View Poll Results: If there was a general election 2morrow who would you vote for

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  • Fianna Fail

    1 4.00%
  • Fine Gael

    4 16.00%
  • Labour

    6 24.00%
  • Green party

    1 4.00%
  • Sinn Fein

    2 8.00%
  • Workers Party

    0 0%
  • Socialist Party

    0 0%
  • Immigration Control Platform

    2 8.00%
  • Independents

    0 0%
  • Undecided at present

    6 24.00%
  • Other

    1 4.00%
  • Never vote

    1 4.00%
  • Not voting anymore

    1 4.00%
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    Thumbs up general election vote

    If There was a general election who would you vote for?


    Lets see what kind of folk we have here?
    Last edited by whiteknight111; 15-03-10 at 19:30. Reason: me stupid me thinks

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    thats a tough question seeing as i think that they all should be shot....maybe labour but like i said its a tough one

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    I am never voting again. My reason is twofold.

    (1) i voted on Lisbon for NO but my vote was overturned and meant nothing.

    (2) FF i think are in goverment too long and have become completely undemocratic and corrupt.
    FG are just a lesser version of FF.
    Labour had their chances and each time ,always prove that they are right wing.
    SF in my mind screwed themselves when Adams refused to go into power with anyone besides i think their priorities lie in the North and while this is important ,i dont think SF can devout themselves enough to pull an economy out of a recession. The Greens are just that, green. They are the shadiest party since the PDs. Apart from a few indeps ,the others go to the opposite end too much.

    I will tear the vote up,
    Westside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Westsidex View Post
    I am never voting again. My reason is twofold.

    (1) i voted on Lisbon for NO but my vote was overturned and meant nothing.

    (2) FF i think are in goverment too long and have become completely undemocratic and corrupt.
    FG are just a lesser version of FF.
    Labour had their chances and each time ,always prove that they are right wing.
    SF in my mind screwed themselves when Adams refused to go into power with anyone besides i think their priorities lie in the North and while this is important ,i dont think SF can devout themselves enough to pull an economy out of a recession. The Greens are just that, green. They are the shadiest party since the PDs. Apart from a few indeps ,the others go to the opposite end too much.

    I will tear the vote up,
    Westside.
    i know what you are saying but unfortunally someone has to run the country so you should use your vote you know

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    Has just looking at news there on rte website found this

    "Galway West Fianna Fail TD Frank Fahey still has the most impressive property portfolio in the Dáil and he has declared properties at 18 locations including: Galway, Boston, France and Portugal."

    So I looked up wiki about him and found this

    "He was a school teacher before he entered politics. Fahey was first elected to Dáil Éireann at the February 1982 general election"

    "The Irish Times reported in 2006, that in 1994, when Frank Fahey was a Senator, on a modest salary of £19,486 (€24,747), he became involved in establishing a hair and beauty salon business in Moscow involving an investment of over £200,000 (€254,000)."


    "Fahey has assembled a very extensive property portfolio. Some are registered in his own name while others are held in partnership with relatives of associates These are located in his native Galway city and county, County Clare, Limerick, Dublin, France, Belgium, Portugal, the United States and Dubai. Fahey also owns or has shares in, shops and development land as well as six houses and 10 apartments in Ireland."


    WTF

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    There should be an option there for "will have emigrated by the time the next election comes around" because that's what will happen me more than likely.
    For the foreseeable future, there isn't going to be a government in this country that isn't led by either FF or FG and these parties are more or less the same. I voted Green the last time around, but then they jumped into bed with FF and have lost their way and their principles. What we badly need is a radical left wing government that will tax the shit out of the rich, put manners on the multinationals and give the two fingers to the bureaucrats in Brussels.

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    Who's the fucking Nazi that's decided to vote for the Immigration Control Platform?

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    i cant understand why ppl continue to vote for the same parties again and again. Why dont ppl vote for a legit change in govt? I cant see the difference between FG and FF.

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    Numbers wise, how much of a majority does the govt hold now as regards seats?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayden View Post
    i cant understand why ppl continue to vote for the same parties again and again. Why dont ppl vote for a legit change in govt? I cant see the difference between FG and FF.
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