Friday, June 13, 2008

Good work Ireland

BBC News
Image from Guido

12 comments:

John M Ward said...

Indeed. Sense in what is becoming an increasingly senseless world...

Backbench Warrior said...

Sadly, the content of Lisbon will be shoved through. For the EU, it's just a waiting game. That's what happens when your target is the manufacturing of a superstate.

marvin said...

How can people be expected to vote for something that nobody seems to have much of a clue about, not, necessarily for want of trying?

They need to sort all the this shit out. I propose we set up a rival European Federation headquarters in Rome. A rival European project, but with balls, and simplicity.

silas said...

I see Richard Corbett is proposing pushing for another referendum. Not changing anything, just the same thing. Almost like "well, you got that wrong, try again"

some bloke said...

So where is UKs promised referendum DAVE ?

Yes, I know it will never happen but, like they say, " If you don't ask..."

Call me Gordon said...

Some bloke

Browns first name is Gordon, he's the Prime Minister, twat.

Free Ireland said...

If only the Engish would get out of Ireland we could really celebrate.

Will you support giving all of Ireland a referendum on that?

Mmmm.

dizzy said...

Why should the whole of Ireland have a referendum on Northern Ireland? Surely Norther Ireland should have a referendum on that? Plus I was unaware that the Unionist were Englishman. Is it some sort of strange proxy disease?

free ireland said...

There is only one Ireland.

The split is wrong and impossed.

You wont be there but in a couple of generations Muslims will claim your logic as England is split.

dizzy said...

*yawn* glad to see you consider the opinions of your fellow countrymen as valid then

Anonymous said...

Only a small fraction of Irish wish to be part of the UK.

You can't deny it.

dizzy said...

Who's denying anything? I;m just merely pointing out the at the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland have separate sovereignty, and the Northern Irish will make their own decisions. If there is to be a referendum on NI it for the people of NI to decide, not the people of the Republic. Now bugger off