It’s a game of two halves for the opposition parties

In GAA parlance, on June 5,we had the political equivalent of the National League Final. The reigning champions(FF/ Greens)were beaten by the opposition (FG/Labour).The champions showed none of their form from the last championship, which they won wi

15th August, 2009

In GAA parlance, on June 5,we had the political equivalent of the National League Final. The reigning champions(FF/ Greens)were beaten by the opposition (FG/Labour).The champions showed none of their form from the last championship, which they won with some late scores. Unless they get their act together, their reign will end at the next hurdle.

But, as in the GAA, when the championship comes around, league form means little or nothing....

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