24 thoughts on “Who’s The Boss?

    1. Nigel

      He’s not terribly well liked, by all accounts, it’s just that there’s no-one else worth bothering with.

        1. Nigel

          Honestly, she could chase him round the road with a wooden spoon and I doubt they’d be that bothered. This election is going to be between people who will do what you consider to be the right thing, and people who will have actual power. You don’t necessarily have to like or respect the latter, if that’s how you choose.

  1. Dav

    looks like all those extra armed gardai has gone to her head, she’ll be wandering the streets of dublin, beating up on the homeless in no time..

      1. Dav

        that would guarantee her selection by the blushirts come the next election (after the hung Dáil this one will give us)

  2. Eoin

    He’s a hitman. He’ll do anything he’s told to do, to whomever and take the flak, for a reward. A cushy consultancy job at Pimco or some other payoff once he’s booted out of office. The whole Labour party are the obedient employees of FG. They certainly ain’t working for the Irish people anyway. It seems to me when you get into power these days it’s like a clock starts ticking and you gotta get as much feathering done on your nest as you can before it runs out. It’s not about running the country anymore. They don’t even have to bother conjuring the illusion anymore. Who’s going to criticize them? The media? Ha.

    1. Tish Mahorey

      This is exactly what goes on.

      AK 47 and Lorraine Higgins are prime examples. They’d be in any party that was likely to get them elected.

      Lorraine has failed many times though. Still not a public representative even though she pretends to be.

  3. MoyestWithExcitement

    They’re both clowns but I hope that was intentionally worded cause that would be rather funny.

    1. bisted

      …don’t you have to be elected to be leader? Some commentators are predicting that both Kelly and Burton will lose their seats.

  4. 15 cents

    in his disgusting interview he said he has no boss. christ, alan, at least pretend, and say the irish people are your boss. theres no honour amongst any of them. theyre completely self-serving.

  5. george

    Joan Burton doesn’t seem to know the meaning of basic words. He is not her employee or an employee of Labour. Social Welfare recipients are not her customers.

  6. ahyeah

    I wonder was it all part of Kelly’s Big Plan that, by now, pretty much everyone in the country thinks he’s a willy.

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