Tag Archives: Vote Yes

Your Opinion Matters but only Your Vote Counts

Freedom of speech is protected by Article 40.6.1 of the Irish constitution. This means that Irish citizens have the right to express freely their “convictions and opinions.” In the context of the forthcoming referendum on Marriage Equality numerous opinions have … Continue reading

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Is ‘Balanced’ Debate Fair to Families?

Is the price of ‘balanced’ debate, in the context of the Marriage Equality Referendum in Ireland, too high? How is balance determined? Surely it is over simplistic to establish balance on the basis of air-time or column inches alone. Is … Continue reading

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Women in pants

Males over 50 are most likely to vote no in the upcoming marriage referendum. A statistic that I am finding is bearing out on the doorstep. While the majority of people that I meet are voting Yes the ‘NOs’ do … Continue reading

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Let’s Make History

I said these words  at the Amnesty “Lets make history ” Campaign for Marriage Equality Launch outside the historic GPO, Dublin, March 22nd 2015 There are so many reasons to vote yes on May 22nd that I could speak for … Continue reading

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