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Over 100 Reasons Not To Vote Fine Gael Next Time Out


artfoley56

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Frank Castle

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It would have been better for the Attorney General to have checked this out beforehand. It would have been better if he'd categorically ruled out attending such hotels -rather than a mere "postponement".
In fairness he earned his gig , many years running around with Bruton paid off
 

Zach Dingle

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Their disgusting efforts at raping state old age pension entitlements should be more than enough to alienate ordinary folk!
 

Frank Castle

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Their disgusting efforts at raping state old age pension entitlements should be more than enough to alienate ordinary folk!
Yes but there is a good few FG marks out there who will walk off a cliff for FG, lets remind ourselves over 70% of FGs own members didnt vote for leo the lamb, the lamb was smart he bought the few TDs needed to win and rest is history.
 

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‘What sacrifices did you make Enda? How did austerity affect you? You sacrificed your people to the IMF.’ Dara challenged Enda Kenny. Today we learn Kenny, a sitting TD, has become a very well paid adviser to a Vulture fund that is setting up in Ireland - Dara knew ...... she saw
 

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Here's another good reason - under FG we get this sort of sh-it.


It seems the state's "watchdog" is too busy watching his own arse to actually do the job.

It doesn't matter who is in power, the Permanent Government will close ranks and the Oireachtas will do as it is told.

Also, the Chair of the Committee which is bottling it is a FFailure, not a Blueshirt.
 

RasherHash

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3bn rural broadband investment that we wont own.
allowing the vulture funds in to buy up the homes and rent it back to the plebs
800 buried baby fiasco ( we dont want to know)
Leader owned lock stock and barrel by europe
child poverty so bad the UN have noted it

great little country
 

Disillusioned democrat

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It doesn't matter who is in power, the Permanent Government will close ranks and the Oireachtas will do as it is told.

Also, the Chair of the Committee which is bottling it is a FFailure, not a Blueshirt.
I don't believe you even believe that yourself.

FG have worked tirelessly to ensure a recovery for the same people who caused the crash and a cornerstone of that has been to ensure no one was ever blamed so the bizarre mantra that "we all partied" has become part of the national psyche - to blame someone would be to pull the blinkers off.

FG and FF are now joined at the hip fighting a successful rearguard action squeezing the last out of this country before the inevitable collapse under the weight of debt - basically every tax payer is paying 10% of their incomes to fund the governments past mistakes and 40% to fund the new social welfare system that pays REITs a €1bn because people can't afford rent.
 

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