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Leinsterman wrote:Gogarty.
Topped Lucan and currently third I think in Fonthill/Palmerston
Did he :lol: That lad is something else. I was at two charity events where he waltzed in at the start and did a sad dying baby face near the prizes for a while and then fùcked off home
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Mullet 2 wrote:FF proved that they are the only game in town for taking on the Shinners.

Their collapse is entirely down to us going in and cleaning their clock. We have taken back wards in Finglas, Darndale and Ballymun.

The only true National Movement
Well done Mullet. Great day for the parish and like most I see it as a victory for all
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Cheers man and I feel your pain.

Labour shouldering alot of blame for doing what needed to be done.
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Mullet 2 wrote:Cheers man and I feel your pain.

Labour shouldering alot of blame for doing what needed to be done.
Ah look we made stupid errors. Taking housing was when I knew were fùcked and the leadership had lost it
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Mullet 2 wrote:FF proved that they are the only game in town for taking on the Shinners.

Their collapse is entirely down to us going in and cleaning their clock. We have taken back wards in Finglas, Darndale and Ballymun.

The only true National Movement
Well done, FF. :thumbup:

4.6% unemployment also takes the wind from their sails.

Daly and Wallace can see what way the wind is blowing.

Hopefully the beginning of the end for the Indos and assorted small parties.
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The Clontarf race is good fun. 6 seats.
In so far are:
Independent
Green
FF

Almost definitely in:
Labour
FG

Then a straight up brawl for the last seat between
FF
FG
SD

Next man out is PBP. He should benefit the SD so it'll likely see the FG candidate gone.
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Bailey has withdrawn her case according to the Indo, hope the Dean go after her for costs and reputational damage.
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Given a sob story interview in the Indo too. Whoever's advising her is a moron. Unless she really had lied about the extent of her injuries, in which case her PR team are playing a blinder.
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Well done FF is right.

Any day that odious shower Sinn Fein are destroyed is a good day
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Did I see Finglas had a 14% turnout?
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How are Ming's odds looking?
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My ward is heavy on the left but the greens smashed them.

Were still getting two far left councillors though.

Pidgeon (Greens)
Moynihan (Labour)
McVeigh ( PbP)
Watters (FF)
Ni Dhalaigh (SF)

seats filled
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The online response from the Trots and Shinners has been so delicious you would nearly purr. It is all insults about the electorate and bile about everything else. The Trots genuinely believed this was there time and had predicted massive growth this election. To get there they said to themselves 'What we are best off doing is fùck all and meeting a bit and then leaking crazed trot manifesto shit on each other. That will be tickety boo'
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Martin vindicated in his brave move putting the party square behind repealing the 8th.
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Christ, one of the Indo's "03 Girls" is a FG candidate :lol:
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anonymous_joe wrote:Given a sob story interview in the Indo too. Whoever's advising her is a moron. Unless she really had lied about the extent of her injuries, in which case her PR team are playing a blinder.
This would suggest a fair amount of licence was taken re her injuries....

https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/c ... 46778.html
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Leinsterman wrote:Christ, one of the Indo's "03 Girls" is a FG candidate :lol:
:lol:
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Leinsterman wrote:Gogarty.
Topped Lucan and currently third I think in Fonthill/Palmerston
As in "fúck you deputy Stagg, fúck you"?
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EverReady wrote:The online response from the Trots and Shinners has been so delicious you would nearly purr. It is all insults about the electorate and bile about everything else. The Trots genuinely believed this was there time and had predicted massive growth this election. To get there they said to themselves 'What we are best off doing is fùck all and meeting a bit and then leaking crazed trot manifesto shit on each other. That will be tickety boo'
Paul Murphy's whining about the 8th was quite delicious.
As if that vote had any relevance whatsoever on party politics.
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Nolanator wrote:
Leinsterman wrote:Gogarty.
Topped Lucan and currently third I think in Fonthill/Palmerston
As in "fúck you deputy Stagg, fúck you"?
Yep. Goes round Lucan now in an old pair of runners smelling of hay
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Mullet 2 wrote:FF proved that they are the only game in town for taking on the Shinners.

Their collapse is entirely down to us going in and cleaning their clock. We have taken back wards in Finglas, Darndale and Ballymun.

The only true National Movement
Reckon there's an element of they're getting a kicking in the wake of Lyra McKee etc?
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Uncle Fester wrote:
EverReady wrote:The online response from the Trots and Shinners has been so delicious you would nearly purr. It is all insults about the electorate and bile about everything else. The Trots genuinely believed this was there time and had predicted massive growth this election. To get there they said to themselves 'What we are best off doing is fùck all and meeting a bit and then leaking crazed trot manifesto shit on each other. That will be tickety boo'
Paul Murphy's whining about the 8th was quite delicious.
As if that vote had any relevance whatsoever on party politics.
It is fùcking brilliant
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EverReady wrote:The online response from the Trots and Shinners has been so delicious you would nearly purr. It is all insults about the electorate and bile about everything else. The Trots genuinely believed this was there time and had predicted massive growth this election. To get there they said to themselves 'What we are best off doing is fùck all and meeting a bit and then leaking crazed trot manifesto shit on each other. That will be tickety boo'
Any good accounts to check out? :lol:
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EverReady wrote:The online response from the Trots and Shinners has been so delicious you would nearly purr. It is all insults about the electorate and bile about everything else. The Trots genuinely believed this was there time and had predicted massive growth this election. To get there they said to themselves 'What we are best off doing is fùck all and meeting a bit and then leaking crazed trot manifesto shit on each other. That will be tickety boo'
I've never understand that approach. The electorate don't back you, so you insult their intelligence? Yeah, well done, that'll win them over.
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Floppykid wrote:
EverReady wrote:The online response from the Trots and Shinners has been so delicious you would nearly purr. It is all insults about the electorate and bile about everything else. The Trots genuinely believed this was there time and had predicted massive growth this election. To get there they said to themselves 'What we are best off doing is fùck all and meeting a bit and then leaking crazed trot manifesto shit on each other. That will be tickety boo'
Any good accounts to check out? :lol:
All of them to be honest :lol: Give Paul and Ruth a go first. Facebag and twanker. They have been dicks on both and their supporters have bèen proper funny angry
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EverReady wrote:
Nolanator wrote:
Leinsterman wrote:Gogarty.
Topped Lucan and currently third I think in Fonthill/Palmerston
As in "fúck you deputy Stagg, fúck you"?
Yep. Goes round Lucan now in an old pair of runners smelling of hay
:lol:
Was it him allegedly caught dogging?
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I'm sure the comments section on the journal.ie should be good fun for a while
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Uncle Fester wrote:Martin vindicated in his brave move putting the party square behind repealing the 8th.
2% in 18-24

Are you the SF political strategist?
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Nolanator wrote:
EverReady wrote:The online response from the Trots and Shinners has been so delicious you would nearly purr. It is all insults about the electorate and bile about everything else. The Trots genuinely believed this was there time and had predicted massive growth this election. To get there they said to themselves 'What we are best off doing is fùck all and meeting a bit and then leaking crazed trot manifesto shit on each other. That will be tickety boo'
I've never understand that approach. The electorate don't back you, so you insult their intelligence? Yeah, well done, that'll win them over.
They hate us though. I don't mean that as a joke. They really do. You can see how civil wars take place just by listening to the massive pricks
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Nearly 50% turnout overall which isn't bad at all. Anyone have a link to a ward breakdown?
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Nolanator wrote:
EverReady wrote:
Nolanator wrote:
Leinsterman wrote:Gogarty.
Topped Lucan and currently third I think in Fonthill/Palmerston
As in "fúck you deputy Stagg, fúck you"?
Yep. Goes round Lucan now in an old pair of runners smelling of hay
:lol:
Was it him allegedly caught dogging?
Probably. He comes across as the type who has wiped his lad off a few discarded crisp packets
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EverReady wrote:
Nolanator wrote:
EverReady wrote:
Nolanator wrote:
Leinsterman wrote:Gogarty.
Topped Lucan and currently third I think in Fonthill/Palmerston
As in "fúck you deputy Stagg, fúck you"?
Yep. Goes round Lucan now in an old pair of runners smelling of hay
:lol:
Was it him allegedly caught dogging?
Probably. He comes across as the type who has wiped his lad off a few discarded crisp packets
FFS :lol:
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EverReady wrote:
Floppykid wrote:
EverReady wrote:The online response from the Trots and Shinners has been so delicious you would nearly purr. It is all insults about the electorate and bile about everything else. The Trots genuinely believed this was there time and had predicted massive growth this election. To get there they said to themselves 'What we are best off doing is fùck all and meeting a bit and then leaking crazed trot manifesto shit on each other. That will be tickety boo'
Any good accounts to check out? :lol:
All of them to be honest :lol: Give Paul and Ruth a go first. Facebag and twanker. They have been dicks on both and their supporters have bèen proper funny angry
Paul's losing his mind in the most condescending/twattish S.U. way. :lol: :thumbup:
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Gogarty got the seat in Lucan
FG looking good to claim the second seat with Labour (Tuffy) and FF (O'Brien) battling for the next 2 seats.
Hard to say who will get the last seat. Maybe the second FG candidate Dobbs whose main tagline for the campaign was "you may know me as being from the well-known Brady Dobbs family who have served Lucan for years"
I haven't met a single person who has heard of the family :lol:
Even one of her canvassers didn't know what her policies were when he called to the door last week apart from "she's one of the Brady Dobbs" :lol:

Edit, actually an Independent looks a good bet for the 3rd seat. Cant see FG getting two seats
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Leinsterman wrote:Gogarty got the seat in Lucan
FG looking good to claim the second seat with Labour (Tuffy) and FF (O'Brien) battling for the next 2 seats.
Hard to say who will get the last seat. Maybe the second FG candidate Dobbs whose main tagline for the campaign was "you may know me as being from the well-known Brady Dobbs family who have served Lucan for years"
I haven't met a single person who has heard of the family :lol:
Even one of her canvassers didn't know what her policies were when he called to the door last week apart from "she's one of the Brady Dobbs" :lol:
Irish politics. Family dynasties and "He fickshed de road!".
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Peter Brady. Lives in Dodsboro. He is a peace commissioner and FG councillor for years. Owned the cinema at Ulster Bank. Bit of a weirdo and she still lives at home with him :uhoh:
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EverReady wrote:Peter Brady. Lives in Dodsboro. He is a peace commissioner and FG councillor for years. Owned the cinema at Ulster Bank. Bit of a weirdo and she still lives at home with him :uhoh:

He seems to have been forgotten by an awful lot of people :lol:
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Dublin City Council heading for a FF/Green/SD alliance.

A portent of things to come?
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Leinsterman wrote:
EverReady wrote:Peter Brady. Lives in Dodsboro. He is a peace commissioner and FG councillor for years. Owned the cinema at Ulster Bank. Bit of a weirdo and she still lives at home with him :uhoh:

He seems to have been forgotten by an awful lot of people :lol:
He does be at the front of the parade and on the bandstand all rhummy eyed and yeah I think I have heard people go 'who the fùck is that'. She is a shit candidate but suits me tbf
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CM11 wrote:Dublin City Council heading for a FF/Green/SD alliance.

A portent of things to come?
At least it's not a bunch of Indy spas, but it's discouraging.
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