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Imposed Labour Canndidate Causes Walkout at Candidate Vote

category laois | politics / elections | news report author Tuesday December 14, 2010 11:35author by Eóin Breathnach Report this post to the editors

F.F. sympathiser being brought onboard ?

John Whelan imposed in Laois/Offaly by Labour after party walkout on voting.

Labour have announced John Whelan, formerly news editor of the Leinster Express, to be the candidate for Laois/Offaly in the coming general election despite it not being voted on by the labour party organisation in the said constituency.

There was a walk out by approx 2/3 of the Labour party organisation at the propsed candidate vote by the party in the Heritage Hotel, Portlaoise, on 10/12/2010 where the ballot box was removed & legitimate vote not conducted.

Reason for the walkout is clear in that the party on the ground have not been afforded due process to challenge this candidate who is clearly, from his history as a reporter, a F.F. sympathiser with countless stories reifforcing F.F. & taking shots at Labour during his years in the Leinster Express, clearly not alligned to left politics.

One Quote from John Whelan,

"The perception is peddled that Brian Cowen is wildly different to Bertie Ahern, while he actually shares much of Ahern’s common sense, common touch and conservatism. "

This was written just as Ahern was leaving office for his 'financial irregularitys' & Cowen was entering as Taoiseach, anyone that could hold up Ahern as a role model in these terms after all the revelations around his dealings cannot rightly portray themselves as a true Labour/Left man.

 #   Title   Author   Date 
   beware FF submarine politics     voter    Tue Dec 14, 2010 17:19 
   paper members and stuffing     Ruaairi Quinns Holiday Villa    Tue Dec 14, 2010 22:36 
   History repeats itself     HAL    Sun Dec 19, 2010 02:26 
   Hair of the dog     Plato    Sun Dec 19, 2010 13:34 
   And todays lesson...     opus diablos    Sun Dec 19, 2010 14:37 
   What about PD submarines?     Des    Mon Dec 20, 2010 21:14 
   but naturally     opus diablos    Tue Dec 21, 2010 11:36 
   Clear conflict of Interest!!     Grandpa Smurf    Thu Dec 30, 2010 13:54 
   New left wing movement     Eóin Breathnach    Fri Jan 14, 2011 09:18 
 10   please explain     very confused    Fri Jan 14, 2011 22:38 
 11   ULA     Eóin Breathnach    Fri Jan 28, 2011 13:04 
 12   Another lost deposit     ElectionSpecialist    Tue Feb 01, 2011 23:44 
 13   Pin Striped Wellies ( TO BOOT )     Sceptic .    Wed Feb 02, 2011 02:06 


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