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    Default Sinn Fein and the antics of Barry McElduff

    What is Barry McElduff about?

    Have SF learnt anything from the democratic process.

    From selling provo tat to stunts like that of Barry McElduff - Sinn Fein needs change.

    We can only hope that new leadership will change the mentality of this group.

    It is a hope - can't really see it happening.

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    Merge.
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    Sinn Fein and the antics of Barry McElduff

    yeah - it's the Scandal of the Age.
    & you're the third geezer to raise a thread on it.

    I think that the Bowler-Hatted Bigot from London ........... ahem ...............Derry was the first.
    you're in good company, even if you're a bit slow off the mark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cork View Post
    What is Barry McElduff about?

    Have SF learnt anything from the democratic process.

    From selling provo tat to stunts like that of Barry McElduff - Sinn Fein needs change.

    We can only hope that new leadership will change the mentality of this group.

    It is a hope - can't really see it happening.
    It is an interesting thought - would McElduff have done this if McGuinness was still in charge?
    Would he have got off as lightly - 3 months paid holiday - if he had pulled a stunt like this -
    Adams is going, McGuinness is gone, Do Mary Lou and Michelle have the authority to rein in the loopers ?

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    Faux outrage from unionists who daily issue sectarian threats and abuse.

    Unionists the most oppressed people ever - furious at everything, ashamed of nothing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Levellers View Post
    Faux outrage from unionists who daily issue sectarian threats and abuse.

    Unionists the most oppressed people ever - furious at everything, ashamed of nothing.
    Its not outrageous to expect politicians to behave like adults.

    If they do want to have a joke it should be funny and incisive. It shouldn't come across as a symptom of learning difficulties.
    reduce presidential terms to 5 years

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruimh View Post
    It is an interesting thought - would McElduff have done this if McGuinness was still in charge?
    Would he have got off as lightly - 3 months paid holiday - if he had pulled a stunt like this -
    Adams is going, McGuinness is gone, Do Mary Lou and Michelle have the authority to rein in the loopers ?
    Do they have the authority to keep their party together?
    reduce presidential terms to 5 years

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    Waterford Whispers is getting mileage out of it again today anyway:

    5 More Gags Northern Politicians Can Pull On Sensitive Dates – Waterford Whispers News
    After all, tomorrow is another day.

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    I have to say, well done Barry McElduff, for reminding us all that Sinn Féin is still riddled with unreconstructed thugs and uneducated morons.

    If they dared run for coalition with FF in the next election, well I am sure Barry's video will return to haunt them.

    As bad as the FF/FG criminal axis are, Sinn Féin are no answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cork View Post
    What is Barry McElduff about?

    Have SF learnt anything from the democratic process.

    From selling provo tat to stunts like that of Barry McElduff - Sinn Fein needs change.

    We can only hope that new leadership will change the mentality of this group.

    It is a hope - can't really see it happening.
    Where you seriously completely unaware that there's already ta thread on this?
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