How comforting it was to see the big boys in the yard take it upon themselves to discuss ourEuropean Union’s problems without disturbing us minions. The fact that Mr. Sarkozy invited the heavy hitters to talks is very reassuring to me as an Irishman. I feel much safer now because I know that I am back safe and warm in the cave while by big butch boyfriends go out and make sure that I’ll have enough to eat.
Gordo was loving it-huffing and puffing his way through what he thought the Union needed to do with a look of disbelief on his face that he had been invited ’round the table to wave his club in the air with the other equally egoistical leaders; one has had a hair transplant and is getting younger by the day, the other is married to a former super model and loves to see himself on TV. Merkel must go home and laugh at all these eejits.
Amazingly, only the ballsey Finns made any sort of objection to the exclusivity of the meeting and they were correct to do so. If these leaders want Ireland to eventually say yes to Lisbon, little meetings like this should be avoided or at least kept away from the cameras. One can just imagine Declan Ganley, chuffing away on a cigar last night while stroking his white cat, looking at this gathering and taking note of the proceedings with glee. There they were sat at a press conference with E.U. flags behind them, proudly solving all our problems without the rest of us in attendance.
Kept away from the cameras!!!??? I hear you scream with laughter. Good point, we are talking Sarkozy, Berlusconi and Brown. All hail the new ‘Triumvirate of Vanity’.