On Thu, 10 Mar 2005 11:31:10 +0000, Colm MacCarthaigh <colm at stdlib.net> wrote:
>> >  Recent events with the patent fiasco, only reaffirm the belief that
> > the EU, is incompetent to govern effectively.
>> And you think the Oireachtas isnt?
>In my simple view, it doesn't matter who has the power, who is in
control. They are all incompetent to rule. This wont change until we
have responsibility = control
Until such time as when a minister decides that a new €10 billion
motorway will solve all traffic problems, its implemented (Costing 15
billion) and then fails that the minister is then hung by his petard's
we will see continuous bad decisions made.
At the moment a decision is made to build a motorway to solve traffic
problems, it instead makes them somewhat worse (a certain motorway
with 50 in its name comes to mind), and it is nobody's fault. Don't
blame me, it was the previous governments fault.
the best solution is to shoot anyone who wants to rule other people :-)
Surely that shows some mental instability, put them out of their
misery Why the need to control others?
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