April 15th, 2010

Labour Site Becomes Tweet Spin Room

Labour’s trusted twitterers are on the front page of the party’s website, further confirming the belief in Labour circles that twitter is some kind of alternative to democracy.  They have made sure that it won’t be easily hacked.  Not sure what the value is – presumably they are hoping that hacks will consult the page to see what the Labour faithful think of the debate.  A virtual twitter spin room… hmmm…  come back to Guido’s later this evening for a rival virtual twitter spin room…

Spin is cheap, punters put their money where their mouth is, currently the punters on Political Smarkets rate the chances of victory for the leaders in the debates thus:

16:45 David Cameron 55%  Nick Clegg 48% Gordon Brown 29%

18:30 David Cameron 65%  Nick Clegg 48% Gordon Brown 20%

Gordon’s price has improved from this morning where punters where giving him only a 10% chance of winning* tonight’s debate, Clegg was favourite though in late betting Cameron has pulled ahead.   All to play for…

*Winning defined by ICM’s post debate polling results.


227 Comments

  1. 1
    Brown's a Tosser says:

    Funny Gordon has lost before he has started. Par for the course then.

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  2. 2
    Mr Ned says:

    Why give the labour site the oxygen of publicity, full of delusional navel gazers in love with themselves.

    Fuck those parasitic bastards!

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    • 5
      Brown's a Tosser says:

      You can be sure the spin room will be working overtime tonight.

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    • 12
      Mr Ned says:

      I have better things to do this evening, like teaching pinan godan and naihanchi and push hands at a local community martial arts club.

      I very much doubt that I will be coming home to outrageous headlines about a major gaffe or fuck-up. This first debate will be a draw amongst the undecideds, will have changed very few minds, but the core believers will remain unchanged.

      OT milibands fuck up:

      “”JFK, when he said America would send a man to the moon, didn’t then tell Americans to build their own rocket.””

      Um…. yeah he did. How the fuck does Miliband think that America got to the moon? Or is he one of those fuckwit conspiracy nutters that does not believe all the physical proof that man went to the moon?

      Or does he think that the Chinese built it? China was not building them back then!

      what an ARSE HOLE!

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      • 17
        Tell us says:

        have you been to the moon mr Moon

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        • 46
          smig and his friend Keith Moon. says:

          Not since 1978. It was all that tossers McCartney’s fault for getting me pissed at his gaff.

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      • 37
        The Sleeper says:

        It was Jonathan King that got ‘em there…wasn’t it?

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      • 40
        Thats News says:

        Miliband obviously hadn’t heard of the private contractors who helped build the Apollo moon rockets. He is a bit simple, isn’t he?

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        • 79
          Wm T Sherman says:

          It was 100% private contractors.

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          • Mr Ned says:

            Yup, Boeing, JPL, Lockheed Martin and hundreds of other smaller contractors provided the manpower, the design expertise, the engineering and it was the American people that pulled off that amazing technological feat. A feat that has not been bettered in 40 years.

            They were not impeded with politically correct rules, or massive bureaucracy or legions of health & safety Nazis.

            What is more, they came from behind in the race against the state backed communist Soviet Union to win the race to the moon.

            Miliband is a total fuckwit!

            We are incredibly lucky to have a man who was one of the lead engineers on the lunar lander working for our American office in Huntsville. Even in his 80’s he shows NO sign of slowing down and he puts every other engineer I know to shame for work ethic, drive, genius, determination… the guy is incredible. He still works 18 hour days and just simply does not understand the phrase “take it easy”.

            It is giving people like that the freedom to do what they do best that created the magic that got man to the moon.

            New labour strangles people like this. They strangle creativity, energy, freedom, hard work and all the things that allowed Americans win the moon race.

            So when Miliband said, ”JFK, when he said America would send a man to the moon, didn’t then tell Americans to build their own rocket.”

            YES HE DID AND THE AMERICANS DID IT!!!

            Cameron is very wise to follow that lead!

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          • Wernher von Braunshirt says:

            It”s amazing what a sense of national historic destiny, coupled with ‘cost plus’ contracts can achieve.

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          • Wm T Sherman says:

            You left out the part about a highly educated workforce.

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      • 45
        smig and his friend Mr Spoon. says:

        We’re off to button moon,
        Followed Mr Spoon, Button Moon.

        Mr Spoon’s wonky baked bean can of a rocket flew straighter and better than any shite that we made and called BlueStreak.

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      • 69

        We choose to spend to the distance of the moon. We choose to spend your taxes up to the moon in this decade and do the other things, like ban everything, not because they are hard, but because they are easy…

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  3. 4
    Unable to vote says:

    no vote

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  4. 6
    RantinRab says:

    I wonder why ‘In A Future Fair For All’ Harriet is launching a special LGBT manifesto?

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  5. 7
    gone fuckin mental says:

    what you got planned for later guido?

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  6. 8
    Jolyon Wagg says:

    I never fail to laugh at Labour’s self-regarding obsession with twitter; as if it really makes a difference. I have to say I don’t think Sarah Brown waffling on about this and that makes all that much difference to the front line voters. It always reminds me of some really out-of-touch relative trying to show ‘dat dey be down wit da kidz doncha knaa’ by dropping really out of date buzzwords and such…

    Roll on the implosion of the maximum imbecile I suppose.

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  7. 11
    bluehorseshoe says:

    Brown has no chance. He couldn’t win unless Cameron dropped his pants and got it out live on stage.

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  8. 21
    Pavlov's Bell says:

    Is it possible to brainwash this labour cult into committing mass suicide. They make me sick!

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  9. 22
    Peter Perfect says:

    You can 50/1 on Brown offering any of the phrases ” Drat, drat and double drat”, “Curses,foiled again” or “Muttley do something!”.
    Worth a few bob.

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  10. 24
    Gordon Brown says:

    First!!

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  11. 26
    No Votes says:

    Unable to vote

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  12. 28
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    On Sky the other night a bookie was interviewed RE who will win the election who said
    85% of bets were going on Cameron
    15% of bets were going on Clegg
    And in his words
    “We Can’t Buy a bet on Brown

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    • 30
      Gordon Brown says:

      I wouldnt waste my money on that Brown chap

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      • 56
        Gordon ( SoldGoldAtThe ) BottomBrown says:

        I’m confidently running my ‘short’ on Gold. I’m only about six or seven billion quid under water at the moment. Never mind, you Taxpayers pick up all my bills.

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  13. 29
    AC1 says:

    Completely OT.

    http://news.sky.com/skynews/Home/World-News/South-Korea-Striken-Cheonan-Ship-Stern-Raised-As-32-More-Bodies-Found/Article/201004315603178?f=rss

    Look at pic 32 and try not to think of Father Ted’s assistant, Father Dougal McGuire.

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  14. 31
    Pavlov's Bell says:

    Tweetocracy. Politics for poofs.

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  15. 36
    Pavlov's Bell says:

    They have Eddie Izzard! We have Eddie the Eagle.

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  16. 38
    No Votes says:

    None of them will ever vote

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  17. 41
    Canary Wharf Rat says:

    Why do the chattering/political classes think that twittering is so important? Do they think that their tweets are gonna make the slightest difference in the real world? The internet is a great source of news and content but to be honest I’m not really interested in what some psuedo intellectual is spouting or the fact that Stephen Fry is about to take a dump. As my grumpy grandad used to say. Opinions are like arseholes….everyone’s got one.

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    • 66
      twits,the clue is in the name says:

      my budgie twitters away and it knows nothing, get it

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      • 109
        Mr Slater's Parrot says:

        KRR-SKREEEERRRKKK!!! E=MC2 (flutter) (preen) GORDON’SACRETIN!!!

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      • 137
        The name is irrelevant says:

        Yeah, but I think you missed the point; your budgie’s got a brain somewhat smaller than a pea, whereas humans have got really big brains, capable of abstract thought, creating works of art, piloting space-craft, designing cancer-cures.. so.. why would a human spend all day twittering, like a budgie?

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    • 200
      Maximus M. Bacillus says:

      It’s like SMS, but requires an initial outlay of funds and the expertise to operate a computer, rather than a stolen mobi. So it serves the very essential purpose of distinguishing the chavs from the fabians.

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  18. 43
    Catflap says:

    Stephen Fry, being the font of all fucking wisdom, would do enough tweets for Labour on his own.

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    • 55
      Mr Ned says:

      Stephen Fry is a Liberal Democrat. Yeah, The intellectual comedian does vote for fellow comedians!

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      • 74
        saw him on telly says:

        he has a koon to massage his feet

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      • 81
        AC1 says:

        No wonder he’s got depression.

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      • 150
        A mere peasant says:

        It’s probably very difficult for Stephen Fry, who is gay, to support Labour because the Labour Party falls over itself to support those whose religion calls for gays to be thrown from cliffs.

        Peter Mandelson, on the other hand, has no problem, because he’s either incapable of intelligent thought, or pure evil. Or both.

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  19. 44
    Dame Mandelson of Jacksy says:

    Gordon is almost ready for his appearance tonight.

    To begin, he will show off his break-dancing skills, followed by his rendition of I dreamed a dream, next up he’ll pull a live ferret out of his Y fronts before playing the spoons on Clegg and Cameron’s foreheads.

    Yes I know it sounds a bit of a strange strategy but no one has the courage to tell him it’s not Britain’s Got Tallent.

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  20. 53
    The Sleeper says:

    Yet a again..fucking Pravda’s hordes of irrelevent copy writers strike again…..

    “Gordon Brown might hope to get some benefit from the volcanic ash situation, says the BBC’s Carole Walker. In his first few months in office he dealt with the threat of terrorism and the chaos caused by flooding, and his handling of both appeared to go down well with the public. They seem to like how copes with a crisis.”

    FFS…..If China nuked America,the BBC would find some positive spin for Labour from it.

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    • 76
      RavingMad says:

      what we know and the bbc doesn’t is that like the ‘economic downturn’ (yes they still use that phrase), Brown caused the flooding

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    • 89
      Hugh Janus says:

      To think that we should soon be spared the constant dripping poison from Lord Mandelslime of Fumblebum. Apart from seeing the end of McBust, this is about the only thing that is keeping me sane (well, what I call sane, anyway). If they get back in then I shall be joining the queue at Beachy Head, although I suspect it will be a bloody long one. Worth the wait though.

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    • 139
      Mr Ned says:

      What the fuck is he doing about it? He has hidden himself away in a room to practice answering questions.

      Shame he never got any practice doing that at PMQs !!!

      The BBC are labour’s crapaganda wing!

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  21. 61

    Harriet ‘Harm-man’ recent tweet::

    With Sharon in Stevenage today. Launching LGBT Labour manifesto tonight. Then glued to Leaders debate. Go Gordon! #labourdoorstep

    LGBT, hardly rolls off the tongue (gedit?)

    Is this all she’s fucking bothered about??

    Fuck me, there are far more important things than this aren’t there…. ???

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  22. 62
    RavingMad says:

    Mandelson tells Brown to behave …

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2010/apr/15/leaders-debates-general-election-2010

    couldn’t make this up especially as Brown is not supposed to be an obnoxious and odious bully

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  23. 65
    anonymous says:

    If Gordon gaffes bigtime they’ll still be showing it in the warm-ups to the Angleterre Eurozone 6 Central Committee elections in 20 years time.

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  24. 66
    Pavlov's Bell says:

    If Mr Fry is so intelligent why is he supporting Labour? Sheeple marketing ploy? Information Cascading? WTF? Follow the arsehole in front of you?

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  25. 71
    gone fuckin mental says:

    Is the B&P far right or far left?

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    • 85
      Snap,crackle says:

      they are beginning to look middle of the road compared to these fuckers.

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    • 86

      When you are that far right you can easily touch hands with the left.
      Mrs T said of the National Front back in 1978 that they were too left wing to take any right wing votes.
      She referred to their proposals to nationalise all of the north sea oil.

      Speaking of which, if the UK had copied Norway and put all the taxes from North sea oil, exactly as they were, even without the 100% tax.. If all that tax money had just been put into a bank account the UK would have £450 billion to spend.
      Norway’s sovereign wealth fund: £259bn in 2009 and still growing.

      Instead we spent it on…? erm.. well.. well whatever it was I’m sure it was worth it.

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    • 93
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      The B&P’s 2005 manifesto contained the words, “The Owners will work and the Workers will own”. You decide.

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    • 107

      Left wing – their manifesto at the last euros could have been written by Michael Foot, as I said at the time. Grab one of Labour’s from the 70s and the *only* difference you will find is with regard to immigration. Main reason i wouldn’t consider voting for them…

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      • 115
        AC1 says:

        The problems of immigration (and the majority of others) are caused mainly by the benefits system in this country.

        The left want to subsidise the problem, but they’ve run out of other peoples money to do it.

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        • 140
          Immigrant basher says:

          Go home – please?

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          • Abdul says:

            NO WE KILL YOU WHITEY PIGFACES YOU DIE

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          • Mr Ned says:

            Very sorry Abdul, I know it is awfully remiss of us to invite you here and then bend over backwards to allow you to live your life and enjoy your culture as you wish, to the extent of allowing you to plot to kill us for not being of your religion, but would you mind trying to find a way, if it is not too much trouble, to not kill too many of us. I don’t mean to be racist or bigoted in anyway, but if you could restrain your desire to murder us, then we will be very grateful and let you over rule our legal system with your own system of law and bring all your relatives over and breed us out of our ancient customary homeland.

            Yours,

            A very progressive labour supporting traitor.

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  26. 73
    Ed Bollocks says:

    The branch on the linden is leafy and green
    The Thames pours its gold in the sea
    But this is nought to the glory unseen
    The future belongs to me.

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        Gordon Brown 1 says:

        Milton Friedman NewTown. I like it, good idea and it’s built in the NIMBY belt.

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      • 155

        Where are the satirical political programs today?
        Does there have to be a Tory government? Are commissioning editors scouring the country right now for a batch of alternative to alternative comedians?

        Or is it just that no matter how good satire is it makes no difference to anything. {and that one from Spitting Image is so sharp. The old man with the worried face from cabaret played as Ted Heath -genius!}

        That spitting image cruel Tory send up was 1987 – Another Tory landslide.

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  27. 75

    Anyone seen BevaniteEllie?
    She was very big just a few days ago but now nowhere to be found.
    Anyone seen this rising star of the left?

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  28. 84
    Canary Wharf Rat says:

    O/T
    Cherie Booth rejects claims she made money from Gurkhas – Indy.

    She worked for half her “normal” fee……Bless her

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  29. 96
    Snap,crackle says:

    pies amore is looking for a fish and chip shop

    http://twitter.com/johnprescott

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  30. 98
    Longbow says:

    LETTER FROM A HAMPSHIRE FARMER TO THE MINISTER OF DEFRA

    Dear Minister,

    My friend who is in farming at the moment recently received a cheque for £3000 from the Rural Payments Agency, for not rearing pigs. I would now like to join the “not rearing pigs” business.

    In your opinion what is the best kind of farm not to rear pigs on and which is the best breed of pigs not to rear? I want to be sure that I approach this endeavour in keeping with all agricultural policies dictated by the EU under the Common Agricultural Policy.

    I would prefer not to raise bacon pigs but if this is not the type you want not rearing, I will be just as glad not to rear porkers. Are there any advantages in not rearing rare breeds such as Saddlebacks or Gloucester Old Spots, or are there too many people already not rearing these?

    As I see it, the hardest part of the programme will be keeping an accurate record of how many pigs I haven’t reared. Are there any government courses on this?

    My friend is very satisfied with this business. He has been breeding pigs for forty years or so and the best that he has ever made from them was £1,472 in 1968. That is until this year when he received a much larger cheque for not rearing any.

    If I get £3000 for not rearing 50 pigs, will I get £6000 for not rearing 100?

    I plan to operate on a small scale at first, holding myself down to about 4000 pigs not raised. This should realise an income of about £240,000 in the first year. As I become more expert at not rearing pigs, I plan to be more ambitious, perhaps increasing to say, 40,000 pigs not raised in my second year for which I would expect about £2.4 million from your department. Incidentally, I wonder if I would be eligible to receive tradeable carbon credits for all these pigs that I haven’t reared not producing harmful and polluting methane gas?

    Another point, these pigs I plan not to rear will not eat 2000 tonnes of cereals. I understand that you also pay farmers for not growing crops. Will I qualify for payments for not growing cereals to not feed the pigs I don’t rear?

    I am also considering the “not milking cows” business, so please send me any information that you have too. Please could you also include the current DEFRA advice on set aside fields. Can this be done on an e – commerce basis with virtual fields (of which I have several thousand hectares)?

    In view of the above you will realise that I will be totally unemployed and will therefore qualify for unemployment benefits.

    I shall, of course, be voting for your party at the next general election.

    Yours faithfully

    Mr Hill

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    • 104
      Pig in a poke says:

      I just eat mine at the moment but I would be interested in being payed for not rearing them,not letting them die from old age.

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    • 141
      Sir William Waad says:

      Oddly enough pigs are not subsidised in the UK, though they are in other EU countries, inexplicably. I’m talking about actual swine you realise, Sus scrofa, not the piggies you might find in Westminster or the City.

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    • 148
      Canary Wharf Rat says:

      Wonderful!

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    • 208
      stun says:

      superb stuff ** applause***

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    • 220
      Dudley South says:

      Sounds like he’s mastered Euronomics. Make that man Chancellor. The non-debt would be unwiped out in no time at all.

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  31. 100
    Coldfinger says:

    dick head Zac Goldsmith,who has not yet been elected has threatens to quit.collect a full refund on the way out prick.

    http://waugh.standard.co.uk/2010/04/zac-goldsmith-threatens-to-quit.html

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  32. 101

    Twitter really is a wanker’s platform. What the fuck can you say worth saying in 140 characters? Ideal for Labour in fact.

    Fair, fairness, fair society, many not the few, do nothing conservatives, it started in iceland…. fair fair fairfair fair fairfair fair fairfair fair fairfair fair fairfair fair fairfair fair fairfair fair fairfair fair fairfair fair fairfair fair fair

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  33. 103
    The Sleeper says:

    And now,the official Labour Party Broadcasting Corporation has that cockroach Charlie Whelan spouting about the debate.

    That effing foulmouthed c’nut reminds me of the pikey bloke that bangs on your door about tarmacing your drive….and if you say no,your car will be nicked by morning.

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  34. 116
    Pavlov's Bell says:

    Oops Mr Fry is a Lib Dem. That did my head in thinking intellects support Labour. Cameron needs to get rid of its homophobia label. No place for it in modern politics &society.

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  35. 117
    NWO is here says:

    Do you want to know why the left is obsessed with twitter and other social media sites?

    Because the sheeple that use them are basically handing labour and the left the rope they will be hanged with.

    Every little detail of your life, where you live, who you are friends with, what you are doing etc etc.

    It is a control freaks dream, they can find out and use all the information in a matter of seconds for free and blackmail you or shut you up with the click of a button.

    You can be gang banged and threatened online by the left who wouldn’t say boo to a goose in the real world.

    Until people start turning their tricks against them and watch them predictably cry ‘the evil right wing internet boo hoo’ they will continue to be obsessed and run amok.

    The left wing predictably hates the open attitude and freeness of the internet but enjoy the opportunities it has afforded them to advance their cause with little monetary costs.

    That is why they are talking about regulating the internet, it is to keep their details safe from we peons incase we get any bright ideas and decide to play them at their own game.

    The left wing want to use the internet to gain power and then pull the ladder up and ban us from using it against them or advancing like they did like they do with everything.

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  36. 121
    M.T. Bucket says:

    Maybe Mandy could keep Brow on messwage with this at the debate tonight.

    http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=2216

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  37. 122

    Leaders debates highlights.

    Gordon:

    “M..m..m.mm..Mr Cameron…I know Jack Dromey. Jack Dromey is a friend of mine.
    M..m..m..Mr Cameron…You’re no Jack Dromey”

    Dave:

    “Where’s the beef? And is it free range?”

    Nick:

    “I’m here as a clean up man. I’m just a guy showing up after the party with a shovel and a broom. No really, I get paid extra for that.”

    “I don’t have any experience in running up a £1.5 trillion pound debt. But I’m willing to learn”

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    • 143
      Calamity Clegg says:

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      • 217
        Liberal Inspiration says:

        Could I please request that posters desist from continually reposting the same video clip of Mr Clegg and Mr Huhne. Its not funny anymore and was taken completely out of context. Please dont fall for this despicable Tory trick.

        ‘Change That Works For You. Building A Fairer Britain’

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  38. 126

    Allah hates them all (peess be upon him)

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  39. 127
    Gordon Brown says:

    I shall use tonight’s debate to declare my homosexuality and intention to live with Lord Fondlebum

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  40. 130
    Ed Millitwat says:

    Oh boy I hope the Jocko twat screws up (goes to form) so I can get on with my leadership campaign

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  41. 147
    Scattered Marbles says:

    Just seen the glare Mandelslime gave the BBC’s Nick Robinson after he’d asked Jonah whether ‘Alistair Campbell had made a good David Cameron’ whilst rehearsing for the debate.

    It tells you everything you need to know about NuLiebor and their ingrained bullying culture… but how totally satisfying so see the putrid Hunts desperately thrashing around in their dying days.

    Fuck off Brown. Fuck off Mandelson. Fuck off Balls. Fuck off Blair. Fuck off Harperson. Yes Darling, even you… off you pop.

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    • 151
      Bob No Mates Aintworthadamn says:

      Even me?

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      • 159

        No not you. If you’re quiet you can stay.
        No one even knows who you are.

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        • 176
          nell says:

          No he can’t!!! We want rid of him more than most!! Look what damage he’s done to our Armed Services. Bill what are you thinking!!!?

          And let’s not forget that aintbustinagut, in keeping with the rest of rotting labour, has his own little mafia/bullying crew going by the names of rammel and kevan!!!

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    • 152
      A TOTAL CHUMP says:

      Did you see the close up of Nick Robinson’s ear ?
      If Golum had ears I am sure they would be just like his.

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    • 163
      MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

      Why are all these Labour politico’s
      frightened of the little faggot mincing Mandy ?

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    • 167
      Next stop, the Knacker's Yard says:

      Indeed, into a future fucked for all.

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  42. 157
    Mitch says:

    Every time gordoom answers a question properly I will have a swig of single malt, I expect to sleep sober.

    It doesnt matter who wins the debate the public always lose.

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    • 169
      nell says:

      gordon has never ever answered a question put to him . The man’s a crab, goes sideways at everything, and certainly doesn’t understood the real concept of truth as he’s a serial liar.

      I’d like to think tonight’s debate is going to be interesting and lively – let’s hope it is. I have a horrible suspicion it’s going to be a terrible bore because the format just about cuts out, or seems to, any real involvement by the audience. No clapping, no booing, only pre-agreed questions that apply equally to each of the three, asked.

      This might make David Dimbleby’s Question Time look like Roman Gladiator games and much more fun to watch!

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      • 183
        granny whiffs says:

        you said you weren’t going to watch it and read a book

        looks like Brown isn’t the only Liar

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        • 222
          nell says:

          I did!! I am sitting here with my book and I’m bored! That’s why I’m blogging!! These young things writing, what’s it called??, chick lit, think they know everything about everything. Harold Robbins was far more exciting!

          Will I watch it? ——well……………….maybe the first few minutes. To be honest I’m curious now about this format they keep talking about because it sounds so stifling of normal debate

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      • 214
        Brown and soon to be out. says:

        He will start out saying;

        “If I may say so”

        and then it will progress to ;

        “wrong on everything”

        and end in;

        “pills,where are my pills,for god’s sake get me my pills”

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  43. 161
    lord_ashcroft says:

    a tweet worth 140

    http://twitter.com/lord_ashcroft

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    • 164
      lord_ashcroft says:

      twitter tried to take this back off me but I had already bought a title,slimy twat that Hunt

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  44. 162
    Poof says:

    I am gay and I feel there are no high profile positive role models for me in the Conservative Party. I am not a mincer, I am just a regular guy, a bit on the short side. Can the CP accept me for who I am and not in a tokenistic way?

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  45. 165
    Mitch says:

    Has cleggover dyed his hair recently? cos it looks very odd even for a limp. Perhaps its a bilirubin rinse like that Oaten cove.

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  46. 170
    Alongside Cameron & Clegg,Welcome To; says:

    The scum of this earth

    The excrement of our age

    The devil incarnate

    The Impostor

    The Liar

    The Charlatan

    The Coward

    The Bully

    The Utter Utter Jonah,curse of our country.

    Gordon Brown.

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  47. 179
    Mandelsons shitty bellend says:

    Just be yourself Gordon! make up your own words,throw tantrums and mention Ashcroft when asked a tough question.

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  48. 185
    The Sun shines out of Gordon's Arse says:

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  49. 186
    A. Voter says:

    This debate will be hilarious on so many levels, not least on the fact that the audience are not supposed to clap. Given that Labour supporters only reason to live is to hate the Conservative party – and that they have grown up watching ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ and ‘Big Brother’ will they be able to resist the urge to make complete tits of themselves like they did at the launch of the Labour manifesto?

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      Mary Hinge says:

      I bet we’ve been stitched up! T
      he audience will probably made up from the studio crews so they can be fired if they break the rules.

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    Viewer contribution says:

    Hows about a Live Blog Guido? Like the PMQs one.

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    Cassius says:

    Cassius notes that John Prescott has just used twitter to post a spoof poster of Cameron flying in a supposedly private jet.. with the caption “Private Sector Always lets you down”. >> http://twitpic.com/1fsxok

    Which is fine, except that the aircraft in the picture is a British military one, being flown by two RAF pilots in Uniform.

    That’s going to be popular!

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  52. 203
    Who says:

    Fairness for who? All Troughing Lords? All Millionaires? All Bankers? All Pig Politicians? Billionaire Businessmen? All the Slebs.
    All the peasants can eat shit in their old age!

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    Sarah Tweet says:

    thank you to all those sending great heart warming encouraging tweets – and Hi to those funsters asking “what is happening tonight?”

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      I Twitter As I Please,Being Married To Him Is Like A Disease. says:

      Go and do something with some barbed wire, you fat-arsed grotty fraud of a woman.

      You are complicit in keeping that charlatan in No 10 – you must be charged along with the others,you ugly ugly cow.

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      • 215
        Sam Cam says:

        I’m coming out!
        to support dave

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          Sarah Tweet says:

          If any of you horny bloggers want see what a real socialist pussy smells like after a hard days campaigning just pop around the back of Granada studio 2. I promise you won’t be disappointed. Talking of pussy tomorrow we will visit Billingsgate for a spot of campaigning.

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  55. 210
    The day The Sun turned up the heat on Brown. says:

    I was sat in my company’s head office kitchen yesterday and there was a copy of The Sun which I sat and “read” for a while.

    It was amazing just how anti Brown it was – article after article.

    No wonder the famous morning when Brown did his bad tempered interviews with Boulton and Sian Williams amongst the seats at the Labour Conference,the morning after the night before when The Sun declared support for Cameron.

    I reckon that was the time when the labour people knew they would lose the election,hence those amazing scenes at the lectern when the wanker union man Woodley tore up The Sun.

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    last minute advice plc says:

    “Not now, Mr Rochester”

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    Auntie Flo' says:

    Does anyone know if the leaders debate can be viewed live on the internet?

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  58. 227
    B A Baracus says:

    On t’internet nobody can check how times you vote. (allegedly)

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