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November 22, 2010 · Bagat la Blegisme 

Păi… pe rând, nu?

Ireland prime minister’s ‘drunken’ interview
A rambling, incoherent radio appearance has created a scandal for Irish premier Brian Cowen
POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 15, 2010, AT 1:55 PM

“…One pint too many for the Irish prime minister Brian Cowen. Photo: Getty
Best Opinion:  Evening Herald, Irish Central
The video: Brian Cowen, the embattled prime minister of the Irish Republic, has been accused of conducting a radio interview while intoxicated. The Taoiseach, as he is known in Ireland, seems to slur his speech during the conversation on Ireland’s RTE network and, according to some critics, manages only “vague, semi-coherent answers.” Cowen describes the allegations as “ridiculous,” even as rival politicians line up to call his leadership into question. The Irish Times has reported that Cowen was “out way past his bedtime drinking pints” and singing songs at a political function the night before. With voters already angry at Cowen’s handling of the country’s financial crisis, will “Gargle-gate” undo his premiership?
The reaction: “Brian Cowen has let himself and the country down,” says Andrew Lynch at the Evening Herald. “Knocking back pints” just hours before a nationally-broadcast interview isn’t just unprofessional, it’s unforgivable. Give the guy a break, says Niall O’Dowd at Irish Central. Cowen has been “slammed with the kind of economic misfortune that makes Barack Obama’s situation look like a tempest in a teapot.” Who can blame him for having a few drinks every now and again?…”

Chestia este… îți trebe nițel curaj… ca să minți cu hotărâre, nu?:

Prime minister says Ireland has no need of EU bailout, slams media rumors as `ill-informed’

Associated Press
11/16/10 9:40 AM PST
DUBLIN — “…Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen has denounced recent international media claims that Ireland is seeking, or needs, an European Union bailout as “ill-informed and inaccurate.”
Ireland has denied persistent rumors in recent days that it is negotiating terms of an euro80 billion bailout from the European Union. Other eurozone members have seen their own borrowing costs rise amid investor fears of an Irish debt default and have called on Ireland to accept aid.
Cowen emphasized Tuesday that Ireland’s government is fully funded through mid-2011 and has no need of a bailout now. But he says Irish officials have been talking “with our European counterparts to see in what way market risks can be taken out of the equation.” He declined to elaborate…”

Normal, cum se aștepta oricine cu un aichiu peste ăla al pantofilor mei – urmarea a fost:

Full Text Of Irish Government/Eurogroup Statements On Ireland Bailout

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 11/21/2010 16:55 -0500

“…From the Irish Government
The Government today agreed to request financial support from the European Union and the Euro Area Members States. The IMF will also be requested to assist in the provision of support.
The Government welcomes the agreement reached at the Eurogroup meeting today that providing assistance to Ireland is warranted to safeguard financial stability in the EU and in the Euro Area.
In the context of a joint programme EU/IMF, the financial assistance package to the Irish state should be financed from the European financial stabilisation mechanism (EFSM) and the European financial stability facility (EFSF), possibly supplemented by bilateral loans to be negotiated by EU Member States…”

Acuma… pă noi nu numai că nu ne atinge criza… nu numai că noi duduim economic și avem excedent de export țigănesc… nouă chiar nici nu ne pasă de bălăriile astea ioropene…
Noi vrem doar euroii… ca monedă națională, că ce mama dreaq’… suntem în U(i)E și nato… doar cu Schlegen ăla stăm mai prost… da’ a zis prășidintili că se ocupă de asta…

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Și la noapte… schimbă banii”

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