Sunday, March 20, 2011

Bob the Builder Vs Simple Simon - a New fable by Aesop

Here unfolds a tale of two cartoon characters, who, if having been alive around 620BC would have had a story written about them by a man who went by the name of Aesop.

People in Glass houses shouldnt throw stones, and Bob the Builder has built himself a glass palace, and is throwing Stones at Simple Simon, and if the situation wasn't so serious I’d be laughing!

Bob is berating Simon for toeing the National party line on the seabed and foreshore bill - ie not listening to his constituents, and not making up his own mind, instead, just being a puppet and doing as hes told by the party.

Ahem! Does anybody else recall Mr Clarkson standing on the steps of parliament saying he opposed the anti-smacking bill, only to toe the party line and vote in favour of it? Sorry Bob, but what a hypocrit.

This is what happens when you give your vote to cartoon characters who dont understand what it is to have principles, and who end up being part of the problem instead of the solution.

If Mr Clarkson insists on throwing stones, he had better make sure the glass house he has built is made of toughened glass.

Both of these immoral and principle-less political puppets are as bad as each other, and until they learn the meaning of the word principles, you can expect more of the same. lmao


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