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The “Can’t Pay, Won’t Pay” group will be happy to know that the treaty will be passed tomorrow in Ireland with a big Yes vote.
If you don’t believe me read my comment again on Friday
Only way it will be a yes is WHEN the government ”fix” it, which they will.
Its not fixed.
It goes by how many people vote Yes and how many vote No.
At the minute the Yes vote is away ahead in all the Red C polls.
So therefore the treaty will pass with a big Yes vote comfortably tomorrow.
It took him a while to find his voice I thought they were too busy scaring school children and damaging state property. Can’t Pay Won’t Pay you’ve lost all your support
I wonder in a few years will we look back at this egg throwing incident in a different light. Just to put things into perspective, in Greece people are throwing Molotov Cocktails, burning buildings and shooting themselves in the head outside parliament. Hopefully Irish people will never get that desperate but I doubt we’d get any sympathy in Greece if we complained about a few eggs being thrown.
if its a yes vote anarchy is not to far away
It will be a Yes vote so you be get ready then shouldn’t you!!
hunter becomes the hunter!
Mick, you’re a typical FF/FG supporter, think we are all thick and know nothing. Even if it was a no vote tomorrow, damn sure the government who have done over the people of this country by lies will make sure they get the result they want, one way or another. They have done nothing but lied and laughed at the people of this country, why would they stop now when they are still in government?
I support no political party.
I never said anyone was thick or didn’t know nothing.
The people of this country voted into power Fine Gael and Labour so let them get on with the job. The people wanted Fianna Fáil out and got their wish but now want Fine Gael & Labour out as they think its going to solve all their problems overnight.
How would a change of governement “fix” things?
The people of this country will never be happy no matter what governement is in power.
In 24 hours from now the treaty will have been passed by the people of Ireland who will have voted it into passing with a Yes vote.
Thats democracy for you
@ Mick, typical FG responce, try and demean other people! If it is a no tomorrow, no doubt the Irish people will pay for it in some shape or form. If it is a yes, I hope and pray the people of this country will know it’s fixed and make a stand.
I support no political party.
And the treaty will pass tomorrow, which will have been voted in by the people of Ireland not just Donegal.
Its not fixed, people vot Yes or people vote No which ever gets the most votes wins. How is that a fix?
The yes side are ahead on the Red C polls. So Yes vote will win tomorrow, you’ll see i was right.
Because the government are that corrupt they will fix it some shape or form. If you believe they won’t, then more fool you! No one cares if you are right or wrong, you are one person in this country with as much say as the rest of us. I know how the voting works! I never voted for FG in the last election and glad I didn’t! No matter what the result today, the government will make sure they get the result THEY want, not the people of this country.
Well said,of course it will be a yes even if most people dont really want it,what the government want passed they make sure its passed,as do councils etc we dont have any say in what happens anymore,just look at all the money paid to bankers,etc and not one in jail,also big pensions etc given to people who were ousted from jobs,this countrys a laughting stock,if you stole a loaf of bread you might just be jailed.
@ Lauri.. how can you say what the government want passed they make aure it is passed? @Lo..what do you mean a Yes vote would be fixed?? we are independently minded adults and we live in a good democratic country. We vote without the barrel of gun down our necks or fear of intimidation. I can’t believe I read a Yes vote will lead to anarchy..why? There is no need for a militant attitude. Greece, amongst other European countries has seen a huge rise in Neo Nazi support, is that what people in this country really want? anarchy?. Just remember we are the only country in Europe to give it’s people a chance to vote on this,(yes it was due to a court ruling) but if we didn’t live in a decent democracy it wouldn’t have got this far, and then someone shouts ‘fix’! revolution!! the result will be majority based, it is not being not imposed. We always hear ‘its your vote use it’ and that’s what we will do. I find it hard to believe people are writing here that a Yes vote will be a fix..?? and then blame someone for ‘demeaning’ them. They are demeaning themselves by not accepting the rule of democracy (unless it is what they want!), as though there is some underlying dark forces, forcing, paying, threatening us to vote Yes. They are not. We have a choice, vote and accept the outcome. Yes or No, times will be tough for another while, and that unfortunately, is the one certainty in all of this.
I agree with most of what you say. The thing I have an issue with is Enda Kenny’s refusal to have a debate on the referendum. His first excuse was for personal reasons he didn’t want one with Vincent Browne (showing how petty he can be). Then he said he didn’t want to give Sinn Féin a chance to spread “blatant lies”.
If he was so worried about them spreading lies then he should have relished the chance to pick apart their argument in front of a live audience. Instead he decided to do nothing which makes you wonder if he is confident in the treaty at all. In my opinion its really showed him up as a coward. Remember, this is they guy who is going over to Europe dealing with all the other heads of state, trying to get us a better deal. If he’s afraid of a TV3 debate what’s he like when he gets over there.
The latest polls show 20% of people are undecided. That’s a massive number on the morning of a referendum. The goverment will probably get their yes vote through fear and keeping people in the dark as much as possible.