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Thread: Fine Gael - The Partitionist Party

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    Default Fine Gael - The Partitionist Party

    FG's current reputation on this forum and on the street in various locations is it is filled with would-be unionists if they were born in the north. You also hear some FGers cry foul when accused of not doing enough for Irish unification but when you call them up on what they have actually done you get humbrum blank face

    So how exactly is Fine Gael republican or is it strictly republicanism in it international sense and not the Irish kind?

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    A Chloiginn, a troll,

    perhaps you could explain why the Labour party has an English name, unlike the true Irish parties, Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael and Sinn Féin, who identify themselves using our native language? Is it because Labour is the west-brits party?
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    I would welcome a United Ireland and would love to know the difference between Fianna Fail policy, Fine Gael policy and Labour policy.

    Truth is, theres no difference, and no plan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Trinity Politick
    I would welcome a United Ireland and would love to know the difference between Fianna Fail policy, Fine Gael policy and Labour policy.

    Truth is, theres no difference, and no plan.
    Truth is, Fianna Fail are the only party who can handle the kneecappers: the Good Friday Agreement and the current devolved government are testament to this. Ahern has dispayed a surer touch on the North and the national question than any politician since Parnell.

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    Stoopid thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apparatchik
    Quote Originally Posted by The Trinity Politick
    I would welcome a United Ireland and would love to know the difference between Fianna Fail policy, Fine Gael policy and Labour policy.

    Truth is, theres no difference, and no plan.
    Truth is, Fianna Fail are the only party who can handle the kneecappers: the Good Friday Agreement and the current devolved government are testament to this. Ahern has dispayed a surer touch on the North and the national question than any politician since Parnell.
    No i think Sinn Fein are the only party to handle the 'kneecappers'.
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    [quote=The Trinity Politick]
    Quote Originally Posted by Apparatchik
    No i think Sinn Fein are the only party to handle the 'kneecappers'.
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    I have this itching sensation at the base of my elbow, and Im pretty sure its not psioriasis. Should I check it out with a GP or just apply some cream or something?
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    If only this was true, I might have a reason to vote for them!
    Thank you for the six thousand likes.

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    God, what a pathetic thread.
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