…right now, on both sides of the Irish border, we’re coming out the other side of election time. If it wasn’t the local ones, it’s folks looking for a seat on the European parliament.
Now that the counts are being finalized, I’m looking forward to the day when I’m not being greeted by the cheesy grin of an election poster on a telegraph pole.
One person once said that politics is showbiz for ugly people, and I’m inclined to agree with some of the potato heads that have appeared out of nowhere, looking to be my ‘bestest’ friend.
Looking bewildered, lost, and some, like they’ve just been overcome by a fart in the room, there’s a few faces that wouldn’t look out of place on the side of a milk carton, or being held up by a family member at a police press conference.
Now, while there’s been success stories for some, Independent candidate, Patrick Feeney, alas, wasn’t one of those. He pulled in only one vote.
Which, if he voted for himself, means that none of his family, friends, or neighbours thought he was worth voting for.
But, it’s not all bad, he got an additional vote when they did a second count…so maybe his mother thought he was worth taking a chance on after all.
Hopefully you’re doing a little better Patrick.
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