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Thread: IBRC Bill - for immediate decision.

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    Default IBRC Bill - for immediate decision.

    http://namawinelake.files.wordpress....2013-final.pdf

    Legislators have 40 minutes to read and understand this.
    "It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends upon his not understanding it." - Upton Sinclair.

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    Time up. Now you must vote Yes. Trust us. There is no alternative.
    "It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends upon his not understanding it." - Upton Sinclair.

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    fingers crossed for a bit of michael D magic

    "I like a bit of a cavort, I don't send 'em solicitor's letters. I apply a bit of pressure"

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    Listening to Noonan just now saying no legal action can be taken against IBRC without permission of the High Court, I have to ask if the actual legal action against them has anything to do with this legislation?

    Also it seems the proceeds of IBRC's assets will go to the unsecured creditors first. Meaning the bondholders it seems to me?

    Furthermore, he says many IBRC employees will be kept on to assist with the implementation.

    Plus ca change plus c'est la meme chose.
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    Straight jacket for sale would suit a two armed person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by artfoley56 View Post
    fingers crossed for a bit of michael D magic

    The greatest muppet of them all, an eejit that believes he has an intellect ? all those years in politics and it took a rigged TV programme straight out of Tammany Hall to get in and still no admission of such shenanigins. You just have to laugh at this place.

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    Has FG rolled over and bitten the ECB bullet , course they have,

    If on the other hand oil rigs were in place, 20 new Navy fishery boats were on stream and the massive windfarms were built then we would be back in some form of commonwealth in the morning with the Brits and telling the EU bankers to F off,

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    Does anybody have any idea what the implications would be if this bill is not passed tonight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by He3 View Post
    http://namawinelake.files.wordpress....2013-final.pdf

    Legislators have 40 minutes to read and understand this.
    The poor things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reck-less View Post
    The poor things.
    poor? dont think so - pigs are well fed.

    the "poor things" out of this will be ordinary paddys.
    too stupid to see whats happening in front of their eyes.
    voting yes on a bill like this with 40 minutes reading time is an affront to every person in this country.
    Its an outrage.
    Put forward a minimal bill to protect assets of IRBC - that is all.
    No transfer of PNs to ECB ( who cant reduce debt - by law ).
    FF makes me sick 'good faith' - in self confessed liars - sure isnt that what you tend to say when you want a vote.
    disgusting parasites the lot of them.
    "I really don't give a fiddlers if the truth has to be massaged a bit along the way." - someone explaining why its ok for Enda to lie.

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