Ah here.

FIGHT!

Thanks Cormac O’Brien

Previously: Stephen Gonnelly

24 thoughts on “Social Media

  1. David H

    Such a shame really, the SocDems started well, then turned into a bunch of smug twitterati, can’t see them ever evolving beyond another party of protest.

    1. Medium Sized C

      They started saying they wanted to start a new way of doing politics.
      Then the apple ruling came along.

      Murphy reverted to her old fashioned shout from opposition tack to use the appeal to bash the government.
      Donnelly advocated a more nuanced position, pointing to how accepting the ruling was accepting EU control over corporation tax policy, something that the EU have been pressuring Ireland for a while over, something that our single-factor economy is built on.

      He left over the disagreement, I suspect pushed by Murphy and Shorthall.
      Then there was an old-fashioned hatchet job done on him, questioning his committment.
      Much like the one done on Shorthall when she left government and the Labour party.

      New politics my arse.
      Same old shite, different colour.

      They will amalgamate with Labour eventually.

      1. Yep

        What is the intent of the tweet? Sympathy or a dig?

        Schoolboy stuff from both but a call or e-mail would have done the job.

  2. phil

    Remember that time when the Social Democrats crashed the economy ? We need to keep electing the same political parties that served us so well in the past….

    1. bertie blenkinsop

      Francis Brennan has never played for Liverpool but I wouldn’t try him up front against Leeds tonight either.

Comments are closed.