Are there any more Alberts ready to bring business know-how into politics?
Let's start with a straight question: can you see Martin Heydon, Marcella Corcoran Kennedy, or Ged Nash as Taoiseach in 2026?
Raising the stakes on the old Kerry stereotype - that propensity to answer a question with another one - many of you will answer this query with not just one, but two more questions of your own: Who? and Why?
So, while we're at it let's pose a third puzzler: Can we see a latter-day Albert Reynolds, a business titan in the millionaire class, bothering with politics in these sound-bite, image-sanitised era?