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Aras 18: Who I Am Voting For

When it comes to choosing who I will vote for this Friday, I considered what I expect out of an Irish President. There are three things to consider. The first, and probably most important in reality, is the ceremonial aspect … Continue reading

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Aras 18: The Primetime Debate

So, for the last time with the full orchestra, its another Presidential debate. My opinions on the candidates: Peter Casey Calls Higgins a liar flat out at first. He really doesn’t seem to get how bad it makes him look. … Continue reading

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The “Tweetgate” Effect

Poor old Sean Gallagher. The whole affair over that Frontline debate had a stink of it, and it wasn’t just coming from him. The revelation that RTE botched its own vetting procedures on accurate content to introduce to the debate … Continue reading

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Clusterf**k To The Aras: Gallagher And Mitchell

It is a very big surprise to see Sean Gallagher doing so well in this race. Saying that, it was inevitable really, if I had put any thought into it. Higgins and Gallagher, the two candidates without any major flaws, … Continue reading

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Clusterf**k To The Aras: And Then There Were Seven

It has been a busy week in the Irish Presidential race. I previously expressed my doubts that David Norris could get the required number of Oireachtas members or county councils in order to get on the ballot. I based this … Continue reading

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Bye, Bye, Bye Election?

This is just getting embarrassing. We all know why the government isn’t pushing for the bye-election to take place. We all know why the Referendum on Children’s Rights isn’t going ahead. The High Court has gone as far as it … Continue reading

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