Thursday, February 26, 2009

Tanaiste Coughlan Has Something Important To Say

I listened in gobsmacked amazement to Mary Coughlan's interview with Cathal MacCoille on the Morning Ireland radio show on 25 February. In an interview lasting 16 and a half minutes, Coughlan told MacCoille, on sixteen occasions, that 'it is very important to say' something and then went on to utter some utterly inarticulate, facile piece of nonsense. She also told him, on two occasions, that she was working 'stridently' on some issue or other. She sure makes a lot of meaningless noise alright.

If it were not so serious it would be funny. But this woman, who can hardly string two meaningful sentences together, is our Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment. No wonder we are in the state we are in.

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