Other Fianna FAIL spin baloney :)

hammer

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That the NPRF investment in the Banks was showing a profit :)

Remember the good old days :)

€7 billion of OUR money pumped into two banks.

Investment currently worth €875 million

A loss of €6,125 million.
 


ocoonassa

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Relax it's only money, have some cheese, you'll feel much better
 

hammer

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Where do we get the cheese :)

Have we signed 25 year lease deals with some well connected people :) to store the cheese !!!!
 

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"We have turned the corner" - although he may have said 'we have called the coroner'

"This is the cheapest bailout in history" - unnamed FF sources say he had his fingers crossed at the time so it doesn't count
 

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LOL, aye no doubt there's a shed in Monaghan being rented out at €25,000 a month on a fixed unbreakable 25-year cheese storage contract. And the fact that the beneficial owner of the shed and the rental money just happens to be the brother-in-law of 6 different FF councillors and local media lackeys is of course just pure coincidence.

Eat your cheese and stop asking questions.
 

hammer

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Jaysus I remember the good old days when they tried to buy us with tax cuts :)

For the OAPs will they offer porridge or complan !!!
 

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Jaysus I remember the good old days when they tried to buy us with tax cuts :)
And lot of people fell for that baloney too! Yet our rate of VAT remained stubbornly high and then there was the Vehicle Registration tax.

Low taxes?? Yeah, right!!
 

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I totally agree with you.

In Argentina I think it was, it was mentioned that they needed to raise the Vat rate substantially to generate additional revenue.

The new rate was 21%

Irish people have been paying Vat threw the nose.

Now that we are up ************************s creek it is forgotten that we paid stamp duty threw the nose also. But that is easily forgotten by the ESRI. Rebate please and then I will gladly pay property tax.
 


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