A perspective on the abolition of the countries of Europe and with it the rights and freedoms of a whole continent of people.
So says Angela.
Well I hope she is right, because we are still due a referendum, which by this logic, could screw the whole thing up.
1/17/2007 04:18:00 pm
Oh come ON!If it's the same constitution, it won't pass the French and Dutch, so we won't need (or get) a referendum. If it's not the same document, the bastards wll claim their referendum promise only applied to the previous version, and this time there is "nothing constitutional" so we don't need (or get) one.
Those b*stards will do what it takes to get the constitution through. Ireland gave the 'wrong' answer once before - they were asked again till they got it right. France and Holland will roll over too. (France certainly will, I expect Holland to resist a little.)In Britain, the politicians will shift the arguement and re-frame the question until they pass the thing.That is - unless the people ever WAKE UP!
"unless the people ever WAKE UP! "People normally wake up when they feel the adverse consequences.
yet another socialist constitution no doubt. The sooner we leave, the better.
Then join UKIP Mr Skinner. Your bunch of apologists are going nowhere.
The French will vote for it if they get more free money for their lazy worthless farmers. The Dutch, however, are becoming even more euroskeptic than you brits. The euro completely killed the economy here. I predict even a bigger NEE vote on the next time around.
Beachhutman, I also fear there will be no referendum. The EU Constitution will be abreviated and recycled as a Treaty. Only the Irish will get a vote. And they will vote yes.Francesucks, I wish it were so but opinion polling suggests that even the old constitutional text would now secure a yes vote in the Netherlands. Whatever people are saying on the street. It's all academic....
EU and success in the same sentence!Ur?
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