Letter to the Editor #1

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A friend has unwittingly given me a new idea. Its as simple as this, have something to give out about? then email me (editor@stephenspillane.com) and have a bit of a rant about something I blog about, maybe its something I missed or something you want to refute. Its up to you. All emails will be published subject to common decency and the law (defamation, copyright etc)

So onto the first of many (hopefully). It is about the Tainiste Mary Coughlan and her dealings with Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary

Dear Sir,

So I’ve been really pissed at out inept minister Mary Coughlan who clearly has no ability to do her job. Were she a doctor, I would sue for malpractice and clear incompetence. however, she works as a civil “servant”, or trade union servant, as I prefer to term them.

What I’m referring to is her pure unbridled stupidity in my opinion and her poor handling of the Dublin Airport dispute where Ryanair want hangar 6.

Admittedly, Michael O’Leary can be a bit of a handful, but this time he has offered 500 (now 300) jobs on a silver platter to Ireland in a time where we are in the toilet financially and economically with massive unemployment, and she has done nothing to secure the deal.

This, in my opinion, is a disgrace.

And also the last straw for this government, in my opinion. So I want to know who the hell i can write to, and also, since you know more about these things than I do, to complain about this….

What I’m looking for in line of a response is, frankly, why she made this decision, the justification for it, and also what she has done in her entire term as minister to create 300 jobs at all.

I am well pissed off.

Steve Uniacke

I advised Steve to write to the Minister and to her Fianna Fail Consituency associates as well as the Enterprise, Trade and Employment Spokespersons of Labour and Fine Gael to get their assessment so he could see would they have done any better. What would you advise him to do?

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Author: Stephen

Cork born and bred, proud European and Irishman. Involved in many organisations and politics. Also writes for SpirtualityIreland.org and UCC Express.

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