Yes, even in these economically stagnant, rainy, sunless times, there are plenty – as The Commentator reminds us today.
Some of my favourites, together with my responses:
3. Only people born before 1940 really know what ‘austerity’ means. Remember this, whining lefties, particularly students upset about paying for their university educations.
4. You are perfectly entitled to ignore the weird bleating emanating from any Bishop. This includes the one with the eyebrows and silly beard.
11. You have never experienced a food riot or a bread queue. Indeed. The daily chaos at the Tesco Express does not count.
14. There’s been a little tinkering but you still have freedom of expression. Hmm. As long as you don’t “use insulting or threatening language”.
17. Gordon Brown is nowhere near the country’s finances. THANK THE LORD.
20. David Cameron hasn’t left anything in the pub for a while. As long as Britain’s nuclear codes are not sitting abandoned underneath an empty seat at Wimbledon Centre Court we should be okay.
23. The Royal Marines are on our side. And so are the Paras. And if they weren’t, I would change sides pretty quick-smart. I would not bet against those people.
See the link for the full list.
So there we have it – our Prime Minister may have lost his political radar leading to the horrifying spectacle of Labour economic policies once again being given credence, and the sun may not have made an appearance in weeks, but things could be much, much worse. And that they are not, let us all give thanks.