Saturday, 20 November 2010

Hoist with his own petard

It seems that Schadenfreude is one of the few pleasures still legal. And I got an especially enjoyable dose on hearing that Labour MP Eric Joyce, who only a few days ago had been banging on David Nutt-style about how the middle classes were hypocrites for condemining drug use amongst their offspring while happily jugging back alcohol, has been banned from driving for refusing a breath test. God knows how he got into that situation, but I can’t say I have the remotest drop of sympathy. People in glass houses, and all that...

5 comments:

  1. A story that warms the bottom of my heart.
    I'm gonna say it again and again.
    Don't drink and drive this Christmas kids!

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  2. Well said, Both above
    Anyway drink driving does'nt
    bother me ,I dont drive and I
    certainly dont frequent the saddo sheds that try to pass of as real
    pubs these days ,since schhhhhhhhh you know when.

    Chin chin

    Room with a view

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  3. The phrase "poetic justice" does come to mind. As to how he got into that situation, presumably he's as hypocritical as those he accused of being so.

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  4. Can't possibly get done for drunk driving "two pints" LOL!
    Since 2007 I drink at home !

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  5. I drink and I drive ~ just never in that order. He was banned for speeding 2 years ago, so he's not been a good lad. I wonder whether he came out with the immortal line, "Don't you know who I am?"

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