Irish opposition on the brink of election win
Ireland's ruling Fianna Fail party faced its worst defeat in nearly 80 years as a tidal wave of voter anger about the country being nearly pushed to bankruptcy swept an opposition party to the brink of power Saturday.
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#2 Feb 27, 2011
Pushed nearly to bankruptcy. Sound familiar? Will liberals ever learn that socialism doesn't work? What will it take? Runaway inflation? Total economic collapse? I doubt even that will change them. When generational dependency on the government is the norm these people cannot fathom anything different. Thus the subject of this article and the austerity movement throughout Europe. Austerity is an unfamiliar term here in the US but since the Nov. elections many of those infected with liberalism are being taught the definition. Liberalism is just like Polio, it must be eradicated. The first immunization shot was in Nov. The second shot will be in 2012 and then every 2 years thereafter until this disease is nothing but a bad memory.
#3 Feb 28, 2011
England(Liberalism)get out of Ireland.
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