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Thread: Enda Kenny an endorsement by the Meath East electorate!

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    Default Enda Kenny an endorsement by the Meath East electorate!

    Not since Enda Kenny as a by election candidate himself in 1975 has a Government candidate won a by election. The people of Meath East have endorsed the policies and leadership of Enda Kenny who is reinstating our economy and giving hope to the Irish People !

    Despite having the honesty and courage to sent out 1,700,000 demand letters for a new property tax days before polling day, slashing the pay of public sector workers, demanding that public sector workers work longer hours, the people have spoken and given a massive endorsement of his leadership and policy direction despite the hardship being endured by so many.

    Yes many failed to blame Fianna Fáil for their incompetence which made the harsh measures necessary.

    Sinn Féin are put on notice that the electorate intend to call them to serve in Government even though they might not achieve an over all majority as they would wish. The electorate want them to take Labour's place in Government.

    It is incredible that a Government would send out demands to 1,700,000 households for a new property tax days before a by election. Te electorate have again rejected Fianna Fáil as having any credible solution to the problems of the Irish People.

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    Horsesh1te. Over 60% of the electorate didn't show up.

    This means approximately 15% of those eligible to vote, voted for FG.

    As for Labour...
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    The electorate have also rejected Labour "as having any credible solution to the problems of the Irish People".

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    Oh dear lord.

    Please zoo.
    I believe that children are the future

    Unless we stop them now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShoutingIsLeadership View Post
    Horsesh1te. Over 60% of the electorate didn't show up.

    This means approximately 15% of those eligible to vote, voted for FG.

    As for Labour...
    When ever were the votes of those who did not vote counted?

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    ah here! it was the cynical sympathy vote that won it.

    so much for a new way of doing politics!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reck-less View Post
    The electorate have also rejected Labour as having any credible solution to the problems of the Irish People.
    Yes they are asking Sinn Féin to replace them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IbrahaimMohamad View Post
    Not since Enda Kenny as a by election candidate himself in 1975 has a Government candidate won a by election. The people of Meath East have endorsed the policies and leadership of Enda Kenny who is reinstating our economy and giving hope to the Irish People !

    Despite having the honesty and courage to sent out 1,700,000 demand letters for a new property tax days before polling day, slashing the pay of public sector workers, demanding that public sector workers work longer hours, the people have spoken and given a massive endorsement of his leadership and policy direction despite the hardship being endured by so many.

    Yes many failed to blame Fianna Fáil for their incompetence which made the harsh measures necessary.

    Sinn Féin are put on notice that the electorate intend to call them to serve in Government even though they might not achieve an over all majority as they would wish. The electorate want them to take Labour's place in Government.

    It is incredible that a Government would send out demands to 1,700,000 households for a new property tax days before a by election. Te electorate have again rejected Fianna Fáil as having any credible solution to the problems of the Irish People.
    A bit too blatant Ibrahaim
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    Enda U The Man

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    Was that Nulty fellow not a government candidate when he won a seat in the Dublin west by election?

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