Cor blimey, I didn't think it would be quite as silly as headline news. I thought I would spoil Gordon Brown's photo opportunity as recently my wife and I have got pretty fed up with the fact that we cannot send our eldest to the state school of our choice. Small beer I guess in comparison with many of the problems faced by so many people in the UK and elsewhere. But it's still important to us.
The main reason I shouted at Gordon Brown today is because I really dislike the fact that he is so dishonest. His conniving on so many issues is rather depressing and he, and so many other politicians from all parties need to realise that it just doesn't wash with voters.
Time for supper, bath the kids, Masterchef final and/or footy. Depends what the boss reckons.
PS - Those looking for a political angle clear off. I'm a floating voter. Always have been.
I'm annoyed with myself for talking to The Telegraph, getting home, straight off the tube, flustered, the work phone rang and I stupidly answered without thinking and then found myself talking. I have little doubt other papers will try to speculate on my life and my family. That's what they're paid to do. It's not for me though thanks.