The Gay community in Ireland has today come out in support of emergency Garth Brooks legislation being rushed through the Dáil, so that concert promoters can break the prior agreement they signed with Croke Park Residents to only hold 3 music events per year.
They claim that smaller, more trivial issues like marriage equality needs to take a back seat, while life changing events like country music concerts take priority.
One spokesperson for the LGBT said:
This issue is a defining moment of our society and of our history. How we treat a rich country musician will be define who were are moving into the future.
Struggling mortgage holders have also thrown their weight behind the emergency legislation and say it’s of huge importance to the stability of our society and economy.
One homeowner in negative equity said:
It would be nice to get to go to a Garth Brooks concert – it would take the mind off the fact that our family is being made homeless and the only fire will be standing outside will be the one will have to start in a bin so that we all don’t freeze to death.
The controversy around the concerts arose when Dublin City Council remembered that they signed an agreement with Croke Park to only ever hold 3 concerts per year.
The agreement was lost under a huge pile of money and cocaine at the council’s office and after a 5 day binge of ticket selling, officials developed a severe case of the fear after realizing what they had done.
Since the cancellations of all the concerts, the country has been in mouring and will continue to for sometime.
All hope for a solution to the issues has been lost however, since Enda Kenny offered to step in.