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IF THERE IS AN ELECTION THIS YEAR
« on: November 26, 2017, 11:40:41 am »
one for the political geeks if there is an election then who rules next ...Singles only. Applies to the first government after the next general election. (Applies to make up of cabinet). 'Any other party' includes other political groups and independents. Others on request.
Fianna Fail Minority 5/1   
Fianna Fail/Independents 9/1   
Fine Gael/Sinn Fein 25/1
Fianna Fail/Sinn Fein 5/1   
Fine Gael/Labour 14/1   
Fianna Fail Majority 33/1
Fine Gael/Fianna Fail 11/2   
Fianna Fail/Labour 18/1   
SF/Lab/SD/Solidarity/Green 100/1
Fine Gael Minority 11/2   
Fine Gael Majority 25/1   
Sinn Fein Majority 200/1
Fine Gael/Independents 7/1   
FG/Lab/SD/Green 25/1   

Here is the thinking in the Politburo in Clondalkin FG/SF ..@25/1  WHY ? Only FG have the brand to go into coalition with the shinners and Not get tainted ,FF and SF are both republican parties and if they do a deal they can both undermine each other so both can lose out to each other so it not in their self interest to water down their brand FG would like the cover of having a republican wingman to counter the DUP with the Tories when the explosive nature of Brexit blows up ,by having the shinners on board they can force the Republican movement to hold fire .

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Re: IF THERE IS AN ELECTION THIS YEAR
« Reply #1 on: November 27, 2017, 06:11:25 pm »
FF Minority but I want more than 5/1.

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Re: IF THERE IS AN ELECTION THIS YEAR
« Reply #2 on: November 28, 2017, 12:38:41 pm »
one for the political geeks if there is an election then who rules next ...Singles only. Applies to the first government after the next general election. (Applies to make up of cabinet). 'Any other party' includes other political groups and independents. Others on request.
Fianna Fail Minority 5/1   
Fianna Fail/Independents 9/1   
Fine Gael/Sinn Fein 25/1
Fianna Fail/Sinn Fein 5/1   
Fine Gael/Labour 14/1   
Fianna Fail Majority 33/1
Fine Gael/Fianna Fail 11/2   
Fianna Fail/Labour 18/1   
SF/Lab/SD/Solidarity/Green 100/1
Fine Gael Minority 11/2   
Fine Gael Majority 25/1   
Sinn Fein Majority 200/1
Fine Gael/Independents 7/1   
FG/Lab/SD/Green 25/1   

Here is the thinking in the Politburo in Clondalkin FG/SF ..@25/1  WHY ? Only FG have the brand to go into coalition with the shinners and Not get tainted ,FF and SF are both republican parties and if they do a deal they can both undermine each other so both can lose out to each other so it not in their self interest to water down their brand FG would like the cover of having a republican wingman to counter the DUP with the Tories when the explosive nature of Brexit blows up ,by having the shinners on board they can force the Republican movement to hold fire .


SF and FG were one and the same for a while...Cumann na nGaedhal..well almost....prior to split........The leadership   of the pro-Treaty  Shinners in 1922 included Arthur Griffith, Michael Collins and W. T. Cosgrave. The Pro-Unionist Alliance swung behind Cumann na nGaedhal just to fuck FF up.

 


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