Nobody has to be bullied into the job if you do as I suggested. If the council formally has right to pass legislation when the Minister is absent then the wheels of progress keep moving unhindered. It should of been this way, nobody wants the baggage that comes with this position. Let it then be as literally a figurehead as is humanly possible. This way unless it's a direct communication with international parties, or if the council is in a deadlock, a Minister does little to nothing. Much more appeal in that.
I'm just standing here in the rain, offering you the best umbrella.
Regardless of what you think, given it was directed at me, I'm going to take that the way I feel about it. How anyone else feels not in my situation isnt relevant. I'm irritated to say the least. Also, if you think the situation with Potter and Draco is resolved that easily, you dont understand.
The rest of the Gryffindirs here didn't swoop in so I judge it solely on the one I dealt with. That one is unhinged.