...that the real concern of the Irish Labour Party is not poverty or social justice but the advancement of the liberal agenda?
They've come a long way since the time they were described as "the political wing of the St. Vincent de Paul".
"Mr Gilmore said the key issue for Labour was whether the party should be in Government or outside it in Opposition. “I believe we should be in Government to shape the future in accordance with the principles of the Labour Party,” he said in an interview last night."
Translation: Who cares about social welfare when we are this close to introducing abortion?
(If the "key issue" in politics is whether you are in power or in opposition, then the logical thing to do is to decide your policies through market research.)