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Reason Around Town: Tim Cavanaugh Goes Greek With the Number One Name In Business…Cavuto! 6pm EST on FBN

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Reason Contributing Editor Tim Cavanaugh will appear on Neil Cavuto's Fox Business News show today to discuss the fiscal crisis in Greece and Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou's financial life coaching session with President Obama.

Starting at 6pm EST on Fox Business Channel.

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  1. Don’t forget to blame it on the Olympics.

    I’m not the only one; go here

    But the Olympics broke the bank. Government deficits rose every year after 1999, peaking at 7.5% of GDP in 2004, the year of the Olympics, thanks in large part to the 9 billion euro price tag for the Games. For a relatively small country like Greece, the cost of hosting the Games equaled roughly 5% of the annual GDP of the country.

    And then you can ask whether we should be “sorry” Chicago’s bid failed.

    1. Amazingly, apparently Chicago is in the red because a bunch of real estate deals centered around it winning the Olympics fell through. Imagine how boned they would have been had they got them.

  2. Tim, tell him I want his lunch money or I’ll kick his ass.

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