The trouble with a head on a plate is that it solves nothing
The politicos, baying for blood, want nothing less than the resignation of the Tánaiste. But Frances Fitzgerald’s going won’t make any difference to the total lack of accountability around the McCabe case
Last week was an exercise in politicising the police, yet again, for purely partisan advantage. It is unashamedly self-interested political prostitution bereft of any whiff of public service. A charade cloaked in political pantomime.
The only objective of the opposition, of whatever stripe, is a head on a plate. The only objective of the government is to save that head. That is what last week came down to.
But that is not what last week...
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