Will Limerick AAA councillor vacate seat over throat cutting controversy?

williewatch

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Private schools,private business class away from the ordinary folk paid for by the rank and file.
Iam sure Mary Lou could have slummed in in an ordinary seat and saved a few grand-but it seems she likes the good life.
Private schools, the good life....careful there or you will be in even more trouble with Jan
 


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I do not know,but it is obvious that Sinn Fein members were involved in the murder of McCartney when a whole room full of them saw nothing and the balaclavas found with the OSnodaigh posters in the van were hardly for chimney cleaning purposes.
If it is "obvious" to you why were they not charged with any offences?
 

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Private schools,private business class away from the ordinary folk paid for by the rank and file.
Iam sure Mary Lou could have slummed in in an ordinary seat and saved a few grand-but it seems she likes the good life.
Labour are the ones that currently support the taxpayers funding these private secondary fee paying schools and Mary Lou is taken advantage of this. When all this austerity was imposed by the Labour party they never moved to close down this perk for the kids off Politicians and the wealthy.
 

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Labour are the ones that currently support the taxpayers funding these private secondary fee paying schools and Mary Lou is taken advantage of this. When all this austerity was imposed by the Labour party they never moved to close down this perk for the kids off Politicians and the wealthy.
Don't mind that Labour Liebot @ymmek.

Jan O'Sullivan is herself the product of a private school.

@ymmek is chancing his arm on the assumption that you don't know this :)

He is also assuming that you don't know that Jan's husband is a GP who earns over €150,000 per year on the medical card scheme alone before counting private patient income.

And of course there is Jan's "pied-à-terre" in Sunny France :)
 
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im axeled

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yemmek is jelous of all this, he sees what he could have had, if only he had
he sees what should have been
he sees the success of the shinners
he sees the death throes of liebour/stickies
he sees the future, dependance on social welfare
 

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I do not know,but it is obvious that Sinn Fein members were involved in the murder of McCartney when a whole room full of them saw nothing and the balaclavas found with the OSnodaigh posters in the van were hardly for chimney cleaning purposes.
but it is obvious, obvious does not evidence make
 

im axeled

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Private schools,private business class away from the ordinary folk paid for by the rank and file.
Iam sure Mary Lou could have slummed in in an ordinary seat and saved a few grand-but it seems she likes the good life.
and the liebour/stickies live like they are on the dole,like hell they do, gimmiemore the fat phat bunny etc, they have used you for years, now the have no more use for you, but you cannot see that
 

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If it is "obvious" to you why were they not charged with any offences?
Omerta my man omerta,this is what sets Sinn Fein apart from normal parties.

Their members will not report crimes to the police,we saw that even sexual abuse was not reported and I am amazed that SF members will put up with that.
I think the balaclava boys got jail alright but I can't be certain without checking it out.
 
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ymmek

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yemmek is jelous of all this, he sees what he could have had, if only he had
he sees what should have been
he sees the success of the shinners
he sees the death throes of liebour/stickies
he sees the future, dependance on social welfare
Ha ha ha,what are you trying to say.
 

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Omerta my man omerta,this is what sets Sinn Fein apart from normal parties.

Their members will not report cimes to the police,we saw that even sexual abuse was not reported and I am amazed that SF members will put up with that.
I think the balaclava boys got jail alright but I can't be certain without checking it out.
Won't we be well rid of you mudguards come the next election
 

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Won't we be well rid of you mudguards come the next election
You might be well rid of us,that will be up to the voters but what is important is that Sinn Fein are kept out of government.

Sinn Fein got a qualified governmental role in the north in return for abandoning the their previous position on irish unity and accepting that the northern majority have the right to remain british.

Sinn Fein also had to agree to implement tory cuts and work in partnership with former enemies to implement policies set out in Britain.

Down south most parties will not agree to go into government with Sinn Fein until such time as they totally abandon criminality.
 

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As always, late to the party, but Loftus should have first resigned from the Angry Plumbers and then resigned his seat. As an Independent resigning, if I am not wrong, he would have triggered a bi-election? Or, much like a certain member and Cllr. of Limerick Labour who went Awol prior to the 2009 locals, he could have just disappeared and left his seat vacant until it could be filled in an election.


Of course the second option is highly impracticable considering the time until the next election. However, the by-election option could work. He did not have the integrity to remain on the council, but the AAA, who selected him and clearly acted in a self-serving and opportunist way on this issue, has no right to play the self-righteous hero here.


In any case, who would the trots fill the seat with? Another headbanging ape who would follow comrade Cian. I can assure that Cian's joke status extends far beyond Limerick and has penetrated the fields and farms of the West :p
 

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As an Independent resigning, if I am not wrong, he would have triggered a bi-election?
You are wrong - I suggest you got back to shotgun willie and get the memo about what you should say.
 
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Even if I am wrong on the independent candidate triggering a by-election (I am not an expert in local politics), I still do not feel Loftus has a right to a seat, and I certainly do not agree that a party that has no clear united strategy should be able to fill that seat. The AAA is a front for the SP and clearly it is unfair to allow the SP to fill an AAA seat.
 
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Even if I am wrong on the independent candidate triggering a by-election (I am not an expert in local politics), I still do not feel Loftus has a right to a seat, and I certainly do not agree that a party that has no clear united strategy should be able to fill that seat. The AAA is a front for the SP and clearly it is unfair to allow the SP to fill an AAA seat.
FF do so many twists and turns they wouldn't know what way is which.

As for the rest of your nonsense - if Loftus had resigned (and he should have) the Socialist Party would have had no say in who replaced him. Under the AAA rules Loftus was nominated t be an AAA candidate as a non-aligned AAA member - as a result his replacement would have been selected by non-aligned AAA members. Members of the Socialist Party are not allowed to vote in such a situation. So - wrong again

I certainly am not a supporter of williewatch's views. I actually regard Willie O'Dea as an alright politician- that is even if I disagree with some of his position's and certainly his moves against the party in the 80's.
I wasn't talking about SF willie - I was talking about this guy

 


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