Interesting thought really, isn’t it?

Fifth, why does politics attract such people? It seems to have a particular appeal to the weak, the predator and the abuser. It is not to its advantage that this is the case.

This from the man who insists that ever more of life must be run by politics.

6 thoughts on “Interesting thought really, isn’t it?”

  1. Six days without any Ragging on Ritchie. I was wondering if he’d died. Couldn’t be arsed to go and look… Pity!

  2. Bloke in North Dorset

    As a matter of interest, have any of you guys who comment over there regularly over there used Willie Sutton as a nom de guerre?

  3. Dennis, Pointing Out The Obvious

    It seems to have a particular appeal to the weak, the predator and the abuser.

    A rather accurate, if harsh, self-portrait.

  4. “…And why is it that our tax money sometimes doesn’t go toward hospitals and schools? What’s up with that?”

  5. It’s because that is where the stupid, ignorant and unemployable can get to order you around because they think you are the stupid and ignorant ones.

    It like when they asked to bank robber, why do you rob banks? He said that is where the money is.

  6. As PJ O’Rourke once defined it, ”Politics is the pursuit of money and power without merit”.

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