The Washington Times - October 23, 2008, 03:47PM

Oh, c’mon!

The world’s markets have been ruffled by Russia, assaulted by Asia and eulogized by Europe. [Writer’s note: That last one for Europe is weak, I know, but there aren’t a lot of rough-and-tumble words beginning with “eu.” It was that or “euthanize.”]


Now they’ve been laid low by Latin America?

It seems that as soon as finance officials plug a hole in one region, another area springs a leak. What’s next, the Maldives?