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Sunday, March 20, 2005

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"Where does it say that we can't?"

Daniel Hannan in the Sunday Telegraph

"The fact of signing the constitution in Rome has imposed an obligation on the member states, in accordance with the general law of nations, to refrain from any action that might impede entry into force of the constitution."

"Where in the existing treaties does it say that you can do this?" To which my federalist colleagues usually reply: "Where does it say that we can't?"

well, there you go folks "Actio exteriora indicant interiora secreta"

Ceterum censeo Unionem Europaeam esse delendam

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