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Thread: Would A Sean Gallagher Presidency Have Made Any Difference?

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    He was more of a racing certainty for the Aras than even Kerry were for the five in a row back in the day.
    Were it not for a famous tweet and that panel interview, we would undoubtedly have been subjected to President Sean Gallagher for 7 years and as FFGLAB wouldn't want to waste money on a presidential election, 7 more years as well.

    https://www.theguardian.com/commenti...sean-gallagher

    Would his presidency have made a jot a difference?
    Well the optics at the team presentations to the President at rugby matches would be any way!petunia
    And I doubt he would be jollying around the globe as much as the current incumbent 'intellectual'!
    He may have reffered more bills for scrutiny by the council of state and supreme court before signing as Mickey said he would be reluctant to do so as once the supreme court approves in that situation they are copper fastened forever wrt to challenge in an Irish Court.
    I doubt he would have eulogised Castro!
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    "never trust a bagman, they will only double cross you"

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    Would have resulted in 50% more baldness.

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    Blokesbloke would have been a happier man.

    Other than that no difference whatsoever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by General Urko View Post
    He was more of a racing certainty for the Aras than even Kerry were for the five in a row back in the day.
    Were it not for a famous tweet and that panel interview, we would undoubtedly have been subjected to President Sean Gallagher for 7 years and as FFGLAB wouldn't want to waste money on a presidential election, 7 more years as well.

    https://www.theguardian.com/commenti...sean-gallagher

    Would his presidency have made a jot a difference?
    Well the optics at the team presentations to the President at rugby matches would be any way!petunia
    And I doubt he would be jollying around the globe as much as the current incumbent 'intellectual'!
    He may have reffered more bills for scrutiny by the council of state and supreme court before signing as Mickey said he would be reluctant to do so as once the supreme court approves in that situation they are copper fastened forever wrt to challenge in an Irish Court.
    I doubt he would have eulogised Castro!
    He would have invited Trump the moment he got elected.

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    Less interference in day to day Politics.

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    "always free cheese in a mouse trap"


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    In sporting terms his defeat was analogous to George's in Kinshasa -

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnhan278 View Post
    "never trust a bagman, they will only double cross you"

    And that's just an ordinary bagman.

    Our boy was a FFailure bagman.

    Can you imagine the embarrasment of having that arsewipe as President.
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    Presumably he wouldn’t screw up a job it’s actually hard to screw up at. Maaaaybe a little bounce for FF? No other impact though.
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