Fiach Kelly: Faithful get high on the prospect of 'G for T'
BE warned: they're coming to a doorstep near you. And they hope it will be soon. It's a new way of campaigning, designed to cause confusion so you don't know whether to laugh or cry at the prospect they're promoting.
Instead of asking for your vote, they'll just stand there in silence, with it held proudly aloft until you look up and are confronted with it: "Gilmore for Taoiseach".
When it happens, stay calm, there will be ways to get them and their 'G for T' placards away from your house. Don't agitate them too much -- they might yelp and yahoo and wake the kids.