Labour in East Galway

COMMIE

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Two new Labour branchs have started in Galway. Athenry/Loughrea branchs which run under a joint committee are braeking new ground. Thay have select branch officers and a candidate to run for the up-coming elections who shall be announced shortly.
 


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Oh dear

I hope you haven't tricked those poor people into thinking that Labour are some sort of left wing party?
 

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COMMIE said:
Two new Labour branchs have started in Galway. Athenry/Loughrea branchs which run under a joint committee are braeking new ground. Thay have select branch officers and a candidate to run for the up-coming elections who shall be announced shortly.
What ground are they breaking?
 

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Labour branches into new areas. So local people will elect who is going to run for them and to break the hitherto unchallenged status quo.
 

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Labour branches into new areas. So local people will elect who is going to run for them and to break the hitherto unchallenged status quo.
Thats not ground breaking. Thats Labour getting its act together. In fact, its the very minimum required.
 

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There are many issues being ignored by the established politicians such as the Lake having high levals of faecal matter, West bridge taffic blackspot and unfinished developements etc
 

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COMMIE said:
There are many issues being ignored by the established politicians such as the Lake having high levals of faecal matter, West bridge taffic blackspot and unfinished developements etc

Grow some balls and become a real socialist
 

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Nagy said:
COMMIE said:
There are many issues being ignored by the established politicians such as the Lake having high levals of faecal matter, West bridge taffic blackspot and unfinished developements etc

Grow some balls and become a real socialist
How childish! :roll:
 

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Nagy said:
COMMIE said:
There are many issues being ignored by the established politicians such as the Lake having high levals of faecal matter, West bridge taffic blackspot and unfinished developements etc

Grow some balls and become a real socialist
Grow a brain and become a real socialist.
 

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Wolverine2 said:
Nagy said:
COMMIE said:
There are many issues being ignored by the established politicians such as the Lake having high levals of faecal matter, West bridge taffic blackspot and unfinished developements etc

Grow some balls and become a real socialist
Grow a brain and become a real socialist.
Opposition start slurs campaign or reporters from the sun
 

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The labour branchs hope to work with the people to get the promise that were made to then by the local town and county council members. Promises that have not been forfilled.
 

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COMMIE said:
Nagy said:
COMMIE said:
There are many issues being ignored by the established politicians such as the Lake having high levals of faecal matter, West bridge taffic blackspot and unfinished developements etc

Grow some balls and become a real socialist
How childish! :roll:
You think it's childish that I see (new) Labour for the reformist cowards they are?
 

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Nagy said:
COMMIE said:
Nagy said:
COMMIE said:
There are many issues being ignored by the established politicians such as the Lake having high levals of faecal matter, West bridge taffic blackspot and unfinished developements etc

Grow some balls and become a real socialist
How childish! :roll:
You think it's childish that I see (new) Labour for the reformist cowards they are?
It's childish that you resort to name calling. It usually is a sign of a weak argument. Say something useful or else stop wasting electrons by posting.
 

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On the issue at hand, this is a welcome development. There needs to be a big effort in the weaker constituencies to develop and grow.

Commie - do you ever think that weaker constituencies would benefit by forming a loose organisation in the party? More to help each other grow than anything else.
 

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Wolverine2 said:
Nagy said:
COMMIE said:
Nagy said:
COMMIE said:
There are many issues being ignored by the established politicians such as the Lake having high levals of faecal matter, West bridge taffic blackspot and unfinished developements etc

Grow some balls and become a real socialist
How childish! :roll:
You think it's childish that I see (new) Labour for the reformist cowards they are?
It's childish that you resort to name calling. It usually is a sign of a weak argument. Say something useful or else stop wasting electrons by posting.
It's hardly name calling if I can see new labour for exactly what they are.
 

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Best of luck to you. GE needs a change; the same old farts are still being elected 25 years after I cast my first vote there in the '80's. Anything happening in Tuam, B'sloe or Gort?
 

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Stroke said:
Best of luck to you. GE needs a change; the same old farts are still being elected 25 years after I cast my first vote there in the '80's. Anything happening in Tuam, B'sloe or Gort?
Would you vote for a socialist candidate or a FF/FG candidate if that was the choice?
 

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COMMIE said:
Two new Labour branchs have started in Galway. Athenry/Loughrea branchs which run under a joint committee are braeking new ground.
Forgive me, that sounds like one branch covering two areas. Still, a very welcome development.
 

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Nagy said:
Oh dear

I hope you haven't tricked those poor people into thinking that Labour are some sort of left wing party?
As opposed to your preferred landscape, where people are forced to join 'The Party'.
 

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goosebump said:
Nagy said:
Oh dear

I hope you haven't tricked those poor people into thinking that Labour are some sort of left wing party?
As opposed to your preferred landscape, where people are forced to join 'The Party'.
Excuse me?

Who have the socialist party forced to join?
 


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