- Greece is still bankrupt.
- Eurozone leaders are still pretending it isn't.
- Some other Eurozone countries are bankrupt.
- Eurozone leaders are still pretending they aren't.
- The usual 'we have a grand solution' before an EU meeting turns out to be more of the same, with no changes since July's agreement.
- Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou claims that Greece will rise again with help of his European 'partners'.
- EU leaders are split on how to deal with the crisis.
- The solution of fiscal union cannot get pass various Eurozone governments.
- The EU response to a rapidly moving crisis is being conducted (as always) at the speed of a valium-taking tortoise.
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