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Press release from the Department of the Fairly Fucking Obvious (DeFFO)

Here's a bit of news that will really blow your mind.
Government ministers would not have the skills or background to run a private company, a new survey suggests.

In other news, water is wet, bears lack modern sanitation and the Pope is "a wee bit Catholic".

Mind you, as far as I am concerned, most government ministers do not have the skills to wipe their own arseholes, let alone run a company. Or, indeed, a centralised health, education or any other kind of service.

About the only things those fat, corrupt bastards are actually capable of servicing are their massive gourmet appetites and their secretaries.

Comments

Bill Quango MP said…
I take exception Sir!
My Arsehole is very clean.
I have an Intern.
leg-iron said…
I remember reading, long ago, about a Government report into road accidents. It concluded that most collisions were caused by cars going faster than the one in front.

There was another recently that concluded something along the lines of 'poor people tend to live in poorer areas'.

It would be funny if we weren't paying for it.
Jones said…
And they don't do a very good job with their secretaries if the gossip is true.
The Lakelander said…
When you see the state of the Labour Party's finances - technically bankrupt, though supported by letters of (dis)comfort from the unions - is it any wonder that public finances are in such a mess?

Having some government ministers who can walk and chew bubble gum at the same time would be progress.
And it's taken them how long to realise this?
patrick said…
I think they were beaten savagely by their fathers...

They had no choice but to become domineering, stupid, gluttonous and impotent small cocked, saggy minged toss pots…

When we finally get a free world, we should keep one arm of the NHS to house these poor fuckers in….
Anonymous said…
From what I've read not the secretaries...
cookie said…
Even if they did have the skills necessary to run a private company, it wouldn't mean they would do a good job of directing the health care, education etc of their 'customers'. Once in government, their incentives would change and they would respond accordingly. What matters is that shit companies eventually go to the wall. Unless they happen to be Labour party donors, of course.
Roger Thornhill said…
Question: Do MP's sh*t in the woods?

Answer: No - all they can see are trees.

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