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Fidelma Healy Eames: ‘They are making out like I am totally materialistic, that I’m on a gravy train’

Senator Healy Eames the Gravy Train Specialist

The Gravy Train

Senator Fidelma Healy Eames and her husband are enjoying a luxury holiday in Kenya this weekend after they were flown out to Africa by a state-funded agency.
The bullshit and arrogance from the insufferable one is hilarious.
She requested that her husband Michael should be brought on the initial trip to Rwanda for her safety, and because she said she would be lonely without him.
“It’s a strange culture, and I wouldn’t have had the confidence to go on my own,”
Ms Healy Eames described the work load on the Rwandan trip, as very hard work. You have to do two-and-a-half to three weeks’ work within one week. We start at 8 in the morning and don’t finish until 5 or 6. That’s a lot more work than a day’s work at home.”
The maths suggest she did one weeks work and one suspects she has no concept what work is all about.
‘The general public are making out like I am totally materialistic, that I’m on a gravy train’ “It’s like a witch hunt
People are trying to demonize me and that “you” the commoners have an element of misplaced anger. Trying to find someone to blame — it’s petty its daftness gone mad.
Believe me I am in politics for substance.” Yes, insufferable one we understand you’re liking for Bisto.


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