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Left wing anti-abortion local election candidate undone by sexist meme

Sure it could happen to any of us. You post a sexist meme to Facebook and it ends your political career before it even begins. Thomas Carty was the locally endorsed Anti Austerity Alliance candidate in Tullamore for the up … Continue reading

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A brief history of Irish political sex scandals

Politicians have been having ill-advised sex since the beginning of time. The advent of the internet, mobile devices and social media is changing the way politicians indulge in their sexual peccadilloes and how they get caught out. Unless you happen to … Continue reading

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Cllr Oliver Morgan and the curious case of the explicit video uploaded to Facebook from his account

Independent Town Cllr and local election candidate Oliver Morgan is literally the talk of the town in Dundalk again. Political loons may remember Cllr Morgan from 2010 after he was forced to step down from Fianna Fáil after he was … Continue reading

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Your WTF Irish political moments of 2013. (videos)

If a politician has the misfortune of saying or doing something stupid it will undoubtedly make its way to YouTube. This year has been a classic. From Senator Terry Leyden telling the Seanad that Hitler and Mussolini were ‘good christians’, … Continue reading

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Spot the difference between what TV3 have tweeted and the actual Facebook message.

To err is human but to really fuck things up requires a twitter or Facebook account. Spot the difference between what TV3 have been tweeting and the actual Facebook message. What TV3 have been tweeting. The message that was actually … Continue reading

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