We need an election, but you know why we won’t have one
This hugely incompetent administration, which has lost the respect of the people, will limp on for the next 18 months in the desperate hope that something will turn up
We need an election and we want an election. The notion that we have to survive at least another 18 months under this hugely incompetent administration is deeply depressing.
In only three years, the water charges crisis – on top of all the other disasters this year – has finally reduced the relationship between the people and government to the level of toxicity last enjoyed by the Brian Cowen administration.
By any standards, the government’s disastrous...
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