View Poll Results: Will a new government change anything over the next 2 years?

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Thread: The Vote Poll by Carlos

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    Good work there Carlos and as you say might be very accurate.

    Here is the question....

    Will there be any change in the next 2 years?

    My answer to that is a huge big NO

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    No. Especially not if Enda Kenney is steering the ship. We are bound to hit the biggest iceberg in sight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkeynut View Post
    Good work there Carlos and as you say might be very accurate.

    Here is the question....

    Will there be any change in the next 2 years?

    My answer to that is a huge big NO
    No way as accountants from the IMF will make the real calls .; lol doc
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    Quote Originally Posted by dr love View Post
    No way as accountants from the IMF will make the real calls .; lol doc
    Well yesterday we all went out and voted for politicians ....... thats the last thing this country needs

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    Who won the elections from yesterday?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amy Alison View Post
    Who won the elections from yesterday?
    Count only started today. Will be a lomg while before any official announcement but all signs point to FG and LAB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkeye View Post
    Count only started today. Will be a lomg while before any official announcement but all signs point to FG and LAB
    God help us

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkeynut View Post
    Good work there Carlos and as you say might be very accurate.

    Here is the question....

    Will there be any change in the next 2 years?

    My answer to that is a huge big NO
    I think there will be a change, but it will be very slight and gradual.

    The air of negativity that has permeated Irish life for the last two years will, hopefully, be lifted by the annihilation of the perpetrators(Fianna Fail) in this election.

    It is only by having a positive outlook that we can hope to get the country moving forward again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forrest View Post
    It is only by having a positive outlook that we can hope to get the country moving forward again.
    And getting shot of the Civil Servants who didn't see what was coming even though it was staring them in the face

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    I just heard Sir Bob Geldof has just confirmed that a fund raising concert for Ireland will be held in Ethiopia this summer
    Last edited by OnlyMe; 26-02-11 at 23:12.

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