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Thread: Time for unity, not petty squabbling - apparently

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    Default Time for unity, not petty squabbling - apparently

    Time for unity, not petty squabbling - Letters, Opinion - Independent.ie

    Embryonic, smug, invested nonsense.

    The Irish Independent challenges the value of such shambolic and hysterical debate. We have heard all the recriminations and all the theories about alternative strategies and we are not impressed.
    Condemnant quod non intellegunt.

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    I guess some low-IQed journo was watching Braveheart on DVD and went off on a Willie Wallace rant. The reason that few people fully understand what happened is because there has been abject lying, deceit and intentional incompetence.

    Regards...jmcc

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    This is part of the "national gov, they are all the same brigade".

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    stop beating our breasts and move forward together.
    I don't want to move anywhere with these scumbags.

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    one of the reasons people are annoyed is because it has taken so long to get to where we are TWO YEARS

    TWO YEARS to carry out due diligence procedures on the 6 banks and set up NAMA, and

    with NAMA having raised the threshold of qualifying loans from €5 to €20m how much more sh*te is buried in the banks books currently valued between €5 and €20m, and

    don't give me this complex rubbish of people working through the night to set NAMA up etc it just should have been done a year ago

    granted the figures may well have been just as bad as they are now however if it had have been done a year ago, and god knows the government paid €34m in professional fees for help, we may now be feeling slightly better about ourselves and starting on the road to recovery

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    Sounds like what the captain of the titanic would have said just before the steerage passengers got their hands on him had he been a gutless wimp, at least he had the decency to go down with his ship.

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    *sigh*

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    I'd say this fella is a hoot at funerals............."C'mon, mate, your da is dead - put him in the ground and move on"

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    They are right we are all in this together.
    Though I await Dennis O'Brien - the largest shareholder in the Indo I believe- to move his tax domicile back to Ireland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boy M5 View Post
    They are right we are all in this together.
    TDs with six figure salaries plus expenses; poor old broke Seanie Fitz? I dunno about you mate but as far as I'm concerned we're NOT all in this together

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