November 26th, 2009

Quote of the Day

Alan Johnson says

“We are now looking at a watershed election, à la 1945, à la 1979, more so than 1997.”


8 Comments

  1. 1
    Nancy's Stout says:

    He’s been on the sauce again, ‘hic’

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  2. 2
    The Establishment says:

    That Johnson bloke is a clever chap isn’t he? Has he noticed that his team are looking a bit sick for the next election? Although, don’t forget that his former job gives him a certain expertise at managing the postal vote………..

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  3. 3
    Labourbot says:

    Vote Labour!

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  4. 4
    Basher says:

    Yesterdays humiliation of McSaggy at PMQs is provoking the usual panic ridden unpleasant response from the bunker goons.

    Caught on the hop they wheel on self interest protecting stooges and mumble Islamophobia and government written waffle about Cameron chasing poll ratings.

    How about Labours wars in Iraq and Afghanistan for Islamophobia? Robinson’s BBC blog post is rightly getting shot to bits on this plus Nick Clegg’s question that also made a fool of Brown and his followers.

    Torture cover up anyone?

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  5. 5
    Stepney says:

    He really has a brain the size of a small letter.

    Still at least he’s got a skill to fall back on – the rest of the student union won’t have a fucking clue when it comes to getting a real job.

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  6. 6
    The Master says:

    If Labour ministers cut down on the hot air they keep pumping out there would be no need to hold a Copenhagen Summit!

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  7. 8
    Seymour Cox says:

    Does he not notice that in both 1945 and 1979 the incumbents lost

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