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This was sent in to us by Liam O’Mahony
This guy would easily win a Dail seat in Ireland in the next general election!
Before we get carried away with the euphoria, there are plenty of reasons to be cautious about what was announced today. As mentioned earlier, the conditionality element is key – Draghi says countries who receive help through the Outright Monetary Transactions … Continue reading
I am extremely concerned to hear that two hectares of GM potatoes are to be planted in Oat Park Carlow. My main concern is for our reputation as a producer of clean green foods, particularly in the European market. Regardless … Continue reading
Regarding the above article all I can say is
“Wishful thinking David” There is not one realist amongst the current government! They are all career politicians and are hell bent is saving their own pensions, perks and above all their own seats in Lenster house! The stupid voters that voted this lot into power will no doubt vote the same codger back in again .We deserve all the crap we are getting from these codgers!
People of Ireland wake up and turf these gangsters out and take back our country from the banker led dictatorship.
Thomás O Cléirigh
by namawinelake Poor old Bernard was one of the first mega property developers to admit he had problems back at the start of 2010. Since then, the banks have been working through his outstanding loans. Receivers have since been appointed by … Continue reading