Gov To Double West’s Share Of Unfulfilled Infrastructure Promises By 2025

Gov To Double West’s Share Of Unfulfilled Infrastructure Promises By 2025

The government has promised to increase support for unfulfilled Western infrastructural projects until they reach the same level of support as the ailing Irish language.

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar confirmed a Minister of State for Lip Service To Broken Promises will be appointed later in the year but due to cutbacks, forced to communicate entirely in sign language.

Meanwhile, a spokesman said it’s anticipated that a huge portion of the population of the west will continue to enjoy the first world-standard infrastructure they have always enjoyed, in the places they traditionally emigrate to.

“And that,” he concluded, “really is a promise!”