We fight back. We use that 30 odd % and funnel it to the National Party and come smashing down the regimes door.
Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.
is their going to be a vote on immigration too? because at this rate their will be more immigrants than natives with their own non irish agenda in ireland by 2030. have the national party said where they are on immigration do they not support it? i read its now at 25% immigration in ireland. dublin had the highest pro "yes" voters are they not being supported by most of the immigrants voting for these policys. but i fear with a immigrant Taoiseach there will be no movement on immigration: just the opposite!
Landmark Irish abortion referendum has been decided
66.4% voted Yes, 33.6% voted No
Only Donegal voted No - every other constituency voted Yes
There was not a big gap between the Yes vote numbers of men/women, urban/rural, but there was a large gap between the young and old
Thousands of Irish citizens returned home for the vote
Yeah, I'm pretty upset about the vote. I'm American, but the folks around here where I live are all very Catholic and voted no. They were certain that the NO vote would prevail and everyone at the pub was feeling pretty broadsided by the vote.
Really tiny village and pretty remote so folks around here don't see the crap they are doing in big places like Dublin (and surrounding), Cork and Galway. Huge cesspools of multi-cultural liberalism.