Guess Who Just Got Back Today?



G’wan the boyos.

This afternoon

Members of Fianna Fail’s parliamentary parties including new TDs meet to discuss potential coalition options.

From top: Sean Haughey; Jackie Cahill, Eamon Scanlon; Willie O’Dea, Billy Kelleher and Michael Moynihan.

Ecstatic Dáil bar manager (out of picture).

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This afternoon.

Leinster House, Dublin

From top: Fine Gael TDs Mary Mitchell O’Connor, Kate O’Connell and Regina Doherty arriving for the party’s parliamentary group meeting; Taoiseach Enda Kenny with newly-elected Fine Gael TDs.

Poor Simon.

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42 thoughts on “Guess Who Just Got Back Today?

  1. Condescending Nana

    oh Willie, Willie, Willie, I never thought I’d see the little person of restricted height again.

  2. Grace

    Great! just what the Dail needed, more Pale, Male and Stale viewpoints. I look forward to five years of progress, change and innovation. (Oh Labour, why did you have to carry on like such power hungry morons?)

    1. classter

      Pretty much whatever Labour did in govt, I still do not understand the logic of any human giving a preference to FF ahead of Labour.

    2. rotide

      I love the ‘progressives’ who insist on using the ‘white male’ trope.

      As if the country has a 40% ethnic demographic.

    3. DubLoony

      Sigh, like reforming labour relations, bringing back JLC, increasing minimum wage, rent a book schemes to make school affordable and focusing on literacy & building school classrooms. Like maintaining a social welfare system in the face of the worst recession this country has ever seen, bringing in anti-fraud measures?

      Or the failure of the €4bn investment in social & affordable housing to make a dent in the housing crisis.
      Or high level of unemployment at 8.8%, Irish water, abuses in job bridge…..

  3. Bobby

    On the plus side, when this government make things horrifically worse, it’ll knock them both out at the next election.

    1. Cup of tea anyone?

      Maybe for another 5 years. But sure what is the point. Until we get rid of them completely they will be a cancer on the country.

  4. Friscondo

    What a proud moment for the country. The party that almost destroyed the country and cost us our financial sovereignty, are back as a political force, as if nothing happened. The Irish electorate are not the brightest, it has to be said.

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      ‘The State doth need his service, and we know’t. More of that.’

      Act V Scene II

    1. dav

      eh bodger? were the blushirts cramming anyone into their picture so they wouldn’t look as pathetic as they are??

  5. Pablo Pistachio

    FF, like a drunk having already crashed the car, are once again stumbling towards the car with the keys in their hand.
    We all know how it’s going to end. Hopefully not as many people end up dying this time round.

    1. Anomanomanom

      Sorry i disagree, I really really hope it’s 10 times worse this time. This country deserves everything it gets, people who voted for FF really are the lowest of the lowest and clearly complete morons.

      1. Horselover Fat

        Maybe you mean Catherine Byrne? She was canvassing in my area. My wife and I asked her some questions. Her responses were terrible. She seemed awfully deluded. Needeless to say I didnt vote for her.

  6. ahjayzis

    The fupping hack of Dublin TDs driving to work in the Dail. Lovely Ducal Palace with it’s grounds front and back tarmacked for poxy cars.

    Yer one, Lucinda Nua could feckin walk it.

    Maybe we have a crap public transport system and health system because the bastards in there don’t use either of them.

  7. ahjayzis

    “Centrally located to represent the whole county”

    Well he’s got my vote. It all comes down to the geographical location of their house in my buke.

  8. Kieran NYC

    Reminds me. The Walking Dead is due back soon.

    Sean Haughey looks like someone over-boiled a shooooite.

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