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    Default John Gormley "finding consensus"

    In the national interest...consensus consensus consensus, blah blah.

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RKLQu3-E9s]YouTube - John Gormley talk to the media about finding consensus[/ame]

    Just go away John. Pull the plug.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dredger View Post
    In the national interest...consensus consensus consensus, blah blah.

    Just go away John. Pull the plug.
    'A Green Party initiative which has the backing of the Government'.

    Cowen must have been washing down his steak and chips with the last of the Bushmills when John asked his opinion.
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    But but John doesn't want people agreeing with him! Disagreement and protest is a sign the greens are doing the right things according to what he said at the gp conference in Waterford a while back!!
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    heres a consensus for you john - you're a spineless man with no principles who will gladly continue the anal rape of the irish people as long as you get yours.

    You will get yours, john.
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    I think the consensus is that the Green Party should stop propping up FF and give the people an election. If Green Party doesn't do that then the Green Party is finished, if they do pull the plug then they might have some hope of earning a little respect and salvaging something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asparagus View Post
    heres a consensus for you john - you're a spineless man with no principles who will gladly continue the anal rape of the irish people as long as you get yours.

    You will get yours, john.
    Bit over the top there Asparagus?

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    The only consensus John Gormley can have is at the ballot box! Anything else... he can take a running jump!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gimpanzee View Post
    Bit over the top there Asparagus?
    In fairness, Asparagus is fairly reflecting the mood of the electorate.

    That is how many, many people feel about JG.

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    Just saw this being discussed on Leaders Questions in the Dail ---sounds as if it might be a runner!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OceanFrog View Post
    In fairness, Asparagus is fairly reflecting the mood of the electorate.

    That is how many, many people feel about JG.
    Now, in fairness, you using the words 'in fairness' in relation to the green party parliamentary party members is a waste of good pixels, isn't it? We know how you feel.

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