Batsh*t Crazy Green Party

SoundMan

Full Member
You do know Ryan isn't the only member of the government, surely you know that, don't you?
At least Ryan came out before this decision and told us that the state would have to fund the difference, didn't see your lot mentioning it when they put down their private members motion.

"Proud to be the antidote to such populism" :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:
And the gullibillies lap it up
 

TheEarlofPearl

Full Member
"Proud to be the antidote to such populism" :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:
And the gullibillies lap it up
You do know Ryan isn't the only member of the government, surely you know that, don't you?
At least Ryan came out before this decision and told us that the state would have to fund the difference, didn't see your lot mentioning it when they put down their private members motion
 

Roxetten

Full Member
You do know Ryan isn't the only member of the government, surely you know that, don't you?
At least Ryan came out before this decision and told us that the state would have to fund the difference, didn't see your lot mentioning it when they put down their private members motion
People accuse Sf of being populists but FF & FG aren't far behind them, both parties know that taking tough decisions on climate actions and environmental protections will cost them votes so they are happy to keep kicking the can down the road, the greens are the opposite, they know they'll be punished by the electorate for pushing an environmental agenda but they are bracing themselves for the hit, their willingness to sacrifice popularity to do what they consider to be the right thing is admirable imho.
 

SoundMan

Full Member
You do know Ryan isn't the only member of the government, surely you know that, don't you?
At least Ryan came out before this decision and told us that the state would have to fund the difference, didn't see your lot mentioning it when they put down their private members motion

Back to spamming I see. :rolleyes:
 

SoundMan

Full Member
People accuse Sf of being populists but FF & FG aren't far behind them, both parties know that taking tough decisions on climate actions and environmental protections will cost them votes so they are happy to keep kicking the can down the road, the greens are the opposite, they know they'll be punished by the electorate for pushing an environmental agenda but they are bracing themselves for the hit, their willingness to sacrifice popularity to do what they consider to be the right thing is admirable imho.

And some people actually believe that. "They know they'll be punished by the electorate for pushing an environmental agenda" :oops:

I think most people have a social conscience and realise that we as a planet need to wise up, but the batsh*t crazy notions of Ryan undo much of the willingness by a lot of people to at least try to be sustainable.

How someone who sleeps in the Dail; suggests reintroducing of wolves to Ireland; that we could sustain ourselves though a pandemic by growing lettuce in southfacing windowboxes; that 10 families could share the one car and at rush hour could cycle to their (one tenth of a car) collection point etc etc is leading the Green Party speaks volumes. The guy is a Grade A clown but the Green Party won't take that hard decision.
 

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