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Hazel Chu Oct 26
A friend said they were going to vote for for saying that he was right about Political Correctness getting out of hand. I couldn't help myself and said 'Well if we're not being PC then I'm just a chink & you're just a bigoted pr%@k'. *Silence*
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Ciaraíoch 🎨 Oct 26
Conclusion from is that 1 in 5 people here are absolutely fine with bigotry towards the Travelling community and people receiving social welfare, in case we were getting too fond of patting ourselves on the back for how progressive we are as a country.
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Dustin The Turkey Oct 27
I seriously should have run. Could have won.
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Christopher Stalford Oct 27
Well Hello Mary Lou. Goodbye votes. :)
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Ita O'Kelly Oct 26
Folks, there is no need to post a photo of yourself informing us that you have voted. We believe you 😀
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David McCann Oct 26
Not sure who I would cast my ballot for today . Here's hoping it's a problem I have in 2025 when I can vote for the President of Ireland.
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How's She Cuttin' Oct 26
Sinn Fein sold their soul to the liberal establishment for good headlines. How's that worked out?
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Emma Rogan Oct 23
This is the first debate I've watched on Its a reminder that: 1) Debating is a skill 2) Being able to speak doesn't mean you should 3) Running a business doesn't mean you can be Uachtarán 4) Exciting & racist aren't things that are cool. {Mr Casey I see you}
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KOHRSY Oct 27
Replying to @johnconnors1990
Peter Casey is NOT a racist. He just said what loads of other people in Ireland are thinking. He speaks his mind which is exactly the way I would want my president of my country to be. So you're saying myself and another 20% of people in Ireland are racists too?
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Emma Murphy Oct 26
Worrying bias against from a polling clerk (tweet since deleted).
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mark power Oct 26
It would seem that the youth who voted in huge numbers in the are not being repeated in election . Begs the question are the youth engaged in politics or just engaged in political campaigns with a social agenda
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Paula Gilligan 6h
E.g. Platforming of in the election. Right-wing populism, an 'old' media thing. , all guilty.
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Bunty Twuntingdon-McFuff #bunty4pres Oct 27
You're safe deer! 💕🥂
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Mark Malone Oct 27
RTE allowing Casey to restate his racism unquestioned AGAIN.
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Tom Cantillon Oct 26
Can everyone please vote in and because I really don't want to read condescending opinion pieces tomorrow about how young people only vote when they get to wear nifty badges/jumpers.
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Rachel McGovern Oct 26
Someone made an excellent point on here. It’s only 100 years since Irish women got the vote. Respect the struggle of the suffragists and cast your vote.
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Brendan Harkin Oct 26
Thread: If I had a vote today I would most happily vote for Michael D Higgins. Putting aside the dogs, tea cosies, "Miggledy" and other twee memes, for the past 7 years I feel he has represented the Irish people at home and abroad admirably.
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Shona Murray Oct 27
Decent and sincere congratulations to by just now. Everyone except for Casey brought the right amount of dignity to the election.
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Neasa Hourigan Oct 26
Some depressing (but familiar) responses to this tweet. 'Being against political correctness doesn't mean your racist'....my experience is 99.99% of the time it does. 'You're the bigot- you don't respect my views'. Surely naked racism isn't deserving of respect?
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Fiachna Ó Braonáin Oct 26
They’re saying the turnout is low! Come on everyone… Get out there and vote!
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