Fresh off the back of proposing that landlord TDs refrain from voting on his proposed rent reduction bill Paul Murphy, slowly intoxicated on a diet of Mao Tse Tung Youtube recap videos, has led his efforts one step further.
“With assets, profits and cash concentrated among the wealthiest few in Ireland, it is not enough to ask TD owners to abstain from voting, we must nationalize TD owners outright,” Murphy said, in another speech to the Dáil that he had to utter. insisting was not a joke.
Initially criticized as the usual left-handed nonsense, several hardline fiscal conservative voters changed their tune after realizing that just nationalizing Robert Troy would generate 40,000 homes for the state.
“If Niall Collins is a landlord, it counts as at least three when taking his aliases into account,” said a now enthusiastic member of the public.
By emphasizing how being a landlord TD was a conflict of interest when it came to voting on proposed legislation aimed at improving tenants’ rights, Murphy inadvertently inspired TDs to pursue their claim on all matters before the Dáil. .
“I should probably recuse myself from all housing votes viewed as a renter,” offered one TD, ushering in a new era of strict adherence that acknowledges potential conflicts of interest.
“Yeah, but more because I don’t really care about people,” another TD chimed in.
“I am recusing myself from the upcoming vote on the night economy because I am an absolute fan of pints,” said a TD on his way to the Dáil bar.