Don’t Call Me Junior

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Fianna Fáil TD Jim O’Callaghan

This afternoon.



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16 thoughts on “Don’t Call Me Junior

  1. Ghost of Yep

    Shame. Would have been one of the few decent appointments.

    I would imagine he has far bigger plans anyway…

    1. gringo

      Sure he has bigger plans. Our Jimbo prefers to cleanup down at the four goldmines rather than waste his precious time representing the fools who voted for him, just like he did during the last government.

  2. Harry Robertson

    2 juniors in Enterprise… (1 of each of the fianners) is that the norm or is MM trying to placate the faithful?

  3. Kate

    A bit cheeky to offer “junior” to Jim….the Minister of Justice has no legal experience whatsoever. Good decision, Jim!

  4. diddy

    meehole is afraid of jimbo on the front bench…he seems like a decent skin that will go far hopefully

    1. Cú Chulainn

      He’s a politician.. just like all ambitions politicians. Was silent on Repeal. Typical FFer.

  5. Praetorian.

    Jimiriam will make more money doing his legal barrister stuff…and more free time to do it rather than doing what he was ELECTED to do.
    When will the electorate in this country cop the fupp on….STOP voting for liars.

  6. RuilleBuille

    Jim ‘genuinely’ Callaghan so full of entitlement. – elected without reaching quota but still full of himself.

  7. LuvinLunch

    Was so disappointed he didn’t get justice. He wrote an incredible report on reforming the Family Law Courts. He should have been given the role to implement his recommendations. Don’t know McEntee but with a communications background rather than a legal one, I fear she’ll lack the technical knowledge to make meaningful change in a grossly dysfunctional system.


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