Seems like a man with sound judgement

Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller may be famous for granting cupcakes “amnesty” from school nutrition rules and calling Hillary Clinton a “c—” on Twitter, but,

No, not really, showing sound judgement there, there is no but.

9 comments on “Seems like a man with sound judgement

  1. Didn’t we just finish a campaign where the Democrat sales pitch was, “Elect Hillary because vagina”? No problems here.

  2. “It turns out the cupcakes didn’t actually need amnesty. In 2005, Gov. Rick Perry had signed a bill dubbed Lauren’s law, which gave Texas parents the right to bring treats to school for birthdays and other celebrations.”

    In the state with the tradition of the Battle of the Alamo.

    Jeeze!

  3. I think further analysis of Mr Miller is likely to lead to the conclusion that he is some sort of moronic lout.

    Just because he hates something we hate doesn’t make him a Good Person, or even sane.

  4. Yeah, but they lost the Battle of the Alamo.

    “We’re really working hard on our bollocky bollocks”: I do get fed up of this rubbish. As my dear old Dad used to say, if you find yourself needing to work really hard you should go and find a job you’re actually good at.

    I long to hear “We’re really working intelligently on …”.

  5. Thanx dearieme
    I can see “if you find yourself needing to work really hard you should go and find a job you’re actually good at.” getting a lot of mileage, coming year.
    Or ten.

  6. dearieme,

    Wise man, your father.

    “I long to hear “We’re really working intelligently on …”.”

    Oh, yes.

  7. “Just because he hates something we hate doesn’t make him a Good Person, or even sane.”

    Two highly over-rated qualities.

  8. @Dearime wrote “As my dear old Dad used to say, if you find yourself needing to work really hard you should go and find a job you’re actually good at.”

    Last couple of years, I’ve been working fairly hard… but that’s because I went self-employed and am pulling down twice what I used to make on the payroll as a consultant (and it’s corporation tax not PAYE so I keep more of it too).

    But then, I’m in a job I’m good at, that I like and that now pays good money, so putting in some effort to keep it – and to make sure word gets around that I’m worth hiring – seems like a good strategy.

    However, I’m reminded of the old Prussian matrix about officers:-

    The officer who is intelligent, and hard-working, should be appointed to the General Staff and gainfully employed there until he works himself to death.

    The officer who is stupid, and lazy, can be found many necessary yet tedious roles in the Army, where he can do his duty adequately.

    The officer who is intelligent, and lazy, should be promoted to high rank, since he will delegate decisions to trusted subordinates and thus make the Army flexible, adaptable and victorious (because defeats mean more work)

    But the officer who is stupid, yet industrious, should be discreetly shot as swiftly as possible: such individuals can do great damage if not stopped early…

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