Fianna Fail take 4 point lead over Fine Gael

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Sawdust

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I try to keep contact with trolls to a minimum.
Fortunately, he's still drowning in the euphoria of howling at Gemma on the single thread he's not banned from and only coming up for air for a minute to shill for Leo.
 

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whereas SF would be on their knees to welcome a few thousand refugee men into every town and village in N.I.
If public opinion starts to shift, then SF's policies will change. It looks like they are repeating the British Labour party model and hoping that the importation of potential Left of centre voters will benefit them more than other parties.
 

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We have pretty much recovered from the FF crash.

Economy growing nicely year on year.

Exports up.

Near full employment.

Why rock the boat with political unknowns.
No need to be radical, better to keep with what we know.

And if Brexit actually does happen, we need safe hands, experienced hands at the wheel.

Not extremists or new parties unknown or untested.

The Irish electorate know this.
Yes, that completely explains why FG's approval rating is down. ;)
 

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If public opinion starts to shift, then SF's policies will change. It looks like they are repeating the British Labour party model and hoping that the importation of potential Left of centre voters will benefit them more than other parties.
Wrapping themselves in the Globalist colours.
 

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If public opinion starts to shift, then SF's policies will change. It looks like they are repeating the British Labour party model and hoping that the importation of potential Left of centre voters will benefit them more than other parties.
This strategy fails practically everywhere when those imported voters want the drawbridge raised, when they start feeling like they never really left home.
 

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It's summer time.

I personally don't pay too much attention to polls in very quiet periods.
Of course, that explains it. All the significant FG voters are off on the Costa del Haiti.
 

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We have pretty much recovered from the FF crash.
Tell that to the Homeless and those who had to emigrate.

Economy growing nicely year on year.
Brass plate economy or real?

Exports up.
To you they are exports. To us they are our friends and family.

Near full employment.
How are those zero hour contracts and the gig economy working out?

Why rock the boat with political unknowns.
The Admiral Byng reason: Pour encourager les autres.

No need to be radical, better to keep with what we know.
A famous politician of your ilk once said that it was necessary to be radical or redundant. Where's his party now?

And if Brexit actually does happen, we need safe hands, experienced hands at the wheel.
Too late. The ship has already struck the iceberg and is sinking.

Not extremists or new parties unknown or untested.
The swings and arrows of outrageous fortunes, eh?
 

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Fortunately, he's still drowning in the euphoria of howling at Gemma on the single thread he's not banned from and only coming up for air for a minute to shill for Leo.
Is the newbie still scuttering too?
 
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