Staying In Tomorrow?



Micheál Martin

Melanie writes:

Leader of Fianna Fáil, Micheál Martin TD, will join Brendan O’Connor on [RTÉ 1’s ]The Saturday Night Show [at 9.55pm] this week to talk about his life, family and why rebuilding Fianna Fáil matters so much to him.


(Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland)

15 thoughts on “Staying In Tomorrow?

  1. Cool_Hand_Lucan

    Two Cork windbags expelling oral flatulence to each other for 20 minutes. Still better than Fair City.

    1. Walter-Ego

      That’s what i’m thinking. Even RTE know Fine Gael and Labour will be dead and buried next GE. And the resurrection of FF’s new messiah is to be Courted before he gets in to power. Sickening to think that’s the way it’s going.

      1. martco

        you’ve raised an interesting fear in me…
        e.g. I want a new system and for NONE of the established parties or their party politics to prevail after the next GE (yea I know idealistic to the nth degree) but with the correct voting strategy and enough independents in play could a popular movement ensure that none of the established parties get a foothold? I’m confident that a severe dent is going to be made but within a PR system is it actually mathematically achieveable? am I right in saying it’s setup in favour of establishment politics….any smart people know the answer?

        1. Kieran NYC

          Well in the UK, they have a first-past-the-post system and they (up until now) have almost always resulted in basically a two-party system. Our PR system is more likely to get independents and smaller parties elected, I think.

  2. Kieran NYC

    He’s only on BOC and not the Late Late so people don’t ask awkward questions about Tub’s family connections again.

  3. Truth in the News

    No I’m not staying in to watch, just in case we have not
    forgotten that FF and Martin wrecked this Country which
    is now being robbed by FG and fleeced by Labour.

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