Wednesday, 24 February 2016

These people are nuts


All of them.


  1. Not completely. Prayer is normal and comforting activity for many - the trick is to mindful for what you pray for. The prayers should seek application of all those noble things that make politicians uncomfortable - like honesty, integrity, ethical behaviour, paying their own way, doing what they say they'll do and so on.

    I'd like to see something along the lines of that great Whitakers chocolate add from a few years back where the local MP at the door begins being honest by eating good, honest chocolate and in doing so confesses he'll be a trougher. Not in this world I guess.



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