Willie Kealy: Our only hope of policy change lies in a reinvigorated Fianna Fail
There is still a spark in the party that was beaten into the ground 20 months ago
Published 25/11/2012 | 05:00
A lot of people are wondering what to do with Fianna Fail right now. Not the least of them is Micheal Martin. But he shares this conundrum with others, a significant number of whom wish it would just disappear off the political landscape.
But political parties rarely die dramatically. They tend to fade away or merge with a bigger entity or be subsumed.
What happened to Fianna Fail at the last election was pretty dramatic, and it survived. Now the latest opinion poll results show that it is not in danger of going quietly either.