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Thread: Cowen signed off DDA borrowing!

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    Default Cowen signed off DDA borrowing!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Supermanpolitician View Post
    Labour leader Eamon Gilmore said: "There is only one way to clear this up -- for the minister to publish the documents immediately."
    Eamon will have to push hard for his wish. Then there's the Ryanair mess to deal with as well. Loads of ammo this week. Order in the popcorn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greengoose2 View Post
    Eamon will have to push hard for his wish. Then there's the Ryanair mess to deal with as well. Loads of ammo this week. Order in the popcorn.
    LOL

    Death by a thousands cuts for Biffo.

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    Listened to Dan "bullsh1t" Boyle on MI earlier: to paraphrase: I don't know whats in the report but I know what's NOT in it. FFS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FakeViking View Post
    Listened to Dan "bullsh1t" Boyle on MI earlier: to paraphrase: I don't know whats in the report but I know what's NOT in it. FFS!
    Yes I heard that too. Obviously the Green parliamentary party (+ minor flunkeys like Dan) are of a greater importance than the our elected representatives in the Dáil.
    Blessed be the threadmakers.

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    Hardly news. Every Finance Minister has to sign-off on borrowing by the DDA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FakeViking View Post
    Listened to Dan "bullsh1t" Boyle on MI earlier: to paraphrase: I don't know whats in the report but I know what's NOT in it. FFS!
    It's as if the Greens want to be cast into oblivion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FutureTaoiseach View Post
    Hardly news. Every Finance Minister has to sign-off on borrowing by the DDA.
    But not every state agency is so wreckless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FutureTaoiseach View Post
    Hardly news. Every Finance Minister has to sign-off on borrowing by the DDA.
    I think the real question will be how the DDDA was allowed to become the downtown office of Anglo Irish Bank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LDF View Post
    I think the real question will be how the DDDA was allowed to become the downtown office of Anglo Irish Bank.
    It really stinks to high heaven.

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