If I might correct you and even suggest an apology is due:
Regarding An Taisce and the Irish Georgian Society's attitude to Bus Aras:
An Taisce have been raising Cain with the City Council and CIE over proposed plans for the 'renovation' of Bus Aras and have been doing so with little or no support since the first tranche of major internal refurbishment about seven years ago when most of the original Scott designed fittings were trashed.
As to the general attitude of AT to modern Architecture I was peripherally involved in the last round of recommendations regarding lisitngs in the Dublin Area, quite a number of modern movement buildings were recommended for listing with almost none accepted by the City Council for preservation .
You may also be forgetting the role of AT in relation to highlighting the scandalous illegal demolition of Archers - the prominance given to that building did'nt just come out of the blue - a lot of work was done by AT just trying to persuade media to cover it and the City Manager to take action.
Similarly the 'renovation' of the Old Dublin Airport Terminal Building - I have a deep an abiding suspicion thatif it were'nt for Ian Lumley that building would'nt exist even in its current bastardised form.
I've noticed it before not so much on this website but in your own comments: a tendancy to be very unfair in this regard to AT.
As to that - I am sure that An Taisce is unlikely to pursue the matter - the staff have more on their hands than your forum comments. I would however add, as an outgoing council member that you might care to check the accuracy of such statements with your solicitors before making them. You're usually very careful about libel and slander on this forum - by all means criticise, but don't invent.
By the way I completely and utterly agree with the majority of the comments on this site regarding the significance of Bus Aras.