I'm not an economist, and I'm thankful for that, but this just makes me think that the eurozone has MUCH bigger problems than the ECB's monetary policy. I mean, they're pretty fscked anyway with the collapse of credit and housing markets in their most dynamic economies (never mind what's happened to everyone else -- German banks?). I wonder if they can pull off the trick of getting their economies to slow down faster than their birthrates?
I guess I should just be glad I'm where I am. Barely.