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Thread: For Ireland, Euro membership was an unmitigated disaster.

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    Default For Ireland, Euro membership was an unmitigated disaster.


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    What about Our interest-rate remember your things were very very expensive before

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    I am somebody who can remember interest-rate back in 1991 or thereabouts when they were nearly 18%

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    surprise ,surprise.

    not really,
    Westside.

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    I voted against joining the EU, and now I have to suffer the idiots who voted for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gobshite View Post
    I voted against joining the EU, and now I have to suffer the idiots who voted for it.
    Democracy - tyranny by the 50.01% is still tyranny.

    I remember the Scottish Independence vote, the final split in the end was 53%/47% in favor of "No" I think (too lazy to look up the figures now). I mean... what do the 47% do? They can't very well leave the country and they're still quite a proportion of the population. Just one example.

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