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Of course I am not typing by accident.

You do not wish to answer my questions. That is understandable.


Read the treaties and their obligations. You will get your answers.

Your attempt at scoring points on the internet is pathetic



Can you give a simple example in the treaties that’ll help ?


All the data you need is in the thread.

With links and all, which may come as a surprise to you of course.


Lads :lol:


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I see Boris Johnson is bemoaning EU collaborators. Are they going to be shot?


No, they have been gifted a free ticket to HK to protest.


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Mick Mannock wrote:
La soule wrote:
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La soule wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
Of course I am not typing by accident.

You do not wish to answer my questions. That is understandable.


Read the treaties and their obligations. You will get your answers.

Your attempt at scoring points on the internet is pathetic



Can you give a simple example in the treaties that’ll help ?


All the data you need is in the thread.

With links and all, which may come as a surprise to you of course.


Lads :lol:


:lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 9:28 pm 
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So, let me get this straight, Ireland are saying that they don't want a hard border for movement of goods and services(there will be no hard border for movement of people because of the CTA) in Ireland, but if the UK Brexit without an agreement they will have to put one up, as it will now become an EU/3rd country border. Seems reasonable. And in fact the proposal to effectively make NI a FTA in both the EU and the UK seems even more reasonable.

And, even though one of the Leave organisations main manifesto promisies was to take control of their borders, the UK propose to keep their land border to the EU completely open, charging no tarrifs, nor having any checks whatsoever in the case of a hard brexit. Taking back control my arse.

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Pull the other one.

There will be convoys of buses from Dublin Airport/Port to Newry taking advantage of the backdoor soft border to the UK. Dublin will probably get direct flights to the subcontinent !

More frolicking unicorns.


How can you be so fuckin loud about something you don't even understand. Seriously, how much of this border debate have you been paying attention to?

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The UK will not introduce any new checks or controls on goods moving across the land border into Northern Ireland if the UK leaves the European Union without a deal, it has been announced.

Under a temporary and unilateral regime announced by the British government, EU goods arriving from the Republic and remaining in Northern Ireland will not be subject to tariffs.


https://www.rte.ie/news/brexit/2019/031 ... 33-brexit/


It's even in the same f*ckin article.

"However, tariffs will be payable on goods moving from the EU into the rest of the UK via Northern Ireland under a schedule of rates also released this morning."

Similarly the idea there will be no checks whatsoever is bonkers. Some will still happen - away from the borders and and intelligence driven rather randomised. I think what we may see is much of the physical inspection moving to the "border" between NI and the UK.

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/eu-exit-avo ... l-scenario


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LibDems also now expect Tory MP Phillip Lee to defect at conference. No surprise since he's said he'll spend the summer thinking


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Double edged sword for Lib Dems as Labour will go in hard about the Lib Dems just being closet Tories.

Corbyn effectively facilitating a Government against everything Labour stands for is obviously different and acceptable.


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So, let me get this straight, Ireland are saying that they don't want a hard border for movement of goods and services(there will be no hard border for movement of people because of the CTA) in Ireland, but if the UK Brexit without an agreement they will have to put one up, as it will now become an EU/3rd country border. Seems reasonable. And in fact the proposal to effectively make NI a FTA in both the EU and the UK seems even more reasonable.

And, even though one of the Leave organisations main manifesto promisies was to take control of their borders, the UK propose to keep their land border to the EU completely open, charging no tarrifs, nor having any checks whatsoever in the case of a hard brexit. Taking back control my arse.

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Pull the other one.

There will be convoys of buses from Dublin Airport/Port to Newry taking advantage of the backdoor soft border to the UK. Dublin will probably get direct flights to the subcontinent !

More frolicking unicorns.


How can you be so fuckin loud about something you don't even understand. Seriously, how much of this border debate have you been paying attention to?

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The UK will not introduce any new checks or controls on goods moving across the land border into Northern Ireland if the UK leaves the European Union without a deal, it has been announced.

Under a temporary and unilateral regime announced by the British government, EU goods arriving from the Republic and remaining in Northern Ireland will not be subject to tariffs.


https://www.rte.ie/news/brexit/2019/031 ... 33-brexit/


It's even in the same f*ckin article.

"However, tariffs will be payable on goods moving from the EU into the rest of the UK via Northern Ireland under a schedule of rates also released this morning."

Similarly the idea there will be no checks whatsoever is bonkers. Some will still happen - away from the borders and and intelligence driven rather randomised. I think what we may see is much of the physical inspection moving to the "border" between NI and the UK.

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/eu-exit-avo ... l-scenario

Ah so you are putting up a border then, just across the Irish Sea.

Which is it Border/No border ?


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I take it there has been a detailed response to Speaker Pelosi ruling out a deal in the last three pages.

Or was it just shrill bleating from Mimbo and Yeeb desperately flinging shit and blabbing on about the Micks.


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I take it there has been a detailed response to Speaker Pelosi ruling out a deal in the last three pages.

Or was it just shrill bleating from Mimbo and Yeeb desperately flinging shit and blabbing on about the Micks.

Mostly ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ showing how ignorant he is.


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I take it there has been a detailed response to Speaker Pelosi ruling out a deal in the last three pages.

Or was it just shrill bleating from Mimbo and Yeeb desperately flinging shit and blabbing on about the Micks.


Something about the border and Leo and WILL YOU and hard


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Anything that delays our shoddy deal between US and UK free marketeers is a positive thing all round.


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I see Boris Johnson is bemoaning EU collaborators. Are they going to be shot?


No, they have been gifted a free ticket to HK to protest.


That'll be a marvelous education for them, on exactly what a guarantee of status from a UK Government is worth; & indeed, of their commitment to the rights of former colonial citizens, & where the knife will cut, when the choice is between the UKs interests, & anyone elses !


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Anything that delays our shoddy deal between US and UK free marketeers is a positive thing all round.


Ain't that the truth !

Any deal with the US, will (a) Not so much be selling the family silver; as selling your organs for harvest; whether your alive or dead, & (b) Be configured to make any future FTA between the UK & EU, much, much more difficult.

Luckily for everyone; the White House doesn't have a Trade Deal in it's gift; & the Irish Lobby in the US is Cross-Party, & exists in both houses.


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camroc1 wrote:
zzzz wrote:
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So, let me get this straight, Ireland are saying that they don't want a hard border for movement of goods and services(there will be no hard border for movement of people because of the CTA) in Ireland, but if the UK Brexit without an agreement they will have to put one up, as it will now become an EU/3rd country border. Seems reasonable. And in fact the proposal to effectively make NI a FTA in both the EU and the UK seems even more reasonable.

And, even though one of the Leave organisations main manifesto promisies was to take control of their borders, the UK propose to keep their land border to the EU completely open, charging no tarrifs, nor having any checks whatsoever in the case of a hard brexit. Taking back control my arse.

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Pull the other one.

There will be convoys of buses from Dublin Airport/Port to Newry taking advantage of the backdoor soft border to the UK. Dublin will probably get direct flights to the subcontinent !

More frolicking unicorns.


How can you be so fuckin loud about something you don't even understand. Seriously, how much of this border debate have you been paying attention to?

Quote:
The UK will not introduce any new checks or controls on goods moving across the land border into Northern Ireland if the UK leaves the European Union without a deal, it has been announced.

Under a temporary and unilateral regime announced by the British government, EU goods arriving from the Republic and remaining in Northern Ireland will not be subject to tariffs.


https://www.rte.ie/news/brexit/2019/031 ... 33-brexit/


It's even in the same f*ckin article.

"However, tariffs will be payable on goods moving from the EU into the rest of the UK via Northern Ireland under a schedule of rates also released this morning."

Similarly the idea there will be no checks whatsoever is bonkers. Some will still happen - away from the borders and and intelligence driven rather randomised. I think what we may see is much of the physical inspection moving to the "border" between NI and the UK.

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/eu-exit-avo ... l-scenario

Ah so you are putting up a border then, just across the Irish Sea.

Which is it Border/No border ?


This goes to the heart of the GFA bullshit.

The UK is bending over backwards to be constructive about the border issue while staying true to the fundamental principle of the GFA. Instead of ripping the arse out of the sovereignty provisons of the GFA - you know the real ones that actually exist - it's preferred approach is to keep the NI border as open as possible and accept trade friction within its borders as the price of maintaining what is - and this can't be stressed enough - only one comparitively minor (it's not even mentioned in the GFA ) part of a much wider set of committments intended facilaitate dual identity. It's a huge political and economic concession to address a largely confected issue.

It's beyond laughable that the Irish narrative is this border proposal - and not the sovereignty grab in the f*ckin backstop - rips up the GFA. That the ROI chooses to pursue a sovereignty grab through the backstop rather than trying to work with the UK on this proposal speaks volumes about who really cares about the GFA.

Now, you guys might be able to persuade me issue here is the ROI really doesn't have a choice in all this as the EU has you by the nuts. I say might because (as this thread shows), there's an awful lot of gleeful, sub-Celtic bullshit going on. But then your beef is with the EU not the UK.

If you want people like me to believe the ROI really thinks the GFA is at risk, you should actually behave like it is and embrace solutions that don't rip the heart out of it.


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LibDems also now expect Tory MP Phillip Lee to defect at conference. No surprise since he's said he'll spend the summer thinking



Been on the cards for a while.


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Anything that delays our shoddy deal between US and UK free marketeers is a positive thing all round.


For f*cksake Sam!

If you don't like free markets, you need to vote Brexit and then get in a UK govt in that opposes them. Because the one thing the EU is going to give you in spades is mandatory markets.


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GFA bullshit :lol:

Get this through your thick head.

The special relationship is nonsense that only dumb cúnts like you believe. What is real is that after the Jewish lobby the most powerful on the hill is the Irish one. It does matter what you fools like you say. :lol:

Your country learned this already when Reagan and Tipp bitch slapped the Iron lady into talking to the RA.

Choke on it :lol:


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Anything that delays our shoddy deal between US and UK free marketeers is a positive thing all round.


Ain't that the truth !

Any deal with the US, will (a) Not so much be selling the family silver; as selling your organs for harvest; whether your alive or dead, & (b) Be configured to make any future FTA between the UK & EU, much, much more difficult.

Luckily for everyone; the White House doesn't have a Trade Deal in it's gift; & the Irish Lobby in the US is Cross-Party, & exists in both houses.



So if/when there's No Deal and it turns out there's either no need for hard border after all or there's a socking great border, and the whole thing is dead letter, what happens then?


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Did I accuse you of lying, Rinkals. It may have been a Pavlovian response, due to your propensity to lie. If it was, then I apologise.

You are probably right; you have accused me of lying so frequently that the merest thought of having to return to the search function fills me with fatigue.


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How can you be so fuckin loud about something you don't even understand. Seriously, how much of this border debate have you been paying attention to?

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The UK will not introduce any new checks or controls on goods moving across the land border into Northern Ireland if the UK leaves the European Union without a deal, it has been announced.

Under a temporary and unilateral regime announced by the British government, EU goods arriving from the Republic and remaining in Northern Ireland will not be subject to tariffs.


https://www.rte.ie/news/brexit/2019/031 ... 33-brexit/


It's even in the same f*ckin article.

"However, tariffs will be payable on goods moving from the EU into the rest of the UK via Northern Ireland under a schedule of rates also released this morning."

Similarly the idea there will be no checks whatsoever is bonkers. Some will still happen - away from the borders and and intelligence driven rather randomised. I think what we may see is much of the physical inspection moving to the "border" between NI and the UK.

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/eu-exit-avo ... l-scenario

Ah so you are putting up a border then, just across the Irish Sea.

Which is it Border/No border ?


This goes to the heart of the GFA bullshit.

The UK is bending over backwards to be constructive about the border issue while staying true to the fundamental principle of the GFA. Instead of ripping the arse out of the sovereignty provisons of the GFA - you know the real ones that actually exist - it's preferred approach is to keep the NI border as open as possible and accept trade friction within its borders as the price of maintaining what is - and this can't be stressed enough - only one comparitively minor (it's not even mentioned in the GFA ) part of a much wider set of committments intended facilaitate dual identity. It's a huge political and economic concession to address a largely confected issue.

It's beyond laughable that the Irish narrative is this border proposal - and not the sovereignty grab in the f*ckin backstop - rips up the GFA. That the ROI chooses to pursue a sovereignty grab through the backstop rather than trying to work with the UK on this proposal speaks volumes about who really cares about the GFA.

Now, you guys might be able to persuade me issue here is the ROI really doesn't have a choice in all this as the EU has you by the nuts. I say might because (as this thread shows), there's an awful lot of gleeful, sub-Celtic bullshit going on. But then your beef is with the EU not the UK.

If you want people like me to believe the ROI really thinks the GFA is at risk, you should actually behave like it is and embrace solutions that don't rip the heart out of it.



eh, these "proposals" and "solutions" that you speak of (which presumably obviate the need for the backstop) ....... can you point them out to us please, because we are all ears.

Please tell me that you are not stupid enough to believe that workable 'alternative arrangements' exist, and that all we have to do is really, really believe and they will become apparent

if you really believe alternative arrangements exist (which would be a new level of stupidity even for you), then accepting the backstop should be a straightforward decision for you, as it will become irrelevant immediately upon the unveiling of these new and magical "proposals" and "solutions"

So maybe provide us with a link to these gordian-knot-breaking alternative arrangements ....... or else shut the fvck up

you stupid cvnt


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GFA bullshit :lol:

Get this through your thick head.

The special relationship is nonsense that only dumb cúnts like you believe. What is real is that after the Jewish lobby the most powerful on the hill is the Irish one. It does matter what you fools like you say. :lol:

Your country learned this already when Reagan and Tipp bitch slapped the Iron lady in talking the RA.

Choke on it :lol:


You think the Irish lobby beats the Agri lobby? Or Wall St? I mean, it's all good fun - and who doesn't like getting shit faced and painting your arse green once a year - but this is real $

https://www.opensecrets.org/lobby/top.p ... ndexType=s

Besides No Deal may well end the the border issue with facts on the ground - one way or the other. Or at least, give the Pols in the US a chance to take that view. At that point, it's not hard to see how the Dems could walk a lot of this back as having been for a purpose (remember that back of the queue stuff?). Anyway, Brexit's a long game and there's no f*ckin telling what's pushing buttons in US next politics nect month let alone in a few years.


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Anything that delays our shoddy deal between US and UK free marketeers is a positive thing all round.


Ain't that the truth !

Any deal with the US, will (a) Not so much be selling the family silver; as selling your organs for harvest; whether your alive or dead, & (b) Be configured to make any future FTA between the UK & EU, much, much more difficult.

Luckily for everyone; the White House doesn't have a Trade Deal in it's gift; & the Irish Lobby in the US is Cross-Party, & exists in both houses.



So if/when there's No Deal and it turns out there's either no need for hard border after all or there's a socking great border, and the whole thing is dead letter, what happens then?


it will be the latter ("a socking great border"), which will mean:

No FTA with the US
No FTA with Europe
Collapse of the NI economy
Shift of moderate nationalist opinion away from the status quo (i.e. no longer happy to be part of UK)
Fraying of the GFA and potential civil unrest and dissident recruitment
UK wide recession
Damage to Ireland's economy

This will last maybe a year before a new, saner regime (perhaps cross party) gets into office in the UK, and the voices and opinions of thick cvnts like you are cast into the wilderness where they belong

the UK will them accept an NI-only backstop, will sign the WA and will get on with a responsible brexit, followed by a decade of trying to rebuild its international reputation

you thick cvnt


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I was obviously not referring to domestic lobby groups you thick infantile fool.

Here's a list of our mates, maybe you can get your carer to help you write a letter to them outlining your views.

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CONGRESSIONAL FRIENDS OF THE IRISH NATIONAL CAUCUS

115th CONGRESS (2017-2019)

Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH)

Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA)

Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA)

Sen. Mark Kirk (R-IL)

Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ)

Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D-NY)

Rep. Brendan F. Boyle (D-PA)

Rep. Michael E. Capuano (D-MA)

Rep. William L. Clay (D-MO)

Rep.Gerald E. Connolly (D-VA)

Rep. Joseph Crowley (D-NY

Rep. Elijah E. Cummings (D-MD)

Rep. Ted Deuch (D-FL)

Rep. Mike Doyle (D-PA)

Rep. Eliot L. Engel (D-NY)

Rep. Richard Hanna (R-NY)

Rep. Brian M. Higgins (D-NY)

Rep. David Joyce (R-OH)

Rep. William Keating (D-MA)

Rep. Joseph Kennedy III (D-MA)

Rep. Peter T. King (R-NY)

Rep. Nita Lowey (D-NY)

Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY)

Rep. James P. McGovern (D-MA)

Rep. Gregory W. Meeks (D-NY)

Rep. Grace Meng (D-NY)

Rep. Patrick Murphy (D-FL)

Rep. Tim Murphy (R-PA)

Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY)

Rep. Richard E. Neal (D-MA)

Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC)

Rep. Frank Pallone, Jr. (D-NJ)

Rep. Donald M. Payne (D-NJ)

Rep. Thomas Rooney (R-FL)

Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH)

Rep. José E. Serrano (D-NY)

Rep. Louise M. Slaughter (D-NY)

Rep. Nydia M. Velazquez (D-NY)


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Zzzz on over 40 posts today. Admittedly not up to bimbo's standards when he can go 80+, but a considerable leap nonetheless and his are longer tbf.


Zzzz are you away on holiday atmo?


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I was obviously not referring to domestic lobby groups you thick infantile fool.

Here's a list of our mates, maybe you can get your carer to help you write a letter to them outlining your views.

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CONGRESSIONAL FRIENDS OF THE IRISH NATIONAL CAUCUS

115th CONGRESS (2017-2019)

Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH)

Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA)

Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA)

Sen. Mark Kirk (R-IL)

Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ)

Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D-NY)

Rep. Brendan F. Boyle (D-PA)

Rep. Michael E. Capuano (D-MA)

Rep. William L. Clay (D-MO)

Rep.Gerald E. Connolly (D-VA)

Rep. Joseph Crowley (D-NY

Rep. Elijah E. Cummings (D-MD)

Rep. Ted Deuch (D-FL)

Rep. Mike Doyle (D-PA)

Rep. Eliot L. Engel (D-NY)

Rep. Richard Hanna (R-NY)

Rep. Brian M. Higgins (D-NY)

Rep. David Joyce (R-OH)

Rep. William Keating (D-MA)

Rep. Joseph Kennedy III (D-MA)

Rep. Peter T. King (R-NY)

Rep. Nita Lowey (D-NY)

Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY)

Rep. James P. McGovern (D-MA)

Rep. Gregory W. Meeks (D-NY)

Rep. Grace Meng (D-NY)

Rep. Patrick Murphy (D-FL)

Rep. Tim Murphy (R-PA)

Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY)

Rep. Richard E. Neal (D-MA)

Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC)

Rep. Frank Pallone, Jr. (D-NJ)

Rep. Donald M. Payne (D-NJ)

Rep. Thomas Rooney (R-FL)

Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH)

Rep. José E. Serrano (D-NY)

Rep. Louise M. Slaughter (D-NY)

Rep. Nydia M. Velazquez (D-NY)


If these guys are so friendly to Ireland, what are they going to do to stop the EU f**king Irealnd post No Deal?.


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Anything that delays our shoddy deal between US and UK free marketeers is a positive thing all round.


Ain't that the truth !

Any deal with the US, will (a) Not so much be selling the family silver; as selling your organs for harvest; whether your alive or dead, & (b) Be configured to make any future FTA between the UK & EU, much, much more difficult.

Luckily for everyone; the White House doesn't have a Trade Deal in it's gift; & the Irish Lobby in the US is Cross-Party, & exists in both houses.



So if/when there's No Deal and it turns out there's either no need for hard border after all or there's a socking great border, and the whole thing is dead letter, what happens then?


it will be the latter ("a socking great border"), which will mean:

No FTA with the US
No FTA with Europe
Collapse of the NI economy
Shift of moderate nationalist opinion away from the status quo (i.e. no longer happy to be part of UK)
Fraying of the GFA and potential civil unrest and dissident recruitment
UK wide recession
Damage to Ireland's economy

This will last maybe a year before a new, saner regime (perhaps cross party) gets into office in the UK, and the voices and opinions of thick cvnts like you are cast into the wilderness where they belong

the UK will them accept an NI-only backstop, will sign the WA and will get on with a responsible brexit, followed by a decade of trying to rebuild its international reputation

you thick cvnt



The integrity of the Single Market Trumps the GFA says this bright chap above.


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Got some bad news for you.


"2017 to 2019"

Take the boring pedantic routine elsewhere.


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I was obviously not referring to domestic lobby groups you thick infantile fool.

Here's a list of our mates, maybe you can get your carer to help you write a letter to them outlining your views.

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CONGRESSIONAL FRIENDS OF THE IRISH NATIONAL CAUCUS

115th CONGRESS (2017-2019)

Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH)

Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA)

Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA)

Sen. Mark Kirk (R-IL)

Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ)

Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D-NY)

Rep. Brendan F. Boyle (D-PA)

Rep. Michael E. Capuano (D-MA)

Rep. William L. Clay (D-MO)

Rep.Gerald E. Connolly (D-VA)

Rep. Joseph Crowley (D-NY

Rep. Elijah E. Cummings (D-MD)

Rep. Ted Deuch (D-FL)

Rep. Mike Doyle (D-PA)

Rep. Eliot L. Engel (D-NY)

Rep. Richard Hanna (R-NY)

Rep. Brian M. Higgins (D-NY)

Rep. David Joyce (R-OH)

Rep. William Keating (D-MA)

Rep. Joseph Kennedy III (D-MA)

Rep. Peter T. King (R-NY)

Rep. Nita Lowey (D-NY)

Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY)

Rep. James P. McGovern (D-MA)

Rep. Gregory W. Meeks (D-NY)

Rep. Grace Meng (D-NY)

Rep. Patrick Murphy (D-FL)

Rep. Tim Murphy (R-PA)

Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY)

Rep. Richard E. Neal (D-MA)

Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC)

Rep. Frank Pallone, Jr. (D-NJ)

Rep. Donald M. Payne (D-NJ)

Rep. Thomas Rooney (R-FL)

Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH)

Rep. José E. Serrano (D-NY)

Rep. Louise M. Slaughter (D-NY)

Rep. Nydia M. Velazquez (D-NY)


Grow up, mullet. You're coming across like a petulant teenager. Look at all the people who like us! :lol:


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Got some bad news for you.


you think AOC is going to vote for a Trump-BoJo FTA that damages the GFA?

we Mexicans stick together after all :nod:


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zzzz wrote:
Mullet 2 wrote:
I was obviously not referring to domestic lobby groups you thick infantile fool.

Here's a list of our mates, maybe you can get your carer to help you write a letter to them outlining your views.

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CONGRESSIONAL FRIENDS OF THE IRISH NATIONAL CAUCUS

115th CONGRESS (2017-2019)

Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH)

Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA)

Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA)

Sen. Mark Kirk (R-IL)

Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ)

Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D-NY)

Rep. Brendan F. Boyle (D-PA)

Rep. Michael E. Capuano (D-MA)

Rep. William L. Clay (D-MO)

Rep.Gerald E. Connolly (D-VA)

Rep. Joseph Crowley (D-NY

Rep. Elijah E. Cummings (D-MD)

Rep. Ted Deuch (D-FL)

Rep. Mike Doyle (D-PA)

Rep. Eliot L. Engel (D-NY)

Rep. Richard Hanna (R-NY)

Rep. Brian M. Higgins (D-NY)

Rep. David Joyce (R-OH)

Rep. William Keating (D-MA)

Rep. Joseph Kennedy III (D-MA)

Rep. Peter T. King (R-NY)

Rep. Nita Lowey (D-NY)

Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY)

Rep. James P. McGovern (D-MA)

Rep. Gregory W. Meeks (D-NY)

Rep. Grace Meng (D-NY)

Rep. Patrick Murphy (D-FL)

Rep. Tim Murphy (R-PA)

Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY)

Rep. Richard E. Neal (D-MA)

Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC)

Rep. Frank Pallone, Jr. (D-NJ)

Rep. Donald M. Payne (D-NJ)

Rep. Thomas Rooney (R-FL)

Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH)

Rep. José E. Serrano (D-NY)

Rep. Louise M. Slaughter (D-NY)

Rep. Nydia M. Velazquez (D-NY)


If this guys are so friendly to Ireland, what are they going to do to stop the EU f**king Irealnd post No Deal?.




EU has done nothing wrong

They're going to help us post no deal. It's great when you're part of a massive economic bloc.


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Zzzz on over 40 posts today. Admittedly not up to bimbo's standards when he can go 80+, but a considerable leap nonetheless and his are longer tbf.


Zzzz are you away on holiday atmo?



Almost. One more sleep.

I have had a relatively quiet day and made the mistake of venturing into this shit hole of a thread.


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