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May 08, 2011

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Martin Marprelate- A Man in the Street!

Dammned fool! This could have flared up violence. Still, what can one expect from a Party which is dead and should be buried. Bits continue to fall off of its corpse. Elliot can drink deeply of the cup of sorrow and the sooner his sideshow of a party is run off the road the better. There are two big players in the Ulster Field these days, DUP, (congrats to Peter Robinson the Comeback Kid), and SF/IRA. Like the Conservatives in Scotland the relic of the UUP, with no Westminster Seats these days, is now becoming a distraction and an irrelevance.

I do hope Owen "Lundy" Paterson has read, marked and inwardly digested the Ulster results.

Clement

Sorry Mr Elliott, as much as I hate Sinn Fein's guts, I don't think it's fair to keep going on about the past.

Point is, people in Ireland are happy with the current DUP-SF government and want it to continue, I think it's the best way forward for Northern Ireland, and I hope it can get past it's religious political affiliation, whereby if you're protestant, the only option is a conservative party.

Llanaberman

Well said Tom. You have spoken out in volumes for every decent law abiding person in Northern Ireland.

Ultimo Tiger

Oh dear, someone's a sore loser.

Is he not going to blast the DUP as scum as well since they've helped kill the UUP off?

Martin Marprelate- A Man in the Street!

Ultimo, Elliot and his party the UUP are like a dying insect feebly fluttering on your window ledge. Either leave it to die and put it out of its misery with a well aimed swipe of a newspaper.

Framer

Actually it was a speech being made after winning a seat.

Sinn Fein are allowed to call the Unionist health minister 'sectarian' because he postponed building a cancer centre in Londonderry until he had the budget for running costs and their ministers attend celebrations for IRA men killed in actions where Protestants were murdered. No screech from the media in those cases; just don't mention the war in case they start again. Appeasement rules OK.

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