#8 Would Ireland Benifit From A Ron DeSantis Style Conservative Goverment (Audio only full show)
In this episode, Niall delves into the question of whether Ireland would benefit from a conservative government. To explore this topic, he engages in a fascinating conversation with guest Irish Senator Gerard Craughwell and Aontu Rep: Eric Nelligan as well as many concerned listeners who call in to have their say.
During this interview, Senator Gerard Craughwell expresses his agreement with the notion of a conservative government in Ireland. Together, they explore a wide range of questions surrounding conservative politics, discussing potential benefits, challenges, and implications for Irish society.
The conversation takes an interesting turn as they discuss the recent announcement by Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida, declaring his intention to run for US President. Senator Craughwell shares his support for DeSantis, expressing his preference for the governor over the Green Party.
As the discussion unfolds, Niall welcomes another guest, Eric Nelligan, a member of Aontú and representative for Castletroy/Annacotty in Limerick. Aontú, an all-Ireland political party launched in January 2019, operates in both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Eric also voices his support for Ron DeSantis over the Green Party.
Throughout the podcast, various ideas are explored, comparing left versus right ideologies. However, the overarching theme is the importance of open dialogue, respect, and finding a middle ground that is crucial for society as a whole.
Niall actively engages with callers from both sides of the debate, leading to robust discussions that remain respectful overall. The conclusion of the podcast emphasizes the significance of respecting and listening to diverse perspectives, highlighting that regardless of political affiliation, it is crucial to foster an environment of understanding and mutual respect.
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