Peeved at references to 'noble' Sargent
Am I the only one getting a little peeved at the constant reference to the noble, gracious and dignified manner in which Trevor Sargent resigned?
Dignified relative to what or whom? The standards established by Mr Ahern, Mr O'Dea or Mr O'Donoghue, perhaps? Hardly good role models in this context.
The issue for me is that Mr Sargent was aware this potential time bomb was out there and had ample time to act appropriately.