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Elections 2016

category national | politics / elections | opinion/analysis author Friday January 29, 2016 18:37author by Con Carroll Report this post to the editors

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For many the knock on the door, hello sorry to disturb you, I'm canvassing for the bimbo party hoping you will consider to give us your no, 1 vote. the children have to be fed, the dog is barking. jumping over and open gates to put the leaflet through. jaysus we are great

Hello folks brothers, sisters, comrades, and friends election 2016. apathy frustration anger, egotism sectarianism. sure there all the same whats the point? we only see them when they are looking for the vote

The question on the road to recovery. who's recovery and where? one should point out, remember 9 June 2015, staff employed in Clery's staff employed in Dunnes 1 April. zero contract hours. employment recruitment agencies. scaremongering Michael Collins introduced Lenin to Ireland we were all partying according to the man from Mayo, during a discussing on the economic collapse Davos. Michael Noonan. minister for finance comments about Ireland knowing about what is happening in Greece. Bloomberg economic school

Irish Times December 30. 2015, those who we are told were brought into check by NAMA are back. Mulryan, Mulready, Ronan Mc Namara as brazen confident as ever. we have it property developers getting our act together. Who will forget witnessing on the streets of Dublin, 2015. people walking around with sleeping bags waiting for homeless hostels to be opened. Despair frustration anger. yes the question why was it happening. families youth, women with children. experiencing watching people becoming volunteers to meet people with sandwiches, cups of tea and bars of chocolate

The freephone been staffed by Dublin City council. no bed available. sleeping bag. then comes the episode Ms Burton member of Labour Party. Tallaght. people opposed to water charges. Ms. Burton wages a week, 3,000. cries in Dail. has a political scoring point a deputy Paul Murphy. she forgets about women with children, living in b/b, hotels who are trapped 265 days a year. because they cannot afford to pay the rent. enemy do we really know who our political class enemy is. there are those who are standing as Independent candidates, who are mouth pieces for the political agenda of Labour/FG. Lucind. Shane Ross dont be fooled The IFSC IRISH FINANCIAL CENTRE is in control of these puppets they are the master mistress Capitalism

class analysis. lets not make fun of those who are working/volunteers of homeless charities. political point scoring a question are those who are allowed to conceal their wealth in the IFSC, multinational companies. Irish business threatened by charities

poverty is a political issue. when candidates coming knocking on the doors and ask for vote. if they refuse to tell us where they political stand on economic bail out. forced immigration of youth ignore them, as independents

a message for candidates who love to call themselves Socialists. Marxists Liberal agenda enough of SECTARIAN EGO AGENDA this is political class issue. CAPITALISM IS THE ENEMY. we have candidates coming together, who refuse to sign up to right 2 change. others throwing shape about transfer votes to Sinn Fein. others hoping that they would be appointed as Senators by the political establishment
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