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Thread: Fire attack on office on FG TD's office.

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    Default Fire attack on office on FG TD's office.

    Don't see a thread on this, reminiscent of the attack on Noel Dempsey's Trim office.

    Looks like a very sinister development if as Paul Kehoe maintains its an ongoing campaign in relation to the introduction of the property tax.

    Have any other FG or LAB TD's come under this kind of attack or is it just confined to Wexford.

    Anyone have idea of what's going on?



    Political motive is behind fire attack on office, says TD - Independent.ie

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    Seem to have made a complete bollox of the thread title, could a mod change it for me please.

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    Attacks on property must always draw the most harsh sentences, otherwise how could the rich sleep easy in their beds, the standard irish solution is in effect, exile the young who might get angry. P.S. Love the hairstyle of monk kehoe, really suitable for the abortion referendum.

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    http://www.politics.ie/forum/fine-ga...s-protest.html

    The anti property tax boyos here weren't too happy with my thread.
    Plenty of shouting and name calling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by topcat4 View Post
    Don't see a thread on this, reminiscent of the attack on Noel Dempsey's Trim office.

    Looks like a very sinister development if as Paul Kehoe maintains its an ongoing campaign in relation to the introduction of the property tax.
    Any evidence?
    The world is a very puzzling place. If you're not willing to be puzzled, you just become a replica of someone else's mind.

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    There was a thread already TC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slippy wicket View Post
    http://www.politics.ie/forum/fine-ga...s-protest.html

    The anti property tax boyos here weren't too happy with my thread.
    Plenty of shouting and name calling.
    Your Op: ''I've rarely seen such a collection of filth and ne'er do wells in one place before as I have seen coming away from their protests.''

    You can say that again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slippy wicket View Post
    http://www.politics.ie/forum/fine-ga...s-protest.html

    The anti property tax boyos here weren't too happy with my thread.
    Plenty of shouting and name calling.
    Name calling you say.....your some piece of work.
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    'Confined to Wexford' ... like 1798?

    The rules of the forum do not presently allow me to express support for traditional Irish methods of dissent where the political representation chooses to ignore the people. But you may draw your own conclusion.

    And bugger Kehoe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by james5001 View Post
    Your Op: ''I've rarely seen such a collection of filth and ne'er do wells in one place before as I have seen coming away from their protests.''

    You can say that again.
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