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    Default Bertie:Don't blame me for the recession.

    Headline in the Sun tomorrow.

    Bertie gives an interview and presumably denies it all.He had nothing to do with it.

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    bertie 'the fool who broke the nation' ahern

    in denial? delusional? always.

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    "Ah jayus byes, ye can't be blamin' me, I'm ju-ju-just Beartie..."
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    blame the global economic downturn for the global recession.

    blame bertie for the housing bubble, the high government and senior civil servant pay, the reckless squandering of billions of euro on his watch, the poor health service, the lack of efficient public transport, the dependance on foreign companies creating jobs, the lack of any coherent economic policy.

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    What an a$$h0l€

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    I think this is about the fourth time in less than a year I have linked to this post of mine. If someone could figure out a way to keep this gobsh!te in the public eye as an example of what is wrong with Irish society I'd welcome it, otherwise we really need to be rid of him.

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    Not sure where I heard it, but when El Berto was heading out to New York recently en route to giving his 150 bucks a plate dinner and speech in Honduras (of all places), he ran into a bunch of Northside brickies in immigration clearance in Dublin.
    "Howyiz, lads?" mumbles the Bert. "Off for a bit of shopping are yiz?"
    "F uck you, you criminal c unt," comes the reply. "We're having to emigrate because of you!"
    A sanitised version of this anecdote appeared in a number of newspapers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DCon View Post
    blame the global economic downturn for the global recession.

    blame bertie for the housing bubble, the high government and senior civil servant pay, the reckless squandering of billions of euro on his watch, the poor health service, the lack of efficient public transport, the dependance on foreign companies creating jobs, the lack of any coherent economic policy.
    But of course if Bertie says it isn't so then of course it isn't so.

    This is a foretaste of what we can expect when FF go into opposition.

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    No, he'll happily lump the blame on to anyone else in order to protect himself, like the good coward he is, but God Forbid that he get a share himself:

    http://www.politics.ie/current-affai...ame-banks.html
    and
    http://www.politics.ie/fianna-fail/4...wen-again.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCSkinner View Post
    Not sure where I heard it, but when El Berto was heading out to New York recently en route to giving his 150 bucks a plate dinner and speech in Honduras (of all places), he ran into a bunch of Northside brickies in immigration clearance in Dublin.
    "Howyiz, lads?" mumbles the Bert. "Off for a bit of shopping are yiz?"
    "F uck you, you criminal c unt," comes the reply. "We're having to emigrate because of you!"
    A sanitised version of this anecdote appeared in a number of newspapers.
    Miriam Lord had a sanitised (just a tad) version a few months ago:
    MIRIAM LORD'S WEEK - The Irish Times - Sat, Feb 21, 2009

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