Sunday, 17 July 2011
When the leader of the government is struggling to persuade sceptical taxpayers of the need for a policy, especially if they themselves had previously said they weren't going to do it, the best thing to do is spend those taxpayers' money on telling them again why you're going to do it anyway and denying that you ever said you weren't. You may repeat as necessary. In the event that the opposition suggests that this should be paid for from party funds the correct answer is 'Shuttup shuttup shuttup go way'.
Lessons for a successful government #1
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