October 3rd, 2009

Quote of the Day

Sunny Hundal says the Left needs to

“…get dirty and partisan – I’d say that is exactly where we need to be.”


11 Comments

  1. 1
    Diversity says:

    Labour hasn’t got anywhere else to go. But if they go that way, they will probably throw dirt at and fight with one another, as usual.

    The rest of us not keen on Cameron, and even more leery of much of the party behind him, will just have to vote LibDem.

  2. 2
    Humpty Dumpty says:

    What he means is that they can’t win by any other means, so they’ll try that. And still lose. Awww, bless.

  3. 3
    Charlie the Chump says:

    Bunch of chumps, Dolly and McBasty tried and failed, this will too

  4. 4
    Charlie the Chump says:

    McNasty that is

  5. 5
    Grumpy Old Man says:

    Will anyone notice the difference? Certainly sounds to me like, “business as usual”!.

  6. 8
    oldrightie says:

    A magnificent old adage, shit sticks.

  7. 9
    no longer anonymous says:

    Is this quote online somewhere e.g. LibCon?

  8. 10
    no longer anonymous says:

    By the way, why do these quotes of the day only appear in the RSS feed?

  9. 11
    Anonymous says:

    What a Chump


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What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?


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