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    Sinn Fein Ard Fheis this weekend in Castlebar of all places.

    Any shinners out there know if there is anything interesting on the Clar?

    Does anyone even care about the Sinn Fein Ard Fheis?

    Given there is no election this year, the government coalition looks like it will run its five year term, and with them only two years into that five year programme, is an opposition Ard Fheis an exercise in futility.

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    Tiocfaidh ár divisive comment! I believe that Gerry Adams opening address will be a tribute to the late Iron Lady and will be dubbed by an actor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by irelandmearsedotcom View Post
    Tiocfaidh ár divisive comment! I believe that Gerry Adams opening address will be a tribute to the late Iron Lady and will be dubbed by an actor!
    Well they do need something to generate some publicity on it, bloody dead looking at the moment.

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    Heading for Endas home town, wonder are they thinking of joining him after next election. Their only chance of power and maybe Endas only chance of a second term os Taoseach

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    How is their youth wing developing?


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    Quote Originally Posted by culmore View Post
    Heading for Endas home town, wonder are they thinking of joining him after next election. Their only chance of power and maybe Endas only chance of a second term os Taoseach
    I have no doubt they are heading to Mayo for a number of reasons...

    1. To up the profile of their council candidates in Mayo... with the locals coming up next year

    2. To up the profile of potential GE candidates for next time out .. doub't FG can hold 4 seats next time out, SF will be hoping to pick up one of the ones they lose

    3. To strenghten their profile in the West of Ireland

    4. To get away from the idea that they are "mainly urban" (not going to make the same mistake as Labour there)

    5. Mayo's a nice old spot.. would have gone myself had I been a member

    As for joining FG after the next election.. think they'll leave it to Michael and Enda to work something out next time
    1,197 people agree with me.. how many agree with you ?

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    Maybe they'll apologise for the atrocities they committed over the years and for trying to kill Mrs Thatcher and her cabinet in 1984.

    Their sour grapes that they failed is still evident in the comments Adams made on Monday.

    Normal people who can't say anything positive about a dead person refrain from saying anything. But I suppose you can't expect murderers to behave normally.

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    Will Fianna Fail's very own secret weapon Gerry Adams use the occasion to announce that he will be stepping down as SF leader and will be handing over the reigns to McDonald in the not too distant future?!
    FF said hello and welcome to the IMF. FG said goodbye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tough Paddy View Post
    Will Fianna Fail's very own secret weapon Gerry Adams use the occasion to announce that he will be stepping down as SF leader and will be handing over the reigns to McDonald in the not too distant future?!
    As evidenced in Meath East, it is SF's only hope of progressing further in Ireland, or, in what they call 'this State'.

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