City Slicker, Columnist for the Sunday World newspaper, ranting, funny, sarcastic articles
An article in this weeks Sunday World had the headline
"WILLIE SETS US UP FOR A BIG FÁIL
Now it's the country he is misleading"
In the caption under his photograph they refer to Willie O'Dea as a "hypocrite"
Neither are they buying into Willie O'Dea's bogus attack on the bankers.
"But, get this, we'll borrow €200 billion over the next ten years to pay for our non-banking deficit.
That's practically an Anglo sized hole in our budget every year for ten years and it has absolutely NOTHING to do with the banks.
It's there because Bertie Ahern, Brian Cowen, Mary Harney, Charlie McCreevy, Brian Lenihan and Willie O'Dea are incompetent.
They not only fuelled the bubble and spent money we didn't have, they committed themselves to spending tens of billions of Euro we would NEVER have. Just to win elections and get a Garda driven Merc each .
If Willie O'Dea wants to start singing 'We're not going to take it' he'd better do it in front of a mirror.
Misleading the High Court is one thing.
Misleading an entire country takes some balls."
And whereas the Sindo refrer to their buddy O'Dea as the "poll topping politician" the Sunday World describe him in the following terms
"You'll remember Willie as the minister with the dodgy memory who had to resign from Cabinet for making a false statement under oath and misleading the High Court."
The Sunday World article calls him a "hypocrite"