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Timothy Murphy wrote:
| On Thursday 17 February 2005 19:50, John McCormac wrote:
|||>I tend to have a very cynical view of
|>politicans when it comes to this kind of thing. To me, they all appear
|>to have been bought and paid for.
||| If you mean the members of the EU Commission are corrupt,
| I am quite sure you are wrong.
| In general, the Commission reflect the views of the constituent
And to come to that conclusion, you must believe that the constitudent
governments aren't corrupt, yeah?
So the bit where the UK invaded Iraq, where Italy's government is run by
berlusconi who changes rules so that media companies get more money
rather than have important soccer teams relegated. I'm sure the
governments may not be corrupt by a strict definition of the world, but
they're definitely extremely fishy.
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