Wednesday November 25, 2020

Enda stepped out and Micheál stepped in again

Numbers don’t lie: it’s a grand coalition or another general election

13th March, 2016
Michael Healy Rae arrived in the Dail on Thursday Pic:

Michael Healy-Rae appears to be the only member of the 32nd Dáil who has not lost his marbles. Arriving at Leinster House the Kilgarvan chieftain dismissed the posturing of the last couple of weeks as a charade.

He then went on television and advised the Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil leaders to get a room and stay there until it was clear whether or not they can form a government together.


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