Greece to Reduce Debt through Euro Cup Gambling
Athens – While many in Europe were celebrating a rousing start to the Euro of 2012, many Greek politicians were cheering the success of its new gambling based fiscal policy.
The country of has officially announced that it is placing approximately 67%, or roughly $201 Billion USD, of its GDP on bets on multiple games throughout the tournament. On the June 8th Poland Greece game, Greece placed three bets. In a statement released from the Greek Ministry of Finance, Minister Spanakopatopolus announced the countries fiscal win fall.
“ It is with great pride that today that I can announce the grand success of Greece’s new deficit reduction plan, after placing a $35 billion USD in wagers with William Hill in Yorkshire England I can proudly say as a nation we beat the spread, picked the final score and who received the first yellow card. Greece almost doubled its bet”
After the Greek announcement the booking house William Hill released that it had been recently been contacted by the finance ministries of Italy, Spain, Portugal, and Ireland; all placing bets on upcoming games.
On the heels of these announcements investor sprang to purchase Euro Bonds stating that this is the most responsible fiscal policy ever exhibited by Greece or any other European nation.
Greece’s new fiscal policy can also be seen on this side of the Atlantic as well. Earlier today in Elmont New York, a Greek Finance minister, who for some inexplicable reason was holding on baseball bat dotted in clumps of horse hair and blood, announced that Greece had decided to bet against “I’ll have Another “ to take the Triple Crown. The Greek official stated they are anticipating some to be wrong with his leg.
Additionally in Las Vegas, a team of crowbar wielding, extremely buff and very mercenary like Greek “Deputy Finance Ministers” held a press conference outside of Timothy Bradley’s hotel room announcing Greece has also chosen Manny Pacquiao for this Saturday’s fight.