Moriarty Tribunal implications for FG?

stanley

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For the record,
You claim that you've no party allegiance.
Are you an Independent voter?
If so,
Who is it?
I presume you're not ashamed.
You are asked about the FG tax cheats, yet you end up posting about Haughey!
Why, if you're not affiliated with any party?
Finally,
Have you asked any FG'er on this site about the FG tax cheats?
Did you ask them about the possibility of "an internal matter"?


Jesus wept, go away you fool.
 


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Lowry wasn’t the only one in FG who got money from O Bribe. That’s the reason they won’t touch him.
Poor "hammer" will be on here shortly!
Not.
 

stanley

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Lowry wasn’t the only one in FG who got money from O Bribe. That’s the reason they won’t touch him.

Interesting post and I do not think you are wrong, why not post a list of these beneficiaries, pretty sure Phil Hogan will be on it.
 

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"He said: "That's really a decision for them - for Seán Kelly as an MEP and for Michael Lowry as a TD."

Mr Varadkar added: "It's a statement of fact, as we all know, that Michael Lowry has been convicted for tax offences.

"At the same time, he's also paid the penalty for that."



Vlad should make Lowry pay the full price for the Moriarty Report, send him a bill for it's costs and if required bankrupt him, give him jail time for non-payment just like TV License offenders.
 

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"Independent Tipperary TD Michael Lowry is defending a €1.45m legal claim from his former accountants on the grounds that the person who did most of the work on his accounts was not a registered chartered accountant".


This made for lovely reading this morning it really could not have happened to a nicer fella.
 

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Typically for Ireland we used to have a rule that people with a criminal conviction or who were bankrupt were not regarded as suitable candidates. In recent times that regulation has had to be dropped because of bankrupts and convicted criminals actually in office.

This is not a situation in which we can safely say governance has improved.
 

stanley

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Typically for Ireland we used to have a rule that people with a criminal conviction or who were bankrupt were not regarded as suitable candidates. In recent times that regulation has had to be dropped because of bankrupts and convicted criminals actually in office.

This is not a situation in which we can safely say governance has improved.

Would agree with you but it keeps going on and Lowry continues to have his horses looked after by Coolmore, an Irish benchmark for wealth.
 

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No
Too many criminals getting away with the businessman disguise.
 

james toney

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Typically for Ireland we used to have a rule that people with a criminal conviction or who were bankrupt were not regarded as suitable candidates. In recent times that regulation has had to be dropped because of bankrupts and convicted criminals actually in office.

This is not a situation in which we can safely say governance has improved.
The fox has always been in charge of the henhouse.....both parties had their turns at corruption and criminality while in government.

 

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The fox has always been in charge of the henhouse.....both parties had their turns at corruption and criminality while in government.

Why only post a link to Fine Gael? And why nothing about SF fiddling expenses in Westminster?
 

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The clue is in the purpose of Politics.ie
 

james toney

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That doesn't make any sense.
Are all you Fine Gael supporters stupid.....it's like Father Ted and the cows.
Another clue...read the thread title.
What purpose do "Thread Titles" mean to you?
 

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Are all you Fine Gael supporters stupid.....it's like Father Ted and the cows.
Another clue...read the thread title.
What purpose do "Thread Titles" mean to you?
Here's what you said:
The clue is in the purpose of Politics.ie
I asked you a) why you only posted a negative story about FG, and b) why you didn't mention SF fiddling expenses at Westminster. By no stretch of the imagination can your response be considered a reply to either.
 

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Here's what you said:

I asked you a) why you only posted a negative story about FG, and b) why you didn't mention SF fiddling expenses at Westminster. By no stretch of the imagination can your response be considered a reply to either.
Could you explain about the expense fiddling in Westminster? If the Brits have not found out about it yet - maybe you should be a whistleblower here?
 


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