10 Oct 2014

And Then A Little Upset….

Mr Mirage and all your buddies, congratulations and party hearty people! So that’s officially the first thorn in the side of the big house. 

Mr Cummerbund; how’s that swivel-eyed fruitcakes thingy working out for ya? You had but one thing to remember, ‘engage brain to avoid pain’ and you blew it.

Mr Strangelybland; how’s that only taking votes from the Con party thingy working out for ya?  Hay, what did you say on TV today? You realise everyone’s disillusioned with Westminster? Man, that boy’s as sharp as a tack!

Mr Cringe; Yo, Mr Cringe! Helloooo! Mr Cringe! Nobody there? Oh well. He’s probably chilling with Kim Jim-unseen…..

Anyhoo, are we all ready for days an’ days of ‘lessons learned’, ‘we need to communicate our ideas better’ and all the other stock clichés?  And Dave, do stop telling us that if people vote for that lot it’ll let Mr Strangelybland into 10 Down-and-Out Street. Next time you shave Dave – you are old enough to shave, right? check out that lad looking back at you through the fog. That’s the naughty boy who threw the door open for Eddy.

On top of all that, we’ll have the good ol’ unbiased  BBC with its relentless ‘reassuring’ that this result’s an aberration and only a ‘protest’ vote and it’ll be alright on the night next May after the population have given their collective head a jolly good shake, as instructed, and got back in line.

With regards to the listening and communicating stuff, as little as our elite get out and about, if they did happen to pop into any of our city, or indeed town centres, I feel they would soon become a tad disconcerted upon finding their ability to listen to the people or communicate their ideas to the people was being severely hampered by that ol’ language barrier.

Quote;  Bertrand Russell.

“Our great democracies still tend to think that a stupid man is more likely to be honest than a clever man, and our politicians take advantage of this prejudice by pretending to be even more stupid than nature made them.”

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