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Latest Blog Posts for Cllr David Cullinane

  • Labours way or Frankfurt’s way – I guess its Frankfurt’s then
    on Apr 3, 2011
    One of the most crucial issues in the recent election campaign was the banking crisis and its effect on the economy, our public finances and the people of this state. Austerity budgets, cutbacks, higher taxes and job losses are all a direct result of...
  • Reform must start with the Dáil
    on Feb 6, 2011
    Today I joined Sinn Fein’s team of candidates in the upcoming election in launching our national campaign. The party is standing 41 candidates in 38 constituencies. In every constituency where we are standing, Sinn Féin is going out to win. Every...
  • I believe there is a better way
    on Jan 31, 2011
    Tonight I attended the launch of my and Sinn Féin's election campaign in Waterford. 300 people packed into the Granville Hotel to hear Mary Lou McDonald and I set our Sinn Féin's policy platform. This is one of the most important elections in the h...
  • Who Mr Gilmore, is guilty of economic treason now?
    on Jan 26, 2011
    With an election clearly on the horizon the cut and thrust of the campaign has started in earnest. However there is a rather familiar tone to the content of the establishment party arguments. Rather then attacking the policies of Fianna Fail and the...
  • A national Republic is still the big prize
    on Jan 9, 2011
    Today I gave the main oration at the commemoration of the 90th Anniversary of the Pickardstown Ambush in Tramore, Co. Waterford where volunteers Michael McGrath and Thomas O Brien lost their lives. Over 300 gathered to remember their sacrifices. ...
  • Budget tax hikes hitting working people hard
    on Jan 7, 2011
    We all knew December’s budget was savage and harsh. We knew working families and the unemployed were hit hard. However the severity of the tax increases has taken many by surprise. Married couples on the average Industrial wage are down over €80...
  • Moneylenders are the real winners
    on Nov 28, 2010
    With Christmas fast approaching the country is bracing itself for a savage budget. The Government has sent a very strong signal that the low-paid, those out of work and middle income earners will bear the brunt of harsh spending cuts and tax increase...
  • New politics not old arguments
    on Nov 20, 2010
    The Irish economy has suffered the equivalent of an earthquake. The aftershocks are being felt by ordinary working people and the unemployed every day. People feel betrayed by a Government who has sold its soul. They are looking for leadership and ho...
  • Politicians must lead by example
    on Nov 19, 2010
    The issue of politicians pay and expenses has always been a contentious one. The common perception is that all politicians are on the make and sure aren’t ye all the same. People’s attitudes have been soured by endless scandals involving un-vouch...
  • All changed, changed utterly
    on Nov 17, 2010
    We all knew it would happen as the writing was on the wall. The great bailout has arrived. The Government’s blanket bank guarantee coupled with its reckless deficit reduction strategy has left us without any credibility. The international money len...
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