“An Ireland For All”


Earlier today.

Fianna Fáil leader Micheál addresses journalists after Taoiseach Leo Varadkar announced the election will take place on Saturday, February 8.


Earlier: “A Future To Look Forward To”

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19 thoughts on ““An Ireland For All”

  1. Gabby

    I don’t vote for slogans. Slogans are catchy advertising. Check the policy contents before voting.

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      According to Minister Regina Doherty today, “nobody ever reads manifestos during an election”. Which is assuming a lot about both the electorate and her own party’s efforts to compile a manifesto.

      Also, what arrogance.

      1. Gabby

        They all like to spend public money on posting their manifesto extracts – adorned with slogans – to the names & addresses on the voter lists.

          1. millie vanilly strikes again

            Well he has my vote. I am assuming he’s hard at work on his manifesto and all the campaign promises he hopes to break.

        1. GiggidyGoo

          Don’t think there’s much ‘if’ about it. She tried treating Helen McEntee like dirt in the Dail corridor. Blueshirts may be blueshirts, but they’ll turn of the likes of Doherty pretty quickly. I’d think Doherty will fail this time.

  2. AssPants

    This flipp’n garbage now for the next 6 weeks.

    “Oh he said this, and they did that oh and the other didn’t do this”…………plus all the waste of paper, transport, fuel and all the other crap the parties indulge in; but it’s ok becasue these are NOT “ordinary people” like they describe you and I; “ordinary people”…………….(as if they are extraordinary, maybe they are; if so it’s certainly not for the right reasons)


        1. Rob_G

          Ah come on, it’s only once every 5 years or so, and its fun – think how good Miriam Lord’s columns will be over the next few weeks.

  3. ReproBertie

    “attacks govt on housing, health, cost of living” now that it suits them to try and get their turn in the fancy seats instead of supporting these policies from the “opposition” benches.

    Two cheeks.

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