That Seemed To Go Well


Taoiseach Leo Varadkar’s general election video is circulating on Facebook members’ newsfeeds as sponsored content.

How is that going?


Earlier: “A Technical Oversight”

Yesterday: A Past To Look Forward To

12 thoughts on “That Seemed To Go Well

  1. Catherine cobstelloe

    A general election called in a week where dismembered limbs are left in a holdall on a Dublin estate. And to think the evil killers had the cold arrogance , 24 hours later , to drive around Dublin with a head and torso of the victim to set it alight.
    Put up a million reward , set up a hotline , stop normalising these grotesque crimes. FG’s twaddle of “progress” is total nonsense.

    1. Rob_G

      I always knew it was the blushirts, even when it was the drug-dealing gangsters – damn you, Leo!!

    2. Iwerzon

      Dr Ciara Kelly: ‘Why few of us would ever sign up to troubled, blood-soaked united Ireland’ – not since the Shankill Butchers have I witnessed depravity and evil than what was reported in the Dublin media in the last 48hrs.

  2. Chris

    Oh so the irrational hatred of Leo Varadkar is a surprise to you? I have never known a leader to get as much vitriol and personal blame flung at him for all of societies problems, especially from people who’s only solution seems to be throw money at everything.

    1. dav

      “… Weaknesses: Mr Varadkar has come a long way from the days when his colleagues considered him aloof and even slightly odd. But he can still come across as lacking empathy and overly defensive in media interviews. He prefers to find fault in criticisms of himself rather than address the issue at hand”
      It seems to me the dislike of him is quiet rational, given his hatred of the poor and the unwaged.

  3. A Person

    Jaysus, are comment sections now mainstream and reflect real public feeling. As an example the comment from Catherine above. Yeah, a dismembered teenager is the fault of the any politician?

  4. Madam X

    Can we have a moments silence for poor Leo.? . Hes trying his best poor child. Kindergarten is always difficult for some.

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