Negotiating The Future

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Last night.

At St Canice’s Cathedral in Kilkenny where former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern was interviewed by former RTE journalist David Davin-Power, as part of the Kilkenny Arts Festival.

FIGHT!

20 thoughts on “Negotiating The Future

    1. Andrew

      That’s what I was thinking. Were there many there? Who would hand over cash to go and see this?

  1. Spaghetti Hoop

    He’s just waiting for Dustin the Turkey to join the race and then…boom…Bertie’s in. Appearing like the soundest candidate ever after the barrel-scrape.
    ‘A lot of fun, more to have’

    1. Brother Barnabas

      ^this

      i’d love him to run

      we should organise an email campaign, urging him to claim his rightful position. then sit back and enjoy his humiliation.

      1. harboner

        this is the only logical explanation for the Duffy campaign. someone who hates him has been stroking his ego *big time*

      2. rotide

        Why do you think that one of Ireland’s most popular politicians in the history of the state would be humiliated in an election?

        1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

          Well, he was at one stage. I don’t think anyone believes he’s that any more, the stupid fupper.

          1. KellMA

            @ Rotide, yes sorry to say but I can certainly follow your logic. Only difference though is lowry and the climate change deniers get through because of the perks they realise for their constituents. A president is a bit more limited that way I would imagine.

        2. ReproButina

          He can’t buy the presidency the way he bought the elections and the tribunals have shown him to be a crook.

  2. Paulus

    ‘hon The Bert:
    Show them what a real leader looks like!

    And bring some dignity and honour to the post while you’re at it.

    Oh wait….

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