The supply of government exceeds the demand.
Thank God, we’re not getting all the government we’re paying for.
Government can’t change the course of the ship, it merely adjusts the compass.
For every action, there is an equal and opposite government program.
Any government that is strong enough to give the people everything they want is a government that’s strong enough to take it away.
Ryanair is making a crusade against Italian government regarding documents needed to board passengers, under the menace to stop flights in Italy (full story in italian at http://www.corriere.it/economia/09_dicembre_29/ryanair-stop-voli_487ca210-f48b-11de-a1b2-00144f02aabe.shtml).
Just a couple of words: We don’t really care of Ryanair!
It’s not a matter of security or of policies. It’s a matter of respect for countries laws.
Italian people are worried more than Mr Stephen McNamara (spokesman) or Mr O’Leary (CEO) of passengers security. And made a law allowing people to board on aircrafts using government issued ids on top of id and passport.
So, in brief, Mr O’leary: we have our rules and laws and everybody (including foreign companies) respect them. If you respect them too you’re welcome, otherwise, the door is open to go away.
P.S. If security is so important for you Mr O’Leary, why the payment of a cash extra and some protests permits the boarding with documents other than idsand passports?
It is the inherent right of the Government to lie to save itself.
Assistant Secretary of defence Arthur D. Sylvester.