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« Reply #5295 on: September 17, 2018, 12:57:25 AM »
I see what youre saying, the more I think on it Orior was right, she is an attention seeking gimp......

In the context of which she was in the news - giving her side of a police ombudsman report into the PSNI's handling of her rape at the hands of the IRA, I don't think she was attention seeking and to say she was is utterly reprehensible.
Firstly her rape was not at the hands of the IRA, she was raped and abused by well known member of the IRA who it appears abused at least one other girl. The IRA failed her in not dealing with the abuse. The RUC failed her by trying to exploit her abuse for their own ends and social services abused her. Maria Cahill has very obviously been traumatised by her experience bot of the abuse and trying to seek redress. In my view she has been further abused by those political parties opposed to SF, not without abusers in their own ranks trying to score points, rather than get her justice. Maria herself has had a colourful political career. But nothing can excuse the way in which she was treated by the state or by those in the IRA seeking to cover for the organisation in much the same way they criticise the church for doing. MaryLou needs to make a fulsome apology for the sins of the past.

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« Reply #5296 on: September 17, 2018, 10:40:58 AM »

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« Reply #5297 on: September 17, 2018, 11:32:17 AM »
Not much gender balance in Sinn Féin these days.
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« Reply #5298 on: September 19, 2018, 10:37:18 AM »
I see what youre saying, the more I think on it Orior was right, she is an attention seeking gimp......

In the context of which she was in the news - giving her side of a police ombudsman report into the PSNI's handling of her rape at the hands of the IRA, I don't think she was attention seeking and to say she was is utterly reprehensible.
Firstly her rape was not at the hands of the IRA, she was raped and abused by well known member of the IRA who it appears abused at least one other girl. The IRA failed her in not dealing with the abuse. The RUC failed her by trying to exploit her abuse for their own ends and social services abused her. Maria Cahill has very obviously been traumatised by her experience bot of the abuse and trying to seek redress. In my view she has been further abused by those political parties opposed to SF, not without abusers in their own ranks trying to score points, rather than get her justice. Maria herself has had a colourful political career. But nothing can excuse the way in which she was treated by the state or by those in the IRA seeking to cover for the organisation in much the same way they criticise the church for doing. MaryLou needs to make a fulsome apology for the sins of the past.

Who are you talking about here?

One hand owning up the other slinging mud
I have nothing to own up to, I am not in SF nor any party. Other parties have had members in court on charges of varying seriousness. I am merely commenting.

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« Reply #5299 on: September 19, 2018, 12:39:19 PM »
Did anyone see Maria Cahill on the television last night?
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« Reply #5300 on: October 24, 2018, 11:28:40 AM »
I see Liadh No Riada has let the cat out of the bag on their “average” industrial wage.
She’s taking home €47k which is the average industrial wage apparently. Just the small semantic, her words, of gross versus net
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« Reply #5301 on: October 24, 2018, 11:32:00 AM »
I see Liadh No Riada has let the cat out of the bag on their “average” industrial wage.
She’s taking home €47k which is the average industrial wage apparently. Just the small semantic, her words, of gross versus net

I'm surprised anyone falls for this. They have never taken the average industrial wage. Any of them.

She's not a very credible person to run for President. Given her performances I am surprised she's an elected MEP. Does she bring clout from something else? Her family connections? Her past?

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« Reply #5302 on: October 24, 2018, 11:47:48 AM »
I see Liadh No Riada has let the cat out of the bag on their “average” industrial wage.
She’s taking home €47k which is the average industrial wage apparently. Just the small semantic, her words, of gross versus net

I'm surprised anyone falls for this. They have never taken the average industrial wage. Any of them.

She's not a very credible person to run for President. Given her performances I am surprised she's an elected MEP. Does she bring clout from something else? Her family connections? Her past?

Ranked 71st out of 751 MEPs for level of activity in the role. In other words, she is among the 10% of hardest working MEPs.
http://www.mepranking.eu/mep.php?id=124987#mep

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« Reply #5303 on: October 24, 2018, 12:56:36 PM »
I see Liadh No Riada has let the cat out of the bag on their “average” industrial wage.
She’s taking home €47k which is the average industrial wage apparently. Just the small semantic, her words, of gross versus net

When they didn't go with a high profile candidate I thought she was a good choice.   Shinners would rock up a 12 to 15% vote from party ranks and she would supplement it with a few more by virtue of being middle class, Gaeltacht, O'Riada family and active MP.

I'd say her Poppy answer last week cost her a lot of the Shinner "banker" vote and that performance last night will have cost her some of the wider vote.

Still she is far from the worst in the field.

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« Reply #5304 on: October 24, 2018, 12:58:43 PM »
I see Liadh No Riada has let the cat out of the bag on their “average” industrial wage.
She’s taking home €47k which is the average industrial wage apparently. Just the small semantic, her words, of gross versus net

I'm surprised anyone falls for this. They have never taken the average industrial wage. Any of them.

She's not a very credible person to run for President. Given her performances I am surprised she's an elected MEP. Does she bring clout from something else? Her family connections? Her past?

Ranked 71st out of 751 MEPs for level of activity in the role. In other words, she is among the 10% of hardest working MEPs.
http://www.mepranking.eu/mep.php?id=124987#mep

Look up Diane Dodds and give yourself a laugh.

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« Reply #5305 on: October 24, 2018, 01:19:57 PM »
I see Liadh No Riada has let the cat out of the bag on their “average” industrial wage.
She’s taking home €47k which is the average industrial wage apparently. Just the small semantic, her words, of gross versus net

I'm surprised anyone falls for this. They have never taken the average industrial wage. Any of them.

She's not a very credible person to run for President. Given her performances I am surprised she's an elected MEP. Does she bring clout from something else? Her family connections? Her past?

Ranked 71st out of 751 MEPs for level of activity in the role. In other words, she is among the 10% of hardest working MEPs.
http://www.mepranking.eu/mep.php?id=124987#mep

Hmm. She's obviously SF cannon fodder in this election. She realistically could lose her MEP seat next time around given her performance. Not a credible person.

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« Reply #5306 on: October 24, 2018, 01:22:17 PM »
I see Liadh No Riada has let the cat out of the bag on their “average” industrial wage.
She’s taking home €47k which is the average industrial wage apparently. Just the small semantic, her words, of gross versus net

I'm surprised anyone falls for this. They have never taken the average industrial wage. Any of them.

She's not a very credible person to run for President. Given her performances I am surprised she's an elected MEP. Does she bring clout from something else? Her family connections? Her past?

Ranked 71st out of 751 MEPs for level of activity in the role. In other words, she is among the 10% of hardest working MEPs.
http://www.mepranking.eu/mep.php?id=124987#mep

Hmm. She's obviously SF cannon fodder in this election. She realistically could lose her MEP seat next time around given her performance. Not a credible person.
In the top 10% of hardest workers in the European Parliament, and that makes her "not a credible person"? Give it up Trailer ffs.

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« Reply #5307 on: October 24, 2018, 01:27:36 PM »
I see Liadh No Riada has let the cat out of the bag on their “average” industrial wage.
She’s taking home €47k which is the average industrial wage apparently. Just the small semantic, her words, of gross versus net

I'm surprised anyone falls for this. They have never taken the average industrial wage. Any of them.

She's not a very credible person to run for President. Given her performances I am surprised she's an elected MEP. Does she bring clout from something else? Her family connections? Her past?

Ranked 71st out of 751 MEPs for level of activity in the role. In other words, she is among the 10% of hardest working MEPs.
http://www.mepranking.eu/mep.php?id=124987#mep

Hmm. She's obviously SF cannon fodder in this election. She realistically could lose her MEP seat next time around given her performance. Not a credible person.
In the top 10% of hardest workers in the European Parliament, and that makes her "not a credible person"? Give it up Trailer ffs.

She has the worst attendance out of all of Ireland's MEPs (11/11 and 699 overall). Hardworking me hole. She doesn't bother turning up most of the time ffs.

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« Reply #5308 on: October 24, 2018, 01:32:44 PM »
I see Liadh No Riada has let the cat out of the bag on their “average” industrial wage.
She’s taking home €47k which is the average industrial wage apparently. Just the small semantic, her words, of gross versus net

I'm surprised anyone falls for this. They have never taken the average industrial wage. Any of them.

She's not a very credible person to run for President. Given her performances I am surprised she's an elected MEP. Does she bring clout from something else? Her family connections? Her past?

Ranked 71st out of 751 MEPs for level of activity in the role. In other words, she is among the 10% of hardest working MEPs.
http://www.mepranking.eu/mep.php?id=124987#mep

Hmm. She's obviously SF cannon fodder in this election. She realistically could lose her MEP seat next time around given her performance. Not a credible person.
In the top 10% of hardest workers in the European Parliament, and that makes her "not a credible person"? Give it up Trailer ffs.

She has the worst attendance out of all of Ireland's MEPs (11/11 and 699 overall). Hardworking me hole. She doesn't bother turning up most of the time ffs.

I literally gave you a link showing how she rates across ALL barometers and it plainly states in black and white that she is rated at 71st out of 751 MEPs for er level of activity. What age are you?

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« Reply #5309 on: October 24, 2018, 01:42:06 PM »
I see Liadh No Riada has let the cat out of the bag on their “average” industrial wage.
She’s taking home €47k which is the average industrial wage apparently. Just the small semantic, her words, of gross versus net

I'm surprised anyone falls for this. They have never taken the average industrial wage. Any of them.

She's not a very credible person to run for President. Given her performances I am surprised she's an elected MEP. Does she bring clout from something else? Her family connections? Her past?

Ranked 71st out of 751 MEPs for level of activity in the role. In other words, she is among the 10% of hardest working MEPs.
http://www.mepranking.eu/mep.php?id=124987#mep

Hmm. She's obviously SF cannon fodder in this election. She realistically could lose her MEP seat next time around given her performance. Not a credible person.
In the top 10% of hardest workers in the European Parliament, and that makes her "not a credible person"? Give it up Trailer ffs.

She has the worst attendance out of all of Ireland's MEPs (11/11 and 699 overall). Hardworking me hole. She doesn't bother turning up most of the time ffs.

I literally gave you a link showing how she rates across ALL barometers and it plainly states in black and white that she is rated at 71st out of 751 MEPs for er level of activity. What age are you?

36. You?

She tells untruths. She doesn't turn up and the fact she is actually running in this race, makes her not credible in my eyes.