Ireland should appoint Hillary Irish Ambassador to Washington

gleeful

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The Clintons have long been a good friend of Ireland and Hillary is probably the most powerful and well connected politician on the planet without a job. She is also facing a politically motivated prosecution and could do with some diplomatic immunity.

Ireland should offer her the post of Irish Ambassador to Washington. Ireland would benefit from the publicity, and kudos from the Dems and Hillary voters (which include much of US industry and all of Silicon Valley).
 


Morgellons

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Give it up. The lady is yesterday's news.
 

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This reads like a Cyp op but without the nipple clamps and small distressed animal.

It's a nonsense idea on every level.
 

gleeful

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This reads like a Cyp op but without the nipple clamps and small distressed animal.

It's a nonsense idea on every level.
I can't think of anyone who could do the job better - she is the most politically connected person in Washington. And we need access to congress right now to block Trumps ideas.
 

Erudite Caveman

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a) she wouldn't take it
b) she wouldn't be offered it
c) she is not just a beaten docket, but now toxic too, and would have none of the influence you suggest
 

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No.
 

eoghanacht

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Ireland's premier political discussion site...


Scarlah, for ye.
 

elliebee

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I can't think of anyone who could do the job better - she is the most politically connected person in Washington. And we need access to congress right now to block Trumps ideas.
:D How on earth did you arrive at that conclusion? The woman is toxic. No one trusts her. She's finished.
 

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The Clintons have long been a good friend of Ireland and Hillary is probably the most powerful and well connected politician on the planet without a job. She is also facing a politically motivated prosecution and could do with some diplomatic immunity.

Ireland should offer her the post of Irish Ambassador to Washington. Ireland would benefit from the publicity, and kudos from the Dems and Hillary voters (which include much of US industry and all of Silicon Valley).
And shure why wouldn't they be? Ireland has pumped millions into the personal slush fund that the Clinton's call a Foundation. Give it up, crooked Hillary is done, let her be consigned to the trash can of history.
 

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Their Qatari's and the Saudi's backers who are out of pocket right now would know where to collect on the money owed back to them.

No thanks.
 

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I can't think of anyone who could do the job better - she is the most politically connected person in Washington. And we need access to congress right now to block Trumps ideas.
"To block Trump"? She tried and failed.
What a ridiculous OP. The Clintons are riddled with controversy. It was Chelsea who spilled the beans on the "slush fund" racket.
 

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That suggestion is what you would expect of the corrupt, undemocratic and base political standards so prevalent amongst the elite in Ireland.

Nice 1 or Lisbon 1 didn't go well with them so they bent democracy, bribed the unions and made us vote again.

No these super darling 'liberals' so respect the democratic result of the American people they want to undermine their democracy. Likewise with BREXIT they thought they knew better than the British people.

These arrogant pseudo liberals are the biggest thread to Democracy in the world.
Sadly all our political parties are infected by the disease.
 

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Ffs, an yez banned moi from starting freds, muppets...
 

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I can't think of anyone who could do the job better - she is the most politically connected person in Washington. And we need access to congress right now to block Trumps ideas.
You really are out of touch.

Ambassadors represent the interests of the country that appoints them.

Hilary Clinton is deemed to be a criminal by president elect Trump.


Appointing such a tarnished individual by the Irish govt would be to stab this country in the back and deeply alienate the new incoming
US administration.


Of all the clownish and idiotic proposals I have seen on p.ie over the years your one stands out as the very very worst.

Shame on you for trying to seriously damage Irish American relations and interests.


:roll:

The thread should be in the zoo
 

Mad as Fish

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She's well past retirement age (as is Trump).
 

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I can't think of anyone who could do the job better - she is the most politically connected person in Washington. And we need access to congress right now to block Trumps ideas.
Hillary is now friendless in Washington. Don't you get that? Even among Democrats.



Who exactly in Washington, in any position of influence in the incoming administration would ever even read an email from her?
 

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The Clintons have long been a good friend of Ireland and Hillary is probably the most powerful and well connected politician on the planet without a job. She is also facing a politically motivated prosecution and could do with some diplomatic immunity.

Ireland should offer her the post of Irish Ambassador to Washington. Ireland would benefit from the publicity, and kudos from the Dems and Hillary voters (which include much of US industry and all of Silicon Valley).
I don't doubt the Clintons have been friends to Ireland... and a lot moreso than I suspect Trump will be.

The thing is though, she's not particularly liked in America... and she's a Democrat... whereas for the next 2 years at least The White House, Congress, the Senate and the Supreme Court will all be under Republican control.

Appointing Hillary as you suggest would probably only fuel hostility towards Ireland in DC and in many parts of America.

It wouldn't be the smartest of moves imo... plus whether Hillary would be interested is debatable... she might just retire... she's nearly 70...
 


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