posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 06:46 AM
reply to post by darkcircle2009
It's not only Iceland that is sick of it's political system, I believe most first-world-countries are done with their politicians. It's a luxury
Let's put it this way, before all h*ll broke loose and before the money disappeared, was life in Iceland that bad (compared to....oh let's
Could you express your opinion without being locked up in jail? Were basic human right respected? (I know the answer....
When every thing is going like it should we don't complain but when a storm is brewing we haul *ss and turn the ship around as if those same
politician suddenly don't function anymore.....that's ridiculous!!
At the very least, I know the politicians that have served me in the past are not the ones with radical ideas of how things should be changed. With
any new party you are running the risk of radical measures which might be good for you but good very well not be good for you or somebody else...
You can ask that any random German over the age of 70. They will advise you to use caution when picking a new, popular politician with radical
I think a good rule of thumb, when picking a leader, the more popular they are, the more you have to be on your gard.
Now I am sure that this comedian has a very clear view of society and how it needs to be changed (That's his job!!) but that doesn't necessarily
mean it will work. From his point of view (as a comedian) the solutions he has might differ from the sollutions he will implement (as a
If I were to tell everybody that I plan to extend the weekend with 3 extra days if appointed president, then that will probably get me in that seat.
Living up to this promise, while maintaining a healthy nation budget, would probably prove impossible. I don't care, I am still in that seat. And if