36 thoughts on “Staying In Tonight?

    1. Sheik Yahbouti

      Gosh, (rhetorical question) might it be that it might not reflect well on “the great and the good” who have made “the hard decisions, in the national interest”?? (I.e. signed, sealed, delivered – what’s in it for meeeeeee??)

        1. Sheik Yahbouti

          Not far enough, same old. Noonan, Kenny, Howlin retain their seats instead of going straight to jail, without passing Go. How the fupp can that be?

  1. Anne

    “Spotlight special investigation tonight on BBC One NI at 8pm focuses on NAMA”

    Ad above there says 8.30p.m.

    Tis not on yet loike.

      1. Sheik Yahbouti

        And yes again. strangely, just like the report of the EU commission, held over until after 10pm on Friday. Am I really paranoid for thinking there’s a conspiracy against the Irish people?

    1. Cian

      Considering all I’ve seen so far is ripping the DUP a new one there isn’t much it’d have done for down here, bar maybe getting Wallace in a count or two earlier.

      1. stev

        I think highlighting serious dodgy dealings around NAMA would have given government parties a good hiding considering how wedded they’ve been to them.

        1. Cian

          I suspect every voter that would use that as their reason, or tipping point, to vote against the Government already decided not to some time ago.

          Better that it was done tonight and can’t be used as an excuse by people who lost their seats.

          1. stev

            Perhaps, but a little bit of additional association would have grabbed the headlines.

            Putting subtitles on Mick Wallace was a bit odd….

          1. Anne

            Yeah, I was just looking for it for you –
            http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0742jq4

            Says the episode will be available soon.

            This all makes a bit of joke out of our parliament.

            They showed a clip where the Ceann Comhairle, Sean Barrett kept interrupting Mick Wallace saying goes to the Guards, go to the guards.
            Fupping joke. I recall Moany Joan’s response to Mick too, trying to put in a dig at Mick’s finances. Useless shower of pr*cks.

          2. Anne

            They’re all in it up to their necks it seems to me..

            Cushnahan was a NAMA advertising, advising PIMCO, then Cerberus, and his local developer cronies.

            15 million euro earmarked from the firesale for the greedy bunch of fupps..
            Top NAMA exec involved too. NAMA fupping wine lake indeed.

            “At the meeting, Mr Miskelly said to Mr Cushnahan: “You remember when Gareth Robinson phoned me that morning and told me to go to your office – and you phoned Ronnie [Ronnie Hanna, then a senior executive in Nama]?”

            Mr Miskelly told the programme that the recording of him was accurate, including his belief that Gareth Robinson, Mr Cushnahan and Mr Hanna protected him from having his “lights put out” by Nama. ”

            http://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/northern-ireland-news/bbc-records-cushnahan-admitting-he-was-due-nama-cash-1-7241142#ixzz41bOxs6pE

          3. Fergus the magic postman

            Thanks Anne. Makes me wonder why we’re paying the license fee. Wallace pretty much gave a head start on this story to RTE on a plate, much to the mirth of the better class of politician around him.

  2. some old queen

    Who ever injected that presenter woman’s lips needs an investigation all of their own. Seriously?

    1. Sheik Yahbouti

      Us old queens need to be pretty choosy about who administers collagen injections. on RTE I reckon it’s probably “Son of Cowjack”.

  3. Demoniac

    About time for such a programme. And one about all the Russian mafia money puffing up the London property bubble too.

    1. Sheik Yahbouti

      London can look after itself. I’m more concerned about a shed load of poo and dirty dealings – reports of which were held over until AFTER the election. How much longer are we going to put up with this?

  4. Truth in the News

    Have the BBC in Belfast been infected by the RTE virus….protect Noonan
    at all costs, why hold the programme over till the election was out of the way.

    1. ollie

      Cover up on NAMA dealings until after the election.
      Cover up on child sex abuse claims until after the election.

      Methinks Mr Noonan has an awful lot of explaining to do.

  5. Pablo Pistachio

    Good old NAMA, dodgy from the very beginning. With Noonan slap bang in the middle of it.
    A massive redistribution of wealth from poor to rich under this man’s time in office.

  6. perricrisptayto

    For fupps sake why do you think the first minster thought it was time to resign.

    He knew if he hung around long enough he’d never have time to hide the munnee.
    People, its always about the munnee.

    Same as we have a “hung” dail now. It’ll be hung long enough too make sure the munnee goes to the right people.
    Plus ca change or something.

  7. some old queen

    Love or hate Paisley, one thing for sure was that he was honest in his dealings but not Robinson. He was always dodgy and the whole program pointed to a backhander to him. As for NAMA, they knew what was going on. Either that or they are completely incompetent. Did Pimco not pull out of the deal because of what was asked of them?

    Fair play to Wallace.

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