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Tuesday, June 14, 2005

 

UH Daily Cougar Columnist Giugi Carminati 'Disappointed over EU vote' (Sees a united Europe as first step to a one world government)

I thought Giugi Carminati was taking the summer to form liberal policy and plan the future downfall of America. Oh wait, liberals don't formulate policy -- they just complain and whine to their friends in the liberal media about Republican policy. Carminati said she was working with the American Communist League Union or ACLU this summer striving for ways to help terrorists find their way into the country and wreak havoc on our soil, not to mention working with the city and school district for intercourse and oral sex rooms at Houston's high schools and youth sex seminars for young inner-city teen girls to teach teenage girls ages 12 - 16 proper ways of giving oral sex.

Today
Carminati takes a break from advising young girls about proper eye contact, different varieties of tongue movements, and proper gripping and maneuvering techniques to talk about the European Disunion. Carminati cried the day her beloved France voted down the proposed EU Constitution because of French selffishness, and in turn blamed the United States for the faults of the stinking French. How much have the French contributed to the safety of the world as of late Giugi?

The answer -- NOTHING. Because the French would have surrendered to the terriorist on September 12, 2001.

In her latest summer attempt at educating UH weak minded students this semester the malodorous pride of the
Honors College and now UH law student, Giugi Carminati, the UH Daily Cougar columnist and UH College Democrat officer, continues her 'Hate America Series' this time with the premise to convince weak minded UH students that we need to give the European nations more time in letting them get their act together. Bull crap. The only way the EU Constitution will be passed is if the French write the damn thing, and only the French people are allowed to vote for the damn thing. It ain't going to happen.

In
Giugi's tripe today "Economics a deal breaker in the EU," Carminati doesn't call the French and Dutch NO! votes "a blow to the solidity or the unity" to the continent nor "even a setback." But where does she go to try and explain the selffishness of the French -- the United States. Yes, Carminati examines the history of the country she hates -- the United States -- to try and explain away the dismal performance of the first two votes on the EU Constitution.

Carminati gives us a history lesson on the US Constitution of 1789 and how the EU Constitution requires unanimity, not just a three-quarters approval to pass the measure as with the US Constitution. I've got news for you Giugi, the US Constitution wouldn't have been passed if it were to be a unanimous vote.

Europes liberal mentality that all people should think alike believe that unanimity would be a cakewalk -- it wasn't. It should have never been a unanimous vote to start with because a whole continent cannot and will not agree on anything. With
Carminati being a liberal, she of all people should know that.

Carminati calls the US Constitution "remarkable" and left it open for crisis. Well duh Giugi, but at least it got passed and was never voted down.

Carminati looks to the EU Constitution as the first step in her prized one world government. In twenty-five years Carminati will be running for President of the World. Oh we can only hope. Sure.

Carminati sees the EU Constitutional situation like "swimming through a difficult sea." She says "unanimity is difficult to achieve and leaves little space for compromise." Well Carminati its not going to happen, and your giving of hope that it will happen is like the Democrats promising African Americans the promised land, which they will not see as long as the remain under the thumbnail of the rich white liberal.

Carminati continues her rant saying "few members of the American public have taken the time to look over the tremendous document that the European Constitution represents." Well I didn't know the US had to care about the EU Constitution. And if the US expressed an interest in the EU Constitution, wouldn't you think the Europeans would tell the US to stay out of Europe's affairs.

Carminati decides that the "French and Dutch voted against ratification for a variety of reasons." Carminati states that "one of these [reasons] was that the [EU]Constitution is considered too economically liberal" meaning that the French don't want Polish plumbers coming into France and undercutting the lazy French who value their vacation and downtime more than go old French hardwork.

Carminati fails to report on Europe's unemployment rate which is almost triple ours. Carminati proudly proclaims the safety net which devistates Europes budgets and allows for no to slow growth in their economies. Europe is a dead continent economically -- when was the last time anyone saw "Made in France" on a label.

Carminati continues her love of liberal government womb to the tomb care for European citizens, but "for Europe to maintain its standard of living, it must refuse to adopt a completely liberal economic system" meaning that liberals in Germany are not going to be paying the social security of liberal retirees in France.

Carminati see the EU Constitutional failure as "an advancement". "Proof" she says, "that the voice of the people has the power to alter the course of history." The only problem there will never be a total agreement of the people, unless communism revisits Europe.

Carminati tries to explain that nothing Europe does is still covered by the EU's version of the Articles of Confederation so "nothing has really been lost."

I resented
Carminati's use of the phrase "and look how far we have come" when she was trying to explain the US Constitution. To me, Carminati is not an American. Carminati is European, and you can see it in the way she writes with revererence for Europe and detest for the US.

For
Carminati, Europe can do no wrong, while if the United States cough, she complains like the devil. She urges the UH weak minded that Europe must maintain an open mind and not to "accept headlines of failure," which is completely the opposite of what Carminati preaches in the US.

Carminati lastly reminds us to "keep in mind that the EU is one of the biggest feats to be attempted this century." No, I thought that the biggest feat was the US bailing out Europe every time it got in a world war.

Screw the libs!

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