Thursday August 13, 2020

Opposition’s rhetoric of change lacks substance

The government might not be popular, but that doesn’t mean we won’t vote it in again.

22nd November, 2008

The government might not be popular, but that doesn’t mean we won’t vote it in again.

Change, change and more change. That’s the mantra for our times. Inspired by Barack from Birr and waves of discontent with a cruel, heartless, savage and plague-inducing government, the new political and journalistic wisdom is that change is on its way.

The sheer depths of unpopularity reached by our new Taoiseach and his...

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