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    Default Sean O'Rourke Show

    Just tuned in this morning.
    He lists the items coming up, and one of the delights that he promises us is a preview of the All-Ireland final. So far so good. But then he adds that the preview will be done by politicians from Mayo and Dublin. In what way is that informative? I have no idea who the individual politicians are but I would hazard a guess that one of them is Michael Ring. I will be tuning out at the appropriate time.
    "Let's be fair about it, we all partied" St. Brian Lenihan November 17th 2010

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    If you're lucky you might get senators Mulhern and Noone as they won't be able to attend the actual final.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aristodemus View Post
    Just tuned in this morning.
    He lists the items coming up, and one of the delights that he promises us is a preview of the All-Ireland final. So far so good. But then he adds that the preview will be done by politicians from Mayo and Dublin. In what way is that informative? I have no idea who the individual politicians are but I would hazard a guess that one of them is Michael Ring. I will be tuning out at the appropriate time.
    Sean is very conservative and he's a political wonk. The All-Ireland is an opportunity to give free soft-focus coverage to politicians he approves of.

    He should get a slap on the wrist for this. Needless to say, he won't.

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    It'll be what you call a soft interview. Or waffle with cringe inducing parochialism.

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    Who best to talk about it than the lads going to it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aristodemus View Post
    Just tuned in this morning.
    He lists the items coming up, and one of the delights that he promises us is a preview of the All-Ireland final. So far so good. But then he adds that the preview will be done by politicians from Mayo and Dublin. In what way is that informative? I have no idea who the individual politicians are but I would hazard a guess that one of them is Michael Ring. I will be tuning out at the appropriate time.
    There's nothing SeŠn ”'Rourke likes more than GAA. He could spend hours shootin' the breeze about it. RT… love it 'cos de peepil love it, seemingly. . . Even on "News" shows the peepil have to get it in large doses . . .

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    Too late.
    It's Ring
    "Let's be fair about it, we all partied" St. Brian Lenihan November 17th 2010

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toland View Post
    Sean is very conservative and he's a political wonk. The All-Ireland is an opportunity to give free soft-focus coverage to politicians he approves of.

    He should get a slap on the wrist for this. Needless to say, he won't.
    its pretty well known that o rourke is a FF supporter

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    Quote Originally Posted by irish_bob View Post
    its pretty well known that o rourke is a FF supporter
    Pretty obvious even.

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    Kenny's 'address to Mayo' yesterday was very inappropriate for the leader of a country.

    Even after 100 years in the Dail, he still hasn't figured out he's not just a Castlebar councillor.

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