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Old 21-10-2019, 02:55 PM
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Which of my 4 posts on this thread are deflecting?
Have a look at your #22 above.
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Old 21-10-2019, 02:59 PM
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In Newry and Armagh, Seamus Mallon's posters were torn down systematically by Sinn Fein. In Down South, Eddie McGrady reported intimidation of voters.

In West Tyrone, SF thugs threw missiles at Brid Rodgers, ordered her out of "our territory", threatened her canvassers and intimidated people from putting SDLP posters in their windows.
Aren't these all criminal acts D? Was anyone charged with any of it? Was any evidence produced? Or are these merely the unsubstantiated allegations of political rivals?

Dimmy Tooly I'm told was going to try brazen things out until presented with the damning evidence of the Dail video.

Far worse than what Lisa Chambers, Dooly and Collins conspired in their corruption and you could see it came as second nature to them.
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Old 21-10-2019, 03:08 PM
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Old 21-10-2019, 03:13 PM
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Old 21-10-2019, 03:20 PM
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Have a look at your #22 above.
Ffs link the post. You have been told a hundred times at this stage that post numbers are only visible on desktop versions.
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Old 21-10-2019, 03:24 PM
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Aren't these all criminal acts D? Was anyone charged with any of it? Was any evidence produced? Or are these merely the unsubstantiated allegations of political rivals?

Dimmy Tooly I'm told was going to try brazen things out until presented with the damning evidence of the Dail video.

Far worse than what Lisa Chambers, Dooly and Collins conspired in their corruption and you could see it came as second nature to them.
Dimmy especially comes across as old school FFer. Big gommy head on him.
Nearly wrecked the political consensus around Brexit a couple of months ago too.
Not the brightest I'd say!
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Old 21-10-2019, 03:28 PM
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Old 21-10-2019, 03:29 PM
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Newstalk reporter phoned 57 TDS and said 44% of them admitted
doing this ,from all sides of the house,
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Old 21-10-2019, 04:12 PM
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Newstalk reporter phoned 57 TDS and said 44% of them admitted
doing this ,from all sides of the house,
Ceann Comhairle needs to get this sorted pronto!

According to reports this morning on the radio it's been custom and practice not alone in the Dáil, but in the Seanad too, to press a colleague's button in a vote IF he/she is still in the chamber. Not when they're absent.

The electronic voting system in the Oireachtas was supposed to reduce inaccurate vote counts, not add to them.

Lisa Chambers claimed one seat looks exactly like another, TDs within parties take their seats alphabetically she said, and without colleagues present (she said the entire row in which her seat is, was empty) she had no reference point, hence she sat in the wrong seat (though she wasn't long pressing the button, vacating said seat, sitting in her own, and pressing the button there too.

Numbers could very easily be allocated to seats that already have electronic wiring to each. There should be no "confusion" going forward.
And ANYONE from ANY party found to be "voting for a colleague" should be suspended from the Dail imho.

Meanwhile Dooly and Collins knew rightly what they were up to - they were caught hole-open conspiring to defraud the count.

But shur, it's their FF culture!
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Old 21-10-2019, 08:11 PM
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Ceann Comhairle needs to get this sorted pronto!

According to reports this morning on the radio it's been custom and practice not alone in the Dáil, but in the Seanad too, to press a colleague's button in a vote IF he/she is still in the chamber. Not when they're absent.

The electronic voting system in the Oireachtas was supposed to reduce inaccurate vote counts, not add to them.

Lisa Chambers claimed one seat looks exactly like another, TDs within parties take their seats alphabetically she said, and without colleagues present (she said the entire row in which her seat is, was empty) she had no reference point, hence she sat in the wrong seat (though she wasn't long pressing the button, vacating said seat, sitting in her own, and pressing the button there too.

Numbers could very easily be allocated to seats that already have electronic wiring to each. There should be no "confusion" going forward.
And ANYONE from ANY party found to be "voting for a colleague" should be suspended from the Dail imho.

Meanwhile Dooly and Collins knew rightly what they were up to - they were caught hole-open conspiring to defraud the count.

But shur, it's their FF culture!

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"Ms O’Reilly said she believed she had voted twice for a colleague who could not get to their seat because they may have been on the phone or talking to another politician away from their designated seat."
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