Croke Park isn't perfect, but it did buy us time
Published 08/11/2012 | 17:00
IT has become fashionable to throw the eyes up to heaven whenever the Croke Park agreement comes up in conversation.
The deal's shortcomings are regularly ventilated and those on the right of the political spectrum can recite, virtually blindfolded, why it has been a waste of everyone's time.
And there is indeed much to criticise about the agreement signed off on at GAA headquarters.