Our gay Taoiseach - National Party out bigot themselves

CookieMonster

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You'd think we are past this kind of nonsense now, but enter stage right the National Party.
I think perhaps the most telling thing here is that they managed a turnout of only 50 people. If you look at their Facebook page there are never any photos pf the crowd at these events - and probably less so when some of the attendees walked out!



H/T to https://www.facebook.com/IrishPoliticalEphemera/ for flagging this.
 


Ruff says Flaherty

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The head on that guy.

Give these boys enough rope is all I say. Don't even bother attempting to shut them down
 

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The reason for the low turn out was due to security concerns which are justified given that there do exist Anarch-Trot pro-paedo scum who would love to batter the patriots of the National Party. Anyway what he said was politically stupid and I think wrong, I don't think people should be excluded from Patriotic movements as long as they don't promote homosexualism.
 

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You'd think we are past this kind of nonsense now, but enter stage right the National Party.
I think perhaps the most telling thing here is that they managed a turnout of only 50 people. If you look at their Facebook page there are never any photos pf the crowd at these events - and probably less so when some of the attendees walked out!



H/T to https://www.facebook.com/IrishPoliticalEphemera/ for flagging this.
He doesn't like gays; so what? 50 people attended.
 

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What's this facebook, thing? Never been on it, myself, but it seems to be full of auld shyte
 

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have they not heard of the 21st amendment, it might make them a little unpopular with the voting public
 

former wesleyan

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WTF was a Garda whistleblower doing at a fascist get-together in the first place ?
 

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[video=youtube;zUnhfvGdmmw]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUnhfvGdmmw[/video]
 

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I see he is an Ex member of young Fine Gael.

But I find his ideas intriguing and would like to subscribe to his newsletter.
 

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Justin Barrett seems to find comfort in expressing hatred, dissent or disapproval.


Imagine going through life with that attitude. I almost have pity for him.

As for me I have not noticed any effect Leo Varadkar's orientation has had on his policies or Taoiseach(ness).

I really, really, really, really want someone to tell me how Leo's orientation could affect his "Taoiseach(ness)"
 
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You'd think we are past this kind of nonsense now, but enter stage right the National Party.
I think perhaps the most telling thing here is that they managed a turnout of only 50 people. If you look at their Facebook page there are never any photos pf the crowd at these events - and probably less so when some of the attendees walked out!



H/T to https://www.facebook.com/IrishPoliticalEphemera/ for flagging this.
Are they even a thing? Why does a party like this still get headlines when they will never win a seat?
 

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How did Aids get to America ?
"Up the Hudson".

What were Rock Hudson's last words ?
"I am not afraid to die, but I hate to leave my friend's behind".
 

milipod

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How did Aids get to America ?
"Up the Hudson".

What were Rock Hudson's last words ?
"I am not afraid to die, but I hate to leave my friend's behind".
You ain't funny dude.
 

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Anti-abortion and pro death penalty?:roll:

As Leo might say; I don't think they've thought that one through.
 

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Anti-abortion and pro death penalty?:roll:

As Leo might say; I don't think they've thought that one through.
What is your problem with that?

The over whelming majority of Christians are pro-death penalty and opposed to abortion.
 


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