Priest urging parishioners to vote DUP because of their stance on social issues

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Ian Paisley has a letter from apriest who is urging his parishioners to vote DUP because of their stance on abortion and same sex marriage.

https://twitter.com/ianpaisleymp/status/1003213243521912833

edit seemingly Ian Paisley junior is now off twitter 4 months later so my original link won't work
https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/ian-paisley-letter-from-priest-is-proof-voters-will-look-to-dup-to-uphold-the-rights-of-the-unborn-36977746.html

This is a turn-up for the books, in the heart of Antrim, priests are encouraging their flock to vote for the DUP.

I doubt this is the final nail in the coffin of the dream of an united Ireland when priests are encouraging votes for Unionists.

Ha, ha for all the Tick-tocks...
 
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Ian Paisley has a letter from apriest who is urging his parishioners to vote DUP because of their stance on abortion and same sex marriage.

https://twitter.com/ianpaisleymp/status/1003213243521912833

This is a turn-up for the books, in the heart of Antrim, priests are encouraging their flock to vote for the DUP.

I doubt this is the final nail in the coffin of the dream of an united Ireland when priests are encouraging votes for Unionists.

Ha, ha for all the Tick-tocks...
DOG, are you anti abortion yourself?
 

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DOG, are you anti abortion yourself?
Yes I would be against abortion except in the case of FFA or rape.

Lets face it at the minute, women in NI can have an abortion, they only have to go across to the mainland to get it, hardly a major ordeal.
 

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Is this him?

Seriously my father was/is a devotee of that "comedy" show- it played into actual murders of people in your tribe in Ulster and violence that might not of otherwise been. Plus living the rural West of Ireland I know that it is nothing to do with the actual people.
 

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Ian Paisley has a letter from apriest who is urging his parishioners to vote DUP because of their stance on abortion and same sex marriage.

https://twitter.com/ianpaisleymp/status/1003213243521912833

This is a turn-up for the books, in the heart of Antrim, priests are encouraging their flock to vote for the DUP.

I doubt this is the final nail in the coffin of the dream of an united Ireland when priests are encouraging votes for Unionists.

Ha, ha for all the Tick-tocks...
David Moriarty, bishop of Kerry (1856–77), born in Kilcarragh, Co. Kerry. A staunch anti-Home Ruler, he is best remembered for the vehemence of his condemnation of the Fenians—‘Eternity is not long enough nor Hell hot enough for such miscreants’.

Republicanism is a secular ideology.

Tick tock...!
 

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David Moriarty, bishop of Kerry (1856–77), born in Kilcarragh, Co. Kerry. A staunch anti-Home Ruler, he is best remembered for the vehemence of his condemnation of the Fenians—‘Eternity is not long enough nor Hell hot enough for such miscreants’.

Republicanism is a secular ideology.

Tick tock...!
He had a very good point.
It's a shame very few of his compatriots up until now have seen the error of the republican ways, talk about slow learners.
 

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Yes I would be against abortion except in the case of FFA or rape.

Lets face it at the minute, women in NI can have an abortion, they only have to go across to the mainland to get it, hardly a major ordeal.
Well, on the contrary, flying across the Irish Sea to have an abortion, perhaps on the down low, with little or no support, might just be more than a minor inconvenience. Your misogyny, in line with many within the DUP, was noted years ago.
 

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Ian Paisley has a letter from apriest who is urging his parishioners to vote DUP because of their stance on abortion and same sex marriage.

https://twitter.com/ianpaisleymp/status/1003213243521912833

This is a turn-up for the books, in the heart of Antrim, priests are encouraging their flock to vote for the DUP.

I doubt this is the final nail in the coffin of the dream of an united Ireland when priests are encouraging votes for Unionists.

Ha, ha for all the Tick-tocks...
Lmfao ,,,, so this is how you crackpots intend to offset the lovely demographic changes we are witnessing :roll:

Poor deluded desperate gobsh1tes :lol:
 

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Well, on the contrary, flying across the Irish Sea to have an abortion, perhaps on the down low, with little or no support, might just be more than a minor inconvenience. Your misogyny, in line with many within the DUP, was noted years ago.
Well we didn't ban them or threaten to imprison them for making the crossing, or make them go on their bare feet wearing sackcloth and ashes.
Spare me the fake empathy. The vast majority of abortions are cases of personally choice.
 

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Haha my savage little Free Stater, I remember as it was today a friend of mine saying "when we were born the gold had already been transmuted into lead, but that is a blessing in a way". How do you think Generation Z who are just coming up feel about you animals? This song of my generation sums up exactly what I feel about a lot of you;

[video=youtube;nIYSoaIPU3c]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIYSoaIPU3c[/video]
 

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He had a very good point. It's a shame very few of his compatriots up until now have seen the error of the republican ways, talk about slow learners.
DOG who do you hate more, RC Priests or Republicans?
 

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Ian Paisley has a letter from apriest who is urging his parishioners to vote DUP because of their stance on abortion and same sex marriage.

https://twitter.com/ianpaisleymp/status/1003213243521912833

This is a turn-up for the books, in the heart of Antrim, priests are encouraging their flock to vote for the DUP.

I doubt this is the final nail in the coffin of the dream of an united Ireland when priests are encouraging votes for Unionists.

Ha, ha for all the Tick-tocks...
Priests aren't elected and they don't usally offer family holidays to Sri Lanka.
Og's interest will be passing.
 

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Wouldn't you then be a big supporter of the RC Church given its historic antagonism toward Irish Republicanism?
 

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Wouldn't you then be a big supporter of the RC Church given its historic antagonism toward Irish Republicanism?
You what,
Swords,
did you forget you are pretending to be a former loyalist prisoner.
 

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"Former" being the operative word. I'm wondering why you don't support the RC Church given its hatred for Republicans?
 


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