Day 12 : #GE16 Don't Let them Play with the Recovery
Posted on February 14, 2016 at 03:29 PM
The Labour Party has delivered a stable and balanced recovery. In five years, we have rebuilt our economy from the ruins that Fianna Fail left it in.
We've created almost 140,000 jobs. We've cut the USC and increased the minimum wage. We've introduced free GP care, and we've passed a referendum on marriage equality.
We can look forward with hope and optimism, and begin to make Ireland a great country to live, work, and raise a family.
All this has been achieved by managing the economy responsibly and fairly. But, at the moment, storm clouds are gathering over the international economy. There is a lot of uncertainty about the wider economic outlook.
At this time, we cannot allow others to play with the recovery that we have delivered. This simple ad shows how Labour has delivered a stable and balanced recovery and how we cannot let others put that at risk. Please share it with your friends, family, and colleagues.
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