Thursday, 9 August 2007

A question for this morning

Q: Am I the only one who gets heartily sick of politics being reported as a sporting contest rather than by an analysis of what is actually being said and done to us?


  1. Someone read John R in the Harold...

  2. A: No.

    That's why I stopped watching TV news; I keep yelling at the TV.

  3. No. But try and take some advice and become part of the solution, not part of the problem.

    Hate filled invective establishing that (a) National is Evil, and (b) John Key is Evil, provides no particular insight or analysis to political problems.

    Also suggesting solutions to said political problems that aren't grounded in any sort of political reality and are therefore useless tends to short-circuit any influence you may have.


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