This morning.

Kildare, County Kildare.

You may be interested in [Fianna Fáil TD] Frank O’Rourke’s ridiculous election postering. He’s been on your site before  concerning the mileage allowance scheme and having clamps removed from his van

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16 thoughts on “Ah Frank

  1. Paulus

    I suppose, in the manner of the Healy-Raes, Frank regards this pole as his and his alone.
    How dare anyone intrude on his pole.
    ( I know, I may need to rethink that sentence).

    1. Slightly Bemused

      Catherine Murphy does not need the face recognition here: her record speaks for itself. He needs so many because no one knows who he is!

      1. Joe cool

        Catherine was at my door thr other day. I must say I found our chat honest and refreshing. I like the woman. She impressed me

    1. Paulus

      I think they’ve got a rolling add-one-and-slide-it-up routine going here.
      Like all work; I suspect poster-erectors have tricks of their own.

      Imagine them at home later, nursing the ubiquitous tie-wrap-finger.

  2. Liam Deliverance

    Should one poster per candidate per location/junction/fence be a rule, in the interests of a fairness. I see many locations/ junctions where FF and FG have taken all available places to keep others out. Smaller parties have limited numbers of posters and people to erect them and far smaller budgets, they should still be allowed the same opportunity.

    (I know, using the word fairness and FF and FG in the same sentence is a bit of an oxymoron, and I am opposed to posters in the first place)

    1. Matt

      I’d suggest zero.
      Less visual “pollution” during the campaign. Less actual pollution (cable ties, the actual plastic posters themselves) after.

  3. Grace

    Ah Frank, opposed to marriage equality, opposed to repealing the 8th –
    but he’ll sort that pot hole outside your house in no time!
    Useless TD, should have stayed in the council.

  4. Termagant

    Could it be more of a “Ah here I’ve got acres of this posters to get up and I’m freezing my balloons off already, sure they’ll be grand here”

    1. Matt

      I’d suggest zero.
      Less visual “pollution” during the campaign. Less actual pollution (cable ties, the actual plastic posters themselves) after.

  5. Lush

    Posters on telegraph poles and lamp posts is not allowed here in France. Each commune has one designated spot where each candidate can put up one poster and that’s it.

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