We have to pay a price for our mad excess. What? You didn't go mad?
HOME THOUGHTS FROM ABROAD: Mary Harney offers the New Zealand public a handNo, nor did Jody Corcoran. No designer gear, no place abroad, no shiny new motor. But somehow he's still paying the bill
Published 21/03/2010 | 05:00
THE cold spell is over. Spring has sprung. At the bus stop this morning, a pretty young girl in a purple dress smiled a radiant smile, enough to make my twisted heart sing. . .
In the US, the Taoiseach "did us proud", according to Ryan Tubridy, a luvvie beyond his tender years, of Fianna Fail stock, who got to shake the hand of the prophet Obama. Or so he twittered.
From New Zealand, Mary Harney will be home soon, that business in Tallaght all but forgotten, save for the obligatory Dail row. Resign! No! Next business. Welcome home, Mary, your country missed you.