Fianna Fail party is our worst enemy
If, as reported (Irish Independent, November 20), the Fianna Fail ministers and TDs fear the arrival of the IMF has put the future of the party in jeopardy and pushed as many as 40 deputies past the point of rescue in the next General Election, then the crux at the core of the whole debacle is narcissim -- political and personal.
Their stewardship, which cannot by any stretch of hallucination, much less imagination, be called governance, has caused the economic viability, the independence, and the reputation of 26 counties on this island to be flushed down the proverbial, and all they are worried about is their own personal political futures and that of their party. With mindsets like that, who needs enemies?
Are we still proscribing organisations?