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A proud day for Ireland, the Labour party on single digits.


sport02

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This evenning the Labour party enjoy just 9% in the polls, single digits for champagne socialist give me more, Gilmore and his party.
Last year, Gilmore spoke of recaputuring this country from the 'profiteers' did he forget Mrs Gilmore made a half million quid on the sale of an acre or two in the whest to the OPW, now worth a fraction of the price. She even went back for seconds.

Not so long ago Eamon was hiring more advisors, sure we are in a bailout but what do champagne socialists care and of course Labour seem set on changing the fabric of Irish society, in government to change as much as they can with their false and empty election promises.
I for one am glad they have finally hit below 10% in the polls.
 


ruserious

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It's like celebrating the failure of a guide leading you out of a volcano while the FFecker who led you in stands at the top, looking down, laughing.
 

wombat

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Dogs know what polls are good for but if it keeps you happy, go for it:lol:
 

pinemartin

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Labour have been on 9% before. Hopefully when the full impact of their treachery comes to pass on the people that voted for them they will drop further. They will need a dagger through the heart to get rid of those vampires.
 

dresden8

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Going by the punishment we gave FF Labour are going to be on 80% in 2 years.

The problem with Ireland isn't the politicians, it's the electorate.

We vote for thieving scum and then wonder why our politicians are thieving scum.
 

Johnny

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Excellent news. The only downside is that their vote seems to be seeping across to the political sewer life that is FF.
 

Northtipp

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Going by the punishment we gave FF Labour are going to be on 80% in 2 years.

The problem with Ireland isn't the politicians, it's the electorate.

We vote for thieving scum and then wonder why our politicians are thieving scum.
Yep.

Lowry for President
 

Crazy horse 6

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Hopefully these fc ukers are wiped off the face of the earth. Good riddence to bad rubbish.
 

Sierra

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How low can Labour go? I would have thought 10% would be there base, but the downward trend is not encouraging for the party at all.

Would it be unrealistic to think that Labour could hit as low as 5% by the local elections in little over a years time?!

A drop from 14% at the locals to even 6 - 7% would see Labour being decimated at a local level.
 

Analyzer

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It is Frankfurt's way.

Actually, it was always going to be so.

The only issue was how would they spin it to the Irish people.
 

drummed

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Outlaw democracy and put me in charge for life. Eventually you will all come to see this as the only sensible solution.
 

Bren Boru

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Stupid, prejudiced OP.

The country is in a far better state than it was 2 years ago.

Ignorant, naive P.ie posters expected complete, painless turnaround, as if the previous 4 years hadn't happened.

Pathetic OP. Pathetic thread.
 

Ulster-Lad

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Hopefully they get a bit lower then the Greens.
 

sport02

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Gilmore's advisers.
Mark Garret salary (168,000 euro per annum) 90% above limit.
Colm O Reardon salary (155,000 euro per annum) 70% above limit.
Jean O'Mahoney salary (80,000 euro per annum)

And then a few months ago he hired another one.
Niamh Sweeney salary (80,000)

You got to love champagne socialism, they'll be blaming SF on the airwaves next week.
 

cillian32

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How low can Labour go? I would have thought 10% would be there base, but the downward trend is not encouraging for the party at all.

Would it be unrealistic to think that Labour could hit as low as 5% by the local elections in little over a years time?!

A drop from 14% at the locals to even 6 - 7% would see Labour being decimated at a local level.
SF will need to line up some extra candidates in some areas .
 

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