Irishers-Official 33rd Dáil Éireann election thread

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Who are you voting for

Blueshirts
43
27%
Soldiers of destiny
16
10%
Labour
20
12%
The Ra
19
12%
Alphabet lefties
7
4%
Useless indo's
6
4%
SocDs
16
10%
Crusty eco party
34
21%
 
Total votes: 161

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Right lads, now that the pigdogs have gotten their shit show out of the way our own election is imminent (reckon February).

Who will you be voting for?

Unlike the pigdogs, we dont use the archaic FPTP system thankfully so multiple options allowed in the poll
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Step back and watch a fúcking proper election thread
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Where is the gemtrails option?
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No racists allowed
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Who voted for the Shinners?
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FF or FG
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iarmhiman wrote:Who voted for the Shinners?
Willie. He's accepted the new order of things with grace and charm
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Will we have new northern seats in the 33rd dail?
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Sheamus O'Faolán
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iarmhiman wrote:Who voted for the Shinners?
With this bored?!
I’d expect that number to grow substantially

A few pay lip service to being non sectarian
A few others blatantly piss all over it
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The Prod is right
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Winnie wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:Who voted for the Shinners?
With this bored?!
I’d expect that number to grow substantially

A few pay lip service to being non sectarian
A few others blatantly piss all over it
I couldnt put "no huns" in the title but yeah, No huns
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Who is voting for the greens? Useless uncooperative crusties
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HighKingLeinster wrote:Who is voting for the greens? Useless uncooperative crusties
Did you go to CUS HKL?

I expect a vote for the blue shirts or Renua
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CUS is a God fearing FF bastion you culchies bastard
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iarmhiman wrote:
HighKingLeinster wrote:Who is voting for the greens? Useless uncooperative crusties
Did you go to CUS HKL?

I expect a vote for the blue shirts or Renua
Yes and yes to first option. Although could throw a sympathy vote to my former religion teacher Herman "the german" Kelly
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Mullet 2 wrote:CUS is a God fearing FF bastion you culchies bastard
FF belong to the culchies
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Pff

Rock Boy Dev
Lemass
Charlie
Bertie

Up de Dubzzz
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Soldiers of destiny for me. Sure my father would disown me if I didn’t.
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Soon to be Cork's own Micheal Martin
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So when do people reckon it'll happen?
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HighKingLeinster wrote:So when do people reckon it'll happen?
Easter
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February

Need to get the blueshirts during the trolley crises.
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I'll predict it now.

FF win but need confidence and supply from FG
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What a risk taker
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Mullet 2 wrote:What a risk taker
:smug:
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I think the Brits have shown there's no real appetite for leftist politics at a big public support level. That being said with our PR system it's possible for the non-loony lefties to influence politics in an achievable manner. They need to both compromise and develop an actual backbone. I've not seen much from Labour at that level, who come across as generally clueless but the eco-crusties have a good mix of idealistic youth in the party structure and some somewhat realists higher up in the party hierarchy. They can actually manage to implement some green policies as well as some of the more social good stuff should they consider governing. Which is one of the many problems of the bigger loonies and the shinners, they have absolutely no clue or willingness to see anything they want (which they mostly don't know themselves) come down as a government policy. They just want to whinge and moan as opponents to everything. So with all that being said I think the Greens can do some good work and potentially Labour if they actually engaged their political brains (and attracted some youth for energy.)
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Grand coalition of the old civil war foes.

And we live forevermore in peace and harmony of warming centre-right goodness
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HighKingLeinster wrote:Grand coalition of the old civil war foes.

And we live forevermore in peace and harmony of warming centre-right goodness
Will Noel Grealish support FF to create a majority?
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FG.
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HighKingLeinster wrote:Right lads, now that the pigdogs have gotten their shit show out of the way our own election is imminent (reckon February).

Who will you be voting for?

Unlike the pigdogs, we dont use the archaic FPTP system thankfully so multiple options allowed in the poll
Gotten x( Learn the language of your superiors correctly FFS
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The interesting thing I've observed while tallying is that the electorate is ahead of the parties.

You routinely see FF 1 and FG 2 now and vice versa
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iarmhiman wrote:
HighKingLeinster wrote:Grand coalition of the old civil war foes.

And we live forevermore in peace and harmony of warming centre-right goodness
Will Noel Grealish support FF to create a majority?
The man whose family is so FF is father didn't talk to h in m for years after he joined the PDS? Fair shot I'd say
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Keith wrote:
HighKingLeinster wrote:Right lads, now that the pigdogs have gotten their shit show out of the way our own election is imminent (reckon February).

Who will you be voting for?

Unlike the pigdogs, we dont use the archaic FPTP system thankfully so multiple options allowed in the poll
Gotten x( Learn the language of your superiors correctly FFS
Dont be rude Keith

Doesn't suit a nice boy like you
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Mullet 2 wrote:February

Need to get the blueshirts during the trolley crises.
They’re toast surely.
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Kick em while they're down
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Anyway Brexit wont affect how the electorate decides to vote.

I think the house crisis will screw FG, and FF will promise more residential builds and will promise to increase the supply in general.

That will do it.
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HighKingLeinster wrote:Grand coalition of the old civil war foes.

And we live forevermore in peace and harmony of warming centre-right goodness
Until they get whittled down and need to find somebody else to go into coalition with.

By the by, you forgot "none of the above" as an option.
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HighKingLeinster wrote:
Winnie wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:Who voted for the Shinners?
With this bored?!
I’d expect that number to grow substantially

A few pay lip service to being non sectarian
A few others blatantly piss all over it
I couldnt put "no huns" in the title but yeah, No huns
:thumbdown:
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Keith wrote:
HighKingLeinster wrote:Right lads, now that the pigdogs have gotten their shit show out of the way our own election is imminent (reckon February).

Who will you be voting for?

Unlike the pigdogs, we dont use the archaic FPTP system thankfully so multiple options allowed in the poll
Gotten x( Learn the language of your superiors correctly FFS
Good post Keith
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