Thursday, February 4, 2010

The perils of advice: 1661

The earl of Lauderdale was not sorry to see him commit errors; since the worse things were managed, his advices would be thereby the more justified.
--From History of his own Times--

Sometimes advisors don't speak up when they hear other people giving bad advice to the person they work for. They want the bad advice to be followed and for bad things to happen, so the people who gave the bad advice are gotten rid of. Just something to think about it you have lots of people trying to help you.


Trooper York said...

"Sure Senator Edwards you should bang the videographer. Why not? What could happen."

Trooper York said...

"Tell them you are going on a hike Governor."