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Comment #358015 by Rita Cahill

Rita Cahill Apr 18th 2012, 9:18 PM #

i was not talking suicide, i was merely stating the democracy Qoute to explaing like James connoly stud up and died for his country in Ireland, the point is i will never givemoney and waste it on bankers bailouts, i would rather die without water than give the money to them, I believe in giving to the needy first rather than the Euro Banks, it is not for the Benefit of Our Country, Rita

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Expect your first water bill in late 2014, says Phil Hogan

Expect your first water bill in late 2014, says Phil Hogan

Environment minister couldn’t say how much it will cost consumers, but said a standing charge would be involved.

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    Apr 19th 2012, 12:29 AM

    Eh? You keep talking about death. So if your not going to kill yourself – do you think the state will kill you instead? Death over a bloody tax? Your death has nothing to do with democracy. Nor would it make the slightest difference. Democracy is giving the people the power to vote for the party they want in government. We get that every four years. If people are unhappy, they will throw them out and elect someone who will give you the magical world with no taxes and no debt. Free for all.

    As I said, this tax is for improving and fixing our water supply. We are not the only country that has such a tax, even our neighbours have it. Even some people in Ireland have it, both residential and business. They seem to be surviving okay. It is not a tax to deal with the debt left by Fianna Fail, which one way or another, needs to be addressed and a very clear majority was put into government to do just that. It is very much in our country’s benefit to get it sorted.

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