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Sonntag, November 09, 2003
Veto as veto can
Sometimes, to me it seems that Stoiber and his Lads veto the ideas of Chancellour Schroeder just because it's fun. One might not like all ideas, Schroeder has in his Agenda 2010, but I guess we have a consensus in Germany that changes are bitterly needed. Whatever changes. Of course do I prefer the changes the party I support suggests and not the changes of a party where always the one with the bigger bank account gets the justice, gets the benefits and has his life well, like I see the CDU.
So our Upper House rejected the Agenda 2010 Plans of Schroeder and sees more need for negotiating. Idiots.
And this Stoiber has the guts to state, his decision was not a political or tactical one - really, really funny.
They all fear for this 3% border, but well, there is a growing supportance in Germany for the idea - fuck the 3%, just ignore them. What will the EU do? Kick Germany out? Give us back the Deutschmark? What a funny idea. Since I don't own a black belt in finance politics, I'll have to think this through, before I'll really be sure, if this is a good one or not.