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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomas Mor View Post
    Maybe he is right, given the state of affairs. But the Sindo and Jody Corcoran running with this, anti national. This is the paper that propped up Bertie and the Celtic ponzi. And Shane Ross And wrote lovingly of McCreevy, that he was like a good Protestant, spends half,and saves rest for rainy day !And Harris helped re elect Bertie for a senate seat
    Will Jody survive when the new broom takes over?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burnout View Post
    I remarked in a post yesterday that it makes no difference yes / no in fiscal treaty. The tsumani coming puts any little bit of red tape almost immaterial. It was easily know that there was no real "saviour' plan because years down the road now nothing has been done and this is going on what, 5-6 years now. And no one saw what was happening? And no one had a plan. This government like the other are not able to get a grasp on what is going on and even if they all think it was a good idea to leave the euro they are'nt allowed to say anything. Maybe Pat's conscience is getting to him. Truth will come out in the end.
    Nothing has been done is a tired, extremely lazy cliché. What is that should have been done or should be done? Cowan was right on one thing it's not just about what's going on here.
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    Actually it was those business people who left cat out of the bag - Why?

    Were they Shocked that our gov hadnt a plan or that Rabbitte isnt as a good a liar as the FF type?

    Why is it ok for Rabbitte to be straight with those folk but must lie to the rest of people?

    And when it comes to actually having a plan - why hasn't Enda/Eamon planned for other alternative strategies- just in case - a kinda plan B scenario. For example -why are they not prepared to adopt some ideas from the opposition for such a back up plan for when their own one fails as it is now -like stimulus and growth.

    Why is a growth package all of a sudden a great idea now that Hollande has mentioned it - but was an economically irresponsible and illiterate one when Sinn Fein brought it forward during the last number of budget debates?

    Now the fecking ejits have been shown up for not having a plan in place to make a plan
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    Quote Originally Posted by Murph View Post
    And when it comes to actually having a plan - why hasn't Enda/Eamon planned for other alternative strategies- just in case - a kinda plan B scenario. For example -why are they not prepared to adopt some ideas from the opposition for such a back up plan for when their own one fails as it is now -like stimulus and growth.
    We have no money and can't borrow. How, prey tell, would you stimulate the economy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skypeme View Post
    Well silly me, he was I thinking that I had voted out a government with no plan and voted in one with the wind of change behind its back.

    Inda, Gilmore and the rest of the Mayo Mafia promising the earth: Official Website of Fine Gael ushering in a new era of politics, joined at the hip with the de-caffed 'ol union Bolsheviks: http://per.gov.ie/wp-content/uploads...nmentFinal.pdf to save us from Frankfurt and the 'germins', printing acres of bullsh1t masquerading as coherent economic analysis lulling us into a false sense that at last after 15 years of mismanagement the proverbial cavalry was riding to the rescue.

    Now this crowd of teachers and union hacks finally admit that they haven't got a clue and the 'wind behind' was a great big rasping political 'fart'! If this cloud has a silver lining its certain that Labour and Fine Gael will have the dubious honour of finally flushing us down the khazi!
    Those who can't do, teach and those who can't teach, preach. This says a lot more about your own credulity and has all the hallmarks of a barstool philosopher. Are you that incapable of filtering and evaluating daft promises that you'll bounce from one "bad" government to another?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Murph View Post
    Why is a growth package all of a sudden a great idea now that Hollande has mentioned it - but was an economically irresponsible and illiterate one when Sinn Fein brought it forward during the last number of budget debates?

    Now the fecking ejits have been shown up for not having a plan in place to make a plan
    I dont think even Hollande plan is remotely like SF plans.
    I dont think he plans to ruin France.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazy horse 6 View Post
    Nobody knows whats going to happen tbh. We had our own faith in our own hands and then the crooks in FG sold us down the river.
    Crazy horse---with tiis type of contribution you are certainly living up to your posting title.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hedzog View Post
    maybe hes just tired of the lies and deceit been fed to the irish people on a daily basis

    Or maybe he thought he was talking PRIVATELY, with like minded twats..
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    Quote Originally Posted by gubupolice View Post
    I dont think even Hollande plan is remotely like SF plans.
    I dont think he plans to ruin France.
    ruin , no need for sinn fein to bother , fianna fail and their twin fine gael are doing a damm fine job of it !
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    Quote Originally Posted by an innocent abroad View Post
    Or maybe he thought he was talking PRIVATELY, with like minded twats..
    probably , the elites may see this as an act of treason , imagine telling the public the truth , rabbit may be a victim of a hit and run any day now
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