Will John McGuirk honor his pledge to retire from national politics ?

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I think his performance has probably retired him whether he likes it or not.
 

SweenyTodd

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Leave the man in peace.
 

HenryHorace

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Mehole should retire
 

Chloè

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This kind of stuff comes and goes - remember how many times various celebrities and politicians have said that they will move to another country / retire etc, if so and so is elected / wins re-election? How many liberals left the US when Bush won re-election in 2004? Exactly.
 

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He didnt have a role in politics. And I seriously dont think he has now in 26 counties. Perhaps the Orange order may give him an application form???
 

pierrepoint

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Ray D'Arcy didn't honour his pledge to leave the country if Enda Kenny became taoiseach. Pity.
Can't win 'em all.
 

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Who?
 

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Considering what the far right has on offer maybe it'd be safer to stick with McGuirk ?
 

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My hole retired his Party over 7yeárs ago.
I hear they are grooming crack head/pot Chambers as a replacement. His papa is a benefactor.
 

Prester Jim

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I see from the article that Keith Mills was on the No team too.
They never really had a chance if that crank had a prominent role.
 

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Considering McGuirk has lied his way through this referendum campaign I would doubt his veracity.
 

SweenyTodd

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Considering McGuirk has lied his way through this referendum campaign I would doubt his veracity.
Strange that people are now freely admitting that abortion will be up to birth. I tried to point this out last week and was told it wasn't the case. McGuirk stood up for what he believed in.
 

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There's a better case for Simon Harris resigning given his lies to the pro life community in the run up to the last election.
 

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Would not believe Toxic McGuirk if he swore on a stack of Bibles,Torahs,Korans or whatever else passes for faith today.
 

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Indeed he should much like all those who said they would leave if Trump was elected president still waiting for it to happen.
 


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