Thursday, September 23, 2004

What Not To Say In Front Of People 

Laws on the Credibility of an Institution:
  1. Credibility is inversely proportional to speaking time given to quasi-tyrannical nutjobs.

  2. Crediblity is doubly inversely proportional to applause given to said nutjobs if they are given the opportunity to speak.

An example of something that, um, really hurt credibility, according to these Laws:
We are now being coerced to accept and believe that a new political-cum-religious doctrine has arisen, namely that there is but one political god, George W. Bush, and Tony Blair is his prophet.
Seriously, even if you're not one of them chickenhawk right-wing fanatics, doesn't this sound totally inappropriate for a major international conference?
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