Well, if you step of the McOutrage Bus for minute, you'd find that it's protocol for visiting Heads of State to pay their respects at the Garden of Remembrance which is what the Queen is doing, just having a quick look and ticking the box. The wreath laying with be at the National War Memorial Gardens in Dublin.
You may now re-board the McBus.
It is protocol for foreign heads of state visiting Ireland to pay their respects at the city centre site, where traditionally they do not lay a wreath but adjust a ribbon before the wreath is placed on a wooden stand.
The trip, from May 17 to 20, will be the first by a British sovereign to the Irish Republic and is hugely significant.
Read more: Croke Park to welcome Queen on historic trip - Republic of Ireland, Local & National - Belfasttelegraph.co.uk
It is the symbolism that counts. Would you be on the outrage bus if the Queen was to go to Afghanistan,and attended a ceremony to dead Taliban