Thursday, 31 January 2008

Three Sheep for every Person in Wales

But how many sheep are there for every sheep?
Too many people in Wales follow the party political dogma, and dutifully but unthinkingly behave like sheep, and we all have heard the story of the one who went to Westminster sporting a red ribbon. Presumably he became a sleeping member until eventually pensioned off.
But that was long ago and times have changed. Who would dream today of electing sheep to the parliament at Westminster, or more significantly, to the County Councils in May?
No, the time has come for change, and no longer will people in the hills and valleys of Wales, or in the cities of the South, automatically and mindlessly vote for these vegetative herbivores. They will, one expects, look around and find a radical and dynamic alternative, in the form of dedicated and enthusiastic young Welsh politicians, sporting a ribbon of a different hue, who see their future tied to the future of their nation.


Anonymous said...

We are known as a nation of Sheep shaggers!
Now I know why!

llizard y llyn said...

You've been a b-a-a-a-d b-a-a-a-d boy and you mutton do it again.

I've noticed an increase in sales of wellingtons recently. Must be the pulling season soon.

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