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category national | bin tax / household tax / water tax | opinion/analysis author Friday September 29, 2006 13:34author by John McDermott - removefiannafail Report this post to the editors

The coalition is divided.
A public -private partnership.?
A public -private partnership.?

And so is An Taoiseach.

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author by Michael Coulterpublication date Fri Sep 29, 2006 13:51author address author phone Report this post to the editors

The man holding the office of Tanaiste, the freedom of the press, the smallest % of the vote
and the 'Triple arm of Good Governance' is emboldened by the power of his office.
If Bertie goes down , the caretaker will be the Taniaste- not Minister Cowen.
Michael Mc Dowell will therefore control the state.

If he continues as he is, with a weakened Taoiseach , he is running the state.

Bertie , if he goes down will have to take Micheal with him.

= There has to be an election.

Tanaiste Mc Dowell has'compromised' himself enough- compromised is the new watchword.
He is at the Ploughing championships.

author by john mcDermott - removefiannafailpublication date Fri Sep 29, 2006 20:53author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Everybody has to go to the ploughing championships.
Thats where you meet the men who really run the state-the I.F.A.!
Doubt that they will abandon Bertie for the McDowellites though-whatever about Enda getting a few first preferences..

author by smirkpublication date Sat Sep 30, 2006 20:43author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Why won't the ex PD TD Geraldine Kennedy & possibly the first madam editor of the "Irish Times" to completely thrash the noble legacy of d. Gagesby reveal her sources?

the photo reminds us of the night of june 23rd 2006 when Harney & Mc Dowell dined together at the Unicorn Restaurant in Dublin. The photo wasn't taken by paparatzi, the normal bog standard press were there. Harney had just done her best to hold onto the leadership of the PD's as Ahern was doing his best to manage "a controlled implosion" ahead of the next election. How much a role is Geraldine Kennedy playing in that "controlled implosion" & how much & how little does it co-incide with our agenda of regime change , by which of course is not just meant a new cabinet, government, taoiseach, tainaiste -

nope. We want it all to change.
@ least we're consistent.

At last Big swinging Mickey almost has his day. "Mr Tainaste" to you.
At last Big swinging Mickey almost has his day. "Mr Tainaste" to you.

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