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    Default Fine Gael Economic discussion group

    As an experiment I'm creating an Fine Gael Discussion group on Facebook for members, this is mainly as a means to test if such an idea has merit and if facebook might be suitable as an interim means to allow members engage in private discussion.

    http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gi...7994837&ref=nf

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    The idea of FG discussing economics is very amusing. Fair dues to your sense of humour

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    I'm all in favour of it if it means the racists, fascists and reactionary peasants spend less time on here.

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    That reminds me. Deputy Lee is noticibly quiet this weather.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sauntersplash View Post
    That reminds me. Deputy Lee is noticibly quiet this weather.
    He was on Newstalk this afternoon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by staunch ff View Post
    The idea of FG discussing economics is very amusing. Fair dues to your sense of humour
    FF discussion on economics

    Lenihan - "I randomly select...." Pulling a white paper from his ass. "this strategy"
    backbencher - "But that's Sh1t in fairness"
    Lenihan - "Shut up or i'll breathe on you"
    Cowen - "Do what he says.. a vested interest put that up there, so it must be the only show in town"
    The early bird may get the worm - but the second mouse gets the cheese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LDF View Post
    He was on Newstalk this afternoon.
    Was he whispering?
    The early bird may get the worm - but the second mouse gets the cheese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sauntersplash View Post
    That reminds me. Deputy Lee is noticibly quiet this weather.
    "Gorgeous George" is a massive pain in the arse. He can take his maverick routine and shove it. The fact is he is part of the most conservative party in Ireland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enda the Mayo peasant View Post
    "Gorgeous George" is a massive pain in the arse. He can take his maverick routine and shove it. The fact is he is part of the most conservative party in Ireland.

    It was the Fianna Fail economic madness that drove poor George from his comfortable RTE existence to 'come out' and help drive your crowd of wasters out of government. By the look of it today we'll won't have much longer to wait as the FF loby fodder are getting more and more aprehensive about holding on to their seats and are looking for opportunities to jump from the stinking sinking ship. God help them poor souls the day of reckoning is nigh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sauntersplash View Post
    That reminds me. Deputy Lee is noticibly quiet this weather.

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