- Feb 11, 2008
What's it looking like for the Greens? Yes or no to the programme for government??
Serious problems with the Gretas opposing it and the Hippies supporting it. Not sure if there's going to be a Fis Nua 2.0 split yet but there will have to be a lot of hard talking in the next few days.
Yes - for bums on seats which will see the same cave-in this time as happened in '07 with Shannon, Tara and Shell; while Ryan is limp-lettucing on, that's as will be - and have no great hopes for what's coming after him either.
no, you are wrong.Fixed that for you.
What did she agree to that she is not agreeing to now?no, you are wrong.
it is - even still - my guess.
In some ways I hope the greens vote it down. Yes there will be political chaos for a while, but it will be nothing compared to the chaos when the likes of hourican do a Roisin shortfuse on it and flounce out because she isn’t happy with what she agreed.
there will then be either an election in which the greens will get absolutely hammered ( I believe only Eamon Ryan might hold his seat), or it will be a SFFF coalition with either the greens, soc dems, or labour as the meat in the sandwich.
This text is nonsensical. We need more houses. What's your alternative? More tents?It's gas, the Greens want to end direct provision but that means the asylum seekers in that program will have to be housed somewhere else. I think that means they will come into direct conflict with our own indigenous scroungers for the free houses.
Many of those clowns already hate the poor foreigners and inflict terrible abuse on them and it's going to get worse.
The loony left of the Greens want to put free houses ahead of climate change. Do they not realise that building more and more houses just creates more and more damage to the environment and we should be trying to scale back on expanding everything all the time?