Kenny beats off and Leo and overcomes the Pink Horde.

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Hans Von Horn

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Kenny beats off Leo and overcomes the Pink Horde.

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Leo's botched coup against An Taoiseach has been roundly defeated. Lightweights like Noel Rock, and Pat Deering were not around when the Coup of 2010 was put down. Mostly they are half a quota merchants who scrape a seat. Leo's challenge was never credible. He thought vainly that if he told Enda to pack his bags he would just go. If Enda simply refused to go, the alternative was to hand power to Fianna Fáil in an election and give up almost 30 Minister Jobs.

He left the toughest message to be delivered by the cannon fodder like Deering and Rock, who thought they could get soft votes form a Pink Tide.

Fergus O'Dowd 6814 first preference votes ElectionsIreland.org: 32nd Dáil - Louth First Preference Votes
Noel Rock 4642 first preference votes ElectionsIreland.org: 32nd Dáil - Dublin North West First Preference Votes
Pat Deering 6562 first preference votes ElectionsIreland.org: 32nd Dáil - Carlow Kilkenny First Preference Votes

Leo's pitch was that he might be able to get people that scraped in for Fine Gael in 2016, reelected. There was talk of a 13 seat Leo bonus. Leo does not seek a second seat in his own constituency happy to divide the first preference vote 8247 for himself and 1074 for his FG running mate. There is no example or leadership there.

Contrasting the scenario to Cork South Central where Simon Covney is prepared to go much closer to the edge to try and elect a running mate, dividing the vote 7965 for Covney and 6419 for Buttimer his running mate. ElectionsIreland.org: 32nd Dáil - Cork South Central First Preference Votes

There is no future for Fine Gael at one seat per constituency. That is not Leadership

Politics is a tough business and if you cannot get yourself elected thee is nothing a leader can do for you. Running a leader down is not likely to win votes and will only earn the ire of loyal Fine Gael supporters.

The odds must now be that these mouthy 3 will be gone in the next election. They thought they could harvest soft liberal progressive votes.
 
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Word...
 

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If Enda had any cop or integrity he would just leave. He has not an ounce of either so he will stay for his self interest in an entry to the history books.

Lets just see what his final historical entry will be. Bertie was also caught lying. See how history is treating him?
 

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If Enda had any cop or integrity he would just leave. He has not an ounce of either so he will stay for his self interest in an entry to the history books.

Lets just see what his final historical entry will be. Bertie was also caught lying. See how history is treating him?
The only FG man to win a second term. The rebels not fit to lick his boots.
 
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OP sounds like the title of gay porno (you beat me to it gijoe). :p
 

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Von Horn: The only FG man to win a second term. The rebels not fit to lick his boots.
There's no room with all the shills down on their knees licking away and pleading for time to stand still.
 

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Hans will you please keep your hans on the wheel. You're getting more and more reckless. You could even lose your licence.
 

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Can the admin create a Fake News section for threads whose titles are fake?
 

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I would have thought Enda 'beating off' Leo was really news! :shock:
A lot of Irish women that I know are convinced that Enda Kenny is gay. I don't think so but he most certainly is effeminate which does not necessarily go along with homosexuality at all.

I suspect him though of having other perversions.
 

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I am very tired.
I haven't been on here much the past few days, but as I just gave a quick glance at the main page and saw that thread title I was genuinely very alarmed.
 

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Leo's botched coup against An Taoiseach has been roundly defeated. Lightweights like Noel Rock, and Pat Deering were not around when the Coup of 2010 was put down. Mostly they are half a quota merchants who scrape a seat. Leo's challenge was never credible. He thought vainly that if he told Enda to pack his bags he would just go. If Enda simply refused to go, the alternative was to hand power to Fianna Fáil in an election and give up almost 30 Minister Jobs.

He left the toughest message to be delivered by the cannon fodder like Deering and Rock, who thought they could get soft votes form a Pink Tide.

Fergus O'Dowd 6814 first preference votes ElectionsIreland.org: 32nd Dáil - Louth First Preference Votes
Noel Rock 4642 first preference votes ElectionsIreland.org: 32nd Dáil - Dublin North West First Preference Votes
Pat Deering 6562 first preference votes ElectionsIreland.org: 32nd Dáil - Carlow Kilkenny First Preference Votes

Leo's pitch was that he might be able to get people that scraped in for Fine Gael in 2016, reelected. There was talk of a 13 seat Leo bonus. Leo does not seek a second seat in his own constituency happy to divide the first preference vote 8247 for himself and 1074 for his FG running mate. There is no example or leadership there.

Contrasting the scenario to Cork South Central where Simon Covney is prepared to go much closer to the edge to try and elect a running mate, dividing the vote 7965 for Covney and 6419 for Buttimer his running mate. ElectionsIreland.org: 32nd Dáil - Cork South Central First Preference Votes

There is no future for Fine Gael at one seat per constituency. That is not Leadership

Politics is a tough business and if you cannot get yourself elected thee is nothing a leader can do for you. Running a leader down is not likely to win votes and will only earn the ire of loyal Fine Gael supporters.

The odds must now be that these mouthy 3 will be gone in the next election. They thought they could harvest soft liberal progressive votes.
'Kenny beats off Leo....'petuniapetuniapetunia
 

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Leo's botched coup against An Taoiseach has been roundly defeated. Lightweights like Noel Rock, and Pat Deering were not around when the Coup of 2010 was put down. Mostly they are half a quota merchants who scrape a seat. Leo's challenge was never credible. He thought vainly that if he told Enda to pack his bags he would just go. If Enda simply refused to go, the alternative was to hand power to Fianna Fáil in an election and give up almost 30 Minister Jobs.

He left the toughest message to be delivered by the cannon fodder like Deering and Rock, who thought they could get soft votes form a Pink Tide.

Fergus O'Dowd 6814 first preference votes ElectionsIreland.org: 32nd Dáil - Louth First Preference Votes
Noel Rock 4642 first preference votes ElectionsIreland.org: 32nd Dáil - Dublin North West First Preference Votes
Pat Deering 6562 first preference votes ElectionsIreland.org: 32nd Dáil - Carlow Kilkenny First Preference Votes

Leo's pitch was that he might be able to get people that scraped in for Fine Gael in 2016, reelected. There was talk of a 13 seat Leo bonus. Leo does not seek a second seat in his own constituency happy to divide the first preference vote 8247 for himself and 1074 for his FG running mate. There is no example or leadership there.

Contrasting the scenario to Cork South Central where Simon Covney is prepared to go much closer to the edge to try and elect a running mate, dividing the vote 7965 for Covney and 6419 for Buttimer his running mate. ElectionsIreland.org: 32nd Dáil - Cork South Central First Preference Votes

There is no future for Fine Gael at one seat per constituency. That is not Leadership

Politics is a tough business and if you cannot get yourself elected thee is nothing a leader can do for you. Running a leader down is not likely to win votes and will only earn the ire of loyal Fine Gael supporters.

The odds must now be that these mouthy 3 will be gone in the next election. They thought they could harvest soft liberal progressive votes.
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