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    Reading here that the first British teaparty is to take place in Bristol today, one has to ask, Where is the Irish Teaparty.

    Is the country going to go down the drain without even a whimper?
    All is see is grannies and others out shouting for more handouts. Can nobody turn up their hearing aids and tell them the country is broke. At least they are crying for small potatoes.
    At the other end the politicians are selling everyone into servatude to pay off foreign bondholders and telling the muttonskulls that it is the greedy developers that are being bailed out. This is big potatoes

    Everyone blames FF. The truth of the matter is that there is no opposition. A Labour party who have no economic brain cell at all, led by a man that never had a job in his life.

    Then you have a party of eunichs lead by a lad who has sat in the Dail since before anyone in Mayo even had a colour television. Yet nobody can point to one thing he ever did.

    They are more useless than tits on a bull. They are as useless as tits on a turtle

    Where is the Irish Teaparty

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    I'll be optimistic and give it 2 weeks before you're banned again.

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    There is no law against optimism.

    The launching of the tea party movement in Britain is a significant event

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oreo Livermore View Post
    The launching of the tea party movement in Britain is a significant event
    Yeah, it signifies that the UK is well on its way to becoming the 51st state.
    Pathetic.
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    One could say Ireland is well on it's way to being an IMF state

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    George Hook is I believe organising the Irish version
    Regards, Pat Gill

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    There's nothing novel about drinking tea in Ireland.

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    And the answer to our problems (and definitely NOT the cause, oh no, no sir, no way) is more right-wing deregulation and 'hands off' economics. Charlie McCreevey will be an ideal founding member of such a movement...

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiannafailure View Post
    George Hook is I believe organising the Irish version
    I heard that yesterday alright. He seemed quite enthusiastic when Michael Graham filled him in on what the US version is about.

    I might try and get to the first one he organises as I would hate to have to tell the kids when they grow up that I was not there when the revolution started.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oreo Livermore View Post

    Where is the Irish Teaparty.


    Where is the Irish Teaparty
    Its already been hijacked....

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