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    Default Labour supporter policies

    No copying and pasting here mind!
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    Just copy and paste from the Fine Gael supporter policies thread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerrygold
    Just copy and paste from the Fine Gael supporter policies thread!
    that's exactly what they should do, learn their place, agreeing with fine gael and doing what they are told!
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    Quote Originally Posted by blue33
    Quote Originally Posted by Kerrygold
    Just copy and paste from the Fine Gael supporter policies thread!
    that's exactly what they should do, learn their place, agreeing with fine gael and doing what they are told!
    Hmmm .... And I'm sure Enda will be telling Pat that during the FG Ard Fheis huh. While I'm sure your statement was made tongue in cheek, its exactly why people who might vote Labour dont.

    Ye're dragging them down
    1,197 people agree with me.. how many agree with you ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockofcashel

    Hmmm .... And I'm sure Enda will be telling Pat that during the FG Ard Fheis huh. While I'm sure your statement was made tongue in cheek, its exactly why people who might vote Labour dont.

    Ye're dragging them down
    it honestly doesn't bother me in the least if people don't vote for labour.
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    Is there no Labour supporters on Politics.ie and if their is where are they.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockofcashel
    Quote Originally Posted by blue33
    Quote Originally Posted by Kerrygold
    Just copy and paste from the Fine Gael supporter policies thread!
    that's exactly what they should do, learn their place, agreeing with fine gael and doing what they are told!
    Hmmm .... And I'm sure Enda will be telling Pat that during the FG Ard Fheis huh. While I'm sure your statement was made tongue in cheek, its exactly why people who might vote Labour dont.

    Ye're dragging them down
    ...to where they want to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue33
    that's exactly what they should do, learn their place, agreeing with fine gael and doing what they are told!
    Typical Patronising nonsensical blueshirt crap. At least we Labour Members allow scope for debate, critical discussion and development of Policies amongst ourselves. Unlike you blueshirts, who just repeat party line like parrots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimLarkin
    Quote Originally Posted by blue33
    that's exactly what they should do, learn their place, agreeing with fine gael and doing what they are told!
    Typical Patronising nonsensical blueshirt crap. At least we Labour Members allow scope for debate, critical discussion and development of Policies amongst ourselves. Unlike you blueshirts, who just repeat party line like parrots.
    Ahhhh ......

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