Enda Kenny

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I wish I didn't have to go back and face what I have to face.

Enda Kenny (born April 24, 1951) is the Taoiseach of Ireland.


Generally when people speak to each other they use words.


  • The fact is that I used the word, and no context can excuse it. I failed to exemplify my own standards and those of my party. I apologise for any offence this may have caused, particularly to the Lumumba family.


  • Generally when people speak to each other they use words.
  • If there's anyone out there who still doubts that Ireland is a place where all things are possible, who still wonders if the dream of our ancestors is alive in our time, who still questions our capacity to restore ourselves, reinvent ourselves and prosper, today is your answer.
  • Is [assassination] only justified if the target is a reactionary, anti-democratic, anti-human rights obscurantist like bin Laden?
    • Joe Higgins questions Kenny on support from the Taoiseach, Tanaiste and presidents of the European Commission and European Council for use of assassination.
      • I know you are a good Christian man who has your job to do in here from a political point of view. Many of his victims in the twin towers in New York were of Irish descent or directly Irish.
  • Whether it's in relation to the sort of music that is played there or not, in any event, it's tragic for the families involved here.
  • The outstanding organiser who brought Lenin himself to Ireland to see how the National Loan worked.

Quotes about Kenny[edit]

  • The dull man of Irish politics.
  • I thought he was honest. He looked like someone who wasn't going to tell a lie.
    • Joanne O'Riordan, who has no arms or legs, after Kenny cut disability funding upon being elected Taoiseach. Kenny had been filmed promising her while on the campaign trail that he would not do this, as quoted The Irish Times (2012)

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