So, a credit line at 5.8 percent interest. Considering that Ireland was able to borrow at that rate as recently as mid-September, and was falling off a cliff then, why is this supposed to solve the problem?
What’s the Gaelic for “You’ve gotta be kidding”?
From his comments section, the suggestions so far:
- Cén Sort Cach Tarabh é seo?
- An bhuil to dariara!?
- Ag magadh atá tú?
- An bhfuil tú ag magadh fúinn?
- An bhfuil tu as do mheabhair?
- An bhfuil tu fós ar meisce??