Tsipras became prime minister of the first euro zone government openly opposed to the austerity policies which the European Union and International Monetary Fund imposed on Greece as a condition of its bailout.
"Greece leaves behinds catastrophic austerity, it leaves behind fear and authoritarianism, it leaves behind five years of humiliation and anguish," Tsipras told thousands of cheering supporters gathered in Athens.
Tsipras said on Sunday he would cooperate with fellow euro zone leaders for "a fair and mutually beneficial solution" but said the Greek people came first. "Our priority from the very first day will be to deal with the big wounds left by the crisis," he said. "Our foremost priority is that our country and our people regain their lost dignity."
Tsipras's campaign slogan "Hope is coming!" resonated with voters worn down by huge budget cuts and heavy tax rises during six years of crisis and pushed millions into poverty.
The other pea in the pod, Obama, head of the regime and Marxist/Progressives, will seek to bust through spending limits for domestic programs, the regime said, negating the effects of across-the-board cuts agreed to by both Marxist/Progressives and Republicans and signed by Obama into law.
Obama's budget proposal to Congress will "fully reverse" the so-called sequestration cuts on the domestic side the regime said, as Obama prepared to meet with House Marxist/Progressives at their annual retreat in Philadelphia. The budget will be fully paid for with cuts to inefficient spending programs and closing tax loopholes it was claimed.
The brazen proposal from the head of the regime, two months after voters booted Marxist/Progressives from control of Congress, reflected the new found confidence on the economy. Obama's aides believe that improving conditions give Obama credibility to push his spending priorities unabashedly. The head Marxist believes we should end the era of manufactured crises and mindless austerity, the regime said in a statement.
These two situations take place in different nations, on different continents, and different economies, but they both sing exactly the same tune; the tune written by Marx and instituted by Lenin, Mao, Castro, and Chavez. The results in these situations were the same and if Greece and the United States follow that same path of “Share the Wealth,” they will have the same results; dependence, destitution, despair, and decay in all areas of society.