The next Government

Who will form the next government


  • Total voters
    56
  • Poll closed .

Minstrel

Full Member
I presume most here are in the private sector. How do they manage to post so much during the working day? Are they considered wasters for wasting their employers time when they are supposed to be working? When do they actually work?

So many questions. So few answers.
 

Minstrel

Full Member
The government parties must be very desperate to get back into goverment with the possibility of a voting pact. Is this option better with their grassroots than merging? Are we destined for another 100 years of FF/FG in government or do we foresee a day when SF get into government? Can't see it happening anytime soon.
 
The government parties must be very desperate to get back into goverment with the possibility of a voting pact. Is this option better with their grassroots than merging? Are we destined for another 100 years of FF/FG in government or do we foresee a day when SF get into government? Can't see it happening anytime soon.

They could but will need to convince all left leaning parties and Indos to come on board!! By all accounts, this did not go well last time out with likes of Shortall baulking, not to mind likes of Richboy, Paul Murphy, etc who are not going to give up their cozy gig of shouting from the side lines!!

At some stage, either FF or FG will go in with them, albeit maybe under younger leadership not so linked to Adams and the army council. DOL here in Cork a good operator. If Shinners prepared to look beyond Dublin and border areas for a leader, he'd be more acceptable to FFG and to voters.
 

Minstrel

Full Member
They could but will need to convince all left leaning parties and Indos to come on board!! By all accounts, this did not go well last time out with likes of Shortall baulking, not to mind likes of Richboy, Paul Murphy, etc who are not going to give up their cozy gig of shouting from the side lines!!

At some stage, either FF or FG will go in with them, albeit maybe under younger leadership not so linked to Adams and the army council. DOL here in Cork a good operator. If Shinners prepared to look beyond Dublin and border areas for a leader, he'd be more acceptable to FFG and to voters.
And maybe get rid of the likes of Ellis. Its likely they will evolve the same way as the other parties. In future we'll prob see where SF will be seen as an 'ordinary party' like FG and FF were 100 years ago when they left murder and mayhem behind.
 

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