So, Golfgate. Clichéd catchphrases are emerging so fast it’s hard to keep up. But I mean, seriously, 81 of the great and good, or former great and good, being complete and utter arrogant plonkers, couldn’t
happen in a Sheridan farce. My question now why is only one, the arrogant Lord Hogan, being asked to consider his position? All of those still serving in office need to be asked to go. All of those retired on public pensions ought to make a contribution to
the “poor box”. I notice there is no mention of a woman anywhere, no woman would be that insensitive or thick not to understand the implication of their actions. In all my training as a professional, the framework of “modelling” was
paramount as a means of learning and teaching. Does something happen people who enter through the gates of Leinster House where some part of the brains are wiped and a reprogramming happens between the gate and the front door?
have my own share of awfulness and stupidities and blips and downright wrongful behaviour. It was always hard to come to realise and accept the consequences of my behaviour but I would get there either choosing or dragged kicking and screaming.
I don’t hear 81 regrets and I don’t believe the apologies and it couldn’t happen at a worse time for the credibility of a fragile Government. Nor do I place any meas on the whining and shouting from the opposition benches.
There is no evidence of any intelligent functioning inside those Kildare Street gates. Rant completed!
I am doing a writing sequence and it happened that at this time I am confronted by the Greek gods about whom I know absolutely
nothing or very little. So with a little effort, the following emerged.
Read, enjoy, share, send me some feedback to keep me somewhat honest.