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Comment #363879 by carlgillen

carlgillen Apr 22nd 2012, 9:16 AM #

Good man Ray! Apologise to nobody!

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    Favourite Dan Delaney
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    Apr 22nd 2012, 9:31 AM

    Well…he is not telling us anything we don’t already know, Despite the fact that the Catholic church has long since had the special priveleges afforded it by De Valera in the 1937 Bunreacht taken away, they still seem to think they have a right to interfere in everyone’s lives. Get your own home in order first and then you can preach to others.

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    Favourite Geoffrey Collins
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    Apr 22nd 2012, 10:06 AM

    Hopefully t electorate will dish out t same treatment to this FG/LAB coalition soon. The reality is beginning to dawn on t backbenchers now. Continuing to throw away taxpayers money on bank debt to protect Europe s interest, signing away our future independence in this fiscal compact and breaking all their pre-election promises..they misinterpreted a huge anti FF vote as a mandate to rule. I want them to stand up for us in Europe and threaten default or a write down on debt. They bent over instead, Pierce will reap the reward next election.

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    Favourite DubInNaas
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    Apr 22nd 2012, 10:23 AM

    @Geoffrey

    Theres no nice way to break bad news …..
    The Government is only doing what needs to done to drag the country back from Fianna Fail bankruptcy

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    Favourite Anel Cceram
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    Apr 22nd 2012, 10:39 AM

    Dub sorry dude totally not true, iceland is a model ignored. There is no need for lost decades and selling off our children’s future.

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    Favourite Dan Delaney
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    Apr 22nd 2012, 10:42 AM

    @ DublinNaas…and Enda and Eamon are doing a fine job??They are only adding to the woes…they have been in over a year now and what have they done, how many promises have they broken, Have you been learning your German yet as believe me if certain quarters had their way Irish would be replaced by German in the school’s curriculum!!

    Sieg Heil, Herr Angela, mon Fuhrer.

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    Favourite Vincent McKeever
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    Apr 22nd 2012, 2:29 PM

    I agree about how they misinterpreted a huge anti FF vote as a mandate to rule. I recall Conor Lenehan at the count the morning after the election, he was conceding defeat, he congratulated Enda Kenny on the great job he had done in turning FG around and how he was responsible for the electoral victory that was unfolding.. Everyone in the country knows that the person who single handedly was responsible for the victory of FG was Biffo Himself Kenny could never have got a turnaround like that.. Wait until the next election to see what happens….It won’t be long now..

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