From: Brian O'Donoghue (Brian.ODonoghue at domain kbs.ie)
Date: Mon 01 Jul 2002 - 11:33:19 IST
[I can say the same thing in this country about abortion. Certain
conservative powers want to re-run the same vote until they get a number
they like. You think this is a EU issue? You don't live in a democracy, you
live in a constitutional republic, and there is a big bloody difference
between the two.]
Yeah but the difference between the two is at least on abortion the
government was wise enough to change the wording, plus I don't care about
neutrality, I think Ireland should be quite prepaired to take a stand
'military if necessary' to protect the things it defines as worthy.
I voted against because of the reduction of Irish representation in the
European parliment whist increasing the power of 'former colonial countries'
in the same, thus I found the treaty an acronym for neo colonialism.
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