by consensus after the fact with the benefit of hindsight, it’s not an unfair characterization of the recent installations of Papademos in Greece and Super Mario Monti in Italy.

Meanwhile, it’s always fun to check in on Max Keiser.  Beginning at about the 6:19 mark, he appears to be advocating the same thing as me, but he’s months later of course:

 

You can’t blame him for not coming up with the constitutional amendment idea.  After all, he’s not a lawyer.

 

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