TDs who don't vote let down those who gave them the job
Published 02/08/2011 | 05:00
AN honest day's work for an honest day's pay. It's what 450,000 unemployed people in this country -- and thousands of others who have left -- wish for.
But what is an honest day's work? Basically, turning up and doing your job -- every aspect of it.
For a TD during Dail sitting days, that means a number of things. It means studying legislation, attending committees, meeting delegations, and looking after constituency matters.