Those crazy Swedes:
Sweden's centre-right on Saturday announced income tax cuts of 10 billion kronor to stimulate the job market, its primary objective.
Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt and three other ministers in the four-party coalition said the reduction would mean most wage earners would have 200 to 250 kronor (20 to 25 euros, 29 to 36 dollars) more in take-home pay every month.
They must think that it's the private sector that creates jobs and that people will do something productive and beneficial to the whole country if allowed to keep more of their own money. That's not just crazy, it's craaaazzy. Somebody should tell them that only the government can stimulate the economy and "save or create" millions and millions of jobs.