A million public sector workers are set to strike today however David Cameron has called this action selfish and damaging.
“It’s not fair,” the Prime Minister said. “The truth is that there are a small group of people and they tend to be ideologically motivated and they are opposed to what me and my much smaller group of deeply ideologically motivated chums are doing.”
“Although I must confess I still don’t know who John Galt is. Gidders thinks he’s one of the funny little men on his country estate but I’m not sure that’s right.”
Cameron’s main grievance against the strikers is that the turnout for the strike ballots was low. He himself become PM in an election with 65% voter turnout of which his party won 23.4% forcing them into the most cynical marriage of convenience since Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes exchanged vows.
“Is it right that people are striking today? No. Is it right that MPs voted themselves an 11% pay rise? Yes,” Cameron stated. “Why? Because reasons. Now be quiet and go to work all of you or Boris will try out his new water cannon.”