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PostPosted: Fri Jun 13, 2008 8:54 pm 
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... nobody could accuse us Irish of being sheep who followed the crowd ...

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/7453560.stm

"Uncharted territory".
Let's see how long it'll take til democracy gets thrown out the window. Will we be dragged back to the polling stations, to see if we can get the answer "right" in a second round?


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WELL DONE!!!!!!! True example of democracy. :Hoorah


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Every time I see something about the faceless unelected Twats over in Brussels I remember the erm...'successful' politician Neil Kinnock who jumped ship with his missus to become a MEP, being interviewed and taking questions on radio 4 about his job - a Woman rang in who worked in Brussels and said that she was alarmed by the amount of money being fiddled for expenses by all the MEP's - it was a frightening amount of money involved. Kinnock asked for her to stay online and have a chat after the programme.

It later transpired that she lost her job.


Fuck them and Fuck them all.

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Sir-Twangalot wrote:
a Woman rang in who worked in Brussels and said that she was alarmed by the amount of money being fiddled for expenses by all the MEP's - it was a frightening amount of money involved. Kinnock asked for her to stay online and have a chat after the programme.

It later transpired that she lost her job


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Christ! The absolute bastard! Didn't think he'd be involved in such a horrible situation. She was brave.

For whatever reasons, we as a nation have rejected the Treaty. But it's obvious that the powers that be are not happy with us...


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Well, they already calling the Irish vote "The Irish incident", and they planning to go ahead regardless. That's democracy for you :evil:


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