Friday, December 23, 2011

Irish Referendum Comments on Fiscal Compact Treaty

"We have journeyed to you, comrade Stalin, as our great friend in order to report our consideration on the course of events in Poland and check on the correctness of our evaluation of the political situation in our country."

Boleslaw Bierut, President of Poland in 1946 

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have no sympathy for the Irish in this matter. They voted for the Lisbon Treaty. They were so full of the EU spirit that made the small nation big that they forgot who and what they were. Now they are reaping the benefits of the EU. Their politicians should not have accepted the liabilities of AIB, but in the spirit of European solidarity the Irish taxpayers will be paying until hell freezes over.

Luckily we have St David who vetoes treaties.

Happy Christmasand best wishes for the New Year.

11:20 AM  

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