Frances Fitzgerald tells great joke

carlovian

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Great to see the Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald hasn't lost her sense of humour despite all
the difficulties in her department.

Fitzgerald 'seriously considering' FG leadership race

"Fitzgerald 'seriously considering' FG leadership race"

Haven't laughed as much in years.
 


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Do it! Do it!, do it. I will personally write you a campaign cheque now, on behalf of this country, which does not want you to be Taoiseach but which badly wants you to run.
 

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This is a play for the Presidency. One of her opponents will offer to support her for that, in return for stepping down and supporting him.

The joke is on us.

As usual.
 

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A new leader for Fine Gael is of absolutely no significance as that party is on its way out, just like its lapdog, the Labour Party. They thought they could bully the people with their water-charges scam and failed. Whatever survives the coming election will be on the Opposition benches, at the back, for a generation.
 

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I can hardly think of anyone who has been promoted so far ahead of their ability than her, mind you Zappo and her friend Semen in health would give her a good run for her money!
 

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A new leader for Fine Gael is of absolutely no significance as that party is on its way out, just like its lapdog, the Labour Party. They thought they could bully the people with their water-charges scam and failed. Whatever survives the coming election will be on the Opposition benches, at the back, for a generation.
On the 2 cheeked arse that is FFG, FG will just replace the current FF role post the next GE! The Red Blueshirts (aka The Labour Party) are merely the cellulite on that vile disgusting arse!
 

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Fitzie Fitzie is at a level hwere if you had the choice between her and BIFFo to represent our interests at The Brexit Negotiations, you would have no choice but to pick BIFFO!
 

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Frances Fitzgerald IS a great joke!
I think she has done a lot of damage with the anti sex worker nature of the bill, she got recently passed and the sex workers who will inevitably end up assaulted and possibly even worse as a consequence of it, certainly will not find it amusing!:mad:
 

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Incredibly out of touch to even consider it.
 

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Incredibly out of touch to even consider it.
Listening to Hookey today he said that a number of Blueshirt TDs (ladies) were strongly suggesting that Fitzie Fitzie should be our next Taoiseach and even considering that it is International Womens' Day, the only real reason they were putting forward this assertion was that she is a woman!
Another reason why the gender quota insanity in the last GE and even worse for the next one is barking fooking madness!
 

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I was expecting a 'joke' about some negro , who died 'dans la guerre'.
Badum tish;)
 

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Great to see the Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald hasn't lost her sense of humour despite all
the difficulties in her department.

Fitzgerald 'seriously considering' FG leadership race

"Fitzgerald 'seriously considering' FG leadership race"

Haven't laughed as much in years.
She knows she has no hope of winning, but ministers who feel vulnerable to a cull from the new leader will often put their name forward for the leadership. The reason is that everyone who can't win can invariably persuade a small handful of close friends/colleagues to pledge their support - then cut a deal with one of the lead candidates, whereby "I transfer all my support to you, and in return you keep me in Cabinet".

Politics 101, basically.
 

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A new leader for Fine Gael is of absolutely no significance as that party is on its way out, just like its lapdog, the Labour Party. They thought they could bully the people with their water-charges scam and failed. Whatever survives the coming election will be on the Opposition benches, at the back, for a generation.
Yawn. And there we were thinking there was more to life than water charges. In particular, more to life than water charges that were only a maximum of €80 per person per year.
 

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Yawn. And there we were thinking there was more to life than water charges. In particular, more to life than water charges that were only a maximum of €80 per person per year.
Yawn. And there we were thinking there was more to life than keeping the recovery going . In particular, more to life than keeping the recovery that nobody believed and because of that gave the blue shirts a kicking . It took silly little blue shirts one year to recover the arrogance . Perhaps after the next election you will need to run and hide for longer than the 6 months you did last time ?
 

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Yawn. And there we were thinking there was more to life than keeping the recovery going . In particular, more to life than keeping the recovery that nobody believed and because of that gave the blue shirts a kicking . It took silly little blue shirts one year to recover the arrogance . Perhaps after the next election you will need to run and hide for longer than the 6 months you did last time ?
Amusing post from someone who claims to have only joined the site two months ago.
 

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A shame we dont have an Irish wikileaks that could get to the bottom of the McCabe controversy and the govts role in it.
 

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A shame we dont have an Irish wikileaks that could get to the bottom of the McCabe controversy and the govts role in it.
What makes you think any kind of wikileaks would have the right motivation to do that?
 


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