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    stanley stanley is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by devoutcapitalist View Post
    They should be back in power shortly up to their old tricks.

    Sure they may as well rehabilitate Bertie.



    Ahern is hanging around, like a bad smell, waiting for that day, he will turn them down and take the Presidency in lieu, then all the lies and more lies at Mahon and elsewhere will have all been worthwhile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stanley View Post
    Ahern is hanging around, like a bad smell, waiting for that day, he will turn them down and take the Presidency in lieu, then all the lies and more lies at Mahon and elsewhere will have all been worthwhile.
    the irish voters will not give him the time of day anymore, it will take some whitewash job to to clean da sleaze
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    Quote Originally Posted by im axeled View Post
    the irish voters will not give him the time of day anymore, it will take some whitewash job to to clean da sleaze

    There is no level that FF and in particular, Ahern, would not stoop to gain power.

    Ahern would see it as victory over Albert and as a kick in the arse to Haughey, as he finally goes past them even in death.
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    Senator O Domhnaill didn't stand for election in the general election because he felt that his reputation was so shot to pieces that, presumably, even the good people of Donegal wouldnt vote for him.

    They did however vote for another two Ff shysters, one of them was around when their party pulled the plug on the country in their endeavour to destroy the financial future of many of its citizens.

    While Mr. O Domhnaill was not good enough to stand before the electorate in the Donegal Dáil constituency, he was good enough to secure the support of a senate electorate.

    Senator O’Domhnaill surpassed the 93,667 quota with 104,889 votes deeming him elected this evening.
    http://www.donegaldaily.com/2016/04/...ted-to-seanad/

    93,667 ways that Fianna fail are laughing at us.

    Fianna Fáil Senator made 'conflicting' expenses claims, hearing told - Independent.ie

    The gravy train will go on and on.

    hundreds of euro in travel and subsistence were claimed for attendance at events taking place simultaneously hundreds of kilometres apart.
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    Sunday Times front page:
    Willie O'Dea the Fianna Fail spokesman on social protection.. tells investors the “cash-rich” London property company he chairs is eyeing social housing in Ireland.

    That didn't take the brown envelope party long..Maybe they are going to re-open the Galway tent.
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    The media campaign to restore the celtic tiger government to power for another generation is in full swing in mainstream, internet and televised media including the public service broadcaster.
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    [QUOTE=james toney;10261962]Sunday Times front page:
    Willie O'Dea the Fianna Fail spokesman on social protection.. tells investors the

    no suggestion that he is doing anything illegal.
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    Don't stress. When FF are involved property prices will boom again.

    This time make sure you are selling when the herds are buying.
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    james toney james toney is offline

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    Maybe those that called Willie a sleeveen and a Fianna Fail parasite were right all along
    How does he expect to cash in on the housing crisis?

    O
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    Frank O'Rourke TD FF earns more by simply travelling to work than an OAP receives per year. Handy 500 metres.

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