Saturday, 13 April 2013

Tough Guys Without A War

Northern Ireland's Deputy minister Martin McGuinness said when he watched news reports of dissident parades involving men in their 30s, 40s and 50s he was "mystified" as to where they had been previously.

The former IRA commander asks, "Where were you, when there was a war?"

A fair question to all the big men strutting around with their neck tattoos. When things were going to shit and people were getting shot where were you? If the Troubles came back they would return to going back under their bed sheets.
 Peter Robinson First Minister: I proved myself a mighty warrior during the Troubles.

In 1986 I led led a group of 500 brave Loyalists across the border into Ireland and bravely attacked an unmanned Garda station ...... That showed them.

Uh yeah sure it did, he was later arrested and fined.