Saturday, February 21, 2009

Chutzpah.

No comment:

Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams has called for bank executives to be brought before the courts if they are found to have broken the law.

Mr Adams told delegates at his party's Ard Fheis that "all categories of gangsters or banksters must face the full rigours of the law".

4 comments:

Mark Wadsworth said...

Now I've stopped laughing ... no comment either.

North Northwester said...

...as distinct from his victims, who were turning their backs, asleep, shopping, down the pub, saving lives, wearing uniforms,etc, when they were crept up on by civilian-garbed gangsters who used the full rigours of the anti-law.

And have you SEEN what the Prime Minister has said in the Unobserver and Cowardly Custodes today?

Now THERE'S hypocrisy with bell on...

Fidothedog said...

I am sure it must be a different Gerry Adams :-)

Ross said...

"And have you SEEN what the Prime Minister has said in the Unobserver and Cowardly Custodes today? "

I saw the title of his piece but didn't read it. "We will put people first. Not the bankers". Which is one of those idiotic and meaningless phrases that politicians like to utter. As if anyone is saying that they would put bankers before 'the people'