The drawing illustrates the fact that people cannot often be subdivided into those who talk continual sense and those who talk continual rubbish. Life is more like B) than A), although I would be unwise to generalise.
I am often tempted to believe someones words on the basis that in the past they seem to have talked continual sense, and to ignore the pronouncements of a person on the basis that in the past they have talked continual utter nonsensical rubbish. But in fact there is a chance that this time they have got it wrong when they always used to get it right, or got it right when they always used to get it wrong.
Today I have been reading about the regulations that are planned to prohibit discrimination on the grounds of Sexual Orientation. Simon at Thinking Anglicans has some of the latest news reports and websites saying things. On the one hand some groups are saying that this will mean the end of civilisation as we know it and that what is needed is a massive Christian fightback. On the other hand Simon is saying that if the Northern Ireland regulations are anything to go by there will be widespread exemptions so worrying is not necessary.
I have to say that I find it difficult to take some of the people involved in this debate too seriously because of their track records and the fact that they have often spouted nonsense in the past. I drew this cartoon in order to convince myself that I should listen to the merits of what they say case by case.
I would be unwise to make any further comment as I have just cleaned the bathroom and my sense of judgement may have been affected by vapour from the cleaning products.