Enda could regret his Monty Pylon moment as storm gathers at home
ENDA Kenny is around long enough to know that political leaders often get themselves into a whole pile of trouble based on things they say while they're 'out foreign'.
It often has a lot to with a certain 'de-mob happy' feeling which allows them to speak less guardedly. Their handlers and minders will often come back, with that metaphorical media mop and bucket, to tell the world: "What he really meant was ... "
Yesterday, in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, the Taoiseach weighed into the national controversy over plans to erect new electricity pylons carrying overhead power cables across vast scenic tracts of rural Ireland.