Taoiseach treated Dala on Tuesday at a bad pre-season performing Twelve Days of Christmas. With a medical craft. It came down like Santa's chocolate on a hot radiator.
Only Leah Varadka version was only 5 days, and loudly blamed doctors and nurses to escape with the other seven.
Luckily for him, he was not present to receive information from critics in person. The hot geyser Leo was in Helsinki for what looked like a photo workshop, and the picture was taken with the Finnish prime minister in various locations, and he unsuccessfully searched for photogenic deer in jack high altitude because he had to leave Eoghan Murphy on the house.
Opposition TDs could not wait to fulfill their performance and were very disappointed when the Minister of Agriculture came to accept bricks on behalf of his boss.
Little likely, Michael Creed, who rarely deals with his housing, had some of the urban deputies who fascinated him.
So that's a farmer? How does that sound? Will we understand it? Do they sleep in bed or hide somewhere? Was it just out of the hibernation period?
Creed is very small. Unless it is subsidizing, silage or mammals, it likes to continue to work and avoid media attention.
But Michael is a clever operator. He is articulate and smart and not easily ruined. On Wednesday in Dail, Opposition TDs could also talk to the wall of trying to get out of it by attacking Taoiseach in an attack on a doctor and nurses.
Fianna Fail, Sinn Fein, Labor and People before the profit came to the rescue to complain about Leo's remarks the previous day in response to Michel Martin's questions about the plan to prevent winter HSE shelter.
After the standard exposure statistics, Taoiseach said that these plans have not been for many years, as the hospital effectively closed most of the Christmas season. Seven of the twelve days, which were running in the New Year, he said.
"We have to change that. We need to make sure that during this period the radiology and laboratory departments will be open and fully operational, that consultants will not be on vacation in the first week of the year, especially those who work in emergency cases and that nurses will not be on leave in the first two weeks of January. "
David Cullinane Sinn Fein (who stood for Mari Lou McDonald) felt that Taoiseach's remark was a shame. His assault on nurses and doctors was a "vindictive attempt to move guilty" over the overcrowding of a hospital far from his own record in the Ministry of Health, along with the performance of his government and current minister.
Little recognizable Creed calmly reacts with a flat face.
What was Cullinane? His leader was very supportive of front workers and support staff.
"Moving away from them, the challenge Taoiseach set up yesterday was managing HSE."
"He did not say that," broke Brendan Hovlin.
The thing is to reconcile Creida, we need the right management from the top of the HSE so that the "human resource" is managed as efficiently as possible.
Man Sinn Fein was capable of being tied up. "I was here yesterday and I listened to what Taoiseach said and a million miles away from the answer you gave today. He did not talk about managers in the health service, he talked about the absence of nurses and doctors."
The minister had no idea where he got this idea.
Then Brendan Hovlin confirmed that Leo had said what he said about a doctor and nurses who after 39 years "made an incredible discovery that Christmas comes every December". Although there is a possibility to change the schedule during Christmas, it is a matter of "management" that requires negotiations with trade unions "and not the abuse of people either in this house or in public airwaves."
Brid Smith spoke about the lack of nurses, especially in emergency departments. Hospitals can not keep them because of a low salary.
"Nurses continue to work for nothing every eight weeks and are kept in their cravl. They have to go in and work at night and get absolutely zero for it. Nobody in this house would do that. In fact, I claim that we are well paid for that what we do in comparison with the low pay they receive for what they do. "
The incredible Creed equally and quickly described government policy.
Smith said that certain specialties were offered an extra € 7 a week – "you would not buy two pints of beer with that increase in salaries. That's an absolute insult for them."
Her statement caused the interest of all MPs from all sides. Hubbub male votes rose while MPs discussed the price of two pints.
Ceann Comhairle had to hit his gong to get back the line.
In the meantime, Fianna Fail's leader – whose initial question provoked controversy – was stuck. Taoiseach "in a narcotic response" told him "it's all the mistakes of nurses, it's the fault of the consultants." He insulted those on the front line – that's the end line, "Micheal Martin said, so that everything worked until that stage where his voice goes with a full cork.
"I asked him where the plan was," Do not be afraid of your plan! "" I do not mind the plan I made "- he spoke about his plan! He said that the plans for the past six years were useless, more what he said! "
As Micheal thundered, Marc MacSharri was sitting behind him, overlapping his hands, a serious face in place, nodding his head with intimidating intensity.
These workers deserve an apology from the government, Martin said. And, by the way, when do we see this plan?
Creed quietly opposed his understanding of the exchange. "I appreciate it politically to take what Taoiseach said to fit the political narrative."
"Read," cried Martin.
"I was here yesterday, like you, deputy," reduced Creed.
"You should know," said Timmy Dooley.
"I appreciate that you have a particular story about which you want to turn around, and that's all right, but Taoiseach did not blame the doctors or nurses," the minister said bravely, while the chamber was filled with ears Fianne Fail.
"Do you want to get out of the fog, for God's sake?" He exclaimed Timmy in anger.
All Taoiseach said it should be a "critical mass" of staff. It's not unreasonable, Croeded Creed.
The poor Micheal was suitable for binding. "But they work for Christmas. Do not you know that? Sisters and doctors work every Christmas. Who the hell is keeping the lights?"
"I appreciate that," the minister whispered.
Micheal sighed. "Aaaah, come on."
Not. Not. Wait.
"What Taoiseach was doing was provoking HSE's management to make sure of that …" Creed began.
"He challenged nurses and doctors!" He exclaimed Timmy, returning an empty look.
Fianna Fail continued her noisy. Michael Creed continued to suffocate.
State Minister Patrick O'Donnovan was spreading across the floor to leader Fianne Fail.
"It was much better when you were here."