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    james toney james toney is offline
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    Sick,or in bad health? Don't worry, your close friends in Fianna Fail will ensure you are looked after

    Moriarty tribunal: Haughey took ?250,000 from his sick friend's lifeline fund - Independent.ie
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    Bertie, who is suffering severely from gout is considering applying for the Pope's job, he could do with a few strong lads carrying around in a chair.

    Also after solving the NI crisis and creating the Celtic Tiger, he has the political and economic ability to adapt to running the Church, with Celia gone, he has also been off sex for some time, nobody will ride him any more - too ugly and too plssed.

    How long would it take Bertie to redistribute the Church's wealth amongst his friends and from there borrow them up to infinity and beyond, about 20 years then he can retire again like Ratszinger.
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    We need a new political party, now more than ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Druidess View Post
    We need a new political party, now more than ever.

    You may well be right but there are too many FFers, Independent FFers and Independents (secret FFers) who want to catch the next bus passing by.

    Time could be right for another type of money/business org such as Bertie's mafia to burst onto the scene shafting MeHole on the way.
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    The golden handshakes that retiring ministers got after the last Dáil is another addition to that list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stanley View Post
    You may well be right but there are too many FFers, Independent FFers and Independents (secret FFers) who want to catch the next bus passing by.

    Time could be right for another type of money/business org such as Bertie's mafia to burst onto the scene shafting MeHole on the way.
    Because it is destiny that becons, the soldiers are always on the wan page. You'll never find them havin a shplit like them other eejits with there (sic) fine principles etc. No sirree Bob, the Soldiers are firmly in de camp of power for ower shower and fukk de begrudgers. Up Dev.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Digout View Post
    Add away, lets continue the list, and print it and distribute to citizens.
    Oh Dear!

    Looks like my FFger's friends are crapping themselves again, since their Dear Leaders in the FFger's by behaving as hypocritical Quisling political liars are doing everything in their power to destroy their own newly elected TD's chances of ever being elected again due to their loathsome attacks on the poorest and weakest in society coupled with tarageting ordinary tax payers for "property"/bondholders taxes

    Now that the FFger's are plummeting in the polls due to their political ineptitude, gross cronyism and their sell out of the economy, all of their little brainwashed acolytes and disciples must be up all night bashing their keyboards senseless in a vain attempt to remind folk of how bad the FFer's were in power in the hope that they would somehow prevent all of their idiot voters returning to the sleazy FFer's arms!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Druidess View Post
    We need a new political party, now more than ever.
    Absolutely!

    And Direct Democracy to hold any new party accountable!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RahenyFG View Post
    The golden handshakes that retiring ministers got after the last Dáil is another addition to that list.
    Don't worry the loathsome Quisling FFger's are ensuring that their personal friends in FF will never be held accountable for destroying the economy. I didn't think any party could stoop lower than the FF dog droppings but the FFger's have proven just how execrable they really are by ensuring their FF friends (and themselves!) will never ever be prosecuted for crimes against Ireland and its people!

    Bill restricts Dáil banking crisis probe | Irish Examiner
    Bill restricts Dáil banking crisis probe
    Any likely parliamentary inquiry into the banking crisis will not have the power to investigate past governments where the reputation of former office holders could be directly adversely affected, according to a confidential briefing for TDs.

    FF and FG? They are the two side of the same piece of used toilet paper!
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    Quote Originally Posted by venusian View Post
    Don't worry the loathsome Quisling FFger's are ensuring that their personal friends in FF will never be held accountable for destroying the economy. I didn't think any party could stoop lower than the FF dog droppings but the FFger's have proven just how execrable they really are by ensuring their FF friends (and themselves!) will never ever be prosecuted for crimes against Ireland and its people!

    Bill restricts Dáil banking crisis probe | Irish Examiner
    Bill restricts Dáil banking crisis probe
    Any likely parliamentary inquiry into the banking crisis will not have the power to investigate past governments where the reputation of former office holders could be directly adversely affected, according to a confidential briefing for TDs.

    FF and FG? They are the two side of the same piece of used toilet paper!




    You may well be right but right now one side is more soiled than the other as it has been in use longer.
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