I can not agree more, in the Netherlands it is illegal to ask someone for their religion.
One is allowed to state their religion (if any) for obvious purposes but can not be asked.
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- Mon Jun 04, 2012 1:51 pm
- Forum: Separation of Church and State
- Topic: Bible in the voting booth and the hospital reception
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At the end of the day Ireland is a small country (just like the Netherlands) and we just have to do as the big countries tell us We've a history of not doing that. :D Neither did we but in the EU we don't seem to have that luxury any more! :wink: Our referenda are not binding unlike yours, so they ...
I like Tulip a lot, but I would like to be excluded from his idea that 'Many people in Ireland only think short term and Sinn Fein is exploiting that'. I was thinking long term when I voted against the Single European Act. I was thinking long term when I voted against the Maastricht treaty: it made...
I am only speaking for the North West though were men are men and sheep are careful.chemicals wrote:No change there thenTulip1 wrote: Many people in Ireland only think short term and SF is exploiting that.
Ireland has a good reputation abroad with the way the country is dealing with the debts, vote no and and that is gone. You might say; so what? but it means that, beside that you can forget a second bail out if needed, investors will think twice to invest. Other then that I am totally indifferent bec...