Enda's continuing uncertainty making things worse
Rather than restoring national confidence, the Government is creating more fear for the future, writes Willie O'Dea
THOUGH Enda Kenny's poor performance over the whole sorry Roscommon Hospital saga may have reawakened a lot of question over his leadership, it has also highlighted an entirely different aspect of this Government's approach.
Since it came to power in a blaze of confidence, the Government has been seen to falter. To make use of footballing parlance, while it has not yet clearly dropped the ball, it has been fumbling it.
The net effect is that a Government which came into office to try to restore national confidence is succeeding only in stirring up national uncertainty.