Michael Gove – again

This isn’t really what you would call a blogpost, if I were on Twitter I would tweet it but I’m not, so here goes!

I’ve always been a Monty Python fan and The Meaning of Life is on at the moment. Unfortunately it’s on a channel with adverts, which I hate, so between the adverts I switched over to BBC News 24 and what did I see shooting across the bottom of the screen?

The Education Secretary Michael Gove has warned teachers that if they go on strike on Thursday they risk damaging their reputations.

At this rate I’ll have to stop watching the news because I’m just about apoplectic. How can a man (and I use that word very loosely) who behaved as he has in the past even think of warning anybody about their reputation. Being an absolute swine seems to have done him no harm in life, maybe the rest of us have just been too damn decent for our own good!

2 thoughts on “Michael Gove – again

    • Anbolyn,

      The worrying thing is that we almost certainly never get to find out about the worst things that they get up to.
      Speaking of power corrupting people – look no further than the young President Assad in Syria. He wasn’t at all like his father the previous president, and he didn’t want to take over after his father died as he was happy as an optician in London. Look what has happened to him now, he’s possibly even worse than his father was!

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