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TrishRobina
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For something like that
TrishRobina   4/2/2014 12:35:53 PM
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As we hold on to things that we think are right we also at the same time lose something that is right. - Roger Stanton St. Mary's College

HardwIntr
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elections time
HardwIntr   4/3/2014 3:59:07 AM
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When you read this news you'd say, formidable, they are finally taking care of the European industry and its workers. But this  has only to be related to the forthcoming European elections where all these European bureaucrats are said to lose hard to all eurosceptics. Suddenly they wake up just to save some seats in the so called Parliament. We will see more news like that until  May 25 . After that it will be back to business as usual, i mean lobbying from whoever has enough deep pockets.

resistion
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resistion   4/11/2014 4:48:05 PM
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I guess we don't have those in other countries.



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