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    Default #VINB Thur 7/2/2013: Oh, what a big deal!


    Donal Donovan, Former Deputy Director, IMF Fmr IMF deputy director Donal Donovan assesses the IBRC plan
    Sarah McInerney, Political correspondent Sunday Times https://twitter.com/SarahAMcInerney
    Pat Rabbitte, Lab TD Dublin South-West; Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources Pat Rabbitte - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Didn't turn up
    Michael Taft, Economist Unite https://twitter.com/notesonthefront
    Peadar Tóibín, SF TD Meath West http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peadar_T%C3%B3ib%C3%and ; https://twitter.com/notesonthefront

    How does Vinny do it? After last night’s three-hour marathon he’s back smiling in studio. Same theme - those promissory notes. And not only has he got a Labour TD on, but a Minister to boot. Let’s hope he does.

    So, how good a deal is it for us? Have we now turned that corner? Are things on the up and up? Or are there a few sneakey things in the deal that we don’t know yet? Let’s hope Vinny can provide some answers as they debate the €60 billion FF-FG-Lab kindergarten debt deal.

    Not quite the popcorn night of last night, but should be an entertaining watch … [usual time 23:00 tonight].

    A smiling Mario

    Kenny says ECB deal could cut borrowing by €20 billion - The Irish Times - Thu, Feb 07, 2013
    Ireland hails historic debt deal with ECB | Reuters
    Deal reached with ECB over Anglo promissory notes - RTÉ News
    Four TDs seek to join promissory note appeal - RTÉ News
    Mixed political reaction to ECB deal - The Irish Times - Thu, Feb 07, 2013


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    Rabbitte has no problem coming on tonight!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShoutingIsLeadership View Post
    Rabbitte has no problem coming on tonight!
    He has nothing to contribute either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShoutingIsLeadership View Post
    Rabbitte has no problem coming on tonight!
    Hopefully he can stay sober.
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    Pat Rabbitte? His behavior last night and today was disgraceful. Lets the side down.
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    Haha Rabbitte turns up tonight thinking he has a victory for the sheep. Shameful stuff but what else have we come to expect from our political scum class.

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    Rabitte will be unbearable tonight - he is the last person the gov should be rolling out!

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    For Once Vincent Browne will be unable to attack one single thing the government has done today, perhaps he may even congratulate them.

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    That's a very unbalanced panel tonight.

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    Pity there is only Vinny to challenge him, wouldn't mind a two hour special again tonight

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