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Thread: What Odds Kenny to Step Down Before Bertie?

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    Default What Odds Kenny to Step Down Before Bertie?

    A fair question. Well what odds?

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    Very very long. See if you can put something on in Paddy Powers.

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    another stupid thread
    1,197 people agree with me.. how many agree with you ?

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    You never know with Fine Gael.

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    stupid stupid thread - i'll give you 50/1 - pm me..

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    er, why is this in justice?

    justice for bert?

    thats a laugh..

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    As BA himself said last week when doing a bit of panto auditioning up at the Castle, the Sun might crash into the Moon, but it didn't.

    Des O'Neill dryly replied that they were not examining the motions of celestial bodies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by droghedasouth
    As BA himself said last week when doing a bit of panto auditioning up at the Castle, the Sun might crash into the Moon, but it didn't.

    Des O'Neill dryly replied that they were not examining the motions of celestial bodies.
    No, indeed, but they were apparently examining everything else.

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    Paddy Power are offering odds on something similar over here.
    Next Dáil Party Leader to Resign?
    Singles Only. First to step down/resign as Party Leader. Doesn't include death.

    Bertie Ahern 10 - 11
    Caoimhin O' Caolain 7 - 4
    Enda Kenny 3 - 1
    John Gormley 9 - 1
    Nothing for Mary Harney or Eamonn Gilmore.
    Nothing will motivate the lazy / apathetic / Americanised / west-British types to embrace their culture and the Irish language.

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