This is a last chance to appeal to the floating voters out there. My appeal to them would be to change their mind and vote 'NO'.
From Vincent Browne article: his reasons for voting no:http://politico.ie/social-issues/858...no-treaty.html
I will vote No to reject the incorporation of stringent fiscal rules into our constitution, not because adherence to fiscal rules is not sensible but because, in our political culture, such adherence will be done at the expense of the lower paid.
I will vote No to register opposition to the European Union elite that in 2008 insisted no bank should fail when the financial crisis broke and then refused to spread the burden of ensuring that.
I will vote No to register opposition to this Fine Gael/Labour government which was elected to office on the promise to reject the policies of the outgoing Fianna Fáil-led government and on the promise that they would secure a write-down of the bank debt. In office, this new government has perpetuated the policies of the former and, according to Enda Kenny, done nothing at all to secure a write-down of the bank debt.
I will vote No to register opposition to the imposition here and throughout Europe of a neoliberal agenda, an agenda that will institutionalise inequalities and social cruelties through permanent supervision of budgetary, economic, labour and competitiveness policies, inevitably, from the perspective of that neoliberal agenda.
I will vote No in solidarity with peoples throughout Europe who are and have been denied any say in this treaty or any say on the other European treaties, treaties that, in the main, favour rich and powerful elites throughout the union at the expense of the mass of people.
I will vote No to defy the wishes of the German elite, which benefited so spectacularly from the emergence of the Eurozone and now makes modest redistribution of that generated wealth, conditional on adherence to its economic and budgetary diktats, diktats.
I will vote No to give backbone to the government’s dealings with the EU on the promissory notes and the other bank debt.
Voting No will not cause these iniquitous measures and policies to be reversed, but it will give some solace to others in Europe who are campaigning against these and will register, in the minds of the elite, some appreciation of the hostility of electorates to what they are about.
Yes, there is a risk we will not be funded in 2014 when, almost certainly, we will require a second rescue – I think that risk of not being funded is minimal however, for - at worst - we would get funding in return for voting Yes in a second referendum on the Fiscal Treaty. If we and others throughout Europe are silenced by fear there is no hope.
For others who want to read more & here powerpoint (thanks to Namawinelake):
They -main establishment parties (FG/LAB/FF) haven't addressed the debt problem which is a huge millstone hanging our necks for decades to come. That referendum doesn't address Ireland's debt problem at all. We need a write downs of our debts as Greeks did at 75%.
Also main political parties such as FG/LAB/Lab hasn't mentioned the economic recovery of Iceland at all as Iceland have been able to borrow monies from the markets without any difficulty.
Look at Iceland and they have found a solution to their economic ill's.
Look at Guido Fawkes site ..humour :http://order-order.com/2012/05/28/fi...eaty-yes-vote/ (look at pics)