Ian O’Doherty: Peter Casey’s power was the primary events’ weak spot – now he needs to take all of it the best way to the Dáil
THIS time final week, Peter Casey was propping up the presidential polls and hovering between 1pc and 2pc.
His entire marketing campaign as much as that time had seemed like one other wealthy man’s folly, and it appeared odds-on that the eventual end result would mirror his polling figures.
As we hear so typically, every week is a very long time in politics and the political powersthat-be should now really feel aid there wasn’t one other week till polling day.
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