Enda Kenny is just like Frodo, longing to hold onto power and mojo
All of which makes him unlikely to throw in the Ring
Like Frodo standing at the precipice on Mount Doom, torn apart by simultaneous, conflicting emotions about casting the ring into the inferno (no reference to Michael Ring intended!), Enda Kenny stands on the political ledge of Government Buildings, eyeing the mob below, a large portion of which is shouting “Jump!”. But will he? Or will he climb back safely into the Taoiseach’s chair.
He has a dilemma. Conventional wisdom says as...
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