Wednesday, January 6, 2010

The sport of politics

When it comes to easy sports there is little easier sport than politics.

A world class tennis player has to dedicate her life from an early age to training and fitness. She has to give up a lot of her childhood and maintain a passion that must be strained more often than not.

By comparison those that want notoriety the easy way just have to turn up and make a racket (not racquet because that would be useful). It seems strange that all the evils of the world can be laid squarely at the feet of one young woman (she was obviously busier than I realised).

The protestors at the ASB tennis classic claim lofty ideals of fighting for freedom and justice. To me, though, they just seem to be interfering with young ladies.

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