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    The Taoiseach and President of the EU, Mr. Enda Kenny, was today guest of honor at the CSU Parteitag (like an Ard Fheis).

    The CSU is the Bavarian 'sister party' of Angela Merkels CDU.

    The Bavarian Govenor, Horst Seehofer, lavished praise on Mr. Kenny and how Ireland are working very hard to overcome the crisis.

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    Kenny outlined in his speech the success his government has in dealing with the crisis.

    We are the poster boys of Europe and Mr. Kenny should be congratulated on his handling of the economy.

    From afar Ireland is looked upon as the country most likely to prosper again.

    http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/...reaking19.html

    http://www.thejournal.ie/kenny-to-ad...44913-Jan2013/
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    Quote Originally Posted by jo9jo View Post
    The Taoiseach and President of the EU, Mr. enda Kenny, was today guest of honor at the CSU Parteitag (like an Ard Fheis).

    The CSU is the Bavarian 'sister party' of Angela Merkels CDU.

    The Bavarian Govenor, Horst Seehofer, lavished praise on Mr. Kenny and how Ireland are working very hard to overcome the crisis.

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    Kenny outlined in his speech the success his government has in dealing with the crisis.

    We are the poster boys of Europe and Mr. Kenny should be congratulated on his handling of the economy.

    From afar Ireland is looked upon as the country most likely to prosper again.

    Kenny seeks German backing - The Irish Times - Tue, Jan 08, 2013
    Let Kenny join that Party and stay in Bararia, he will not be missed. If this Country is recovering from it's woes, it has feck all to do with Kenny. No more than Bertie fixed the North...Jeez give us a break.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by jo9jo View Post
    Kenny outlined in his speech the success his government has in dealing with the crisis.
    oh great we're finally going to end the derivatives 'market' and wipe clean their multi trillion euro debt our government is obliged to cover.
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    Of course they love him he is the highest payed person there its a kind of jealous love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jo9jo View Post
    The Taoiseach and President of the EU, Mr. Enda Kenny, was today guest of honor at the CSU Parteitag (like an Ard Fheis).

    The CSU is the Bavarian 'sister party' of Angela Merkels CDU.

    The Bavarian Govenor, Horst Seehofer, lavished praise on Mr. Kenny and how Ireland are working very hard to overcome the crisis.

    Google ‹bersetzer

    Kenny outlined in his speech the success his government has in dealing with the crisis.

    We are the poster boys of Europe and Mr. Kenny should be congratulated on his handling of the economy.

    From afar Ireland is looked upon as the country most likely to prosper again.

    Kenny seeks German backing - The Irish Times - Tue, Jan 08, 2013

    Kenny to address meeting of Merkel’s Bavarian sister party
    The Germans see the lapdog in a rather different light and they are not too impressed with Lucy either Ireland Seeks to Have Europe Share in Risk of Ailing Banking Sector - SPIEGEL ONLINE

    On the 6.1 News the President (?) of the CSU made it perfectly clear that there will be no deal on the legacy debt.

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