Last week, same as this week, such was the talk of the deal of all deals being struck between the DUP theocrat and the Sinn Fein autocrat that I suggested to our New York friends that they should not be surprised if we come across a mural of Connolly, Pearse and Paisley. Those who would see nothing untoward about it would be the same people who still believe decommissioning never took place and who would happily assemble at Dunville Park for the three o'clock spacecraft to take them to a united Ireland simply because it had been advertised in the local party front paper.
Well, it made me laugh anyway. From Anthony McIntyre's "Good Friday, The Death of Irish Republicanism", which is actually a very good read. Even for a Unionist;)