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Ms. Varadkar sez that a woman's place is in the home!


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venusian

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Little Leo Varadker, wants the women back where they belong :roll: In the home...well only ladies who find themselves in mortgage trouble

Varadkar: Some women will have to choose between career or mortgage | Irish Examiner

I thought uber misogynist Phil Hogan was bad enough for the FFGer's but now Little Leo wants to kill off any chance of a woman being successful in a career if they have mortgage difficulties

As blue$h1t$ go I suppose Little Leo's ideology is based on the old Fascist policies for women i.e. to remove them from the workplace in any responsible category (especially government), and to provide large families. I suppose he will tolerate a woman having a successful career if they have enough wealth to afford it. If you are female and you are down a few quid then Little Leo believes you should be put in your place, in the home minding the kids!

I really think Little Leo should have a chat with a friendly doctor who may be able to help him sort out whatever inadequacies in the male department he suffers from. If he can get it fixed perhaps it might help stop him constantly making a total twat of himself and alienating the female half of the population!
 

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So the taxpayer should subsidise people who want to indulge in vanity projects?

Fluich that!
 

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Childcare expenses are generally temporary, lasting the few years while the child is pre-school. It is something that many parents see worthwhile as they can progress in their careers instead of having to stop and start all over again. That said I would say that many women would love to give up their jobs and spend that time at home looking after their own children. Leo should keep his mouth shut unless he has anything useful to say, and i'm glad to see that Enda put him back in his box.
 

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Well, little Leo didn't really say quite that,in fairness.

He just dropped another tab of acid and started rappin' and flashin' and free-associating, man,.....

Like he did when he said a few months ago that there was really no point in PS workers paying up to 14% of their salary into their pensions, 'cos the whole thing was a ponzi scheme and they would be getting no pensions.....

FG are going to have to keep Leo away from the tabs of sunshine, or else every other FG press release will begin with "What Leo really meant to say was..."
 

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What's paradoxical in this discussion is the fact that, anecdotal evidence suggests, that some women are more likely to get mortgage approval than men.
 

Lando Calrissian

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Well its hardly logical to work for less than babysitters get , in order to hire babysitters.
Or am I missing something ?
Education/courses are different obviously but broadly speaking Varadker was merely stating the obvious , was he not?
 

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Childcare expenses are generally temporary, lasting the few years while the child is pre-school. It is something that many parents see worthwhile as they can progress in their careers instead of having to stop and start all over again.
Then all they have to do is demonstrate the medium term benefits of that course of action to their lender.

At the end of the day all the lender wants is their money back (so they don't have to come scabbing more from the taxpayer).
 

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I hope a woman's place is not in the home because I work from home quite a lot and if my woman was around, she would distract me from work by sexually dominating me and making me her b1tch.
 

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Well its hardly logical to work for less than babysitters get , in order to hire babysitters.
Or am I missing something ?
Education/courses are different obviously but broadly speaking Varadker was merely stating the obvious , was he not?
It is like paying insurance for keeping your job for a time.. If you really like your job and have good prospects you won't be paying childcare forever.. jobs are kind of hard to come by now.
 

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Well its hardly logical to work for less than babysitters get , in order to hire babysitters.
Or am I missing something ?
Education/courses are different obviously but broadly speaking Varadker was merely stating the obvious , was he not?
i suppose it's logical, if you don't think that looking after your own children is important.
 

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I wonder if this topic has been bandied about in the media these few days to get discussion going on the huge problem that is male unemployment.

Obviously if even a handful of women took Leo's suggestion seriously, and let's face it there may be a few, who might replace them in work?
(playing devil's advocate)
 

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does varadkar not have a point, some women will have to give up work if they want debt relief. What is it with ireland, do we not like blunt speaking.
 

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In spite of all the womens equality stuff I think a lot of women would prefer to stay home and ensure their children got the right upbringing, but that's no longer an option for most women. When you can't afford to risk your prospects you can't afford to take such a long break.
 

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So the taxpayer should subsidise people who want to indulge in vanity projects?

Fluich that!
How about a working female has the potential to increase her earnings above the temporary loss of the cost of child care?

We know Little Leo likes to appear in the press with the help of his tax payer funded spin doctors highlighting what a little macho man he is as he puffs out his un-considerable chest in e.g. "sporting" activities like err...err.."bog snorkelling" :roll:

Being the little political dynamo that Little Leo is and as he always is in the shadow of everyone else, the only chance he has to make a mark is to shoot from the lip! The result usually is, for Miss Idi Kenny Amin, who has to end up standing in the Dail to make a statement to the big boys clarifying what poor misunderstood Little Leo has tried to say.

It must be like a scene from the tv show, "The Office" when Little Leo is brought to grovel in front of Enid and explain his latest outburst.
 

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In spite of all the womens equality stuff I think a lot of women would prefer to stay home and ensure their children got the right upbringing, but that's no longer an option for most women. When you can't afford to risk your prospects you can't afford to take such a long break.
Or risk their family home as it comes under increased assault by the FFger's/"labour" to rob from via the tax on the family home i.e. the bondholders/"property tax"
 

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does varadkar not have a point, some women will have to give up work if they want debt relief. What is it with ireland, do we not like blunt speaking.
Most people do not like a silly blunt like Little Leo puking stone age anti women nonsense
 

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does varadkar not have a point, some women will have to give up work if they want debt relief. What is it with ireland, do we not like blunt speaking.
Seems a bit mad though.. what then, go on social welfare? I'm sure many women will take his advice and stay at home to mind their own kids, what's the bank going to do then? even after a few years when the kids are at school the jobs are scarcer than ever.
 

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In spite of all the womens equality stuff I think a lot of women would prefer to stay home and ensure their children got the right upbringing, but that's no longer an option for most women. When you can't afford to risk your prospects you can't afford to take such a long break.
Hence, why there are so many women teachers.

The profession attracts a lot of women who desire families. There should be absolutely nothing wrong with that.

However, even in this profession it is becoming evident that this notion of having everything is becoming unattainable.
 

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Little Leo Varadker, wants the women back where they belong :roll: In the home...well only ladies who find themselves in mortgage trouble

Varadkar: Some women will have to choose between career or mortgage | Irish Examiner

I thought uber misogynist Phil Hogan was bad enough for the FFGer's but now Little Leo wants to kill off any chance of a woman being successful in a career if they have mortgage difficulties

As blue$h1t$ go I suppose Little Leo's ideology is based on the old Fascist policies for women i.e. to remove them from the workplace in any responsible category (especially government), and to provide large families. I suppose he will tolerate a woman having a successful career if they have enough wealth to afford it. If you are female and you are down a few quid then Little Leo believes you should be put in your place, in the home minding the kids!

I really think Little Leo should have a chat with a friendly doctor who may be able to help him sort out whatever inadequacies in the male department he suffers from. If he can get it fixed perhaps it might help stop him constantly making a total twat of himself and alienating the female half of the population!
Varadkar....I just think of a man, full of his own self-importance, unable to resist an open mike, salivating with the power and comfort which goes with his very admirable station in life.
And that's before I even start on his policies.
My personal favourite..give johny foreigner three or six months dole to shag off back to his own country if he don't have a job no more.
 
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