Cowen's dream ends

Cowen's dream ends

There are 1 comment on the Leinster Express story from Oct 26, 2011, titled Cowen's dream ends. In it, Leinster Express reports that:

FINE Gael has thrown down the gauntlet to Fianna Fail in the constituency with Deputy Charlie Flanagan claiming that Taoiseach Brian Cowen "had let down the people of Laois-Offaly". But despite the fact that an election is imminent, none of the three largest parties have their election teams finalised, and there is still much speculation as to who ... (more)

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Michael Dwyer

Lynnfield, MA

#1 Oct 29, 2011
Those of you who votes for Martin McGuinness.can be assured that the promises he makes will be carried out.My fellow Irishmen.if it wasen't for Martin and his good Gerry Adams.the Irish republic would be still at loggerheads. with the North.Thanks to these two Great Men. it's just a matter of time.until we have a United Ireland.without another angry Shot being fired.Just emagine a United Ireland. So do the right thing. vote for Martin McGuinness you won't regret it!Thanks for taking the time to read this short message. Michael Dwyer.

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