They're certainly livening up Germany's election. And the new anti-euro party Alternative for Germany is also highlighting the country's relationship with the rest of the euro zone. Money up in smoke is their view of euro zone bailouts. It's not shared by everyone but there is a good chance the AfD will get the 5% share of votes it needs to enter the national parliament. Not bad, considering they only burst onto the scene earlier this year, led by economics professor Bernd Lucke.
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