The day the rural heartland revolted and cried: 'Where is our recovery?'
For the mother whose four sons had emigrated, Fine Gael's mantra was an insult
Published 06/03/2016 | 02:30
Enda Kenny and Joan Burton got the kicking they deserved in provincial Ireland.
For rural voters, the Fine Gael election mantra of "keeping the recovery going" was an insult, a sick joke.
And so, nine days ago, in polling stations from Cahir to Caherlistrane, Bunclody to Belturbet, rural Ireland shouted 'STOP.'