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Thread: Jim McDaid arrested for drunk driving.

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    Default Jim McDaid arrested for drunk driving.

    It is being alleged that Jim McDade was stopped last night over the limit in Nass and a file is being sent to the DPP.
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    It wasn't only being alleged last I heard.

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    He was on his way out anyway. He was most likely not going to stand again. He is back working as a Doctor a few days a week.
    Might I add, FF deputies seem to have a high tendency to drink and drive, next they will all probably want shinny cars and drivers to over come this inconvenient problem.As a result we will have 2000 less cops and the streets will be even less safe.

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    Him and GV can share a cell...OH THATS RIGHT...if your a member of FF and nearly kill someone you don't go to jail....if you stand out in front of a bin truck tho.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by smithy
    Might I add, FF deputies seem to have a high tendency to drink and drive.....
    Bit of a sweeping generalisation, no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny
    Quote Originally Posted by smithy
    Might I add, FF deputies seem to have a high tendency to drink and drive.....
    Bit of a sweeping generalisation, no?
    I should have rephrased that, "FF deputies have a tendency to be alcoholics". One of the most senior ministers in this government has visited rehab and is still drinking. Yet Bertie still allows him in control of a senior ministry, a but, they are good friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smithy
    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny
    Quote Originally Posted by smithy
    Might I add, FF deputies seem to have a high tendency to drink and drive.....
    Bit of a sweeping generalisation, no?
    I should have rephrased that, "FF deputies have a tendency to be alcoholics". One of the most senior ministers in this government has visited rehab and is still drinking. Yet Bertie still allows him in control of a senior ministry, a but, they are good friends.
    Yet more generalisations. Just because one minister is ( allegedly) an alcoholic doesn't in anyway suggest that FF TDs as a rule have a tendency to be so.

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    In Ireland the people are often drunk driving so that they are killing each other on the roads.

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    pubs have car parks, you work it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hansa
    In Ireland the people are often drunk driving so that they are killing each other on the roads.
    And you would base this bold statement on exactly what facts?

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