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The next Referendum

Cruimh

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This has been a brilliant build-up to tomorrow's referendum - and I'll bet it has done P.ie's figures a power of good.

So - would anybody care to hazard a guess as to what the next one will be about?

What is next on the ghay-Libtard agenda?

Will Farmers and Galwegians finally be allowed to marry sheep?

Will Brazilians become compulsory and should Nuns be exempted?

Will it be illegal to refuse to eat Rhubarb on Fridays?

Or will it be something boring such as asking the Irish People to say if they recognise Francis as the Pope?
 


wexfordman

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Border poll/ referendum ?
 

between the bridges

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The ' after 800 years of being beatch slapped like big girls blouses is it time to stop moping'?' referendum...
 

Hitchcock

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FG may have to grant SF some sort of poll on unity as a price for coalition.
 

Hitchcock

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Half Nelson

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I never call "Zoo" but I'm making an exception for this rubbish.
 

General Urko

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Ireland has more referendums than anywhere else except Switzerland!

Britain has remarkably few!
 

GDPR

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Well if you believe the govt:

1. Directly elected mayors
2. Blasphemy
3. The role of the woman in the home!
4. Extending voting rights to citizens living abroad
5. Liberalising divorce laws
6 Reducing the voting age to 16.
 

firefly123

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This has been a brilliant build-up to tomorrow's referendum - and I'll bet it has done P.ie's figures a power of good.

So - would anybody care to hazard a guess as to what the next one will be about?

What is next on the ghay-Libtard agenda?

Will Farmers and Galwegians finally be allowed to marry sheep?

Will Brazilians become compulsory and should Nuns be exempted?

Will it be illegal to refuse to eat Rhubarb on Fridays?

Or will it be something boring such as asking the Irish People to say if they recognise Francis as the Pope?
Will I have to provide bed and board for this Brazilian? Why should nuns not have one?
 

blinding

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This has been a brilliant build-up to tomorrow's referendum - and I'll bet it has done P.ie's figures a power of good.

So - would anybody care to hazard a guess as to what the next one will be about?

What is next on the ghay-Libtard agenda?

Will Farmers and Galwegians finally be allowed to marry sheep?

Will Brazilians become compulsory and should Nuns be exempted?

Will it be illegal to refuse to eat Rhubarb on Fridays?

Or will it be something boring such as asking the Irish People to say if they recognise Francis as the Pope?
Something about Wealth In-equality would be good especially as it affects so many people .
 


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