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Thursday, 6 January 2011

Nothing changes

My beloved just bought me a gigantic book of old New Yorker cartoons.

This one dates back 77 years to the last great financial collapse. It reminded me of my recent post about Cameron and the mystical "we" politicians always talk about when they mean you and me.

The greatest exponent of this was THE maestro of schmooze, Bill Clinton.

"I feel your pain," he would say.

But did he have any intention of sharing it?

Do any of the rogues?

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