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rfurlong wrote:
EverReady wrote:
Hellraiser wrote:
camroc1 wrote:As I forecast a couple of years ago :

https://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland ... -1.4289801

Might be cheaper to just invite the French to keep an air squadron at Shannon.
Big time. Have a French and German squadron. One based in Omeath in Louth and the other in Muff in Donegal
How about a polish one in knock while we’re at it ?
They are gone all weird on us unfortunately. The Brits are big time in with them
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Floppykid wrote:
HighKingLeinster wrote:
Floppykid wrote:
rfurlong wrote:The most bizarre thing coming from the left Twitter posters, is their line on how FF/FG/Greens are introducing austerity ...... despite the fact we’re spending €20bn on a massive stimulus package
Martin will be well able for Mary Lou in the Dail, this could work out well.
Just keep a family size bucket of KFC beside her and she wont cause trouble

I'd give Mary Lou a bash.

Are you finally after telling us the story from a few years back?
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MunsterMan!!!!! wrote:
Floppykid wrote:
HighKingLeinster wrote:
Floppykid wrote:
rfurlong wrote:The most bizarre thing coming from the left Twitter posters, is their line on how FF/FG/Greens are introducing austerity ...... despite the fact we’re spending €20bn on a massive stimulus package
Martin will be well able for Mary Lou in the Dail, this could work out well.
Just keep a family size bucket of KFC beside her and she wont cause trouble

I'd give Mary Lou a bash.

Are you finally after telling us the story from a few years back?
Shankys confession/absolution thread is the pefect opportunity for floppy to finally tell us this story
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A few? It's probably 10 by now.

Great news tonight. Go fùck yourself Sinn Fein.
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I see Sinn Fein nominated Paddy the racist for Lord Mayor of Dubli
https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/s ... 19362.html
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rfurlong wrote:I see Sinn Fein nominated Paddy the racist for Lord Mayor of Dubli
https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/s ... 19362.html
A PR disaster for them
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rfurlong wrote:I see Sinn Fein nominated Paddy the racist for Lord Mayor of Dubli
https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/s ... 19362.html
It’s great let them keep doing shiit like this.
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Sexist racist and all. That's sexist
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iarmhiman wrote:
rfurlong wrote:I see Sinn Fein nominated Paddy the racist for Lord Mayor of Dubli
https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/s ... 19362.html
A PR disaster for them
Amazing result of having a party filled with absolute idiots
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EverReady wrote:Sexist racist and all. That's sexist
Someone leaked a picture from the Sinn Fein Candidate screening.
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EverReady wrote:Sexist racist and all. That's sexist
Hopefully five years of shinners showing their true colours.
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camroc1 wrote:
EverReady wrote:Sexist racist and all. That's sexist
Hopefully five years of shinners showing their true colours.
Fingers crossed Cammy. I am feeling optimistic today so let's stick with that
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There's a Trumpian level of self delusion with the Shinners that they're the party of Collins and not a party set up to be theb political wing of terrorists.
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Comments like that should follow people around to their graves. Despicable.
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Duff Paddy wrote:
CM11 wrote:As reported earlier they've created a Minister for Roads position, basically to make sure the Greens can't hijack or reduce expenditure on roads.
It’s basically the last major road that badly needs doing. The rest of the network is pretty decent. I know the M50 is over capacity but that’s a separate issue.
Not sure if that’s a fishy fishy for me but Sligo and the north west is still a priority.
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I'm still struggling to see how a government with FG and FF isn't change before you get to the Greens which aren't the same as the Greens who got a near majority FF over the line.

It's not the change 15-20% of the electorate voted for but I actually do think it is the change a lot of the Green voters voted for. At least that's my hope for this government. And that's before we get to those who didn't vote for 'change'. Which by my count is the majority.
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Liathroidigloine wrote:
Duff Paddy wrote:
CM11 wrote:As reported earlier they've created a Minister for Roads position, basically to make sure the Greens can't hijack or reduce expenditure on roads.
It’s basically the last major road that badly needs doing. The rest of the network is pretty decent. I know the M50 is over capacity but that’s a separate issue.
Not sure if that’s a fishy fishy for me but Sligo and the north west is still a priority.
It just doesn’t have the population to justify it. We can’t have another M9
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CM11 wrote:I'm still struggling to see how a government with FG and FF isn't change before you get to the Greens which aren't the same as the Greens who got a near majority FF over the line.

It's not the change 15-20% of the electorate voted for but I actually do think it is the change a lot of the Green voters voted for. At least that's my hope for this government. And that's before we get to those who didn't vote for 'change'. Which by my count is the majority.
20% voting for "change", isn't a democratic vote for "change".
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Liathroidigloine wrote:
Duff Paddy wrote:
CM11 wrote:As reported earlier they've created a Minister for Roads position, basically to make sure the Greens can't hijack or reduce expenditure on roads.
It’s basically the last major road that badly needs doing. The rest of the network is pretty decent. I know the M50 is over capacity but that’s a separate issue.
Not sure if that’s a fishy fishy for me but Sligo and the north west is still a priority.
Sligo/NW is important from a connecting Ireland POV (which could reap rewards down the line) but Limerick/Cork is more important for the here and now.
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CM11 wrote:Right, we can all get on with our lives.

Have to say I have high hopes for this government. It's a new way of doing things in Ireland but 3 strong voices in cabinet will hopefully lead to good things and the quality of ministers will be much higher than before.

I just have to find a way to tune out Mary Lou's droning voice for the next 5 years.
Last rainbow coalition was a pretty decent government.
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Duff Paddy wrote:
Liathroidigloine wrote:
Duff Paddy wrote:
CM11 wrote:As reported earlier they've created a Minister for Roads position, basically to make sure the Greens can't hijack or reduce expenditure on roads.
It’s basically the last major road that badly needs doing. The rest of the network is pretty decent. I know the M50 is over capacity but that’s a separate issue.
Not sure if that’s a fishy fishy for me but Sligo and the north west is still a priority.
It just doesn’t have the population to justify it. We can’t have another M9
There’s a reason why the Shinners are strong in the Northwest. The people there feel ignored and left behind. Yes, the cost/benefit might not be perfect but so what.
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So do we know the new cabinet? What's Leo's job?
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Liathroidigloine wrote:
Duff Paddy wrote:
Liathroidigloine wrote:
Duff Paddy wrote:
CM11 wrote:As reported earlier they've created a Minister for Roads position, basically to make sure the Greens can't hijack or reduce expenditure on roads.
It’s basically the last major road that badly needs doing. The rest of the network is pretty decent. I know the M50 is over capacity but that’s a separate issue.
Not sure if that’s a fishy fishy for me but Sligo and the north west is still a priority.
It just doesn’t have the population to justify it. We can’t have another M9
There’s a reason why the Shinners are strong in the Northwest. The people there feel ignored and left behind. Yes, the cost/benefit might not be perfect but so what.
Part of the problem with infrastructure in the NW, is the fact that NI decided to ignore any investment west of the Bann, which meant that transport corridors cut by the border, became useless. It needs a joined up approach, and I would support the western rail, and motorway to Colooney and thence Sligo.

One big problem is linking Derry, and Enniskillen to the national network, given the aforesaid ignoring by Stormontg. And I don't know, beyond unity, what the answer to that is.
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camroc1 wrote:
CM11 wrote:I'm still struggling to see how a government with FG and FF isn't change before you get to the Greens which aren't the same as the Greens who got a near majority FF over the line.

It's not the change 15-20% of the electorate voted for but I actually do think it is the change a lot of the Green voters voted for. At least that's my hope for this government. And that's before we get to those who didn't vote for 'change'. Which by my count is the majority.
20% voting for "change", isn't a democratic vote for "change".
Um, is that a +1?
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CM11 wrote:
camroc1 wrote:
CM11 wrote:I'm still struggling to see how a government with FG and FF isn't change before you get to the Greens which aren't the same as the Greens who got a near majority FF over the line.

It's not the change 15-20% of the electorate voted for but I actually do think it is the change a lot of the Green voters voted for. At least that's my hope for this government. And that's before we get to those who didn't vote for 'change'. Which by my count is the majority.
20% voting for "change", isn't a democratic vote for "change".
Um, is that a +1?
+ 1.5
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camroc1 wrote:
CM11 wrote:
camroc1 wrote:
CM11 wrote:I'm still struggling to see how a government with FG and FF isn't change before you get to the Greens which aren't the same as the Greens who got a near majority FF over the line.

It's not the change 15-20% of the electorate voted for but I actually do think it is the change a lot of the Green voters voted for. At least that's my hope for this government. And that's before we get to those who didn't vote for 'change'. Which by my count is the majority.
20% voting for "change", isn't a democratic vote for "change".
Um, is that a +1?
+ 1.5
:lol: :thumbup:
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Independent already preparing to tear it all down on a weekly basis. They will basically be the Shinners stokers with the IT adding the special little magic dust that is Kitty and Una and the fücking film guy
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fishfoodie wrote:Comments like that should follow people around to their graves. Despicable.
No real names.

It's an attack on our freedoms otherwise.
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I like how the people voted for change include in their vote

Labour whom they despise

And rural Indos to the right of Fine Gael. And not one fùcker in RTE Newstalk or anywhere else will challenge them on it.
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camroc1 wrote:
EverReady wrote:Sexist racist and all. That's sexist
Hopefully five years of shinners showing their true colours.
https://twitter.com/ReadaCronin/status/ ... 6321909761
Reada will cause them headaches.
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Mullet 2 wrote:
fishfoodie wrote:Comments like that should follow people around to their graves. Despicable.
No real names.

It's an attack on our freedoms otherwise.
Don't you know of anyone who has had the social media history come back to haunt them ?

Anonymity on the Web is an illusion.
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Hard to believe we're about 5 months since the election was called. There'll be a hell of a book in this for someone. It'll even have Mark Ruffalo in it!
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https://twitter.com/sinnfeinireland/sta ... 6590046208

Three gov. parties "conspired" to form a government.

They have such contempt for their own voters. :lol:
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[quote="camroc1"
Part of the problem with infrastructure in the NW, is the fact that NI decided to ignore any investment west of the Bann, which meant that transport corridors cut by the border, became useless. It needs a joined up approach, and I would support the western rail, and motorway to Colooney and thence Sligo.

One big problem is linking Derry, and Enniskillen to the national network, given the aforesaid ignoring by Stormontg. And I don't know, beyond unity, what the answer to that is.[/quote]

The A5 Western Transport Corridor from L'Derry, Strabane, Omagh , Aughnacloy, joining the N2 was supposed to help this with ties ins to Letterkenny , Stranolar and Donegal.

NIMBYs Still fighting it through the courts.

I first worked on it in 2005 :frown:
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themaddog wrote:
camroc1 wrote:
EverReady wrote:Sexist racist and all. That's sexist
Hopefully five years of shinners showing their true colours.
https://twitter.com/ReadaCronin/status/ ... 6321909761
Reada will cause them headaches.
Violet Anne...............Dessie Ellis.
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Floppykid wrote:
themaddog wrote:
camroc1 wrote:
EverReady wrote:Sexist racist and all. That's sexist
Hopefully five years of shinners showing their true colours.
https://twitter.com/ReadaCronin/status/ ... 6321909761
Reada will cause them headaches.
Violet Anne...............Dessie Ellis.
Thing is, in the same way people liked voting for corrupt FF TDs, they like voting for these people. It's Brexit, Trump, etc. Voting for these people pleases them because it annoys ordinary people.
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anonymous_joe wrote:
Floppykid wrote:
themaddog wrote:
camroc1 wrote:
EverReady wrote:Sexist racist and all. That's sexist
Hopefully five years of shinners showing their true colours.
https://twitter.com/ReadaCronin/status/ ... 6321909761
Reada will cause them headaches.
Violet Anne...............Dessie Ellis.
Thing is, in the same way people liked voting for corrupt FF TDs, they like voting for these people. It's Brexit, Trump, etc. Voting for these people pleases them because it annoys ordinary people.
People voted for those FF TDs because they worked their constituency like dogs. People are voting for SF TDs because they've promised the earth. Not everyone is into trolling
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