Gaiety To The Nation


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Gaiety Theatre, Dublin.

The launch of Fine Gael’s Yes campaign for next month’s Marriage Referendum.

From top: (l-r) Enda Kenny, Jerry Buttimer, Frances Fitzgerald and the top of James Reilly’s head; (l-r) Enda, Leo, Simon Coveney and Frances; Jerry, Enda, Simon and Leo, and Leo Varadkar.

‘Yes Is And Must Be The Answer’ (Irish Times)

Earlier: Never Mind The Balaclavas

(Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland)

20 thoughts on “Gaiety To The Nation

      1. Joe the Lion

        ah when you see the likes of Enda and Varadkar backing something for a silly photo op it’s not really going to convince undecideds now is it?

          1. Joe the Lion

            Do you really think ohmightyone? I’m seeing friends who are ostensibly for the vote questioning if they should vote against these yokes simply because they’re for it. Midterm elections give the electorate a consequence free opportunity to kick the incumbent bums in the nuts

          2. rotide

            Well then your friends are complete idiots and you should question why they are your friends.

    1. PaddyIrishMan

      John Bruton is an embarrassing twit. Surely he’s busy getting himself ready for Prince Charles’s visit?

      1. newsjustin

        Why does he embarrass you, as a matter of interest? Does his failure to declare for the Yes side make a Yes win more or less likely?

  1. Grosse Bite

    Heterosexual couples produce ALL the bad people, all the serial-killers, all the rapists, and ironically, all the gay people too.
    Ban opposite-sex marriages now, before it’s too late.

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