De Friday Papers


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Thanks Dermot Ahern (Irish Examiner); Enda Bolger (The Irish Sun); Enda Cunningham (Galway City Tribune); Nick Sutton (UK papers)

12 thoughts on “De Friday Papers

    1. Mike

      People are dumb. I’m only surprised Fianna F\/ckwits may not be back in here so soon

    2. clushter

      Milliband wasn’t exactly presenting a coherent, thought-through alternative though, was he? ‘Get the Tories out’ is not enough, especially with the Tories running a competent fear-based campaign.

      Labour policies:
      More austerity but maybe a bit less than those mean posh boys.

      1. Don Pidgeoni

        Too true. So many moments when you wanted him to stand up for what Labour is supposed to represent.

    1. Tá Frilly Keane

      I don’t think Millie is the problem
      Its Tory middle class spread

      The preference is to indulge
      And gorge

      ûck you Mate
      Gimme gimme
      your Council Flat
      Your benefits
      And take another £ 2 an hour job

      Gaw’help anyone relying on the NHS

      1. Don Pidgeoni

        And fear of the Scots running things despite begging them to stay in the UK. Its ridiculous really.

        1. clushter

          I think the Scottish scare could have been easily defused by a more competent campaign.

          1. Don Pidgeoni

            Oh I agree. Also by Milliband calling DC’s bluff and saying “Yes, its a democracy, and if that’s how they vote great”. Though he couldn’t because obviously they want a majority. Its a frustrating result but not that surprising really.

      2. Spaghetti Hoop

        I dunno. I think Milliband was the problem. That long-drawn out leadership duel between the brothers didn’t help Labour one bit. Mid-term leadership changes should be swift and understated, not allowing the party faithful to fall to personality politics. Tories clearly gained considerably as a result.

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