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Old 27-04-2012, 02:52 PM
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House always wins

People HAD to vote in corrupt politicians . To get them what they were Due , because the system is stacked in such a way that you can't get anything done , without a corrupt politician .

This is absolutely fine , when trying to trickle money away from the small number of wealthy people down to the majority of those dispossesed of access to capital and means of exploiting it .


But it gets problematic when the money starts flowing the other way . Away from the capital poor to the capital rich .

As is happening in this country , right now .
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Old 29-04-2012, 11:02 AM
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Politicians tell lies,politicians have always told lies,they will continue to tell lies as long as the likes of Callelly,O'Keeffe,Lo wry & many similiar individuals are allowed to represent the people......clinics in pubs on Saturday mornings!!!!!what a crock of shit.Remember "Lisbon For Jobs"more lies to elevate themselves onto another gravy train.The Fiscal treaty is no different...it is basically another vechicle created for these crooks when they jump ship & head to europe where basically the same bunch could end up running this country from the bistros in Brussells, very sad indeed....goodnight Ireland & thank you once again for being so gullible..Masstricht ,Nice,Lisbon x 2...."we did not think that we would con you a fourth time".
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Old 29-04-2012, 03:54 PM
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At least the politicians are funny.
There are sectors of society who have done far worse.
Bankers. Why no prosecutions? Treason springs to mind.
Auctioneers?
Lawyers?
And worst of all the Clergy.
The vast majority of the currently serving clergy have been involved in the cover ups. Why are they not being prosecuted for obstructing the course of justice. A crime in itself.

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Old 29-04-2012, 03:55 PM
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At least the politicians are funny.
There are sectors of society who have done far worse.
Bankers. Why no prosecutions? Treason springs to mind.
Auctioneers?
Lawyers?
And worst of all the Clergy.
The vast majority of the currently serving clergy have been involved in the cover ups. Why are they not being prosecuted for obstructing the course of justice. A crime in itself.

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Old 30-04-2012, 01:31 AM
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I wonder was Ned handcuffed when he was arrested and made take off his tie and belt before he went into the cell or is it different rules for politicians?
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Playground Of Dreamss,one Year Old
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The Corner House, Coburg St., 9pm

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