"Actually, I'm not. They fight for their own ideals, as stupid, short sighted and with the wrong means as they might be, but I do understand what they are fighting for," Percy answered. "I don't want our world exposed to the Muggles. Sure, I might read their books, listen to their music, but there is a difference between prejudice and stupidity. We tell them about us and all hell breaks loose. McGonagall is insane if she thinks her plan would ever succeed. I think a lot of Slytherins will find that they aren't the only pureblood who don't want that. If they only opened their eyes," he finished with a sigh.
"I most certainly was straight before you decided to annoy me," Percy said haughtily. "It's all your fault, you know."
Percy listened to Cass talk about Bletchley and snorted. "That entire family should have ended long ago, but I'll see what we can do there." He'd have to speak to professor Snape again.