Cowen on CNBC 03/11/2010

DCon

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"Ireland has shown determination to deal with matters"

"We want to get back to growth"

"Short-term sentiment ebbs and flows"

"very much emphasising that the 4-year plan will provide a credible mechanism"

"Ireland will move to a BOP surplus next year"

Ireland has more U.S. FDI than China"



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HarshBuzz

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governing by cliche

how inspiring
 

jpc

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To borrow from the Doonsbury strip in todays IT.

We have an arsonist trying to take credit for peeing on the inferno he started.
Biff doesn't appreciate irony
 

nonpartyboy

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Total spoofer, just like his finance minister.
 

Holy Cow

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Nobody believes this fool. Its time for him to resign.
 

HarshBuzz

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surely he is the Fat Controller from Thomas the Tank Engine?
 

Cassandra Syndrome

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No wonder our yields soared. One minute the resident CNBC Chicago Mercantile Exchange slick, astute, no nonsense genius pundit Rick Santelli is on one of his witty, intellectual rants, the next thing Our Dear Leader's obese cabbage face is on slabbering slurred soundbites that make no sense.

Where to get those facepalm images?
 

cozzy121

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No wonder our yields soared. One minute the resident CNBC Chicago Mercantile Exchange slick, astute, no nonsense genius pundit Rick Santelli is on one of his witty, intellectual rants, the next thing Our Dear Leader's obese cabbage face is on slabbering slurred soundbites that make no sense.

Where to get those facepalm images?
 


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