We’re Not Glad They Said That – Issue 22


“We (politicians) need more money to attract people into politics from all walks of life.” Silly Sacred Berk Cow – a man with vested interest in getting too much money.

Eds: So, the current 60K wage, the 20K expenses, second money-making home (given by taxpayers’ money) or ‘Treasure Chest’ as it should be known, and the longest holidays in Christendom aren’t already incentive enough then, John! You’re having a giraffe!


Balls said: “A one nation approach to welfare reform means government has a responsibility to help people into work and support for those who cannot, but those who can work must be required to take up jobs or lose benefits as a result – no ifs or buts.”

Eds: So much for legitimate choice and no mention of the quality of the ‘job’ available. Because, let’s face it, how many of us would want a life on meagre benefits or a job that pays little or no more than the meagre benefit rate?


“The Church of England has formally apologised for past child abuse by Anglican priests and its own “serious failure” to prevent it.

Eds: Thing is, it’s not us they should be afraid of, is it, really? Or don’t they believe in the omniscient, omnipresent Lord of All, after all’s said and done?” 

“We are doing it because we are called to live in the justice of God and we will each answer to him for our failings in these areas.”

Eds: Phew, that’s a relief, for God at least.