It's our party and we'll cry if we want to
The right-wing parties will be in government, but they also want to be the opposition
What are they up to? The two biggest right-wing parties have wasted a week staging meaningless talks that can't lead to anything. Panic? Indecision? I don't think so.
The figures are irrefutable. The only prospect for stable government is, unfortunately, a coalition of Fianna Fail and Fine Gael.
Every day that passes without a decisive move increases political instability. And they casually reveal that they expect to continue in this way for perhaps eight more weeks.