``As the bad news about the euro multiplies, Schäffler's position wins new supporters. When he voted against the first bailout package in parliament more than a year ago, he was the only member of the FDP to do so. Not long after, when the European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) came up, he had two sympathizers in his party's parliamentary group. The motion with which he tried to unite the FDP in rage over the euro had 173 supporters at the party convention. "With each rescue package two or three new dissenters emerge," he says. ''

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