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Sinn Féin can cry all they want from now until the 31st of May but the treaty will be passed with a YES vote.
What is Pearse Doherty & Sinn Féin going to be complaining then?
Get the wagon ready because Sinn Féin are going to jump the wagon AGAIN after the 31st of this month.
What is it with politicians when they get into government? The face they want you to see is not the face they actually portray!
So was it a mere slip of the tongue during the interview, in the heat of the moment?
Or a Freudian slip of the tongue, to suggest exactly what the government ministers are really thinking?
If a ‘No’ vote on the 31st May, will we see another Lisbon 2 debacle?
I wouldn’t put anything past this shower!!
Fine Gael and especially labour turned bandwagon jumping into an art, Eamonn Gilmore should be running seminars on how to go about it.
Its because of brain dead zombies like yourself that there will be a yes vote, i will be voting no and proud of it
Thats good, but it will still pass
Sometimes the facts are not easy to take in but you will see in two weeks from now that i was right.
The only people who will be voting NO will be “brain dead zombies” but each to their own.
The great thing about Irish democracy is that everyone can vote but only the strongest vote will be victorious in the end.
The presumption that there will be untold repercussions & unforseen consequences if the Irish people refuse to ratify this unconstitutionalized treaty has left me bristling with indignation & has caused a great deal of exasperation to a level heretofore unsurpassed. Na Léinte Gorma’s piteous, pathetic & maronic scaremongering tactics are falling, have fallen, & will always fall languidly on deaf ears amongst the vast majority of the electorate in the 26 counties. Furthermore, it is only a matter of time before Joe Mc Hugh & his masonic cohorts will be seen parading up-& down the by-ways & high-ways of Ireland wearing a sandwich board displaying their new party motto ”The end is nigh!”
well said Ben