Presidential bids of Dana, Norris go down to the wire

Sep 27, 2011 Full story: Ireland.com

The presidential bids of Senator David Norris and Dana Rosemary Scallon are in the hands of county councils meeting ahead of tomorrow's noon deadline for nominations.

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Brian

Ireland

#1 Sep 28, 2011
What a complete circus.What gives these bureaucrats the right to decide who we can vote for?Hypocrisy ,plutocracy but dont mention the word democracy please.
Good grief

Northwich, UK

#2 Sep 28, 2011
You had better be sure to elect the candidate your european masters want you to elect.... If not, they might make you vote again.
Baz

Ireland

#3 Sep 29, 2011
Good grief wrote:
You had better be sure to elect the candidate your european masters want you to elect.... If not, they might make you vote again.
Take a look at your electoral process and make a few comments on that mate.At least we had a referendum unlike your lot.No offence meant but its the truth.

At least these two candidates are not tied to any corrupted political party for a change.
Good grief

Northwich, UK

#4 Oct 1, 2011
Baz wrote:
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Take a look at your electoral process and make a few comments on that mate.At least we had a referendum unlike your lot.No offence meant but its the truth.
At least these two candidates are not tied to any corrupted political party for a change.
No offence taken and I agree. Our politicians and political system must be amongst the most repulsive in history. They make the rules up to suit their own agendas - and pockets - as they go along.
They would never dare give us a referendum on anything to do with the EU, because they already know what the answer would be and that that answer would be final. The recent comments by Baroso on a financial transaction tax (which would effect the UK more than anywhere else) and amending treaties, already has them scurrying around trying to figure a way out of the referendum lock that has been promised to the British people..

Lying scumbags.. every last one of them!

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