Success Has Many Fadas

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This afternoon.

Leinster House, Dublin 2.

Sinn Féin President Mary Lou McDonald and Deputy Party leader Michelle O Neill on the Plinth after a meeting of newly elected Sinn Féin TDs at Buswells Hotel.

Earlier: No Lee Way

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Hello you.

Off to the barbers?



27 thoughts on “Success Has Many Fadas

        1. A Person

          Ivana was elected here. Michelle O’Neill has never been elected in my country. And last time I looked, NI is not another Irish state. Again, why is she here, other than the nordies getting involved…?

      1. Gearóid

        We all know she did not get elected here, calm down.

        They are the only all-Ireland part on the island. And, with their history of seeking Irish reunification and independence, I think having representatives from the other Irish state demonstrates a commitment to that ideal.

  1. Qwerty123

    Looking forward to all the scandals and stupid things these TDs will be caught up in and say. The ‘Up de ra’ incident was just the tip of the iceberg.

  2. theo kretschmar schuldorff

    Has Gerry hurt his leg then?
    Shot him self in the foot (by not fielding enough candidates)?
    Skiing on the average industrial wage?
    Hope he doesn’t need to visit the super expensive private US health clinic again.

  3. GiggidyGoo

    Ha haaaaa. FF have just announced that they will not go into Government with SF. Just as FG have said too. How will the FFGers spin this? Last time round and up to recently, the come-backs were ‘sure SF wouldn’t go into government (untrue of course, as it was FFG who wouldn’t do business with them that time either).
    FG have said that they want to be the opposition now.
    So it’s now FF who have the opportunity to go into government, and they won’t do it. Michilín can’t want to be Taoiseach much then.
    Roll on FFGs new confidence and supply arrangement, and roll on the election after that.
    Ha haaaaaaa.

    1. Cian

      You keep telling us that FF and FG have hard-right polices.
      SF is hard left.
      (well SF have opposed all government bills and FG have opposed all SF bills – FF have abstained)

      They have nothing in common, so how do you expect them to work in government together? There has to be compromise. Should SF sell out (some of) their socialist voters? or should FF and FG sell out (some of) their conservative voters?


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