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This afternoon.

Trinity College Dublin Seanad candidate Lynn Ruane and Amnesty Ireland’s Colm O’Gorman outside Government Buildings on Merrion Street Upper, Dublin, calling for a repeal of the 8th amendment.

Amnesty will be holding a lunchtime protest outside Government Buildings every day for the next two weeks.

Meanwhile, yesterday…

Pic: Colm O’Gorman

14 thoughts on “Free For Lunch?

  1. Cloud

    Amnesty’s stance on the 8th Amendment is commendable, but Colm O’Gorman’s around-the-clock skirmishing with Cora on twitter is not. V

    1. mildred st. meadowlark

      Repressed lust induced Twitter spats. They just secretly love each, but neither can swallow their principles to declare themselves. It’s the romantic tragedy of our generation.

  2. Vote Rep #1

    If there is no appetite for repealing the 8th, then they shouldn’t be worried rather than repeatedly and somewhat shrilly stating that nobody wants it.

  3. Eamonn Clancy

    Does Mr O Gorman actually do anything other than tweet and do photo calls? Shameless self promoting.

    1. Kieran NYC

      You mean tweet and do photo calls about the causes he and the organization he represents are supporting?

  4. bubbleandsqueak

    I mistook yer wan in the picture for Lucinda at first glance and was getting awful confused until I figured it out.

    1. Anne

      That’s Trinity College Dublin Seanad candidate Lynn Ruane..it says it above.. have seen on her on the telly on a few things. Vincent Browne and whatnot.. I like her.

  5. nellyb

    Cora will never outshine pro-life comet Caroline Simons. She was truly best, burdened by nothing.

    1. Clampers Outside!

      Ya know… it’s the absolute neck of the lie in that piece that makes me honestly feel ‘hate’ for everything and all that she represents, and I hate that damn it.

      The pious, principled stance that vile human being takes is truly breath taking in it’s heightened hypocritical preachiness…. aaaarrrggghhh!

      fupp it… rant over… :)

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