Was asked about that on RTE - was more diplomatic - he said that they had different outlooks. He took advice from David McWilliams and valued the advice from experts and business community beyond the government. And left it at that...McGuinness was on local radio in Kilkenny earlier saying he didnt get on with his senior minister, Mary Coughlan.
Basically saying they had different visions for enterprise in the country.
Lets hope he convinces a few more of the fianna failures to cop on and stop supporting this incompetent administration.McGuinness is sticking the boot into Cowen on this on News at one right now. Country deserves an apology from government for the waste.
"Government is not listening to business"
"Need more efficiencies"
"We've made no progress in publc service reform"
Bad, bad idea to let this lad of the leash by Cowen!
please do, not been smart, just cant recall the details
What about the poor retired Gardai that were making a packet for storing the machines, will they be compensated for the lack of future earnings?
Knowing this bloody Government, the machines will be tied into 20 year storage contracts, which will be paid in full, and Gormley will tell us that payments for storage will only be cut for electronic voting machines which we buy in the future...
Trust me, we've only been partially screwed on this so far