I have a couple of questions about this damned treaty we have to vote on.
This treaty is supposed to provide stability to, and confidence in the Euro as a currency. The contents of the treaty are there for all to see, and the world knows it is going to be ratified, so why aren’t the markets impressed? Seems to me as if they are as twitchy as ever, especially if you are a Spaniard.
The Euro as a single currency cannot work. That has already been proved. You cannot apply one currency to so many different types of economies. How is signing a piece of paper going to solve that?
The proposed financial formulas in the Fiscal Treaty are more or less identical to the formulas in the Maastricht Treaty [or whichever fucking treaty governed the Euro – there are so many of ‘em] and that didn’t work so why will this one be any different?
Now that Dame Ends has lost his Bestest Fwiend Sarkozy, who is he going to play with in Brussels?
So many questions.
So few answers.