Gilmore has sold out more than just Shortall

Eamon Gilmore's excruciation during his interview last Thursday night with Richard Crowley of RTE betrayed a realisation of a disloyalty to what Labour stands for.

29th September, 2012
Gilmore has burned his boats of refuge when, inevitably, the reckoning occurs.

Eamon Gilmore's excruciation during his interview last Thursday night with Richard Crowley of RTE betrayed a realisation that his failure to stand by Róisín Shortall was not just an act of personal disloyalty, but of disloyalty to what Labour supposedly stands for, and of disloyalty to the constituency which the party supposedly represents.

Not much will occur by way of reaction to this in the next while, but Gilmore has burned...

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