Fine Gael and Conservatives pledge to strengthen links

SPN

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So there we have it!

Notwithstanding the meltdown in the Global Economy because of Right Wing excess, the destruction of the Rethuglican Party in the US because of Right Wing excess, and the disappearance of the PDs up their own ar$es, Enda Kenny has now decided that WingNuttery is the future! :shock:

We are about to face a massive economic depression because of 25 years of the Thatcherite school of Voodoonomics, and the Fine Gael Party are making a run towards the CAUSE of the problem, when they should be making a run towards the SOLUTION.


We are never going to see Fianna Fail removed from Government if Fine Gael keep snatching defeat from the jaws of victory like this.


Fine Gael and Conservatives pledge to strengthen linkshttp://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/ireland/2008/1128/1227825379886.html
FINE GAEL and the Conservative Party in Britain are to forge a stronger relationship following the first meeting between the two party leaders in London yesterday.

Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny told The Irish Times that the 45-minute meeting at Mr Cameron's office in the House of Commons had been "open and enthusiastic" and had shown common ground on key issues including taxation and the North.

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Mr Kenny said the party would be sending some of his policy advisers and frontbench members to Britain to meet with their counterparts within the Conservative Party and to observe how they formulate policy.

The environment was one such area of interest and and it was also proposed that local government council leaders should travel to meet Conservative leaders in the Greater London area.

He said they would move towards a relationship with the Conservatives which would be "stronger than for years".

The two parties have had a relationship through the centre-right European Peoples Party bloc in the European Parliament for 15 years, but the Conservative Party is to leave that alliance next year.
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Kenny is a klutz. He is capable of singlehandedly saving the FF party and at a snip(excuse the pun) he might even ressurrect the PDs
 

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Well, well.

Firstly the Tories forms close electoral links with the UUP. We've been reminded in recent days that the UUP is still a nasty little sectarian party. Now it wants to jump into bed with Fine Gael.

I wonder if FG will catch a dose of political syphillis?
 

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Kenny is a fool of the highest order.
 

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Well, well.

Firstly the Tories forms close electoral links with the UUP. We've been reminded in recent days that the UUP is still a nasty little sectarian party. Now it wants to jump into bed with Fine Gael.

I wonder if FG will catch a dose of political syphillis?
Hmm. I was thinking that Enda, was looking a pit pale recently.
 

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"Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny told The Irish Times that the 45-minute meeting at Mr Cameron's office in the House of Commons had been "open and enthusiastic" and had shown common ground on key issues including taxation and the North."

FG and Tories agreeing on the North? hardly news
 

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Enda: How about you just keep it.

David: Thanks.
Shouldn't that have read;

Enda: How about you keep it, we don't want to upset Garret.
 

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Yes, isn't it terrible when the party most likely to form the next government in this country meet with the party most likely to form the next government in our nearest neighbours, closest allies and our largest trading party? What on earth was Enda Kenny doing trying to forge progress? As for David Cameron, doesn't he know that a small number of chip on your shoulder people in Ireland are truly reflective of Ireland? He really shouldn't be trying to cosy up to the most progressive party in Ireland's history. Surely he must know that FG are only strong because people are weak willed and won't listen to SPN out of pure begrudgery?

Another idiotic thread.
 

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No surprise. Both parties are right of centre politically, bother are intent on tackling the wasteful public services, if elected. Northern Ireland isn't a top issue for either country right now.
 

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No surprise. Both parties are right of centre politically, bother are intent on tackling the wasteful public services, if elected. Northern Ireland isn't a top issue for either country right now.

Could SF and the UUP be fearful that the expenses on their FAS like gravy train would be more closely monitored if both FG and Tories came into power?

More co-operation between Ireland and all her neighbours and friends is a good thing.
 

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(David Cameron) really shouldn't be trying to cosy up to the most progressive party in Ireland's history.
Why would a Conservative Party be cosying up to a Progressive Party?

Where do you get the idea that FG is a Progressive Party?

If FG is a Progressive Party, why is it cosying up to the Party that brought us the WingNut Voodoonomics that caused the economic crisis that is engulfing us?



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Yes, isn't it terrible when the party most likely to form the next government in this country meet with the party most likely to form the next government in our nearest neighbours, closest allies and our largest trading party? What on earth was Enda Kenny doing trying to forge progress? As for David Cameron, doesn't he know that a small number of chip on your shoulder people in Ireland are truly reflective of Ireland? He really shouldn't be trying to cosy up to the most progressive party in Ireland's history. Surely he must know that FG are only strong because people are weak willed and won't listen to SPN out of pure begrudgery?

Another idiotic thread.
Indeed this site and this country at it's worse. No wonder we are so ********************ed with people like the muppets who posted on this thread living here.
 

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Why would a Conservative Party be cosying up to a Progressive Party?

Where do you get the idea that FG is a Progressive Party?

If FG is a Progressive Party, why is it cosying up to the Party that brought us the WingNut Voodoonomics that caused the economic crisis that is engulfing us?



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Because there is a very strong chance they will both be in government in a few years and it's to the benefit of both Ireland and Britian if the government of both countries have a good working realtionship.

It's not that complicated. What do you want, another economic war?
 

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Why would a Conservative Party be cosying up to a Progressive Party?

Where do you get the idea that FG is a Progressive Party?

If FG is a Progressive Party, why is it cosying up to the Party that brought us the WingNut Voodoonomics that caused the economic crisis that is engulfing us?



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"Voodoonomics"....let me guess. You read your first economics book recently and this word was in it? You're now going to use it ad nauseum.

I think you'll find that New Labour were in power in the UK since 1997 (and still are). You really are an incredibly ill educated person. :)

Run along now.
 

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Why would a Conservative Party be cosying up to a Progressive Party?

Where do you get the idea that FG is a Progressive Party?

If FG is a Progressive Party, why is it cosying up to the Party that brought us the WingNut Voodoonomics that caused the economic crisis that is engulfing us?



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Also on the Economic crisis, the Conservatives haven't been in power for 11 years, so to try to blame the economic crisis on them is ridiculous.
 

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jeez why so sensitive about talking to your sister party?
 

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Also on the Economic crisis, the Conservatives haven't been in power for 11 years, so to try to blame the economic crisis on them is ridiculous.
FFS, don't point out facts to SPN. He'll quote Stalin on us and tell us how great the gulag was.
 

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Because there is a very strong chance they will both be in government in a few years and it's to the benefit of both Ireland and Britian if the government of both countries have a good working realtionship.

It's not that complicated. What do you want, another economic war?
There is every chance that Cameron will be PM in the UK, but I have to confess that the idea of the British people turning to the WingNuts who created Thatcherite Voodoonomics to rescue them from the economic carnage created by Thatcherite Voodoonomics is bizarre.

Enda might be a Junior Minister in a Richard Bruton led Government some day, but that will never happen if Fine Gael decide to be the next Progressive Democrats because that will only lead to them following the Progressive Democrats into oblivion.

WingNut Economics is a scam designed to take money from the little people and transfer it into the pockets of the Wealthy People. People have had enough of that over the last 20 years, they don't want/can't afford any more of it.

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