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  1. Comment on Gerry Adams: “I have no recollection of that whatsoever.”
    on 24 April 2014 at 3:51 am

    And there again P68 has a point – there is form on arresting people after they commit to the political process, just ask Gerry McGeogh and Ivor Bell, it would be interesting to contemplate the why and who behind them. But sure the party of equality would have made sure that they all have OTR letters?

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  2. Comment on Cartoon – Selective abstentionism
    on 24 April 2014 at 3:27 am

    Someone is being softened up for something and it isn’t necessarily the shinners supporters.

    And another thing now that ASF has raised it, why are FF and the other southern parties continuing their abstentionism?

    However, back on to the main thrust of the thread, why should SF support the queen across the water by going to her parliament?

    If the majority of her subjects are snubbing the seats left aside for them, yet she is supporting the snub by paying them to do so is that not sweet? And what is more it shows that the irrelevance of being there exposed is plain for all to see why would you want to have to spread your forces by sending people there?

    Cannot see it folks.

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  3. Comment on AN LÁ DEARG was an expression of both a growing sense of anger
    on 19 April 2014 at 2:08 am

    People have worked out what they want and there is cash in the kitty for it.

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  4. Comment on Villiers: What Stormont needs is the revitalising influence of an opposition…
    on 16 April 2014 at 9:16 am

    All written from a unionist mindset, if you wish to get rid of sectarian politics you will have to get rid of the sectarian border

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  5. Comment on Educational Underachievement-Part 1: Are Protestants getting left behind in education? The statistically based answer is an emphatic ‘No’
    on 15 April 2014 at 12:19 am

    Has anyone considered that champions breed champions and thus thick people breed thick people? There goes the politically correct vote.

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  6. Comment on The 11 new district councils – projecting the 2011 votes
    on 9 April 2014 at 11:16 am

    Charles – as predicted – check out the news for Margaret Anne McKillop, she was the chief strategist for SF in the middle glens – now standing for the SDLP. Quare gunk.

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  7. Comment on Sinn Fein’s Demographic war for constitutional change is useless without middle class
    on 8 April 2014 at 8:15 pm

    I agree gingray – nationalism has to do nothing, let the english pay for their colony, we can sit back and await the end while all the time continue to reflect the growing nationalist representation in the civil sphere, perhaps rename great victoria street to Padraig Pearse Street? eventually one vote will bring the edifice built on the sand of sectarianism down. It will be fun watching this.

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  8. Comment on The 11 new district councils – projecting the 2011 votes
    on 8 April 2014 at 10:32 am

    Alliance in Larne council depends on nationalists voting for them as the least worst option, in Ballymena there are alternatives so my answer would be no, and also expect Sinn Fein to get a gunk in the Glens before the day is out

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  9. Comment on McGuinness WILL attend events during Pres Higgins state visit to GB
    on 6 April 2014 at 3:38 pm

    I wonder what length of spoon McGuinness will use to eat the soup the English queen ladles out for him

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