Sunday, 21 February 2010

The F’Lying Scotsman?

Oh dear, poor Gordon is not a happy boy today.
The Observer has printed a story about his temper tantrums. This is not really new news or a shock –horror revelation. Rumours about his ‘outbursts’ have been going around for a while.
In the run up to the election I suppose we will all be subjected to the skeleton’s lurking in ministerial closets, and the plies of dirty laundry presented for public washing, and other clichés.
If Gordon had assaulted someone, then why didn’t the victim press charges for ABH?
As prime minister, presiding over colossal cock-up’s, (like the devastating cut backs in higher education) then he is bound to be very, very stressed.
If he is lying should we infer that he may lie about other things? – But then, ‘lying’, or not answering the question, seems a prerequisite for politics.

Do we actually care about the ‘bad behaviour’ of politicians?

Is it good to express your anger when stressed – what do you think?

Thought for the day

I don’t know the key to success, but the key to failure is to try to please everybody’ (Bill Cosby)

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