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    Default Whopper Harney - fit for Health ?

    Ok this is a contentious one....

    Besides spouting whoppers all the time Mary Harney is a Whopper. She shows no signs of diminishing. She doesn't speak about her medical condition in public. Nor does she seem to work to challenge & cope with it. Don't tell me that it is "glandular", it is psychological. I propose that a relcalitrant glutton oughtn't be Minister for Health.

    I believe that it demeans mental illness for Whopper Harney to plod around insouciantly.This clearly demonstrates a defiance for her body & is a form of self harm. If she persisted in walking around on a broken leg people wouldn't stand for it. Also the profoundly rotund are much more likely to clog up & use our health services: obesity is now at epidemic levels.

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    Ok this is a contentious one....
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyberianpan
    Ok this is a contentious one....

    Besides spouting whoppers all the time Mary Harney is a Whopper. She shows no signs of diminishing. She doesn't speak about her medical condition in public. Nor does she seem to work to challenge & cope with it. Don't tell me that it is "glandular", it is psychological. I propose that a relcalitrant glutton oughtn't be Minister for Health.

    I believe that it demeans mental illness for Whopper Harney to plod around insouciantly.This clearly demonstrates a defiance for her body & is a form of self harm. If she persisted in walking around on a broken leg people wouldn't stand for it. Also the profoundly rotund are much more likely to clog up & use our health services: obesity is now at epidemic levels.

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    If every body else stuffed themslves like she apparently does, the farming industry would be in far better shape than it is in today (but everybody else would obviously be in far worse shape).

    So, my boy, the fat little rolly polly girl is just doing her patriotic duty. You should kneel before her & be grateful.

    She's doing it for you.
    Poni welwch chwi hynt y gwynt a'r glaw?
    Poni welwch chi'r deri'n ymdaraw?

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    Good to see the standard of debate in relation to our health service on this website is consistent if nothing else.

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    Biffo does his best for the farming industry too, to give him his due.
    Poni welwch chwi hynt y gwynt a'r glaw?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trefor
    ...kneel before her & be grateful.

    She's doing it for you.

    Hmm. And double hmm. The image is unwelcome.
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    Default Re: Whopper Harney - fit for Health ?

    Quote Originally Posted by ibis
    Quote Originally Posted by Trefor
    ...kneel before her & be grateful.

    She's doing it for you.

    Hmm. And double hmm. The image is unwelcome.
    Agreed, most unwelcome goes to show that there is a shudder factor about her. Not saying that we ought have an über-buff Gaby Logan as Minister for Health but at least not someone who is morbidly unhealthy & wallowing in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biffo
    Good to see the standard of debate in relation to our health service on this website is consistent if nothing else.
    Exactly.
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    Her size is not much of an issue for me personally, as the issue is that like the vast majority of her predecessors, she is an ineffective Minister for Health. If however, in her role as Minister for Health she launched an obesity awareness campaign or some such, without leading by example, I think it would be a wee bit rich.

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    so, to follow the logic of this thread, if only healthy people can be minister for health does that mean that only:

    strong people can be minister for defence,
    green people can be minister for the environment
    stern and educated people can be minister for education
    agriculture and food can only be ministered by a hungry farmer
    enterprise trade and employment can only be ministered by a successful businessperson
    foreign affairs can only be ministered by a vetern backpacker
    finance can ony be ministered by the financially solvent

    i can't think of any for justice, arts heritage gaeltacht and the other ministries!
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