Quote of the Day/One Liner Wednesday

Today’s One Liner Wednesday entry also doubles as my quote of the day!

It is better to understand a little than to misunderstand a lot.

Anatole France

Amen to that. There’s nothing worse than talking out of your ass because you don’t know anything. Mind you, that was pretty much my exam technique from the age of seventeen onward. And that is Donald Trump/The UK governments general approach right now. Let’s hear it for current affairs!! Woo! /s



6 thoughts on “Quote of the Day/One Liner Wednesday

      • *sigh* Yes, he did. But that doesn’t mean he can’t do something about it before the next election. At the moment, I think he’s dealing with a whole ‘nother kettle of fish, keeping our trade alive not being the least. 40% of our exports go to the US. What can you do when you’ve got an asshat for a neighbour? πŸ˜›

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      • He probably won’t now that he’s basically said nope. At least not in the exact terms that he’s pitched in the past. You know that politicians are experts at pretending they want to change certain things until they’ve made their seats warm. And true, there are more important things like the trade deal etc but voters have sharp (and LONG!) memories, lol. The Liberal Dems in the UK basically ended up being beaten by smaller parties because they reneged on a pretty major campaign pledge about five years prior to those general elections. And the Libs are taking a beating everywhere it seems! Eh…Politics and misery seem to go hand in hand, lol! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚


      • Indeed it does. It scares me to think that electoral reform might be his downfall.
        I think what really matters is to have a leader with compassion. That, to me, is what we need most in the world right now.

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      • It’s always something, but every political leader has their own unique downfall…πŸ˜”… We’ll see. I agree that a leader with compassion is necessary, though. That seems to be lacking nowadays.

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