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What Now For David Norris?
 
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# 1 : Saturday 29-10-2011 @ 00:53
 
 
Since he's lost the Presidential election and since the senate is likely to be abolished under Fine Gael, what lies in store for the plucky young hexagenarian? Could Michael D appoint him to the council of state? Is a career in showbiz on the cards? Or will he instead decide to take it easy with a life in retirement?

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# 2 : Saturday 29-10-2011 @ 01:00
 
 
Does he not just go back to.being a senator with a nice disability allowance?
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# 3 : Saturday 29-10-2011 @ 01:01
 
 
Someone said :
Does he not just go back to.being a senator with a nice disability allowance?

Please read the post above - it's in the event that the senate gets abolished. He's not in receipt of a disability allowance.

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# 4 : Saturday 29-10-2011 @ 01:05
 
 
Someone said :
Since he's lost the Presidential election and since the senate is likely to be abolished under Fine Gael, what lies in store for the plucky young hexagenarian? Could Michael D appoint him to the council of state? Is a career in showbiz on the cards? Or will he instead decide to take it easy with a life in retirement?

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Who knows alot of people are looking forward to what he does next, lets remember he didn't loose, he just lost on complaintancy, also on his believing he was bigger than he was. he never lost on being gay, everyone I talked to would have voted for him, he was up to the moment of the media broke that story, one thing the gay community needs to understand we asked for him back, and we got him back. That is what's important
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# 5 : Saturday 29-10-2011 @ 01:06
 
 
Disability pension I think.

The senate won't be abolished today or tomorrow. Having heard him song falsetto I think a life treading the boards beckons.
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# 6 : Saturday 29-10-2011 @ 01:09
 
 
Someone said :
Disability pension I think.

The senate won't be abolished today or tomorrow. Having heard him song falsetto I think a life treading the boards beckons.

I take it CheezyPuf you didn't vote for him, what changed your mind?
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# 7 : Saturday 29-10-2011 @ 01:11
 
 
He'd make an excellent Ambassador.

Which is Ireland's foremost overseas Foreign Office posting?

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# 8 : Saturday 29-10-2011 @ 01:18
 
 
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He'd make an excellent Ambassador.

Which is Ireland's foremost overseas Foreign Office posting?

As you said Kev,Ireland voted, and fair play to your input, but did you vote, if you could vote or if you did who did you vote for?

The question still stands Cheezypuf ?
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# 9 : Saturday 29-10-2011 @ 01:30
 
 
If you are an Irish citizen living abroad, you cannot be entered on the Register of Electors and cannot vote in an election or referendum in Ireland. To check online if you are currently registered in your local area, please click here. If you have any questions, please contact your local authority directly.

Only Irish officials (and their spouses) posted abroad, who are considered to be resident in Ireland for tax and electoral purposes, may register on the postal voters list.

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The above is from the Foreign Office web site.
I would have to be living in Ireland again to register to vote.
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# 10 : Saturday 29-10-2011 @ 01:30
 
 
The senate is going to be around for a while yet, so he may be able to stay there til he retires.

Other than that he could be a regular panellist on the view.
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# 11 : Saturday 29-10-2011 @ 01:39
 
 
His public image is tarnished by his lack of compassion towards his ex lovers victim so that would rule out any role as a foreign representative or even any united nations committee.

Dole .
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# 12 : Saturday 29-10-2011 @ 01:43
 
 
Someone said :
His public image is tarnished by his lack of compassion towards his ex lovers victim so that would rule out any role as a foreign representative or even any united nations committee.

Dole .



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# 13 : Saturday 29-10-2011 @ 01:44
 
 
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You opened the thread and asked the question.

Surely you don't want to decide the answers also ?
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# 14 : Saturday 29-10-2011 @ 02:18
 
 
Someone said :
His public image is tarnished by his lack of compassion towards his ex lovers victim so that would rule out any role as a foreign representative or even any united nations committee.

Dole .

What lack of compassion? What are you referring to?
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# 15 : Saturday 29-10-2011 @ 02:24
 
 
Even in the event of a referundum being passed to abolish the senate the current senate can't be abolished until the current Dail term is over, so he has four years to think about what to do anyway.
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