ROME (Reuters) – Protesters set fire to cars, threw paint and smoke bombs at the Italian parliament and clashed with riot police on Tuesday in Rome's worst violence for years after Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi survived a confidence vote. Rest of article hereLooks like we have another group of ticked off students again, this time in Rome. It seems like everywhere you look people want to riot because the time to pay the piper is here. Overspending at some point catches up with you or your country and yo can't avoid it as we can plainly see by events happening around us. We here in the US are not immune, it will just take a little longer. The cuts that we need to be are all third rail in nature but cuts will have to be done, cooking the books will not work. Duck and cover people it's coming.