Sindo is playing the sexism card for all it's worth.
No doubt if a male politician flounced because he couldn't get on with a female senior colleague it would be because he couldn't work with a woman boss. This sort of ***** is so predictable.
They may crush the flowers, and trample every living thing but they cant stop the spring..
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Great bit of spinning by Reilly. Prone is starting to earn her fees.
Typical Sindo stuff. Froth and foam but zero substance and actually demeans Shorthall by concentrating on her gender and not the political reasons for her actions.
But intelligent writing in the Irish media is a rarity.
Man kann gar nicht soviel fressen wie man kötzen möchte!
Max Liebermann, Deutsche Maler.
http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/...324668934.htmlROISÍN SHORTALL’S successor as Minister of State for Health said he had no reason to assume Minister for Health James Reilly acted improperly in relation to the list of primary care centres.
Dublin South Labour TD Alex White said “there seems to have been, from what I can see, a kind of dispute or a disagreement about the criteria”.
A time between ashes and roses is coming
When everything shall be extinguished
When everything shall begin
Tuffy says that Gilmore should have intervened in the Shortall row.
Interesting that she waited until after Shortall's replacement was chosen before making her feelings known.
Shortall's 'Everyone's out of step except me' whinge on Finucane at the weekend has raised hackles.
"Galway West TD Derek Nolan said Ms Shortall had taken out a "machine gun" to her colleagues on the 'Marian Finucane Show' last weekend."
If she was working to a plan in all this it's very hard to see what the goal was.
Shortall was in the Dail today
Sitting alone, not in the Government section
- Friends of the Irish Environment, 28.04.2003"The land Coillte Teo is now selling for development was given to them by the State in 1988 to ensure that our woodlands were run commercially, not to enable them to sell the family silver to service bank loans".