One week to the Libson Vote. It is Imperative that we vote Yes. Enda Kenny gave a good analogy yesterday when he said its better that “we stay in the “kitchen” of the EU rather than the “backroom”. Weekend of canvassing ahead in Cork South Central. Any one interested please make contact.
“We’re in the house of the European Union — 27 members, 500 million people. Where are we? We’re right in the kitchen and the living room, and that’s where the talk goes on, that’s where the decisions are made, that’s where people go in and out and talk about normal things that happen in any kitchen, in any living room,” he explained.
“That’s where the cake is baked, that’s where it’s taken out of the oven and cut up. And you want to know how much is left and when you’re going to get your piece,” he added to laughter. “And if we vote ‘Yes’ on October 2, that’s where we stay. We’ve very good friends in that kitchen and living room and we want to keep them.
“If we vote ‘No’, we’re not going to get thrown out of the house, but we are moving ourselves to the backroom. And if you’re in the backroom, you can’t see what’s happening, you can’t hear what’s happening, and you don’t know what’s happening,” from www.unison.ie article by Lie Hand.