Now in a lot of cases in the people I would be dealing with would be quite marginalised and wouldn’t have access to the huge advice that maybe middle class people would have and they do rely on people like us to make a case on their behalf. Fianna Fáil’s Eamon Ó Cuív, defender of […]

Last December, he told a meeting of creditors how he gave Ms Killilea Dunne €100m in 2005 in return for her “love and affection”. He also got children, a happy marriage and his wife washed “the odd shirt” he told the US bankruptcy proceedings in Connecticut. The agreement was drawn up on a trip to […]

The Ógra Fianna Fáil Dublin West Bebo page’s photos of the Cáirde Fáil annual dinner from 2007. It makes me yearn for the heroes of the Celtic Tiger. Thank God FF are rising up again, before you know it we will be back to the days of Haughey and Taca, Bertie and the Galway Tent, […]

You’re hardly voting FG? The problem is that Alan Shatter is a Jew and as a Jew he looks down on the rest if us Gentiles….. Oh Maybe you’re a jewess? Well it’s a good profession to be in. A Fianna Fáil canvasser. Allegedly. 

This makes us all look so bloody stupid, it is amateurish and utterly avoidable. We have been bumbling along for months with no direction, no narrative. A senior Fianna Fáil TD speaking to the Indo. Perhaps somewhat incredibly, he/she isn’t talking about how FF scuttled the economy, but rather the debacle faced by the mouthbreathers […]

We still all support Fianna Fail. I don’t think much of the leader, I think you all know that. I’m not going to say anything nice about him. The party is doing fairly brutally. Bertie Ahern. When asked about his comment where he said he has nothing nice to say about him, Mr Ahern replied by […]

Hobbsy horse

And they’re off…….their fucking rockers:  Pictured at Leopardstown are Anne Louise – Jude Miley Trust, Kathryn Thomas – MC for the event, Eddie Hobbs- Representing Jack & Jill foundation, Mark Fitzgerald – President Of PRD Ireland | CEO Sherry Fitzgerald and Lisa McGoldrick-Fundraiser for The National Maternity Hospital as the Property Industry join forces to fundraise for charitable causes. A […]

So is Ireland. Last year its economy grew about 10 percent, the Foreign Ministry said — the seventh consecutive year of expansion. And Dublin, which as London’s quaint second cousin had long been more used to bust than boom, is evolving into a fast-paced, multicultural European city, with over half of its 1.1 million residents […]

Sometimes I’d be concerned that when I am out for a walk a lulu would jump out from the bushes and grab me. You never know what kind of characters are out there. But then again, you can’t live your life like that, you just have to be careful. Sometimes, I just like to vanish […]

The unbearable lightness of being an ardent FF supporter

‘This smile is painted on’.  Angela Kerins was Fianna Fail. And not just common or garden Fianna Fail either. She ran for the party’s national executive. She went to the annual Ard Fheiseanna. She chaired the Women’s Political Association and pushed for the promotion of Fianna Fail women. She was so assertive politically that people […]