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Voting for indifference — 6 Comments

  1. Certain celebrities like Gabriel Byrne, Bono and Daniel O'Donnell have endorsed a Yes vote in the marriage referendum. Certain other celebs like Dana, Bruce Arnold, John Waters and a football star whose name eludes me have endorsed a No vote in same. Now I "have issues with" the artistic leanings and achievements and general demeanour of some of these people. I don't want to seem to be supporting them if I vote in a certain way. So I have a good mind to thwart them all by spoiling my vote. I find myself in a great dilemma. What should I do? Should I phone the Joe Duffy radio show and "talk to Joe"?

    • I have issues with the artistic leanings of just about all of 'em!

      Can anyone tell me in simple terms why I should listen to any of them?  It doesn't matter a fiddler's fart to me how Dana or Bono are voting and I am baffled as to why I should care how they vote, let alone be persuaded by them.

      Do as I do – make up your own mind, and if that fails, then ring Joe.

      • I could toss a coin in the air. I could look at the morning sky on Friday 22nd and decide not venture out. I could go to the nearest bookies office and lay an each-way bet.

  2. I see the bishops are having their say about whats best for the children this weekend. they must have finally got to the end of that learning curve they were on.

  3. Regarding marrying yourself………… gives a whole new meaning to that old saying

    " Go and Fuck yourself.,,,,,,,,,,,,,Hmmmmmmm!

  4. Isn't the voting all computerized now? If so, then brush up on your blackhat abilities and go to it. I just know you take these referendums and make them real entertaining. Or do they just write votes on pieces of paper and stick 'em in a hat?

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