Monday, September 29, 2008

I actually feel sorry for Aso

Japan's transport minister resigned Sunday after a string of gaffes...

...The resignation of Nariaki Nakayama was an embarrassing and rocky start for Aso, who took office on Wednesday with the lowest public support of any newly appointed prime minister in eight years. Newspaper polls showed his approval rating at just below 50 percent...

Nakayama, a conservative, said Saturday that Japan's liberal-leaning national teachers' union was "a cancer" and should be abolished, according to the Asahi and Yomiuri newspapers. CNN

Many of these old men seem to live in their own never-never land.

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