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When will PATRICK NULTY resign from the Labour party?


Mugabe

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Last week, Joan Burton issued a leaflet to the Dublin West constituents with a photo of 'her team' and Patrick Nulty was not on it, however every elected Labour councilor in DublinWest was on it.

This week, Patrick Nulty issued a leaflet and he has no mention on it that he is a Labour Party activist. No name, no logo.

It seems he is living a lie. On one hand he is trying to hide from the fact he is Labour, but he is a member of Labour.

-The only party he left was the parliamentary party, and not the actual Labour party, so why is he hiding the labour party logo from any of his literature? Does he think his constituents are stupid?
-Why does the Labour party tolerate such a stance from a man who gladly accepted by-election Labour party monies to run his campaign 18 months ago?
- When is he going to show some Cojones and leave the party, or when is the Labour party going to show some Cojones and boot him out?

 


BrightDay

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All he did was mislead the Labour Party before the election. Thats standard practice in the LP.
 

Tawdy

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Last week, Joan Burton issued a leaflet to the Dublin West constituents with a photo of 'her team' and Patrick Nulty was not on it, however every elected Labour councilor in DublinWest was on it.

This week, Patrick Nulty issued a leaflet and he has no mention on it that he is a Labour Party activist. No name, no logo.

It seems he is living a lie. On one hand he is trying to hide from the fact he is Labour, but he is a member of Labour.

-The only party he left was the parliamentary party, and not the actual Labour party, so why is he hiding the labour party logo from any of his literature? Does he think his constituents are stupid?
-Why does the Labour party tolerate such a stance from a man who gladly accepted by-election Labour party monies to run his campaign 18 months ago?
- When is he going to show some Cojones and leave the party, or when is the Labour party going to show some Cojones and boot him out?



Aw!!,,,wasup, no milk for your tea this morning. Are you not aware that he is real labour and that continuity labour have left him? :roll:
 

turdsl

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I suppose it just shows that the Labour party has not the guts to do anything nowadays,
only obey their Fine Gael masters
 

Ceannaire

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The absence of a Labour logo on leaflets, etc., doesn't have anything to do with him trying to hide his Labour membership. Labour members cant just stick the party logo on whatever they want to promote, etc., in any circumstance. It signifies official party approval, which he, when he acts in his parliamentary capacity, as an Independent TD, lacks.


The party has not expelled members to my knowledge since Joe Higgins et al were expelled decades ago, but that's because they were part of an organisation trying to infiltrate and take over the party. To move to expel Nulty would be an effective declaration of civil war within the party. As for Nulty, he's a serious left-wing politician and he won't achieve anything by going it alone. There aren't that many other parties to go to. Sinn Féin is unprincipled and the ULA tanked and its constituent Trot parties are going nowhere.
 

Mugabe

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The absence of a Labour logo on leaflets, etc., doesn't have anything to do with him trying to hide his Labour membership. Labour members cant just stick the party logo on whatever they want to promote, etc., in any circumstance. It signifies official party approval, which he, when he acts in his parliamentary capacity, as an Independent TD, lacks.


The party has not expelled members to my knowledge since Joe Higgins et al were expelled decades ago, but that's because they were part of an organisation trying to infiltrate and take over the party. To move to expel Nulty would be an effective declaration of civil war within the party. As for Nulty, he's a serious left-wing politician and he won't achieve anything by going it alone. There aren't that many other parties to go to. Sinn Féin is unprincipled and the ULA tanked and its constituent Trot parties are going nowhere.
That makes absolutely no sense at all?

What logo do you see here? yes the Labour logo. Tommy Broughan

Now look at this - Patrick Nulty has consciously altered his website!

Patrick Nulty » Dublin West



EXPLAIN NOW?
 

commonman

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The Labour party are going to get one hell of a beaten at the next general election, they got to power on lies.the voters dont for get.
 

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Am I missing something or is there nothing to suggest that he hasn't already left? He said he was leaving, he's not on the labour site or literature and his own site has no signage of it.

Why do you still think he's a member?

Places - Dublin West Dáil Constituency
 

jayblue

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I reckon Pat is hoping that the labour party change their rules this year and kick him out, however if this government is to go its full term, then you will see Pat leave the labour party well before the next election is called, there could be slim possibility of the gullible fools out in Dublin West reelecting him if he is some independent candidate. There is no way HRH Princess Joan of Mulhuddart will allow him to be on the ticket with her.
Finally "Labour Party" Councillor Michael O'Donovan issued a leaflet the end of last year with no mention of the labour party on it
 

Mugabe

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I reckon Pat is hoping that the labour party change their rules this year and kick him out, however if this government is to go its full term, then you will see Pat leave the labour party well before the next election is called, there could be slim possibility of the gullible fools out in Dublin West reelecting him if he is some independent candidate. There is no way HRH Princess Joan of Mulhuddart will allow him to be on the ticket with her.
Finally "Labour Party" Councillor Michael O'Donovan issued a leaflet the end of last year with no mention of the labour party on it
What it really shows is a a total lack of organisation in the party.
 

wickalah

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The Labour party are going to get one hell of a beaten at the next general election, they got to power on lies.the voters dont for get.
Snore
 

beazlebottom

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All he did was mislead the Labour Party before the election. Thats standard practice in the LP.
Did not one of Labours most senior Ministers Pet Rabbit tell us that lies were a fundamental part of the electioneering process? So telling lies to get elected was par for the course. Such principled people!
 

ne0ica

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Look this is the Labour Party were talking about. They will hanging out with the Green Party come the next election.
 

culmore

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did he not take the €40.000 like the others for not being a member of a party. ???
 

Icemancometh

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I had a lot of respect for Nulty, and I know plenty who still do. But his actions around the by-election were the actions of a fundamentally dishonest man, can't support him after that.
 

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I had a lot of respect for Nulty, and I know plenty who still do. But his actions around the by-election were the actions of a fundamentally dishonest man, can't support him after that.
Nulty voted against aspects of a budget - because he told people who voted for him that he would oppose particular cuts.

When elected he was expected to take on the Pat Rabbitte line of "Sure isn't that what people say during election campaigns?" . . And stick his two fingers up to those who voted for him barely a couple of weeks before.

He didn't.

So the champagne socialists in the LP stuck their two fingers up to him.
 

flavirostris

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This was maybe the biggest waste of a Dáil seat outside of Mick Wallace. His only saving grace was that he kept out the FFailure.
 

stakerwallace

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Did not one of Labours most senior Ministers Pet Rabbit tell us that lies were a fundamental part of the electioneering process? So telling lies to get elected was par for the course. Such principled people!
What age are you? Draining the Shannon, bringing the Olympics to Dublin, a nuclear power station in Carnsore Point; those and a lot more have surfaced in my life, and of course, ''there will be a united Ireland in my lifetime''. Jack Lynch.:shock:
 

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