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January 14, 2020


John King

Interesting but optimistic, some supporters of group a will never transfer to group b (myself included). There will also arguments over who is or isn't progressive. Any way it is the basis of a plan and I will try to reign in my dislike of some

Patrick Kinsella

Good stuff. No progress can be expected as long as progressive groups aim their fire at each other, instead of the at the target. Keep up the good work.

Carmel Doherty

This makes perfect sense and I will definitely be voting for a progressive party and continue my preference with another progressive party. It’s time we moved away from the status quo of pretending that there there is any difference between Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael ... they are the two sides of the one coin.

John King

As a member of SD and a republican, I find myself a lot closer to Tom Paine than to Slab Murphy. Hence Sinn Fein are well down on my voting preference (just above Aontu and Renua) SD are at the top, then any of Workers Party, Independents4Change, Brendan Ogle group. Next comes the trots to be followed by Labour and the greens, then FFFG then Sinn Fein.
Reading Michael Taft's plan, I have decided to hold my nose and move SF up between the trots and Lab/Grn.
If it all goes wrong, I'll blame Michael Ttaft

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