lI realise that we live in an age where it is virtually a crime to be a politician, but your recent front-page article brings media reportage of politics to a new realm of self-parody. (Kenny's private property portfolio revealed)
Apparently an "investigation" discovered that Enda Kenny owns the roof over his family's heads in Mayo, the roof over his own head in Dublin, and his own office. Sean Dunne and Johnny Ronan must be truly envious of such a huge property empire.
For a man to own his own home after 40 years in the workplace truly is an extraordinary state of affairs. I trust that your newspaper will continue to pursue people for this kind of lavish excess.
Clontarf, Dublin 3