How many seats will FF win at the next GE?

Dan Óg

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I need people like you in the party. I want you to run against El Beardo in Louth. What portfolio would you like?
If I declare myself to be a lesbian can I be Secretary of State. I already have the suburban.

 

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For SF you'd be better off with a turban than a suburban. Or better still, a burka.
I will blend in with both, here is the wife and the suburban, they are on their way to Knock Airport.




But, let's get back on topic.
 

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they will get more votes as people forget and are more pissed of with F.G.
and both will be back in again most likely
not really any scenario ahead that will benefit the people or a alternative is there
 
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they will get more votes as people forget and are more pissed of with F.G.
and both will be back in again most likely
not really any scenario ahead that will benefit the people or a alternative is there
Hopefully the vote garnered by Peter Casey will show some brave souls that there is a place in Irish politics for someone who speaks the truth without fear or favour, and there is a large cohort of voters who are crying out for a different choice.
 
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They'll probably lose some, gain some but they aren't going to become the largest party without a new leadership.
FF is no longer a political party with widespread appeal.
Its merge with FG has badly damaged it and its lacklustre leader has all the appeal of a damp cloth.
 

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Hopefully the vote garnered by Peter Casey will show some brave souls that there is a place in Irish politics for someone who speaks the truth without fear or favour, and there is a large cohort of voters who are crying out for a different choice.
Would have to be definitely been considered and impacting more than been admitted with the amount of votes it gained
a fluff opinion article in the indo talking about it already having been discussed
Philip Ryan: 'Traveller debate means Martin must once again balance party view with public mood' - Independent.ie
 
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