Tuesday, February 15, 2005


DUP Slams GAA Graffiti in Tyrone

Arlene Foster of the DUP has complained that removing graffiti celebrating Tyrone's victory in the All Ireland football final in 2003 is going to cost £1,000.
She has written to the UK's Department of Regional Development to get the estimate for removing "Welcome Home Sam" signs in the area.

Ms Foster wants the GAA to remove what she calls the "despicable and inconsiderate" signs,claiming it is an unwanted burden on the ordinary,decent taxpayer.

Foster is a fool.If the DUP opposes the Gaelic aspect of Ireland's north,that is their business.
The signs are not "despicable and inconsiderate",they are a celebration of an incredibly significant moment in the sporting history of the county of Tyrone.
Foster should show more sense.


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