May 7th, 2012
08:07 PM ET

'It's the (Greek) economy, stupid'

As voters in Europe turn to new leaders amid ever more difficult economic situations, what will the uncertainty overseas mean to America's economic recovery? Erin Burnett says–to paraphrase the message made famous by Bill Clinton in 1992–"it's the Greek economy, stupid."

Filed under: Economy • Politics
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  1. kat

    Why have Jack Abramoff on this show? He is a crook of the extreme degree and is now making yet more money from lobbying by coming out against it?! What, did he find Jesus in jail? Sorry, don't buy it Someone that in deep into all the things he was into just don't change over night into an angel. I don't think CNN should be legitimizing him by having him on like he did nothing. Bad call!

    May 8, 2012 at 3:05 am | Reply
  2. Barry Jackson

    Take out the "R" and you have GEEK....... : )
    The real reasonthey closed the hotel is because there was a motel across the street. Whel I guess they call em suites these dats.

    May 7, 2012 at 11:58 pm | Reply
  3. Chico Jones

    Why did you edit out Stephen Moore's rebuttal to the Sweden example at the end of that clip? You aired it on the show but edited it out of the internet clip. As they say in France, pourquoi??

    May 7, 2012 at 11:54 pm | Reply

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