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    Post Your Dream Cabient/ Your Dream National Government

    Who would make up your dream cabinet or your dream national government?

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    5 good business people and 1 good accountant.
    A champion of the people emerges with the age-old and appealing promise of "something for nothing" - to be financed through every-increasing taxes. Supply and demand are thrown out of gear - the overhead goes up; the effective use of human energy goes down; the standard of living is lowered because money cannot buy wealth that is not produced.

    WEAVER, HENRY GRADY,

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    For a start I would want me as Taosieach! the rest is irrelevant really, so long as they think I am great.

    Just following a long FF tradition really.
    Those are my principles. If you don't like them..........I have others - Groucho Marx.

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    I watched with glee, while your kings and queens, fought for ten decades for the gods they made.

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    Scrap any nationality requirement, appoint Tony Benn as taoiseach.
    If you remove the English army tomorrow and hoist the green flag over Dublin Castle, unless you set about the organisation of the Socialist Republic your efforts would be in vain.[...]

    It would be tantamount to a public declaration that our oppressors had so far succeeded in inoculating us with their perverted conceptions of justice and morality that we had finally decided to accept those conceptions as our own, and no longer needed an alien army to force them upon us.

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    Being honest, most people will want a benevolent dictatorship with them at the top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DerekOwens View Post
    Being honest, most people will want a benevolent dictatorship with them at the top.

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    That photo reminds me of what one of Berties friends said during that documentary called "Bertie" on RTE. I think it may have been Joe Burke. He said " When Bertie looks at himself in the mirror he probably has to ask himself "Do I know you?".

    It sums him up. I wouldn't trust him to walk my dog around the block.

    Dream cabinet - Britney Spears and Cat Power. Mary Harney as chief spoofer.

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    Gerry Adams as taoiseach. The rest would be members of RSF.
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    Sorry to drag up an old tread but seen as I don't have the required amount of posts needed to enable me to start a thread I found this one and decided to bump it up.
    I was going to ask this question myself. What I am looking for is a list of people you think would do a good job. Examples I had were Fergus Finlay or Fr Sean Healy for possible ministers of Social Protection. Also I think that Emily o Reilly would be just the right person for minister of Justice and Law reform. I am not looking for jokes but if you feel the need to, fire away.
    Last edited by HOPE4EIRE; 26th November 2010 at 04:30 AM. Reason: I'm a newbie

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