From top: Taoiseach Micheál Martin’s holiday home in Courtmacsherry, West Cork; Village magazine, July issue

Taoiseach confirms he travelled to ‘collect clothes’ in lockdown (



50 Person Gathering Does Not Include A House Party (Newstalk, July 1)

6 thoughts on “Caughtmacsherry

  1. GiggidyGoo

    Maybe they should design a Resignation Letter template and print it off on their new printer? With the obligatory ‘*Delete if inapplicable’ options.

    € 50 per night is a good price to rent a premises for a house party.

    They both can have a conflab in the car on the way back to Dublin as to how to approach these revelations.

  2. Daisy Chainsaw

    This isn’t even surprising. It’s how we expect our politicians to act because it’s always been a case of “do as I say, not as I do.” The only surprise is that there has been repercussions for those that consider themselves as untouchable.

    1. Frilly Keane, Rebooted, Live and Dangerous

      Baile Ath Panem
      Or BallyMcPanem

      That’s where these establishment elite occupy with lower ranked citizens worshipping and feeding off their tables, and who live by and on the whim of their leaders benevolence.
      That’s why their schools are vitally important to maintaining the status quo.
      These lower ranks ring fence this privilege, to protect itfor themselves should the opportunity arise for them to leapfrog and benefit,
      and also provide the buffer between them and keep them out of reach and away from the rest of us slaving away outside to provide them the resources to get wealthier, fatter and even more elite, and out of touch.

      The more out of touch they get
      The more untouchable they become

  3. TessFlynn

    Leo’s many photo shoots during lockdown – including the one manufactured above with Michael O’Leary’s former spindoctor showed how politicians felt their needs should come before the country. It is no surprise that other politicians were traveling around when the cabinet were at a different photoshoot venue twice a day.

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