Pe blogul pe care i l-am făcut lui Tăriceanu, dar pe care nu l-a revendicat nici până acum, o femeie din Olanda a lăsat următorul comentariu:
Hello! First of all, I’m writing in English cause I’m not speaking Romanian that well. I am a Dutch girl that felt in love with a Romanian guy. We bought a car in The Netherlands last summer, we decided to live in Romania together. To make it easier for all of us we thought it would be nicer to registrate the car in Romania. There was no TV or any other media informing YOUR THOUGHTS about changing taxes. We bought the car for 800 euro and we’ll probably have to pay 3k ++ taxes. I cannot put the car back with Dutch numberplates. So you let us in the cold without a warning, without nothing. Right now I feel like living in this country is unstable, you are unpredictable. You’re not making Romania a proud country with your actions. Besides that I must pay for my love, I came into this trouble, my car is nothing worth anymore and all because you lost the elections?! It feels like I have to pay cause I felt in love with a Romanian citizen. Again no warning, no nothing. No chances for us. Think about that. As I may say so there’s people with businuess in transferring cars and yes they do profit from low prices in the Western countries but is it really necessary to punish people like this. We didn’t do any crimes!!
No respect for you! People in The Netherlands like to say that people like you make Romania look like a complete failure and misery, I guess they’re right.
Iată, deci, cum se vede din afară cea de-a şaptea putere economică a Europei. Noi să fim sănătoşi şi polităricenii să aibă ce mânca!