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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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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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Seán Gallagher Oct 27
Replying to @MichaelDHiggins
It is clear President Michael D Higgins will be re-elected for a second term and I congratulate him and wish him success in the years ahead. (2 of 2)
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Kevin O'Connor Nov 9
Anyone hear what's happening with the financial audit?
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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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Tom Doorley Oct 27
Shocked to see that over 20% appear to have voted for a semi-literate racist thug in our Presidential election. I really did think we were better than that. Unfortunately this will encourage other racist thugs.
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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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Garry Egan Oct 26
I drove 3 hours... just got in home ... first job is to go and vote for some sort of change ... someone who might speak up .. somebody that isn’t so ingrained in the establishment that they are a prisoner .. I’m voting ..
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Sen Catherine Noone Oct 28
No matter what one thinks of Peter Casey or his result in the election, it's bizarre that , the man who won a historic mandate, isn't on the front of this paper.
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Mr Billy Fitzgerald Oct 26
Patiently waiting till I can say the 7 sweetest words in Irish politics: Two-time failed presidential candidate Seán Gallagher.
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Kevin Lally Oct 27
Very proud of Liadh Ní Riada. Great candidate. No doubt that she will continue to be an outstanding and formidable voice for us as she continues her work as a Member of the European Parliament.
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John Gibbons Oct 23
Depressing that of 6 candidates talking for 90 mins solid tonight, only one actually bothered referring to existential crisis. That was, of course,
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Garvan Grant Oct 26
BREAKING: Michael D Higgins asks people to vote for other candidates. ‘I’ll still win but quite frankly the people of Ireland deserve a bit of a contest after what they’ve put with over the last two months,’ President says.
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Con Murphy Oct 26
There’s one candidate in the Presidential election who’s a genuine fan of the - he goes tomatches across the country for the love of it. I’d love to see him back at games as President once more.
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Roslyn Martyn Oct 27
100% of boxes opened East 51% of the boxes tallied CASEY 33.37% DUFFY 1.44% FREEMAN 4.36% GALLAGHER 4.64% HIGGINS 53.56% NI RIADA 2.82% Michael D Higgins to top the poll however tallies indicate Peter Casey will take 1/3 of the vote in
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brendanbelfast Oct 26
Would love to be voting today in election. Hopefully that day isn’t too far away.
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Mark Malone Oct 27
RTE allowing Casey to restate his racism unquestioned AGAIN.
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Seán Gallagher Oct 27
Today the most important thing is not just that the people have spoken but that they have had an opportunity to speak in the ballot box. That is the true value of our democracy. (1 of 2)
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Karl Hayden Oct 29
It was a privilege to play a small part way in the background of reelection. This is a president who has stood with minority groups up and down this country and around the world. I’ve known him as a supporter of LGBT equality for decades.
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