Half of voters feel a new political party is needed
Fifty per cent of voters now feel there is a need for a new political party on foot of broken election promises and widespread disillusionment with the Government, a new nationwide opinion poll reveals.
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#1 Dec 24, 2012
Let SF in and let them work their magic.At least they haven't destroyed the country.
Not a new party who would only be in it for the money as-well.They wouldnt have fought for it and wouldn't feel humbled to get the seats.So would roll over on the Irish people like all the others.
We need people who had to fight to gain the seats and who know they have to keep the seats by doing what they say they will.I believe that would be Sinn Féin.
So hands up for SF and may they bring to the table what they say they will.
#2 Dec 24, 2012
Just try and take a step back for a minute and think outside the mindset the society you have been brought up in has given you.
Politics is a total sham and needs to be abandoned.
'irishandproud'... can't you see how your clinging to this self concept of yourself as irish is doing damage. It's because people like you can't let go of your silly culture that we have people killing each other, desperately clinging to these concepts of loyalists and republicans and blah blah blah always separating people further and further. Silly people think they are so individually significant, this is why we has right politics and left and centre and left left and left centre blah blah perpetuating the same tired bulshlt.
Be a real man and utilise some critical thinking to build a bridge instead of spreading the same crap your daddy taught you
#3 Dec 25, 2012
I am Irish and proud and none of your one world one people rubbish is going to change that.None of your business how proud i am to be Irish.Beautiful language beautiful music,beautiful culture,beautiful Traditions.Beautiful families and beautiful people and country.
It is you who has the problem since you cant live in a world who appreciates the differences of culture skin and history and religion.
Personally i am comfortable in my own skin as a Irish person to not be mean or threatened by other peoples cultures and traditions and religions.
The problem with the likes of you,you are brain washed euro trash.
And while your at it dont insult my father who died when i was a child thanks very much.My Father for the short life he was blessed to live,was a good decent loving hardworking Irish man.
You are the one with the problem,thinking people cant be different to be able to live around eachother.
Its exactly your blinkered thinking is the hater of the world and despise all Cultures,races,religions.
I am Irish and if you dont like it tuff shit :)
Good luck with your own non identity as just a human.Wish you luck in finding a majority who dont love their country and dont connect and love their nationality country.Albeit you will be hard pressed.
But i dont begrudge you your ideologies and wish you luck with your new people :)
#4 Dec 26, 2012
Thank you for proving my point and well done judging my posts and your own.. not a transparent move at all...
We're not that great of a culture, we can't come into contact with each other for too long without being soaked with alcohol, and then we bludgeon each other to death with pleasantries based on the weather. The language is dead because the people are too lazy to speak it. The people are pretty ugly for the majority and are typically small minded religious biggots like yourself who cling to this notion of irishness, in turn our retarded drink culture, racism and general mediocreness is perpetuated because, hey, that's what everyone else is doing, because...we're irish! The country is beautiful though you got that right.
Yes of course i'm the one who is afraid of other cultures, thanks for lending me a pinch of your open mindedness...You're boring me here.
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