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Thread: Gilmore Speech Castlebar Hotel Sat.16th Oct.2010

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    Default Gilmore Speech Castlebar Hotel Sat.16th Oct.2010

    Anyone interested in hearing Eamon Gilmore T.D. Leader of the Labour Party will be welcome to his closing address which will be given at 4.30pm. at The Breaffy Woods Hotel, Castlebar tomorrow afternoon at the end of a day long conference.

    There will be a debate on Health at 11.30am chaired by Dr. Jerry Cowley. The panel will consist of Deputy Jan O'Sullivan, Cllr, Colm Keaveney Galway County Council SIPTU and Dr. Martin Daley, Rural Doctors Assoc. and former President IMO TBC

    After lunch a debate on the Rural Economy will begin at 2.45pm. Willie Penrose T.D. Susan O'Keeffe Candidate Sligo/N Leitrim, Paul Keyes, Western Development Council and Jimmy Harte, Donegal County Council will make up the panel.

    Address by Eamon Gilmore at 4.30pm. All are welcome.

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    Expecting Gilmore to say where he will find the savings, or revenue, necessary to bridge the current budget deficit is like asking Gerry Adams if he was ever a member of the IRA.

    Perhaps Eamon's speech will announce he plans to use quantitive easing (printing money), this novel approach to money shortages was first used by his comrades in the Workers Party thirty years ago

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    Nobody in Fianna Fail is in a position to point the finger at anyone else.We have seen the helicopters arrive at the Galway tent to support Bertie,We have seen the destruction Cowen presided over as minister of Finance, We have seen the utter failure of Brian Lenihan to improve our finances, in fact we are now in a much worse
    position than when he took over 2 years ago, They have led us to the most disgraceful period in our history, We need to have an election now, our credibility
    is gone, There can be no hope of recovery until the electorate have their say who is to lift us out of the mess this government has landed us in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petervalhala View Post
    Expecting Gilmore to say where he will find the savings, or revenue, necessary to bridge the current budget deficit is like asking Gerry Adams if he was ever a member of the IRA.

    Perhaps Eamon's speech will announce he plans to use quantitive easing (printing money), this novel approach to money shortages was first used by his comrades in the Workers Party thirty years ago
    So when does a politician become "clean" enough for you petervalhala?

    We have ongoing TODAY the most horrendous consequences imaginable of almost 15 years of corruption and you immediately come up with your scummy remark about Gilmore, who was a very young man at that time, had never anything to do with anything illegal and has shown his class, intelligence and something totally alien to your FF puppet masters, honesty over the last 30 odd years.

    I thought some local people would like to attend, hence this information. Put their points of view across, ask questions. But no. The usual scum rises to the surface. I don't know why I bother.


    You are pathetic. Never anything useful or informative to say. Just trolling.

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    Is there any chance that he might actually get around to having policy? He is great at the soundbites. Some policies (and not just padding your 'policy' pages with speeches and an Education policy that runs to just two pages!) are needed.
    "In [Ireland] a wife is regarded as a chattel, just as a thoroughbred mare or cow." Mr Justice Butler in the Irish courts. 'Traditional Marriage' in the 1970s.

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    The standard of smear must be removed from our political system. The sooner we have an election the better chance we have of leaving behind us the standard that has left ua a laughing stock around the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyO'Brien View Post
    Is there any chance that he might actually get around to having policy? He is great at the soundbites. Some policies (and not just padding your 'policy' pages with speeches and an Education policy that runs to just two pages!) are needed.
    Why don't you come and ask him Tommy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by turdsl View Post
    The standard of smear must be removed from our political system. The sooner we have an election the better chance we have of leaving behind us the standard that has left ua a laughing stock around the world.

    I tell you turdsi, the same old shlte, day in, day out, singing from the same hymn sheet. God, some people are so boring!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lazarus View Post
    Why don't you come and ask him Tommy?
    I see him every day. I don't have to go to Castlebar for that.
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    Comrade Eamonn has the solution to all of Ireland's problems, he'll wave a magic wand and everything will once again be fine with the economy. I'm sick and tired of listening to his braindead, populist rethoric.

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