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Jeremy Hunt – how dare you?

Is someone having a laugh at the expense of the electorate?

Is this whole coalition government having laugh after laugh at the expense of the electorate?

Jeremy Richard Streynsham Hunt is allegedly the recently appointed Secretary of State for Health.  He has now opened his big mouth and spat out words that he should have swallowed long ago.  Does he not have a way of engaging his brain before opening his mouth?

Hunt has declared that he would favour a change in the law to halve the limit on abortions from 24 weeks into a pregnancy to 12.  Read all about it here.  He’s entitled to his own opinion, of course, but he should keep it to himself until there is a clear need for him to open his mouth and speak.  Why speak out days before the Conservative Party Conference?  There must be a reason somewhere – but I doubt it.

He’s a joke.  He was a joke as Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport.  He was a joke when it came to fiddling his expenses, fiddling his tax liability to the tune of £100,000.  He was accused by a fellow MP of lying to Parliament.  What an upright, upstanding and healthy career he’s not had.

His greatest achievement so far is a failed attempt to export marmalade to Japan.    Amongst other failed attempts to run a business .

He is an abomination now.

Anagrams come to my aid:

Jeremy Hunt = The jury men

Jeremy Richard Streynsham Hunt =  Shhh!  Tyrannic majesty murderer

I feel better now.

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