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    Default Micheal Martin

    As a fellow Corkman I want to express my best wishes to Micheal Martin in his position as new leader of FF.He has a massive task ahead of him after the debacle of the Cowen era and the likely meltdown of FF in the election.
    The Truth is out there.

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    FF wont be elected again for a good while imo. In a couple of elections maybe.

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    As you say a hard task ahead , right man for the job I think .: doc
    Between two evils, I always pick the one I never tried before.
    People who think they know everything are a great annoyance to those of us who do .: doc

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    Quote Originally Posted by westcorklad View Post
    As a fellow Corkman I want to express my best wishes to Micheal Martin in his position as new leader of FF.He has a massive task ahead of him after the debacle of the Cowen era and the likely meltdown of FF in the election.
    as an added bonus if he gets elected Taoiseach you lot can have another Tunnel

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    Quote Originally Posted by monster_monster View Post
    as an added bonus if he gets elected Taoiseach you lot can have another Tunnel
    No thanks there are plans to toll the one we already have.

    Anyway it will be at least 5 years before FF will be in with a chance of being in government again after this election so who knows what could happen in the meantime.
    The Truth is out there.

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    Hard job for him but i think he is the right man to bring them forward.

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    I think he was the right choice,i would have like to have seen o'cuiv get the job because of it's galway connections but i think martin will defo try to steady the ship and succeed where cowen failed.....
    I have lived a life of regrets.

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    Sorry, but he is one Irish politican that I DIDN'T LIKE at all; I always got a bad vibe off of him-I don't trust him at all, definitely one to watch, and not for good reason either
    Last edited by anitasizzle; 26-01-11 at 20:47.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monster_monster View Post
    as an added bonus if he gets elected Taoiseach you lot can have another Tunnel
    We dont need another tunnel sur there are two flyovers in the pipeline
    Blatant promotion should be outlawed
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    Vincent Browne is a Hero

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    Quote Originally Posted by anitasizzle View Post
    Sorry, but he is one Irish politican that I DIDN'T LIKE at all; I always got a bad vibe off of him-I don't trust him at all, definitely one to watch, and not for good reason either
    I dont know, but him and his family are highly thought of in his own area, also the amount of personal tragedy he has
    gone through is immense, he buried his daughter a few months ago the second child he has lost which must be terrible
    for any parent. In my view he is showing great courage to carry on so postively
    Blatant promotion should be outlawed
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    Vincent Browne is a Hero

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