15 Tweets Showing Just How Angry Some People Are At Fianna Fáil Coming 'Back'
"I don't like the way the people who tried to tidy up the gaff after party wrecked it, so let's reward the people who wrecked it"
A General Election can provoke all sorts of reactions from people, but the thing about democracy is that you've the freedom to vote however you so choose.
That hasn't stopped many angry individuals taking to Twitter and cursing Fianna Fáil's luck in receiving such strong support this time around.
Here are a selection of the most thought provoking tweets on their 'comeback' that have been doing the rounds.
Results show that Irish people vote using the same psychological mechanics as a victim of domestic abuse. "This time it will be different"— Rubber Bandits (@Rubberbandits) February 27, 2016
I'm not too happy with how much our government promotes inequality. Oh I know... Let's vote in the party that are to the right of them— Rubber Bandits (@Rubberbandits) February 27, 2016
I don't like the way the people who tried to tidy up the gaff after party wrecked it, so let's reward the people who wrecked it. #fiannafail— Des Bishop 毕瀚生 (@Desbishop) February 27, 2016
"Fianna Fáil is a very responsible party" - says Sean Haughey on RTE. Give me strength! #ge16— Una Mullally (@UnaMullally) February 27, 2016
Can't decide what to have for dinner. Given the prospect of a Fine Gael/Fianna Fáil deal a bottle of scotch is looking good right now. #ge16— SensibleStu (@sensiblestu) February 28, 2016
What kind of country do we live in, where basically the two winners of the election were 1. Fianna Fáil and 2. the Healy Rae brothers? #ge16— Cian (@riancyan) February 28, 2016
Have people forgotten what Fianna Fáil did to this country?— Kathryn O'Donnell (@_k_athry_n_) February 28, 2016
Less than half the country turns up to vote and the people who do, vote for Fianna Fáil. You are Ireland's equivalent of Trump voters.— Manus O Lorcain (@manoose47) February 28, 2016