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Talking about Spain’s massive undershoot of deficit reduction from the latest European Commission report, Olli Rehn said today, “It seems the structural fiscal effort has been undertaken and that there has also been an unexpected shortfall of growth, but we’ll have to verify this.”

Thus the austerity which was always going to kill growth produced a shortfall, but somehow Olli judged it to be unexpected and in need of verification. Is it just me, or do other Europeans resent paying even 0.001% (let alone 20%) of their taxes to employ the reincarnation of Mad Professor Jerry Lewis in a position of EU-wide fiscal responsibility? In fact, I am here to tell you that this is a somewhat Lewisist observation, given that Dean Martin’s long-time comedy partner was actually a very bright man indeed. Olli Rehn is a very stupid man, but can you imagine him trying to act stupid and…

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