Greece, Spain, Portugal, Italy - debt is overpowering the EuroZone - and impacting the US as well. Wall Street's jitters and glitches aren't helping much! Tony's outraged by Obama's rhetoric about putting the boot on BP's neck, but Bob says that the outrage should be aimed at the many loopholes oil companies have been given. The UK election: will it be a hung parliament? Tony predicts another election is immanent. Bob says the Labor Party betrayed the labor movement. Everyone wants change but no one knows what change they want and the parties don't know what direction they're headed in either.The ramifications of the attempted terrorist bombing in NYC are still rolling in. And Newsweek's up for sale. Discuss!
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