The Men,women and children that have given their lives to make this a sovereign state are, as I type this, turning in their graves. Brian Cowen and his Fianna fail party have ripped this country off and drove us into the ground. They consistently lied to and ripped off every person in ireland today. Now they are telling us that we need a bailout from the IMF and the EU. A loan that, number one we will never be able to pay back and number two, will end 90 years of Sovereignty that our fallen comrades have given their lives to achieve. We need fianna fail out and not only that we need a completly new political system in place. We need to stand our ground as a nation and fight to drive out the IMF. we dont want them running a country that we spent 800 years trying to free. The budget information was released and it seems the poor are being hit again. Thats no suprise seen as we all knew that Brian Cowen and Co would never touch their wealthy buddies wallets. There are 33,000 millionaires in this country with a combined total of 126 billion between them. A wealth tax of even 1% on those people who are partly responsible for landing us in this mess also, will generate over 5 billion euro after 5 years. Its not like their is not a plan as an alternative to the bailout its just Fianna fail ruining our country further by bringing in a debt thats NOT OUR DEBT and will have our great grand children paying off also. Please sign this petition and lets try and get Fianna Fail out of out government once and for all.
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Zero, Ireland4 years ago Comments: Dear people of Ireland, I wish to put an end to Fianna Fail once and for all but I can not do it alone, if can can get atleast ten people to help me get rid of them, then my plan to help Ireland will be a success. I wish to see Ireland filled with happy people with jobs and homes but that is hard to see that with the economy the way it is. So who will rise with me against them. Sincerely, Zero
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