Colm Buckley wrote:
> Europhobes who whinge endlessly about the "democratic deficit" of the EU
> would do well to remember that the deficit remains in place largely
> because of them.
Great so Colm... let the Union come up with a document, that fixes, it's
internal structures... before, it goes asking for any _more_ influence,
over the destinies of it's citizens.
Euro-ideologues, seem to have a genuine contempt, for those of us, to
dare to question their quasi-Orwellian dogma, that if it originates from
the EU... and distances "Ireland" particularly from the bad-old-days...
that _whatever_ the failings of European proposal-x... those who
disagree with it... are suffering from some sort of mental shortfall...
The notion that voting to give _more_ power, to a European structure,
that is by the pro-Federalist's own admission, broken, and setup to
allow continued abuse of power "essentially" apparently _isn't_ any kind
of shortfall of logic, reason or mental faculty.
Clearly the lack of ability to countenance one's opinions, with such
circular logic... _is_ just another mental shortfall...
Thank God Professor Romano Prodi is on hand, to inform us Paddies of how
stupid we are.
 Though, apparently that's our fault, not theirs.
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