Friday, 10 February 2012

The future of Europe

You reap what you sow.


miken said...

This is what happens when you have a government (like our last government) that was too wasteful with money.

The fact remains that public money should be 'hard earned' and not given out with little or nothing in return for the taxpayer.

We can no longer afford our welfare system and reduction/removal in benefits is also going to upset a lot of those people who got used to receiving it at a high level.

Trouble is also likely to happen when you shaft the people who perhaps slog out 72 hours a week to earn a decent wage and then who find their savings are being inflated.

It's going to be very tough for the current government. I can't bear to hear the leader of the opposition on TV. I have to put it on mute because I get so angry with what is being said.

Electro-Kevin said...

Miken - If you think the Tories are any better ...

Look at the article of Cameron's adviser.

Not one quango immolated.

farmland investing said...

Any way you cut it, Europe is going to have a hard few years. 10-1 at least one country in the EU will end up with a revolution and/or military coup and leave the EU (with Greece as candidate number one)