All four leaders of the main parties contending in the General Election took part in a live debate earlier this evening.
Enda Kenny, Joan Burton, Micheal Martin and Gerry Adams faced off each other and discussed election issues and took shots at each other, as expected.
In typical Taoiseach fashion, Enda Kenny could not provide any meaningful answers to any of the questions put to him. Instead, he resorted to te usual waffle.
Joan Burton meanwhile, all too aware that her Dáil seat is pretty much gone, said Labour ‘brought a balance’ to the Government. She also used much of her time to attack Gerry Adams on what she called ‘fuzzy economics.’
Fianna Fail’s leader, Micheal Martin, issued promise after promise, attacking the Taoiseach and saying that he needed to ‘face up’ to his failures.
And Gerry Adams did show a fighting spirit, but was let down by his own take on economic plans and projections.
People will have their say on February 26.