Fianna Fáil

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Fianna Fáil

(ˈfɪənə ˈfɑːl)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) one of the major Irish political parties, founded by de Valera in 1926 as a republican party
[from Irish Gaelic Fianna warriors + Fáil of Ireland, from Fál an ancient and poetic name for Ireland]
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So there are some merits in thinking about the Blue Shirts and the Soldiers of Destiny and Leo and Micheal.
The handling of the situation in the Blackrock ward shows nothing has changed in the Soldiers of Destiny since their annihilation at the polls three years ago.
There are only slight differences between Fianna Fail (FF), translated from Gaelic as Soldiers of Destiny, and Fine Gael (FG), rendered in English as Family of the Irish.
Mothers Day could not go without a mention as Frances, being a mother herself, described how you always want the best for your children as a lead in to the moving Soldiers of Destiny.
Whether Enda has got his mojo back, or whether anybody cares, and indeed whether the Soldiers of Destiny have achieved political maturity or are just chomping at the bit for the days when they can get a boom to get boomier by false promises and populism.
The Soldiers of Destiny have been hunting for Gene's successor since February, but it seems that there aren't many people jumping at the chance to spin for Fianna Fail.
This was followed shortly afterwards by two songs clearly close to Frances's heart, Soldiers of Destiny, about one's children going out into the world happy, and Haven for my Heart, about Frances's father's connection with Rathlin, Ireland.
Now back to the corpse that came back to life, the Soldiers of Destiny.
Following the latest round of grumblings about Cowen's leadership, there are now nine Soldiers of Destiny seeking to preserve their own careers by burying that of the Taoiseach.
Just how the 10 Soldiers of Destiny ended up voting on the budget on their own remains unclear.
Yes, there are big problems looming, but in the senior ranks of this Government there seems to be more disquiet about Simon Coveney, the Agriculture Minister, speculating that the Blue Shirts might go into coalition with the Soldiers of Destiny after the next election.
This would have been embarrassing for the Soldiers of Destiny, given that they were caught out earlier this year copying Barack Obama's website.