Dohertys Mask slips on BBC

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An extraordinary interview by Pearse Doherty on BBC news this evening. He spoke about the electorate betraying Fianna Fail and broke into the usual guff about Republican values.
His minders must have been hooping it up and let him loose. The electorate deputy doherty betrayed no one . Less of the stakeknife stuff if you dont mind.
 


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Masking in glory?
 

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An extraordinary interview by Pearse Doherty on BBC news this evening. He spoke about the electorate betraying Fianna Fail and broke into the usual guff about Republican values.
His minders must have been hooping it up and let him loose. The electorate deputy doherty betrayed no one . Less of the stakeknife stuff if you dont mind.
Could you please outline what his "mask" was meant to portray, what was on display when his "mask" slipped and, in detail, what happened happened to cause his "mask" to slip.

Why? Because I haven't got a clue what you are talking about.
 

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An extraordinary interview by Pearse Doherty on BBC news this evening. He spoke about the electorate betraying Fianna Fail and broke into the usual guff about Republican values.
His minders must have been hooping it up and let him loose. The electorate deputy doherty betrayed no one . Less of the stakeknife stuff if you dont mind.
Do I detect a tinge of fear amongst the blueshirts?
 

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Stupid FG thread in desperation, he made a minor gaffe in one of fifty interviews that he was doing, which he actually corrected before he had finished the same sentence. Go away.
 

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An extraordinary interview by Pearse Doherty on BBC news this evening. He spoke about the electorate betraying Fianna Fail and broke into the usual guff about Republican values.
His minders must have been hooping it up and let him loose. The electorate deputy doherty betrayed no one . Less of the stakeknife stuff if you dont mind.
TUT TUT It must be depressing in your camp tonight.
Kenny is your problem sort it out or you might get something
similar in the GE.
You still have several months till the next election.
Your leader bungled that last week when you had the chance.
:cool::cool::cool::cool:
 

inchicore_republican

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An extraordinary interview by Pearse Doherty on BBC news this evening. He spoke about the electorate betraying Fianna Fail and broke into the usual guff about Republican values.
His minders must have been hooping it up and let him loose. The electorate deputy doherty betrayed no one . Less of the stakeknife stuff if you dont mind.
Shocking a member of Sinn Fein talks about Republicanism what next a Fine Gaeler joining Anglo Irish Bank.
 

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An extraordinary interview by Pearse Doherty on BBC news this evening. He spoke about the electorate betraying Fianna Fail and broke into the usual guff about Republican values.
His minders must have been hooping it up and let him loose. The electorate deputy doherty betrayed no one . Less of the stakeknife stuff if you dont mind.
I don't speak English as a first language & it's a mistake I could easily make when speaking. Is Irish Doherty's first language?
 

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An extraordinary interview by Pearse Doherty on BBC news this evening. He spoke about the electorate betraying Fianna Fail and broke into the usual guff about Republican values.
His minders must have been hooping it up and let him loose. The electorate deputy doherty betrayed no one . Less of the stakeknife stuff if you dont mind.
What a joke of a thread with no substance just Fine Gael sour grapes, look at your own leader he makes a gaffe everytime he opens his mouth. During the worst economic disaster in the history of the country he was next to invisible. The results of the election speak loud and clear, the people have spoken.
 

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It was a shameful that Kenny did not turn up to support his candidate this evening,
 

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Shocking a member of Sinn Fein talks about Republicanism what next a Fine Gaeler joining Anglo Irish Bank.
Well said. No differ in FF/FG.
 

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Do I detect a tinge of fear amongst the blueshirts?
You know, you might be right, Clanny. There is something of The Smell of Fear about them after today's poor showing by FG in DSW.

Having said that, Sinn Fein have been the only party acting like an opposition party in recent times and Doherty's victory today was well deserved. He was by some distance the best candidate in the field and he is a forceful and effective communicator. His general demeanour reflects well on him and the party he represents and if he represents the coming generation in SF, a lot more people who had not voted SF in the past may consider voting for them in the future.
 

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You know, you might be right, Clanny. There is something of The Smell of Fear about them after today's poor showing by FG in DSW.

Having said that, Sinn Fein have been the only party acting like an opposition party in recent times and Doherty's victory today was well deserved. He was by some distance the best candidate in the field and he is a forceful and effective communicator. His general demeanour reflects well on him and the party he represents and if he represents the coming generation in SF, a lot more people who had not voted SF in the past may consider voting for them in the future.
You are correct. I would never ever have considered voting Sinn Fein but they do have well thought out policies and they tend to have articulate well educated candidates. No Dill O'Wee types or with fake Inda Kenny style gravitas. It may have been socially unacceptable in some quarters but these are not normal times.
 

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What a non-thread... totally pointless.

And regarding Pearse Doherty's first language, yes he is a native Irish speaker. Comhghairdeas mór leis inniu.
 

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It was a shameful that Kenny did not turn up to support his candidate this evening,
They wont allow him speak in public for he will only make an ASS of himself as he usually does. What sort of TSHIRT is he going to make.
Will it be like North Korea and have one of his minions come out of the bunker an say our leader says this or that. Fantastic, what a country we are going to have.
:mad::mad:
 


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