Finance Minister, Michael Noonan, has said that Ireland’s main strategy was to grow its way out of trouble – Good luck with that Mr. Noonan.
He also labours under the same delusion as Lucinda Creighton, that Ireland is different from Greece.
Greece, says Mr. Noonan, will be in trouble for many years while Ireland will be ‘back to normal’ in a year or two.
Meanwhile, IMF chief economist, Oliver Blanchard, has been tragically infected with Brian Lenihan’s ‘we’ve turned a corner disease’.
Speaking to students at Trinity College today he said Ireland was doing great and would soon be out of trouble.
I have just one question – What are these people on?