11 thoughts on “De Monday Papers

    1. donkey_kong

      divisive issues could cost them votes , they’d be mad politically to get involved.
      You might argue that they should be above that – and to an extent I agree with that – but nobody thanks you for being brave especially at the ballot box.

      1. meadowlark

        The referendum in May was divisive. They went ahead with it despite it being a risk, and knowing what their core voters are like. It was an enormous success for them both at home and internationally. The support for abortion is there, and though it would be a risk, the payoff could be great, particularly now with an election looming. I’m no FG supporter but I think that the government need to do something to address the problem and they need to do it soon. Like it or not, whatever your feeling on abortion, the lack of action continues to impact on women’s health.

  1. Joe cool

    Creighton would consider a coalition with Kenny. So you left the party, set up a new party (because of moral beliefs), but would go back to Edna cos you miss the trough and the power? But, to get there you need votes. Your party will be lucky to get 2%

          1. sǝɯǝɯ ʇɐ pɐq

            And the zero, after the ..

            In other News, it’s been a very slow day newswise..
            Nothing much happened, did it?

            Denis, you old reliable, do you have anything for us?
            -What’s that?
            -Okay. I’m looking forward to it. See you then.
            -I’m expecting something mildly distracting, which will be tidied up by Friday and polished off in next Sunday’s Indo.

            Don’t let me down.

  2. Zuppy International

    “Protestors let off the hook”

    All those dawn raids for nowt.

    Must. Be. Better. Fascists.

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