SF made History - are SF now History? - Huge drop in support registered in latest Poll!

Mickeymac

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They use to say 2 outa 3 ain't bad Micky but 1 outa 3 doesn't have the same ring to it!!
The exit poll was spot on Micky.
A bad day at the office Micky, a very bad day Micky.
I guess some careers are now ended Micky.
I feel a wee bit sorry for your comrade in Ireland South. Getting two huge kick in the nuts in the one year must be humiliating.

You have much to learn sir about politics.😂
 


balisong

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Well you wouldn't want to be taking lessons from this crop of Shinners

I see Ní Riada is vexed Madam Leaders gender has not exempted her from criticism


That why SF are going down the tubes, packed with deadbeats who thought their genitalia entitled them to a free ride. Sorry lads you can have all the gender quotas you like, but you still can't gender quota a vote. Although yizzil demand that soon enough I reckon :ROFLMAO:
 

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You have much to learn sir about politics.😂
Yeah but sure anything I don't know about I can come on here to read your wise, experienced and informed opinion to guide me in the right direction.
I know enough not to make stupid predictions on the eve of elections thats for sure!
At least you will end up with 1 MEP, yet 1 swallow doesn't a summer make!
 
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midlander12

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They use to say 2 outa 3 ain't bad Micky but 1 outa 3 doesn't have the same ring to it!!
The exit poll was spot on Micky.
A bad day at the office Micky, a very bad day Micky.
I guess some careers are now ended Micky.
I feel a wee bit sorry for your comrade in Ireland South. Getting two huge kick in the nuts in the one year must be humiliating.
Actually the exit poll was way off - it underestimated both FG and particularly FF, grossly overstated the 'Green surge', and had SF at 12% instead of 9.5%.
 

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Actually the exit poll was way off - it underestimated both FG and particularly FF, grossly overstated the 'Green surge', and had SF at 12% instead of 9.5%.
I know but it was spot on in saying 2 of the 3 SF seats were in trouble.
You are right, the rest of it was brutal.
 

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Last night, as tensions seemed to further increase, local Sinn Fein representatives issued a statement:

“Sinn Féin representatives are aware of the concerns of people in Carrickmacross regarding the issue of large groups of people congregating in parts of the town over recent times.

We know the anxiety this has caused and will work with others to resolve it.

We have already spoken to and are due to meet with senior Garda representatives to discuss further measures to address these concerns.

This is about public safety and about all those who live in our great town feeling comfortable while walking the streets. This is not, and should not be turned into, a racial issue….."

 

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I presume these 'large groups of people' are primarily non European/non working immigrants?

If so perhaps SF can explain why they cheerleaded on letting so many of them into Our Country?

PS I am NOT attacking working law abiding migrants wherever they may be from.
 

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Why doesn't the ROI have any similar parties?
Because most Irish voters are idiots - they actually believe what their politicians tell them - gullible and naive, and many are dishonest like the politicians they elect.

The Nationalist Party, Irexit Party and the Anti-Corruption Ireland movement need funding and support to ready themselves for the next Dáil Elections.
 
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Because most Irish voters are idiots - they actually believe what their politicians tell them - gullible and naive, and many are dishonest like the politicians they elect.

The Nationalist Party, Irexit Party and the Anti-Corruption Ireland movement need funding and support to ready themselves for the next Dáil Elections.
All politics is local. Once the politician runs a good local office and gets you what you are entitled to, the locals are happy. Think the Healy reas. more in tune with the bread and butter stuff people want then say the shinner with their united Ireland bleeting, which will take from the pockets of the Irish.
 

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All politics is local. Once the politician runs a good local office and gets you what you are entitled to, the locals are happy. Think the Healy reas. more in tune with the bread and butter stuff people want then say the shinner with their united Ireland bleeting, which will take from the pockets of the Irish.
Any normal intelligent person can get what they (or dependents) are entitled to without any help from the local politician. Always use e-Mails for contact with local services, Council issues and public sector bodies. Going directly to politicians to gain preference only encourages corruption.
Once a politician is true to his election promises, let him/her get on with it and put their energies into governing the country for the betterment of its citizens - and that means not for the party, with the use of the 'whip' system, etc.
However, our politicians are more interested in looking after the interests of their EU socialists masters than the common Irish, who are rapidly becoming less due to their actions on globalist immigration.
 
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Sweet Darling

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Any normal intelligent person can get what they (or dependents) are entitled to without any help from the local politician. Always use e-Mails for contact with local services, Council issues and public sector bodies. Going directly to politicians to gain preference only encourages corruption.
Once a politician is true to his election promises, let him/her get on with it and put their energies into governing the country for the betterment of its citizens - and that means not for the party, with the use of the 'whip' system, etc.
However, our politicians are more interested in looking after the interests of their EU socialists masters than the common Irish, who are rapidly becoming less due to their actions on globalist immigration.
You will find its the Daly type pinko's that are pushing the policy of flooding poor areas with refugees to ramp up tension for houses, services, and school places etc. Its all about their dark agenda to knock the Irish out of their comfort zone of voting for normal parties.
 

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As far as I am aware Daly never ever make a comment on "Asylum Seekers" or "Refugees" and he never had anything to do with them to his credit, when Vincent Browne conducted his 2016 GE prog on CSW Fiona Pettit OLeary and her husband Tim shouted at and abused Daly about open borders, Daly just laughed at them.
 


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