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    As we enter a time where moral courage is needed by all, where the people of Ireland need to re-evaluate their lives. Ask themselves what now? how do i get over this economic slump? how can I help others? what are our politicans doing? are they too fearful of the powerful european parlament?

    Ireland needs a new direction, same oul same oul has not been working.
    we no longer live in a society, we live in an economy.

    we share villiages,towns and cities but as RFK once said even back in 1968 we dont share communites.

    It is a sad fact that a country that can claim to have desendants of no less then 16 american presidents, that we can not help our own people.

    we have few if any policitains who have an ideals, or offer inspireration to the people of Ireland.

    brief pre view of policys available on page 5 of this tread

    I believe that the time has come as do others to start a party that has no history and can offer new hope, one that is open to liberals, conservatives, democrates, unionists and republicians.

    If you feel that you would be interested in straying from the easy path of personal secruity and have the courage to stand for your believes and believe you can help others maybe this is the party for.

    If you are interested we are looking to set up meetings around the country and hopefully in time for the local elections leave a comment here or email me on my own email.

    michaelmorrissey200@hotmail.com

    this is only an idea but from ideas come revolutions. Ireland needs a political revolution.
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    I'm not trying to be condescending (though it's difficult to say this without appearing so) but if you want anyone around here, or anywhere else for that matter, to take you seriously, you need to ensure your spelling and grammar is better than it was in that post.

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    Right or left wing?

    Liberal or Conservative?

    Feelings on the EU?

    etc.
    Sir Humphrey: A cynic is what an idealist calls a realist.

    - Yes, Minister

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captcha View Post
    Right or left wing?

    Liberal or Conservative?

    Feelings on the EU?

    etc.
    TBH Michael the rhetoric is great but a party needs some coherence in what it is for. Else it is a big tent bunch of egos united in nothing but a sense of entitlement and a lust for power. And I am not joining FF...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJudge View Post
    I'm not trying to be condescending (though it's difficult to say this without appearing so) but if you want anyone around here, or anywhere else for that matter, to take you seriously, you need to ensure your spelling and grammar is better than it was in that post.
    I have noticed i have alot of misspellings as i say this is an idea im not a genuis or a spelling bee champion

    however seriously i take ur point and i will try improve both my grammer and spelling in future posts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captcha View Post
    Right or left wing?

    Liberal or Conservative?

    Feelings on the EU?

    etc.
    I believe that too much right wing, left wing, capitalism, socialism is a bad thing for a country i believe we must find a common ground for a common good.

    If i were asked what i would be personally i would say i am more left then right, however i do believe in a strong economy but not paying for this with our sanity. or also by leaving the weak behind. the strongest economys are built from strong education systems.

    I would love to discuess this more and anyone with any views or ideas feel free to express them.

    politics should not be about power, you are not elected to rule the people but to serve the people.

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    The point I was trying to make was that without people knowing where [I]you [I]stand, it'll be hard for them to see themselves joining.

    Publish some more of your thoughts and musings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madmick View Post
    I have noticed i have alot of misspellings as i say this is an idea im not a genuis or a spelling bee champion

    however seriously i take ur point and i will try improve both my grammer and spelling in future posts.
    Fair enough Mick, it doesn't bother me personally but most people would notice it. Best of luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmick View Post
    I believe that too much right wing, left wing, capitalism, socialism is a bad thing for a country i believe we must find a common ground for a common good.

    If i were asked what i would be personally i would say i am more left then right, however i do believe in a strong economy but not paying for this with our sanity. or also by leaving the weak behind. the strongest economys are built from strong education systems.

    I would love to discuess this more and anyone with any views or ideas feel free to express them.

    politics should not be about power, you are not elected to rule the people but to serve the people.
    Unfortunately, power corrupts and in the absence of term limits...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captcha View Post
    The point I was trying to make was that without people knowing where [I]you [I]stand, it'll be hard for them to see themselves joining.

    Publish some more of your thoughts and musings.
    As i said im open to all views (moderate) anyway. I dont have all the answers. All parties have people in them with different believes.

    The common goal of this party should it come to be, is to make Ireland a fairer country with new political ideas, to try and give the middle class there lives back, to help the poorer and less educated.

    to show that its not your name or address but the contains of your character that decide your future.

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