The NO camp seems a bit more vocal about the fiscal referendum. They certainly have more signs. They call it The Austerity Treaty. It all started with the banks. Oh, the banks. The bankers have gotten away with murder. They loaned money they didn't have, they made bad loans (a.k.a. a half-million euro house to Joe O'Blow the Tacsai Driver). The Irish government agreed to pay back the bond holders when they banks went under, and now we're up the Liffey without a paddle as far as debt and budgets go.
I see the referendum as more as a method for Ireland to protect the Euro currency. They want to give investors the idea that the Eurozone is under control, instances like the crisis in Greece will not happen again, and they want to rebuild confidence in the Euro.
biggest theft in history.