Few, if any, commentators would argue that our current government is very, very weak.
With FF as its crutch and a few rag tag independents to make up the numbers in the Dail and the cabinet, the current FG government are probably the weakest we've had in decades (bar the dying days of the Cowen farce). A far cry from the 2011 FG government that could have made real reforms happen if they had been bothered.
Any government that has Zappone as a minister is deadman walking as far as many are concerned.
Anyway - with Brexit looming - potentially the biggest challenge we face economically and politically, are we running a huge risk having such a weak government in place and should we be actually looking for something more like a "war cabinet" and national government for the next few years as we plan and execute around the transition of our biggest trading partner and probably only real friend in Europe out of the EU?