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Thread: Marian Finucane, why? (Original Thread)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RainyDay View Post

    I loved the way that he started out noting his concern about Eamonn Coughlan telling a 'personal story' and how personal stories clouded the debate and weren't helpful.

    And then he spent the rest of the interview talking about his personal story.
    He didn't just launch into it, actually said he didn't see the value personal stories would add to the debate and then MF immediately asked for his!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boy M5 View Post
    But he was asked by Finucane.
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    He didn't just launch into it, actually said he didn't see the value personal stories would add to the debate and then MF immediately asked for his!
    Here's a mad idea - he could have said 'No' to MF. She's not God. If personal stories don't add much to the debate, why did he spend so long with his?

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    I do believe she did it again within a matter of months. Launched straight into discussions forgetting to first inform us who the panel were ...!!! Amateur hour.
    Why, instead of once again an anti-SF subject, some other topic for a change like:
    are those paid multiples hundreds of euros actually in any way deserving of them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wicklowperson View Post
    She is very poor with her interviews and I feel at times totally out of depth with many subjects. Clare Byrne was good during her prolonged summer holidays.
    Really RTE need to get rid of these type presenters (Joe Duffy etc) and allow new talent on.
    Agreed, she's an intellectual lightweight.

    Herself and Joe Duffy appeal to the lowest common denominator.

    People who choose not to have anything to do with RTE should not be compelled to pay these people's salaries, its obscene.
    The facts and nothing but the facts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sister Mercedes View Post
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    Patronise much?

    I'd say Keith has thought about the subject more than most. I doubt he lies awake at night wondering what the like of you think about him or names you call him. Your bully boy (girl?) antics are the staple of the "liberal" set in Ireland.

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    Keith has allied himself with individuals and groups who campaigned against the introduction of civil partnerships. Some within that circle actually opposed the decriminalisation of homosexuality.

    A Reminder For Susan Philips - Krank.ie

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    The mask is slipping!!! It's clear why she forgot to introduce the panel, she's slavering, she's baying for the blood of the salary-reducers, sorry of the "child-abusers" ...

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    Nora Owen is providing a party political broadcast in favour of Phoney Gale, to Shane Coleman, on Noosetalk.

    Suddenly the government are doing great on PS reform.

    Does that include McNulty ?
    Coveney's ambition is the be Ireland's next EU Commissar and Ireland will pay a price as he builds his CV to position himself sufficiently loyal to the nEU empire.

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    And this claim closes my little ira rant half hour.
    Eurostat will sort it out. FG can only spoof so many for so long.
    TICTOC TICTOC EUROSTAT IS COMING RUN BLUESHIRTS RUN

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