Paisleys answer

#2
Oh please.
 
#3
THIS AGREEMENT IS THE GREATEST BETRAYAL OF THE UNIONIST PEOPLE!

IT'S AGAINST GOD, AND AGAINST ULSTER!

I SAY NEVER! NEVER! NEVER!
 
#4
The unfortunate thing is, when we look at our neighbours who are of different religion, almost two thirds of them who voted did so for a party who either are or were, terrorists and murderers......... or actively support them and their actions.
Lets not criticise Big Ian too hastily, would Gollum Empey be any better for Northern Ireland?
 
#5
The Rev is a c*nt but I will give him credit for at least sticking to his principles over the last 40 odd years unlike a lot of the other weasels that have come and gone.
 
#6
chokinthechicken said:
What do you think The Rev's answer to power sharing will be.?

OVER MY DEAD BODY, me thinks. :shakefist: :shakefist: :shakefist:

CTC
ULSTER SAYS NO!

But the man from Del Monte - he says yes
 
#7
For over 40 years the Rev has been at the forefront of protecting the British front line agaionst terrorism by standing toe to toe with the fookers. Why have they not topped him, because they know he holds more sway over the British of N.I. than any mainland muppet.

He is a very clever politician and although the past he has said some ludicrous things he is a better bet as first minister than Gerry. Or am I getting the distinct impression that the "English" are trying to completely wash there hands of the Oirish problem they created?

Oh how memories can be so choosey!
 
#8
Paisley has been the only individual political leader who has had the guts to hold Sinn Fein to account.

It is ironic that the man who was most against the 'Good Friday Agreement' (apart from me ) is the one to save it. Therein lies the fallacy of the process.

Where are all the mindless bandwagon jumping tossers now?
 
#10
Brilliant politician, I hope he sees in a policy where his party is able to compromise even if it with terrorist cnuts like adams.
:brilsmurf:
 
#11
The man is a grade A chopper.

Just like Adams and McGuinness.

I got an Ian Paisley Calendar recently. It's got January, February, MARCH, MARCH, MARCH

I'll get me coat
 
#12
chokinthechicken said:
What do you think The Rev's answer to power sharing will be.?
They tried to make me go to Stormont,
But I said no, no, no
 
#13
Tytus_Barnowl said:
Brilliant politician, I hope he sees in a policy where his party is able to compromise even if it with terrorist cnuts like adams.
:brilsmurf:

Which part of this self appointed Reverend and raving lunatic indicates that he is a brilliant politician ??
 
#14
Problem is it does'nt matter who wins what over here.Gerry & Martin have won.No matter what happens they always get there way & always will do,thanks to el presedente.
 
#16
spike7451 said:
Problem is it does'nt matter who wins what over here.Gerry & Martin have won.No matter what happens they always get there way & always will do,thanks to el presedente.
Good point. If Paisley says no he will be accused of ignoring the will of the people.

Or at least the will of the people who voted for Sinn Fein.

And that could seriously bugger up any future White House invitations.
 
#17
spike7451 said:
Problem is it does'nt matter who wins what over here.Gerry & Martin have won.No matter what happens they always get there way & always will do,thanks to el presedente.
Very well put. I don't think it'll make an iota of difference to the Rev Ian's plans, though. He's fully aware that the people who voted for his party trust him to do the right thing, come what may - he's no brilliant politician, but he's no Blairing liar, that's for sure; what you see (or hear :rage: is what you get).

I voted for McCartney. As far as he's concerned the rest are all shits, and I agree with that. Pity he lost his deposit.
 
#18
Paisley has indeed stuck to his principles, most of them bigoted and from the 16th century. While I did see him give evidence at the Saville enquiry and respected his ability to run rings around the "legal eagles" he is an evil, spiteful, hate filled old man.

The sooner his kind, from either side, shuffle off this mortal coil the better.
 
#19
RABC said:
Tytus_Barnowl said:
Brilliant politician, I hope he sees in a policy where his party is able to compromise even if it with terrorist cnuts like adams.
:brilsmurf:

Which part of this self appointed Reverend and raving lunatic indicates that he is a brilliant politician ??
He voices the will of his constituents, regardless of their persuasion. I am correct in this, I judge his political attributes not his theological lambasts.
:frustrated:
TB
 

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