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Labour supporter policies


Kerrygold

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Just copy and paste from the Fine Gael supporter policies thread!
 

blue33

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Kerrygold said:
Just copy and paste from the Fine Gael supporter policies thread!
that's exactly what they should do, learn their place, agreeing with fine gael and doing what they are told!
 

rockofcashel

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blue33 said:
Kerrygold said:
Just copy and paste from the Fine Gael supporter policies thread!
that's exactly what they should do, learn their place, agreeing with fine gael and doing what they are told!
Hmmm .... And I'm sure Enda will be telling Pat that during the FG Ard Fheis huh. While I'm sure your statement was made tongue in cheek, its exactly why people who might vote Labour dont.

Ye're dragging them down
 

blue33

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rockofcashel said:
Hmmm .... And I'm sure Enda will be telling Pat that during the FG Ard Fheis huh. While I'm sure your statement was made tongue in cheek, its exactly why people who might vote Labour dont.

Ye're dragging them down
it honestly doesn't bother me in the least if people don't vote for labour.
 

Rocky

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Is there no Labour supporters on Politics.ie and if their is where are they.
 

Johnny

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rockofcashel said:
blue33 said:
Kerrygold said:
Just copy and paste from the Fine Gael supporter policies thread!
that's exactly what they should do, learn their place, agreeing with fine gael and doing what they are told!
Hmmm .... And I'm sure Enda will be telling Pat that during the FG Ard Fheis huh. While I'm sure your statement was made tongue in cheek, its exactly why people who might vote Labour dont.

Ye're dragging them down
...to where they want to be. :wink:
 

JimLarkin

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blue33 said:
that's exactly what they should do, learn their place, agreeing with fine gael and doing what they are told!
Typical Patronising nonsensical blueshirt crap. At least we Labour Members allow scope for debate, critical discussion and development of Policies amongst ourselves. Unlike you blueshirts, who just repeat party line like parrots.
 

rockofcashel

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JimLarkin said:
blue33 said:
that's exactly what they should do, learn their place, agreeing with fine gael and doing what they are told!
Typical Patronising nonsensical blueshirt crap. At least we Labour Members allow scope for debate, critical discussion and development of Policies amongst ourselves. Unlike you blueshirts, who just repeat party line like parrots.
Ahhhh ......

The makings of a beautiful coalition
 

blue33

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JimLarkin said:
blue33 said:
that's exactly what they should do, learn their place, agreeing with fine gael and doing what they are told!
Typical Patronising nonsensical blueshirt crap. At least we Labour Members allow scope for debate, critical discussion and development of Policies amongst ourselves. Unlike you blueshirts, who just repeat party line like parrots.
you are full of shite larkin, just like your communist namesake!
FGers are always allowed to discuss and debate policy, and unlike labour, we are a viable alternative!
 

Trojanhorse

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blue33 said:
JimLarkin said:
blue33 said:
that's exactly what they should do, learn their place, agreeing with fine gael and doing what they are told!
Typical Patronising nonsensical blueshirt crap. At least we Labour Members allow scope for debate, critical discussion and development of Policies amongst ourselves. Unlike you blueshirts, who just repeat party line like parrots.
you are full of shite larkin, just like your communist namesake!
FGers are always allowed to discuss and debate policy, and unlike labour, we are a viable alternative!

ah yes the making of a wonderful, united coalition...........roll on 2007 :lol:
 

blue33

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Trojanhorse said:
ah yes the making of a wonderful, united coalition...........roll on 2007 :lol:
just because we doen't like each other doesn't mean we ca't work together.
 

Jim84

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Love the blueshirts perspective on Irish History. Larkin wasn't a communist in fact he refused to form a Communist Party in Ireland.

Any possible coalition, which in likely hood won't happen, won't work because arrogance of you. FG brand name is dying, and Labour members are sick of propping up your party blue33.
 

blue33

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oh boo hoo, labour can be as sick as they want, but at the day you only have three options; you can be fgs b*tch;
you can be ffs b*tch;
or you can sit in opposition and b*tch;
the choice is yours!


and just because larkin didn't form a communist party doesn't mean he wasn't a communist, he was hardly in the country long enough to set up a party anyway!
 

Jim84

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Blue33 if you ever want to be in government again perhaps you should start to work on your social skills ... cause I'm more that willing to sit on the opposition benches and watch FG drift off into Irish History, where you should of stayed. FG need Labour a lot more than we need you.

Fitzgerald only secured FG a temporary reprieve.
 

JimLarkin

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blue33 said:
you are full of shite larkin, just like your communist namesake!
FGers are always allowed to discuss and debate policy, and unlike labour, we are a viable alternative!
Still rather be in a party founded by a communist than one that was partially founded by a facist who went over to spain to fight against a democratically elected government.
 

Trojanhorse

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JimLarkin said:
blue33 said:
you are full of shite larkin, just like your communist namesake!
FGers are always allowed to discuss and debate policy, and unlike labour, we are a viable alternative!
Still rather be in a party founded by a communist than one that was partially founded by a facist who went over to spain to fight against a democratically elected government.

oooohhh ouch!!!!!! nice one jimlarkin :lol:
 

mjcoughlan

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Trojanhorse said:
Still rather be in a party founded by a communist than one that was partially founded by a facist who went over to spain to fight against a democratically elected government.

oooohhh ouch!!!!!! nice one jimlarkin :lol:[/quote]

Communism is as evil an ideology as fascism!
 
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