Three Men Enda Baby



This afternoon.

The launch of the Glanbia’s new ‘Nutritional Ingredients Plant’ at Belview, Co Kilkenny.

Eamonn writes:

Taoiseach Enda Kenny offers milk to 9-month-old old Saoirse Power from Kilkenny City. Her twin sister Annie is on the left and 14-month-old old Noah Connolly from Kilmeden is on the right.

It’s not a caption competition until you say so.

(Eamonn Farrell/Photocall Ireland)

26 thoughts on “Three Men Enda Baby

  1. Fergus the magic postman

    “Great idea to have babies here. If any protesters turn up here, they’ll upset the babies & that’ll make every protester in the country look really bad. Now why aren’t they showing up. This is turning out to be a waste of my day.”

  2. Soundings

    Day One training day for 2016 general election campaign: Hold your baby firmly without bruising it, pucker your lips, quick peck on the cheeks, gush “aren’t they [NOT he/she in case you get it wrong] lovely”, look parent in eye, “I hope I can count on your vote”, scarper before electorate asks about water charges, bondholders, third level fees, upward only rent reviews, trolleys, end to cronyism on state boards, cutting quangoes….

  3. Moneylender

    Margaret Thatcher, Milk Snatcher…I know it’s not Thatcher but it’s hard to differentiate some days

  4. bertie blenkinsop

    Annie Power?

    Nominative determinism decrees this child shall be an electrician.

    1. Mayor Quimby

      So: blame anyone except the women too lazy too breast feed? Can you accept responsibility for your won actions or lack of action ever?

    1. octo

      Yes, exactly. Is there some connection between our low breastfeeding rates and our massive production of replacement formula? It’s difficult to see it directly.

  5. mauriac

    “Hi I’m enda .my low IQ means that I am not capable of appreciating the irony of the leader of the country with the lowest rate of breastfeeding promoting formula milk …. “. *gormless grin*

  6. Drogg

    Carol just to tell you how wrong you are. Companies that make formula have used immoral tactics like bribing doctors in developing countries to tell them they need it and stocking charity packages with free samples of their formula enough to let the mothers milk dry up and then they start charging for it. Also the WHO has said that because of companies flooding developing countries with formula it has increased child mortality rates because I’m most developing countries they don’t have clean water supplies so they are making formula with dirty water and essentially killing their kids. So no carol they don’t need dairy based formula and maybe you should think about the privileges afforded us in the developed world and how we should be helping the developing world and not screwing it for profit.

    1. Drogg

      Apologies carol I read your comment wrong I was tired and thought you where defending formula not lambasting it.

  7. Mr. T.

    Fine Gaelers always complain about protesters bringing their children along, saying children have no place being politicized.

    Funny that.

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