Friday, February 05, 2010

The Last Ten Years

1. Sometimes the "correct" decision is the decision to do nothing.  Keep your mouth shut else distortion reign.

2. Politicians must always do something.  They like the sound of their own voices.  They cannot keep their mouths shut.  Constant motion is exhausting.  It dulls the brain.

3. Only the brainless or inept (take your pick) remain.

4. Something becomes nothing.  Nothing becomes something.   The soundbite is everything.  Deliberation is absent.

5. Politicians will always say something which is nothing but do nothing when something is the wrong "correct" action.  It may be nonsense but it means something to someone somewhere.

6. Affirmation says nothing.  Who cares?  It's just talk.  Politicians will always do the wrong thing.  Bets are thus won.

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