May 5th, 2010

Labour : The Disaster Movie


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      Is your organisation for gay socialists?

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        Can't remember my moniker says:

        Three humble shoemakers brainstorming will make a great
        statesman. Chinese proverb.

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        • 19
          Parliament The Disaster Movie says:

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          • Damian says:

            Immigration – an issue of trust – Part 1 of 2

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          • Damian says:

            Immigration – an issue of trust – Part 2 of 2

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          • more pravda control from guido the state op says:

            What is this bullshit from guido the state op, where is the BMP? UKIP didnt give a crap about inmmigration until the BMP started to rise, then UKIP stol half of the BMP manifesto.

            UKIP PLAY FOLLOW THE LEADER – THE BMP!

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          • more pravda control from guido the state op says:

            that would be the same Guido who recently called for an illegal immigrant amesty!

            yes check out his posts from last you, guido is a subversive of the nwo set to guide the sheep into their state controlled pens.

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          • another pravda channel says:

            Guido is a phoney, he has proven that with his craven propagada for the Eurofascist tories and even more so in his obsessive deleting of posts.

            The guy is a fascist

            for real political debate, go to old holborn or fausty, REAL libertarians and not state puppets or eurofascists.

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          • Guido just another pravda channel says:

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          Geordie Scoot says:

          Cobblers!

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          • Anonymous says:

            brilliant

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          • It’s finally arrived. For just the second time this decade, you are finally allowed to make a choice and have your voice heard by the 646 Members of Parliament who are supposed to represent you in our democracy. For the rest of time, you may rest assured they will be working furtively for their Parties, big business, Unions or Lobbyists whilst stuffing as much of your cash into their own pockets as possible.

            And if on Friday, you awake to find nothing has changed, to find the culprits, you need only look in the mirror.

            You’re never going to be asked or consulted. Think tanks and focus groups exist to do that. Armies of special advisers and policy analysts, career politicians and vested interests will beaver away making sure that your voice is not going to be heard.

            And when, as Greece is finding out, it finally dawns on you that it was all just the false promises of an overstretched double glazing salesman, desperate for you to sign on the dotted line so he could claim his commission, it will be you and your children who will have to pay yet again to get out of the mess they got us in to in the first place. And promise to get us out of it they will. As long as you’re the ones paying. Just sign here, Madam, and all will be well. We’ll keep the draughts out.

            So make your choice wisely today. They won’t be asking us, the people, what we actually want for another half a decade and in the meantime our wishes, our dreams, our aspirations and yes, our solutions will count for absolutely nothing. Because only they matter.

            You’ll continue to be monitored, recorded, assessed and legislated against. You’ll continue to work even harder to feed the ever growing behemoth that is the State as it lumbers clumsily and expensively along. You’ll continue to lose your rights to live as an individual as Government puts its own needs above all else and you’ll continue to be treated with abject disdain by those we supposedly elected to represent us.

            Remember, we are where we are because of Politicians. Don’t look to them for the answers.

            Meet the new boss, same as the old boss (the Who – Won’t get fooled again, 1971)

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          • Left buttock to right buttock says:

            Wasting your breath here. This is a conservative friendly zone.

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          • The Sun says:

            TITS! TITS! TITS!

            And our secret weapon, this wanker..

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          • undecided voter says:

            Ooer….you sound quite rattled.

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          • Sir William Waad says:

            As I always say, people need governments, but not as much as governments need people.

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          • barefootcontessa says:

            Old H. You’re spot on.

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          • Greece have had enough of the NWO bilderberg banksters and their puppets looting their country says:

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          PC Please says:

          That is “Three humble shoemakers having a thought shower will make a great statesman.”

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          • PC Please says:

            Ooops. I need to refresh my diversity training.

            “Three humble shoemakers having a thought shower will make a great statesperson.”

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          MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

          Morning ar-moniker !

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          • Can't remember my moniker says:

            Morning Frankie. Did you see my reply to you at 04:30 this morning on last night’s page?

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          • tat is a wanker says:

            Latest UNS Projection Conservatives short by 52

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          • MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

            no i’ll go and have a look

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          • MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

            Yes just found it
            i dont get down to Rusholme very often
            i think the last time was25 years ago to an Indian called the Sanam
            i think thats how you spel it but it was good

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          • Can't remember my moniker says:

            I’ll buy you one there, next time I’m back.

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          • It’s the Sangam, Frankie – not been there in five years, but the tandoori lamb chops used to be wicked.

            For preference, I used to go over t’hills to Bradford and go to the Kashmir – no licence (bring your own beer OK), formica tables, and you used to have to ask for cutlery, ’cause the proper way to eat a curry is with chapatis.

            There used to be some great Halal cafes up around Shude Hill in Manchester too – I reckon you could happily survive just on the pilau rice in some of them…

            Mind you, here in Aldershot we have some great Gurkha places, so I’m happy even though exiled in the South.

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          Gobshite says:

          Revenge is a dish best served cold.

          Ancient Klingon proverb.

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          • Gordon's favourite Butt Plug says:

            Best served repeatedly.

            Old Marine proverb

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          • Mr Ned says:

            Aw bollocks. Re today’s quote of the day :”“The basis of Lockean thought is his theory of the Contract of Government, under which all political power is a trust for the benefit of the people. His thinking underpins our ideas of national identity and society. Please don’t let those who seek to ban our beauty win. Vote to save Page 3!””

            I’m voting to save page 3!!! It’s a Great British institution dontcha know!

            LMAO!

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          more sleaze says:

          Sounds like a load of old cobblers

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      • 355
        more sleaze says:

        I thought it was warm beer

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      • 722

        Sir Trev, his organisation is not for socialists of any kind…

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      Right Bastard says:

      Get lost!

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      Up sh1t creek says:

      Postal voting fraud by New Labour.

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      • 18
        Wing Co. says:

        This is just wrong wrong wrong what happened to democracy why are our troops KILLLED to support democracy abroad when we can’t even get it right here?

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          Hang The Bastards says:

          Corruption and self greed is in NuLabour DNA.

          These bastards need wiping out !

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          Hattie Harperson's curiously cavernous front bottom says:

          But we have got it right, here! That’s why, in the interests of efficiency, the Bengali-wing of the Labour Party have already completed your postal vote.

          I would like to thank you, and all your neighbours, including the ones who don’t exist, for voting Labour.

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          • udderly 'orrible says:

            McLiebour the only party in history so to despise the electorate of the country it governs that it deliberately introduced a policy to indenture an entirely new set of immigrant voters and purge domestic politics.

            Its Neather policy encourages uncontrolled immigration from outside the EU to “change the face of the country forever”.

            Vote Liebour, get a foreign land.

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        • 103
          Anonymous says:

          Why ? Because we voted socialists in. How many times does it have to end in a clusterfuck before we put 2 & 2 together ?

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          • Anonymous says:

            “Mrs. Duffy, the bigoted lady friend of Gordon never learn”, say Confucious, “and keeps on voting Labour.”

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          • VGER says:

            How long? Time for an Orwell quote:

            “A boot stamping on a human face. Forever.”

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        • 201
          SarahN says:

          Mad, isn’t it? We wage war to force democracy on people who don’t want it (Afghanistan), maybe we should take the troops home and invade Tower Hamlets.

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        • 440
          Susie says:

          They’ve certainly got democracy (ours) in Bangladesh, Ghana, Afghanistan. Doesn’t it make you proud?

          http://gulfnews.com/news/world/uk/bangladeshis-vote-in-british-election-via-donated-ballots-1.622216

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          • D L George says:

            Yeah and guess who they’ll be voting for Susie.

            Bl**dy disgace.

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          • Susie says:

            It’s because Bangladesh (and possibly Afghanistan and Ghana) will be flooded from global warming (err… flooding is not unknown in river deltas).

            Of course most of them voting LibDem has absolutely nothing to do with the Liberal’s 10 year amnesty at all — perish the thought.

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          • Old Seth says:

            FUCKING UNBELIEVABLE!
            The lunatics really have taken over the asylum.

            “And the votes are in”:
            LimpDem – 51.3%
            Liebour – 26.1%
            Conservative – 20.6%
            What a surprise!

            Still, it’s good to see that all these voters – *in 3rd world slums* -yeah! – have TVs, PCs and mobile phones to enable them to make use of our fuckwitted idiocy.

            “They text their vote to a local number, which will then be sent to people in the UK who have pledged to vote on their behalf.”
            “We will do our best to pair people up individually. However, it’s more than likely we won’t have exactly the same number of people on both sides of this project. If necessary, we will calculate the proportions for each party, randomise who to send which result to, and fire out the emails/texts.”

            No chance of fraud there then!

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        Blue Lady says:

        Of course postal voting will result in fraud. That was the whole reason Nuliebore introduced it. We could end up with 5 more years of Brown thanks to our biased voting system and corrupt postal voting. We are turning into a banana republic!

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          JN says:

          Bring UN monitors before the poll and the IMF after.

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          Nick Clegg's immigration relocation, relocation, relocation advisor says:

          Turning into a banana republic?

          We docked at that particular destination, some years ago.

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          Flawed system says:

          Electoral Reform Society (ignored)

          ‘The Society believes that turnout is not falling because voting has got more difficult, and thus postal voting is not the best way to increase political engagement. Given the widespread evidence of fraud, and the inherent risks of security and secrecy that can realistically never be overcome, the Society does not believe postal voting is ready for wider use.’

          Yet it has been introduced and reports of fraud have and are rolling in.

          The key question to ask is ‘cui bono’. Who benefits.

          The best way to minimise fraud is Sunday Voting (not working day Thursday) and physical attendance at polling stations with out of district staff.

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          • Lil Olmey says:

            Who benefits ? I think we all saw the answer to that question just a few days ago.
            Electoral fraud : it’s in ZNL’s DNA.

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          • Susie says:

            And the LibDems.

            Haine and Balls’ pleas to vote LibDem where suitable, might quite possibly be attempts to mask the fraud — wouldn’t it be strange if 90% of the postal votes were for Labour, whereas they only had 20%/a mix from those who voted at the polling station?

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        Pola Uddin says:

        Oh yes indeed we are making democracy. The 37 lodgers registered at my London address have already voted Labour to a man and the 43 registered at my Maidstone flat have done likewise. If Parliament bought me a third home I could make even more democracy!

        How I love this democracy! Except of course that we peers and lunatics can’t enjoy the ballot. Bad marks, Britain.

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      • 271
        Twatspotter says:

        Why hasn’t anyone put a comment about BBC political bias here?

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          revolting peasant says:

          It’s been pretty comprehensively covered before.
          But I thought John Humphries was dreadful on R4 Today this morning. His interview with Michael Gove was a disgrace.
          - what’s the point of asking an interviewee a question and then shouting them down during the answer to the point where the listener can’t hear.
          -what’s the point of trying to pin the Tories down on the question of PR and hung parliaments when they’ve been in opposition for 13 years?Surely that’s a question he should put- in an equally bombastic and aggressive manner- to Labour.

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          • Anon says:

            I’ve noticed this style of interviewing is right across the board, the interviewer asks a question, and then interrupts the interviewee before they have finished answering. Most annoying.

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          • Susie says:

            Let’s hope Mr Humphries’ Greek villa is safe from the rioting mob today… perhaps this was the reason he was more tetchy than usual, out of natural concern for his family and property.

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          Mdame Defarge says:

          I think the BBC has seen the light, a bit late in the day but there are encouraging signs mainly lead by Brillo and the Daily Politics which seems to be putting everyone under robust scrutiny, particularly Labour.

          It may well vary from programme to programme due to the political stance/placement of editors.

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          • ST says:

            Agreed the DP now offers more robust scruitny than Today. Mainly because Humpy doesn’t appear to do any research and just shouts.

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          • Ivor Tapeworm says:

            Time to weed out the Common Purpose fifth columnists

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          • revolting peasant says:

            I agree the Daily Politics is fair and even handed.Brillo and the female presenter appear to be on top of their brief and interview effectively.
            But sadly much of the tv and radio political coverage this election has been highly partisan. We all know the papers have had various owners and their allegiances to satisfy over the years, but it’s very sad to see other media outlets abandoning any vestige of impartiality.

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          • Old Seth says:

            Brillo and DP are simply a token gesture to balance. Al-Jabeeba knows they count for nothing compared to the 6 and 10 News, Newsnight, R4, etc, all jammed full of “Tories admit to eating babies”.

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          D L George says:

          I just wrote into ‘Have your Say’. My comment was in moderation for about two minutes before it disappeared without a trace.

          Biassed Broadcasting Corp has liebour Luvvies everywhere.

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        Mrs Duffy says:

        There are 3 in Bolton Bury and Mrs Duffy’s Rochdale. Fucking Muzzy’s

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      • 523
        James says:

        Brown caught out lying again. It turns out there are 4 times as many EU migrants working in Britain than Brits working on the continent.

        http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/politics/lawandorder/7678536/Labour-in-fresh-immigration-row.html

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      Wing Co. says:

      How did the song go – ‘Things can only get better’ – no more Nu Lab please.

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      Up sh1t creek says:

      Gordon Brown, the worst Prime Minister the UK has ever had….

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        WAR-CRIMINAL APOLOGISTS says:

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        Anonymous says:

        Look at the venom on the interviewer’s face ( @ 43 s )

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        • 525
          Anonymous says:

          Remind me, how many mansions does Tony own now? about 5 or 6 I think. And how much is he worth – about £20 million that we know of? Still, he needs to keep the old lady happy. Just hope the kids don’t have to pay too much inheritance tax when he pops his clogs. Probably got it all tied up in offshore tax avoidance plan, no doubt.

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        Mr Ned says:

        labour the record breaking party.

        They broke the record for the most people taking to the streets to protest against them with the countryside alliance march in 2003. Then SMASHED that record only a few weeks later with the March against the Iraq war!!!

        They gave us the worst EVER Prime Minister in Tony Blair and then went to to better that record by giving us an even WORSE Prime Minister in Gordon Brown.

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      Dorian Smith says:

      Good morning New Labour Pride, is there anything in the video you disagree with?

      Seems to sum up your party’s 13 years in office nicely, don’t you think?

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      MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

      You are Jonty Proir and you suck Labour Cock

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      Anonymous says:

      they had 5hrs on video but edited down to 10 mins

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      Ampers says:

      You must be on the Sunday Times top 100 richest people in the country. They have seen their wealth increase at an average of 30% in the last year.

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        Mrs. S. Brown says:

        Along with Tony Bliar, Mindy Mandy and Jonny Prescott. I’m worried – how is Gordon going to manage when he is chucked out on his ear. Has he salted any money away. Did Tony give him any tips on how to become a millionaire? How will he pay his brother’s cleaner?

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    • 115
      Smig says:

      Vote Labour if:

      You want further economic misery. Watch Labour print more money to inflate its way out of debt. Watch your salary and wages stay the same while the cost of living soars.

      Watch as the bankers get away with massive bonuses while you struggle to feed your family. Watch as your car gets towed away because you had to choose between paying a car loan or clothing your loved ones.

      You want the state to control more of your life. More CCTV to track your every move. Move speed cameras to fine you. More laws to snoop on your email, your internet browsing and your banking transactions.

      You want more kids getting worthless certificates form the schools and colleges. Watch as your children become less educated, more dumbed-down and less likely to hold government and authority to account than you.

      Our universities vomiting forth graduates in BAs in fuckwittedness and gobshitism. Watch while these graduates cannot find a job in their chosen field of study and end up stacking shelves at Tesco with 25 grand of tuition fee debt hanging around their necks.

      Watch your pension fund be eroded further by another raid on savings.

      Watch as the workers of utility companys start to go on strike and your toilet backs up with the waste of your collective bowels. Watch while your lights flicker and glow dim as the overseas owners of electricity generating companies transfer power overseas to their home markets.

      Vote Labour if you want the EU to control every aspect of your life. From your first cries as a new born to your final exhaustive breath, you will be controlled, herded, and treated as nothing more than a resource to be exploited and enslaved by the politburo of the EUSSR.

      Vote Labour and you vote for dystopia.

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        Universal hiss says:

        Great post. I agree with every word.

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        Tossflap Watch says:

        And vote Labour if you’re a tossflap!!!!!

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        Tossflap Watch says:

        But yes, great post. Sums it up perfectly.

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        Non-Working Class Peasent says:

        very well put

        but in all honesty do you think things will be much different under the tories or the libe-dems?

        they’re all a bunch of puppets for the global elitists and the same policies will roll out regardless.

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        • 442
          Smig says:

          No better at all under the three main UK parties.

          I was going to vote “tactically” again, although that usually involves me spoiling my ballot and writing “none of the above” across it.

          This time i’m voting UKIP.

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        Brown's a Tosser says:

        Not much to disagree with there. NuLabour the party of broken pledges with lies running through its core. Simple decision really but the truth is there are many simpletons out there who see your arguments in reverse and that is the real problem.

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        • 520
          Smig says:

          Too many people are scared of moving away from voting Labour.

          This change frightens them. Too many have the ingrained naivety of “my grandparents voted labour, my parents voted labour, i’m ‘expected’ to vote labour.”

          Its the feeling of “duty” by so many people that greatly disappoints me. They continue to vote red because they are scared of the consequences. Scared that the free suckle at the nations teet will be taken away from them.

          I am not my grandfather, I am not my father. I am me.

          Since when my Grandfather first voted, the Labour party has changed immensely. No longer is it the choice for those that work and want to improve their lot with an improved education via, as an example, nightclasses at the local Tech College.

          Labour has become the party of choice for the lazy, the incompetent, the bedwetters, the hand-wringing fools with nothing better to do than shuffle paper while they could be using their hands and minds vocationally; to create, to sell, to look after themselves.

          The core labour vote is scared. It wants to hide behind the skirts of its wetnurse. Hide from the economic and social disaster that has occured during as a result of the incompetence and disastrous housekeeping by that very same nurse.

          The overwhelmingly red portion of the electorate needs help, the red tory portion needs help. Once more UK needs to pull its finger out, stand up and be counted.

          Get busy living, or get busy dying.

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        Mrs. S. Brown says:

        Sheer poetry!

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        30% of the electorate (c.e) says:

        I always vote Labour cos they believe in doing good.

        It’s just unfortunate they always fuck up, and get rich doing so.

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          Smig says:

          I have faith in God, but I do not expect Him to help me out when I’ve got myself into a hole of my own digging.

          If Labour believe in doing good, I wish they had shown some ability to put it into practice without selling mine and my fellow Briton’s future down the river.

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    • 119
      Anonymous says:

      I couldn’t watch it all the way through. Nausea got the better of me when I heard Gordon’s voice.

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    • 131
      Anonymous says:

      Die red C’unts.

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      charlie harper says:

      this should be madatory viewing for anyone even thinking of voting labour!!!!!!!!

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      • 244
        Still undecided says:

        Nah! they’d stand up and cheer!

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          The Ape Man Commeth says:

          How? Why? What makes these stupid blind fuckers cheer? I can understand some, who’s poxy jobs depend on a quasi communist government, voting for the fucks, but cheering, like their at some sort of pop concert, for a shit-faced arsehole who has fucked-up every aspect of social life in England and beyond leaving the poor poorer, the rich richer, and criminalizing ever other c’unt but themselves, this makes no sense at all.

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          • D L George says:

            Worse.

            Bear in mind the lady from last week. It took Brown to embarrass Her in front of the World press before She’s decided against. There are many many MILLIONS more like Her. We’ll find out just how many tomorrow night.

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          • Mrs. S. Brown says:

            They’re brain-washed, just like Pope Benny’s lot!

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      From the office of The Prime Mincer says:

      CONFIDENTIAL TACTICAL VOTING ADVICE

      (you all know its not something we’re allowed to recommend but here the inside track from the strategy bunker)

      If you are in a Vulnerable Labour Seat Vote Conservative to keep the Libdems out.

      If you are in a Vulnerable Libdem Seat Vote Conservative to let us in.

      If you are in a Vulnerable Conservative Seat Vote Conservative to keep Libdems out.

      If you are Vulnerable Vote Conservative to keep us in.

      If you Labour Vote Conservative to hold our vote up.

      If you are Conservative Vote Conservative we can’t help you anymore.

      If you are Libdem Vote Conservative to increase our share of the vote.

      Remember Vote Conservative to help us outwit the rest.

      If you are unemployed, feckless, stupid or halfwitted, employed in the public sector, your parents voted Labour or you are on the benefits carousel in any way Vote Labour as your future is in our hands and we stoop as low as it takes to make sure you stay there.

      Thank you for your wonderful support during the last 13 years … we hope you all appreciate everything we’ve done for you … we certainly appreciate what we’ve done for you the country and most importantly ourselves.

      Must dash as am just helping Gordon pack his comics between whinings to the great unwashed the bedrock of our glorious 13 years. Pip Pip

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    • 660
      Anonymous says:

      If you can afford to vote Labour, ie if you are paid by the state, Tony Blair or a non-dom. Everyone on middle to low incomes, we are for it thanks to Broon and his utter squandering…

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      Andrew S says:

      Is that music by Jade Warrior?

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    AC Countant says:

    Blair’s back again? He’s gonna have to pay UK tax on his worldwide income at this rate

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      Up sh1t creek says:

      Tony Blair is only back to give his personal backing to £116,000 (and porn DVD’s) expenses fraudster Jacqui Smith

      Luckily for Blair, he had all his expenses claims illegally shredded.

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        Disgwaceful! says:

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        The Court of Public Opinion says:

        TB was very generous with our troops helping the Americans with their oil war. He was the only one in Britain who wanted the help invade Iraq. After scarpering, he’s worth £20M. The usual whitewash inquiry will find no-one to blame. The illegal war went against UN resolutions, making them a “follow them if it suits you” impotent joke for ever more. And all the UK got from it was a bunch of pointlessly killed soldiers.

        Fivebellies porno only had a 2,143 majority last time. Good luck with that, love.

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      • 165
        Canary Wharf Rat says:

        He’s back to versee the shredding operation in Westminster

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      Mr Plum says:

      Whats he back for, not to help with the election is there to influence Browns successor

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      • 166
        Anonymous says:

        Tomorrow, when the “undecided” get into the voting booth, they will remember that LieBlair took us into war & Brown screwed the economy.The “straight kinda guy” & the man who “got rid of boom & bust”.
        The votes will not be for LieBour.Cameron by 30-55.

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          We're all doomed says:

          Hope you are right.

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          Jan says:

          Can’t understand why any of the M………ms in the UK would vote for Nu-Liebor. Who do they think gave the orders to kill their ‘brothers’? However,Tony Bliar is very popular in some of the Gulf states as he rid of them of madman Saddam. Think how hard it was for the Kuwaitis having him breathing down their necks Does anyboidy here realise how evil he was and what damage he did to this small country? They were just there ripe for the picking.He was an evil greedy man and deserved his fate.He not only killed his own people but killed many Kuwaitis. I have an interest here and can only speak as I find.I have great respect for the Kuwaitis.They are incredibly generous and hospitable people. I for one am glad that Saddam has gone.Now,all we need to do is get rid of another madman by voting out McDoom.

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    • 383
      P. Doff says:

      If only the Icelandic volcano would belch forth more ash and so choke off Blair’s escape route on his exec-jet!

      On second thoughts… let the ash choke the jet’s engines when he’s over the sea at 30,000 ft!

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    English John says:

    Billy Liar. Weapon of mass revultion.

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    A disaster, its multi lane pile up

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      Can't remember my moniker says:

      I remember from my banking and insurance days, the underwriters dreaded scenario: Two jumbo jets colliding over Wembley Stadium on Cup Final day.

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        Lloyd's Aviation claims broker - retired says:

        I thought it was two jumbo jets colliding over New York containing the boards of two or more major US companies in the rush hour.

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          Can't remember my moniker says:

          The poetical side of me would suggest that yours does not quite scan as well, sir.

          May I postulate a further formulation:

          Two jumbo jets containing the Labour Government and the Unite Union collide over the Millennium Dome, wherein the party faithful are awaiting their addresses.

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      • 369
        more sleaze says:

        fuel air bomb, have you seen the price of petrol!

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    reaperghost says:

    just watched this on the specie. should be on main stream telly every two hours.

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    1911 says:

    Listen to Blair and you realise that Cameron is just a poor 2nd rate facsimile of him.

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    duke_of_monton says:

    I think I knwo why Brown is smiling so much in this campaign. It is psychological.
    He is more relaxed because he doesn’t feel pressure. He is the underdog. Just like Clegg was in the first leaders debate. The Underdog doesn’t feel the pressure as much.
    Brown knows he is doomed, so he’s relaxed about it all; hence the smiling.
    It’s like Portsmouth. Couldn’t win a game until they knew they were relegated.

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      sockpuppet #4 says:

      Yes. Watch out for them brining in games tommorow.

      Darling will have connect four.
      Brown will have kerplunk.

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    • 106
      Blue Lady says:

      Brown is smiling because he’s got no intention of leaving. Just watched a Sky News poll tracker showing how Labour could end up with more seats than Tories even if they are 6 or 7% behind. If DaveCam doesn’t get an overall majority, our crazy system allows Brown to stay where he is and have first go at getting into bed with Clegg. We really could be stuck with this lot for another five years. They could lose the vote but still cling to power and of course Brown will think it is his divine right to do so – for the good of the country of course!! After all, he did save the world!

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      • 113
        oldrightie says:

        Snotty is smiling because he has 45 million postal votes in the bag. The bag is right now being distributed to all the polling stations across the UK.

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        • 249
          Lil Olmey says:

          The giveaway will be when McRuin’s stooges get elected in seats where they weren’t even standing.

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    • 160
      Anonymous says:

      He wants more than anything to be an ELECTED Prime Minister which he has not achieved yet.

      His personality traits blind him to the reality that he is widely hated by most. The only reason he can appear relaxed is he has lost all true perception of reality.

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      • 271
        Mr Ned says:

        And with his psychology, he would genuinely believe he was elected, even if his share of the vote is third!

        We need to unelect this bastard totally and fully!

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    • 364
      Rambling Madly says:

      Brown is smiling because he’s thinking of all those happy days under the conference duvets with Tony and Mandy.

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  8. 14
    Tapestry says:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/election/article-1272499/General-Election-2010-Could-election-settled-court.html

    Yes and who’s been packing the courts with friendly judges these last thirteen years, changing selection criteria away from competence to political attitudes, pro-EU being essential? Why? Sir Thomas Legge, the Labour Party apparatchik and insider’s insider who engineered the expenses scandal, and ensured the Blairs were untouched.

    The Blairs have dug in the electoral system with fraud years ago, and set up the judiciary to stop any backsliding on the EU.

    Are people finally waking up? Only two days before an election. It’s pathetic really. The evidence of voting fraud has been around for five years and more. Why did no one say a word until now? It’s unlikely to be possible to do much about it in two days.

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    • 52
      Tapestry says:

      Who’s been appointing the judges?
      Why? The same Blair-placed people who ensured the electoral system has become compromised with fraud.
      If people turn to the courts, Blair had that angle covered nicely years ago.
      An incoming government won’t be able to touch the appointment of judges retrospectively, or even prospectively.
      Read Stitch-Up.

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    • 110
      bergen says:

      Sad but true.For the first time since the Stuarts,the judiciary serve the government.They have packed the Courts with politically correct placemen.

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      • 164

        ‘For the first time since the Stuarts..’

        And what are the common factors between New Liebour and the Stuarts?

        Jockness, gayness and financial incompetence, all intertwined in a trifecta that will lead to Civil War.

        Anyone know a good Cromwell?

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        • 224
          Anonymous says:

          A tag team of Old Holborn and Mad Frankie Fisher?

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          • Animal says:

            You can add me to that team as well.

            If Liebore are returned to power from the election I will not rest, leave no stone unturned and use every last ounce of my energy to make sure everyone realise their mistake in not removing the cancerous tumour that remains in Westminster.

            Liebore must be voted out.

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          • Susie says:

            Watch out for the tasers. All the coppers have them.

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        • 541
          Shire Tory says:

          Too obvious I’m sure but:

          You have been sat to long here for any good you have been doing. Depart, I say, and let us have done with you. In the name of god, go!

          Better might be:

          “Weeds and nettles, briars and thorns, have thriven under your shadow, dissettlement and division, discontentment and dissatisfaction, together with real dangers to the whole.”

          Or we can say on Friday morning:
          “This is a righteous judgement of god upon these
          barbarous wretches, who have imbrued their hands in so much innocent blood….”

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    • 116
      Lord Fondlebum says:

      Until you realise that EVERY sinew of Government, including charities, quango’s and the media, have been politicised, nothing makes any sense. But that was the plan from day 1 of a Nu Labour government. By doing so, they could rule for 1000 years.

      Or 13 years maybe.

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  9. 21
    We're all doomed says:

    I still fear waking up on Friday and finding out that we have 5 more years of this.

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    • 34
      Anonymous says:

      We’ve got a lifetime of this ahead, unless we break LibLabCon.

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      • 76
        Dorian Smith says:

        so what’s your alternative?

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        • 142
          Smig says:

          UKIP.

          The X goes next to the UKIP candidate tomorrow.

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          • Al says:

            Fat lot of use voting for Dads Army UKIP will do!

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          • Mr Ned says:

            Well, IF UKIP stood any chance of winning in my constituency I would 100% be voting for them, NO QUESTION!

            However, with only one or two percent of the vote here it, sadly, makes no sense. It is a clear two way battle between labour and tory here in this constituency and believe me, I have been doing my level best to get people to wake the fuck up. They remain hypnotised by the media into supporting the mainstream two. UKIP have utterly failed to make any impression here and I am gutted about that!

            So given it will be a lib/lab/con victory, I would rather a con version of it than a lib/lab version. I know that they are all new world order puppets but hopefully the con version will be on the slow lane to the NWO, rather than the express shortcut route of lib/lab.

            There will be minor differences between them and I hope (rather than expect) that the tories can create a less intrusive government that draws back the surveillance state. I doubt that they will have the power to do much about the EU, but I would love for them to prove me wrong. The sovereignty bill and the bill of rights that they propose are essential starting points. Scrapping the criminal and terrorist protecting human rights act and replacing it with a common sense bill of rights is something I can vote for.

            I do not believe for one second that the tories will achieve all, or even most, of what they promise, but even that much would be better than the prospect of a lib/lab fudge giving us the worst of both and a fast-track to a single EU state replacing the UK in its entirety by EU controlled regions!

            I did my level best for UKIP, but with the reality of the situation in THIS constituency, I will, (I am very sad to say), be voting Conservative.

            Then after this election, I shall keep doing my best to wake people up to the NWO and get UKIP or the B&P elected next time, (If we are so fortunate as to have a next time).

            I wish Nigel Farage the very best of Luck in Buckingham and I wish I could vote for his party here.

            As it is, every vote counts here, so due to the local mathematics, I cannot realistically help UKIP (as I would love to do), so the next best thing is to cast my vote to damage labour. That is what I shall be doing.

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          • Dorian Smith says:

            UKIP won’t break “LibLabCon” as anonymous puts it. I am rooting for Farage against Bercow, but the UKIP campaign has done themselves no favours at all.

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          • Smig says:

            Mr Ned, you have given it a considered and thoughtful choice.

            I can’t detract from that at all. Blue EU is better than a red one.

            Good luck in your continued struggle to wake people up.

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    • 39
      Can't remember my moniker says:

      Do not worry. I shall be making my apology to all earthworms on Friday, as promised.

      Gordon Brown is so low, he could walk underneath one wearing a top hat.

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    • 58
      Your worst nightmare says:

      “I still fear waking up on Friday and finding out that we have 5 more years of this.”

      Oh you will my deere – you will! You will!!

      And worse – Bliar will be in bed beside you, – and PrezzClot under the bed – and HaPerson asking if you’d like something to help you ‘get going’.

      G*d, I feel ill now.

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  10. 28
    Geordie Scoot says:

    Well that’s convinced me. I look forward to Dot Cotton’s promo for the BMP.

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  11. 29
    Public Lavatory Attendant says:

    Guido poll: Lab 43% Libdem 48% Tories 2% Guido Fawkes 20005%.

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  12. 31

    Sarah Browns’ face says it all.

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  13. 35
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Jesus H Christ even Vera’s standards have slipped

    “a ar kid i fink all millionaires shud sport Laabour”

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  14. 36

    My Manifesto

    Cut the state employee size and pensions – saving 7 bil per year
    Pay freeze for 2 years – saving 3 billion per year
    Cut ALL foreign aid for 3 years – savings 10 billion per year
    Negotiate with Banks to make philanthropic donations for schools and hospitals e.g Barclays Hospital Trust etc. – savings of 10 billion per year.
    Send all non british citizens in prisons back to their own countries – 3 billion per year.
    Stop all non eu immigration for 3 years – savings 3 billion per year.
    Blitz on benefit scroungers and back backers – savings 3 billion per year.

    There I have saved 39 billion per annum and thats without even raising revenue. simples!!!

    vote me

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    • 100
      CuttingEdge says:

      1 million back-room public sector workers – cost to the taxpayer? £35billion or more
      1 million ex-public sector workers on the dole – cost to the taxpayer…£15billion?

      Saving? £20 billion

      Simples

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    • 305
      Axe The Telly Tax says:

      Pull out of the EU saving around £10 billion a year.

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    • 309
      Anonymous says:

      Withdraw from the EU – 50 Billion per year.

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    • 422
      Rambling Madly says:

      Give Scotland back to the Scottish.

      Saving: £30 billion a year

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      • 428
        Rambling Madly says:

        Oh, and give Wales back to the Welsh.

        Saving, £20 billion a year

        Give Northern Ireland back to the Northern Irish.

        Saving, £20 billion a year

        Give Cornwall back to Cornish.

        Saving, £5 billion a year

        That’s £75 billion without breaking sweat.

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        • 483
          Gladys Ribby-Brown says:

          Can we not cut Ireland loose in totality and send to the Yanks?

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          • Rambling Madly says:

            They couldn’t afford it. We’d have to send it to the Chinese.

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          • UKIP Until We're Free says:

            Why not give it to the Israelis ?

            They’ll never find peace where they currently are but, put into Northern Ireland, they would quickly sort out the little local difficulty there, because the Yanks would never support Sinn Fein against Zion, then they’d take over the South, massively improve the economy there, produce lakesful of kosher Guinness and circumcise the leprachauns.

            Must get a job at the UN one day………

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  15. 38
    gillian_duffy says:

    ahhhhhhh

    current polls put labour the largest party

    what is wrong with people!!

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    • 54

      the problem is with people today they are not bigoted enough. from where are they all flocking?

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    • 55
      Kev says:

      they want a hung parliament because they don’t trust any of the bastards

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      • 75
        Lil Olmey says:

        It’s the McRuin-controlled MSM that want a hung parliament.
        The people of this country want a HANGED parliament.

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    • 57
      Lord Fondlebum says:

      Never under estimate the sheer stupidity of the general UK populace. Intelligence Quotient – they wouldn’t know what it meant and couldn’t spell it.

      I did spell it rite, didn’t I?

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      • 154
        Its clear says:

        A pox on your houses liblabcon, what is the real difference between them, fuck all. You tories feel agrived because you think its your right to have the next go.
        Labour is shit
        Lib dums are, well just dumb.
        Where does that leave 30% of voters?
        Its the day before elections today and the silent majority do not trust any of you liblabcons.

        Suck on this you mongs.

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      • 172
        Max the Impaler says:

        Frankly I think the public are frightened.They have just an inkling something is seriously wrong; they don’t understand the economics and they don’t trust the politicos.A kind face promising no financial pain, no job losses and everything is really ok…trust me…will do them fine. Unfortunately the ‘financial oncologist’ is going to give them the bad news and they really ,really do not want to hear it.Spending other peoples money has been great for a lot of people and they want it to continue. Reality has yet to be faced.

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  16. 40
    Chris says:

    I can only name 3 LibDems. Nick, Vince & Limpek. Vince is the most over-rated ball of hot air and the other known for loving weather girls. There has been two much emphasis on leaders and not the full team.

    1 day to go! : )

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    • 353
      Anonymous says:

      I know another one called Pugh (Southport) he looks like the scarecrow from the wizard of oz film.

      The tories need to win this seat but they have no chance, Labour will be the biggest party and the Libs will help them.

      Think i will drink myself to death tomorrow night.

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  17. 43
    Moley says:

    Blair’s Headmaster commented pithily that the only subject the young Blair excelled at was acting.

    It says all you need to know about New Labour.

    The salesman sold us a washing powder that turned our whites grey, made our clothes fall to bits, and cost twice as much as anything else on the market.

    In his law career Blair was crap; it was why he went into politics.

    In his political career; the results speak for themselves.

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  18. 48

    he is a lying twot he has never watched it. He is so disingenuous.

    why are you labour vera?
    because i am a thick northerner

    and what do you think of gordon brown.
    oohh well he doing a grand job

    look at that crafty little fucks horrid face i would love to smash it in with a hammer

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    • 88
      Gordon Brown stole my pension says:

      Nooo. If you hit his face, you’ll soon be unable see his expression of fear.

      Stand him in front of a mirror and smash the hammer on the back of his head. It makes a more rounded target and his reflection gives you an unimpeded view of his terror and anguish.

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    • 112
      Gobshite says:

      Not watching Coronation Street is possibly the only thing Gordon has done sensibly in his entire life.

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      • 177
        jgm2 says:

        Probably clashes with the time he sets aside every day for fucking something else up.

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        • 245
          • Walking towards disaster says:

            Anybody that want’s to know what a Hung parliament will lead to only has to look towards Greece and the events that are now unfolding on the streets of Athens

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          • Seek says:

            This why they are rioting, it’s coming here, the Vail has dropped from the eyes of the people.

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          • D L George says:

            Rioting?
            I thought that was booked for next week?

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          • D L George says:

            Oops, there’s a post up there that that belongs too.

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          • vesuvius says:

            no I’m off next week

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          • Non-Working Class Peasent says:

            Great video,

            This is what the politicians and journalists experts will never tell about the money system and why booms and busts aren’t quite unforeseeable as they’ve led the simpletons to believe.

            And to the journalists here, particularly economic ones, if there is a hell it’s very likely you’ll be joining the politicians there when you die for keeping quiet all this time about the true nature of the money system and the covert slavery it’s unleashed on the world.

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          • Non-Working Class Peasent says:

            Message was in response to Seek and ‘Money as Debt’ video

            BTW Money of Debt 2 is out now and is more upto date and covers the recent controlled demolition of the money system

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          • The Days are over says:

            Listen to them traitorous bastards on the BBC spinning it that the Greeks don’t understand whats happening to them

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          • seek says:

            Thank you Non-Working Class Peasent, Burning it to CD for distribution now.

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          • Non-Working Class Peasent says:

            Great video,

            This is what the politicians and journalists experts will never tell about the money system and why booms and busts aren’t quite unforeseeable as they’ve led the simpletons to believe.

            And to the journalists here, particularly economic ones, if there is a hell it’s very likely you’ll be joining the politicians there when you die for keeping quiet all this time about the true nature of the money system and the covert slavery it’s unleashed on the world.

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          • Death says:

            Death to politicians.
            Death to bankers.
            and now
            Death to journalists.
            works for me.

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          • Anarchist says:

            The whole of the BBC will be put up against the wall when the time comes friend.

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          • Gorgon Brhoon, the Moronic Hoon says:

            I implore you to vote LieBore!

            Our jobs are at stake!

            Our pension plans could be crippled!

            Our Election Night Party Ruined my dears!

            After all our careful instruction to you sheeple, P L E A S E don’t turn on us now!

            There’s good sheeple!

            Now get on wiv your work – if you have any – AND PAY YOUR TELLYTAX!!

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          • Kevin Webster says:

            My wifes hair has fallen out
            Gordon promised me that sally would get a new head of hair in two weeks
            A total lie
            Rosie has turned into a slag
            Is this what 13 years of New Labour means to us all?

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          • Norris says:

            Just like a cross between Misery and Psycho

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          • David Platt says:

            Are you the Kevin Webster that gave your workmate a free partnership in your business and are now going to give him lots of dosh not to be your business partner????? dickhead, 13 years of labour havn’t improved your business sense.

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          • revolting peasant says:

            George Aligiah did a fair and balanced interview with the three leaders on BBC 6 o’ Clock News. This is what deserve- honest impartial news,not comment pieces that insult the electorates intelligence.
            Brown just claimed he wanted to hold a referendum on electoral reform next year!

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          • Seek says:

            The tree of liberty needs refreshing

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          • Toxteth Rioter says:

            they’re not rioting. wait till it gets here we will show them greeks how it’s done.

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          • I think there could be Europe-wide rioting. This could get nasty.

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          • Lord Fondlebum says:

            Could? It’s a bloody certainty.

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          • Freddie Star says:

            Peter Mandelscum put my hamster up his arse.

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          • Ozzy Osborne says:

            Freddie Star says:
            May 5, 2010 at 12:26 pm

            Peter Mandelscum put my hamster up his arse.
            Reply
            Gorden Brown bit the head off my rat

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          • Lord Mandelscum of sphincter contractions says:

            Gosh it was quite delightful to hear its little bones cracking in the tight grip of my well trained anus

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          • From the office of The Prime Mincer says:

            TACTICAL VOTING ADVICE

            (you all know its not something we’re allowed to recommend but here the inside track from the strategy bunker)

            If you are in a Vulnerable Labour Seat Vote Conservative to keep the Libdems out.

            If you are in a Vulnerable Libdem Seat Vote Conservative to let us in.

            If you are in a Vulnerable Conservative Seat Vote Conservative to keep Libdems out.

            If you are Vulnerable Vote Conservative to keep us in.

            If you Labour Vote Conservative to hold our vote up.

            If you are Conservative Vote Conservative we can’t help you anymore.

            If you are Libdem Vote Conservative to increase our share of the vote.

            Remember Vote Conservative to help us outwit the rest.

            If you are unemployed, feckless, stupid or halfwitted, employed in the public sector, your parents voted Labour or you are on the benefits carousel in any way Vote Labour as your future is in our hands and we stoop as low as it takes to make sure you stay there.

            Thank you for your wonderful support during the last 13 years … we hope you all appreciate everything we’ve done for you … we certainly appreciate what we’ve done for you the country and most importantly ourselves.

            Must dash as am just helping Gordon pack his comics between whinings to the great unwashed the bedrock of our glorious 13 years. Pip Pip

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          • Armed Revolt is next says:

            #
            That’s News says:
            May 5, 2010 at 11:54 am

            I think there could be Europe-wide rioting. This could get nasty.
            Reply
            This time in England guns will be used as they are every were now. There are 4 to 5 gun incidents a week by me. Someone will take the opportunity to let some off during a riot.

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          • “There are 4 to 5 gun incidents a week by me.”

            Sounds like a confession.

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          • Armed Revolt is next says:

            They’ll never take me alive

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          • Brown's a Tosser says:

            I just hope the people remember which party (NuLiebor) put in this economic mess.

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          • barefootcontessa says:

            Break up of the Euro zone? what a great idea!

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          • streamfisher says:

            Bureau de Change snap poll of four people in front of me converting their Sterling into:
            American Dollars 2
            Swiss Franks 1
            Japanese Yen 1
            (Euro 0)

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          • barefootcontessa says:

            Brown likes to portray himself as a latter day saint. He’s a selfish introvert, a boring man living a lie, loves to preach, and wants to be exactly like his bigotted religious preaching father.

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          • The Fragrant Sainted Mzzzz. HaHaHaHaPerson, still wearing crotchless Knicks says:

            Gordo is lovely isn’t he?

            We willin wimmin all love him.

            He’s the One to save us. So vote for Gordoom.

            It’s The Right Thing To Do.

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          • amongomous says:

            It would be nice to say to him,sorry Gordon there is no money left to pay your bloated pension,your going to have to get down and dirty and try to earn a living in the shitpit you created for the rest of us.

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          • Cocker Spaniel says:

            More ‘Life of Brian’ than ‘son of the Manse’.

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          • Brown likes to portray himself as a latter day saint. He’s a selfish introvert, a boring man living a lie, loves to preach, and wants to be exactly like his bigotted religious preaching father.

            What? A latter day saint? You mean… Brown is a Mormon? Oh, no! Sorry! Silly me! Brown is, of course, a MoRon!

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          • Riotous says:

            While religion and church are seen as perverts and child rapists. he is deluded

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          • Vote for the same says:

            Politicians and religion has always gone hand in hand.One bleeds you dry and the other tells you it’s the best thing for you as you will get your reward in the next life.Well politicians have robbed us. The religious have raped our children Their cops have done nothing about it.

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          • Sarah Twatter says:

            Latter Day Saint ??? I’m a Twatter-a-day Saint.

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      • 345
        northern Old biddy's says:

        he’s lost our vote then

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      • 446
        The Beast of manchester says:

        Vote Gordon and Sally Webster will be cured of cancer

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  19. 50
    The right-on Phoney "£rd Way" Bliar, emoting, orange, and wiv stupid (sickly) grin says:

    Hi!

    Look!

    As you know, Noo_Lie_Bore was founded on my core principles of lies, mendacity, and complete utter bollocks.

    The fact that uvva people have tried to emulate shows how misguided they were.

    So it’s the rump of the crowd of losers and tossers that survive.

    But hey, – I’m very, Very, VERY, RICH!!

    And all because the people, whom I’m happy to admit are deluded ignorant tosspots, believed me.

    Mind you, – I’m a loorya, – and I know better than most just how people will grasp at straws.

    Me missus done well out of it too.

    That’s life really – for them as have the gift.

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    • 56
      I'm the Heir to Blair Tony Cameron (hear my soundbites roar!) says:

      Blair’s mini-me Tony Cameron grovels at the feet of his Hero

      Did you ever know that you’re my hero,
      and everything I would like to be?
      I can fly higher than an eagle,
      ’cause you are the wind beneath my wings.

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      • 82

        Did you ever know that you’re a ……………….i can’t be bothered.

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        • 105

          DAVID CAMERON, the young pretender to the Tory throne who came close to embracing Tony Blair has already done so in private.
          Mr Cameron, 38, who has put a modernising agenda at the centre of his campaign, clearly enjoys the comparisons that have been made between him and Labour’s most successful modern-day Prime Minister.

          At a dinner with newspaper executives on the eve of his address, he took the comparison a step further. “I am the heir to Blair,” he said. If his hosts were in any doubt about what they had heard, Mr Cameron repeated the mantra. He also said that a Cameron Tory Government would not reverse all of the Blairite reforms in the public services.

          George Osborne, the Shadow Chancellor and fellow member of the so-called Notting Hill set of young modernising Tories, was also at the dinner table. Mr Osborne, defending the heir to Blair boast, said: “We have nothing to be ashamed of in saying it.”

          the Editor of The Daily Telegraph was not so sure. “David,” he said. “I would not repeat that outside this room.”

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      • 120
        Freak Wrangler says:

        So I think it’s safe to assume that you will be having a really lousy Friday?

        Cheer yourself up with some Morrissey CD’s, and some razor blades.

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    • 209
      Mrs T says:

      No news from “Gutter Boy” Mandelson this morning ?

      Is he organising his exit to make millions with the Hedgies and the Grinning Ape Blair ??

      Now that he has wrecked Britain…

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  20. 59
    REEVO says:

    Well here we have it, the old closet Tory Teflon Tony rides in to give the British Peoples a word or two of advice on how to vote, how nice of him he is so considerate…..

    Talking of tossers, where is the utter waste of space George Osbourn?
    Never have I seen such a low profile in an election, are the Tories still scared shitless voters may realise is is a rather dim witted “daddy put me up for it” Tory Toff. I hear “daddy was upset” little George has been kept out of the spotlight when all along he is better Prime Ministerial material than that Cameron thingy…

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    • 68
      jgm2 says:

      Osborne and Clarke will be sitting there concocting their emergency budget and their timetable of rolling redundancy notices for the one million bedwetters, boxtickers and bastards hired by the Maximum Imbecile and paid using hundreds of billions of borrowed pounds for the last decade.

      Who is it has the HM Stationery Office contract? They’re going to need millions of P45′s and redundancy notices. Might be worth buying a few shares.

      Perfect time of year to be firing people too. You’ve got the new budget so their redundancy works out cheaper than paying them for the next tax year. Much cheaper. Much, much cheaper.

      I still think they should auction the right to hand-deliver Gordon Imbecile his P45. And Jacqui Porn, and Jack Torturer and Ed Lunatic.

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    • 71
      jgm2 says:

      Osborne and Clarke will be sitting there concocting their emergency budget and their timetable of rolling redundancy notices for the one million bedwetters, boxtickers and bastards hired by the Maximum Imbecile and paid using hundreds of billions of borrowed pounds for the last decade.

      Who is it has the HM Stationery Office contract? They’re going to need millions of P45′s and redundancy notices. Might be worth buying a few shares.

      Perfect time of year to be firing people too. You’ve got the new budget so their redundancy works out cheaper than paying them for the next tax year. Much cheaper. Much, much cheaper.

      I still think they should auction the right to hand-deliver Gordon Imbecile his P45. And Jacqui P*rn, and Jack Torturer and Ed Lunatic.

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    • 92
      Alien Mothership says:

      Who do we want – Ken Clarke.

      When do we want him – NOW!

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  21. 62
    BillyBob - Stop immigration - reduce crime! says:

    Quite mild but very accurate!!

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  22. 63
    Brown's Buggered Britain says:

    Blair had worked out all the right things to SAY – but under their shiny gloss NuLabour were just like Old Labour – Just plain USELESS.

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  23. 64
    eyjafjallajokull says:

    If that volcano stops Mr and Mrs Brown from flying back down from Fife after the election, will their belongings be dumped out in the street?

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    • 621
      UKIP Until We're Free says:

      If the volcano stops Blair flying out, will the Revenue be able to nobble him for all the UK taxes he’s avoiding ? Sorry, stupid question.

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  24. 69
    Ratsniffer says:

    When you come home knackered from another day’s work, look at your wage packet and wonder where all those taxes are going, wonder how you’re going to manage to give the kids a holiday this year or a decent christmas, just rejoice at that fact that your money is helping this family.

    13 years of newlabour. Helping people to be idle.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1272512/20-000-benefits-father-seven-children-video-games–pay-huge-booze-bill.html

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    • 78
      jgm2 says:

      So don’t play their game.

      If you have a mortgage sell your home. Or, if you own it then sit tight.

      Quit.

      Live frugally. Enjoy your life doing what you want to do with your money.

      Fuck ‘em. You’re not their slaves.

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      • 107
        Can't remember my moniker says:

        Or sell up, emigrate, convert your proceeds into Australian dollars and Norwegian Kroner, live in the sun for a while, chill out, watch Sterling dip to 50 Euro cents. Then, if you really want to return, come back and buy your house back for half price.

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        • 114
          jgm2 says:

          An even better plan.

          It’s not my fuck-up. I want no part of it. I’m off.

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          • lolol says:

            then fuck off

            wankers like you won’t be missed

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          • Max the Impaler says:

            Australia are having their socialist moment by ramping the mining tax.They have effectively stolen millions off the mining shareholders today.Fucking socialists should be shot as soon as the first tendencies in their warped stupid brains start to manifest.

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          • jgm2 says:

            Nor I you lolol.

            The thought of you and your imbecile hoards marching, like the Greek ‘you owe us a fucking living’ public sector parasites, demanding that the government conjure cash out of fresh air while being baton-charged and tear-gassed will make entertaining viewing.

            I’m not your slave.

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          • Can't remember my moniker says:

            Hey jgm2. I sold up and moved because of what you have recognised about the situation tipping too far. From next month on, I swim every day in the clear waters of the Adriatic. I am happier, less screwed up, financially more secure and not living in risk of some council busybody trying to fine me for putting my wheelie bin out on the wrong day. (If they had have done, I would have probably killed them and ended up in jail.)

            I still love my country, I just hate what these cun’ts are making of it. Mad Frankie, Paragnostic, concrete pump, Engineer and I are looking at the possibility of meeting up for a monster blowout at the Golden Lion at Todmorden some time – see 350 below. Are you in?

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      • 126
        Freak Wrangler says:

        I second that.

        You can save a fortune home-brewing beer for a start.

        Let the morons tear each other apart when the fecal matter hits the fan.

        It is disgusting to even contemplate us having to bail-out the feckless Bankers for f***ing up!

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        • 140
          jgm2 says:

          Or the government for continuing to piss away money we don’t have just to stumble over the election line with a bill for 800bn quid and bragging about ‘sustaining the recovery’. A recovery of 0.1% bought with 300bn quid of borrowed and printed and devalued currency.

          Fuck ‘em.

          Let’s see the bedwetters, boxtickers and bastards, bed-wet, box-tick and bastard their way out of recession without our money.

          Oh, going to print some more money are you? Fucking well knock yourself out mate. That worked real well for Mugabe.

          Very soon you’ll be stuffing ballot boxes and rigging elections.

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      • 152
        Ratsniffer says:

        I disagree with you on this one jgm2. Fuck it, I love living in this country, I have worked my arse off for everything I have, and that still isn’t much, but it would be a lot more if 13 years of labour had not eroded it away with stealth taxes. I’m not selling my house, I’m not leaving so that the socialist scum can take over the country like the parasites that they are. Fuck it, decent honest people have to make a stand, and stop the stinking rot.

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        • 170
          jgm2 says:

          Good luck with that. I admire your resolve but I fear we are beyond cross-over point where there are a majority of voters who are quite happy to steal everything off you so that they can continue the lifestyle they seem to think they deserve. Be it with their feet up watching Jeremy Kyle while you send ‘em cheques in the post or rushing around some hospital ward from 9-5 every weekday (Away-days, off-sites and six weeks paid annual holiday plus bank holidays permitting) with a clip-board monitoring the ethnic diversity of the patients.

          It’s fucked.

          Fucked from top to bottom by this most wicked, arrogant, epically incompetent shower of jackasses.

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          • Ratsniffer says:

            I’m with you 100% on what you say jmg2, sometimes I feel like just taking ten pounds notes and stuffing it through their letter boxes and saying here, might as well cut out the middle man, go and spend my money on booze and a nice new wide screen telly.

            But I am not giving up. This is exactly what Tony Blair meant when he said ” we will destroy the forces of consergvatism for ever” that is, labour wants us to give up, wants decent ordinary people to roll over and pay up or fuck off and we’ll import some new people who will. We have to make a stand, we managed to fight off the stinking nazis when they tried to fuck us over, we sure as hell can kick labour’s arse.

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        • 265
          Engineer says:

          Absolutely agree, Ratsniffer. It’s not the politicians’ country, it’s OUR country.

          We may lose this battle (not for the want of effort – and we may yet win it) but we must continue to fight the war, for the sake of our children and their children.

          When the Hunting Ban was passed, and the anger and despair had worn off a bit, country folk squared their shoulders, took a deep breath, and said a collective “fuck that”. Hunting is now going from strength to strength, more people involved than at any time in living memory.

          We’ve got to do the same. Carry on regardless. As we see fit.

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          • Max the Impaler says:

            Engineer …I fully agree with you, but we are fast approaching a time when we must break the law.For us, this is a big psychological step.The politicos have enacted so much legislation we are now trapped.We are going to have to make a choice or lose all our hard earned wealth and bow to authoritarian dictatorship.

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          • stilyagi_air_corps says:

            Wir sind das Folk!!!

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      • 162
        Universal hiss says:

        That’s my plan if the scum get in again. I’ve no mortgage so I’ll join Labours client state.
        Some of my neighbours are dole people. I guess that with income support,housing benefit,council tax benefit & all the add ons their net income is around £11,500.
        Not bad for sitting on your arse all day.
        I think I’ll have some of that.

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        • 250
          Roger Daley says:

          Example
          Couple + 3 school age or under kids per annum.

          Rent/C.Tax £5,700
          Incap Benefit £7,500
          Child Tax credit £3,380
          Child allowance £2,160
          Free school dinners £1,000

          Total £19,740 (No tax/NI involvement)
          +
          Free laptop
          from Gordon £ 400
          No travel exes
          to work. xx ?
          Local concessions free
          Free NHS dental xx ?

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        • 256
          Engineer says:

          If you do that through choice, rather than through force of circumstance, you lose one thing you can never then regain.

          Your self respect.

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          • Once lost, difficult to regain says:

            Agreed. Freedom and self-respect are the two sides to the coin. Above all they are MORAL. Human dignity is not easy. It involves taking responsibility for one’s life. It means clearing up the rubble of one’s own mistakes. Above all never, but never, going down the mawkish, sloppy spineless route of ‘victimhood’. That way you are self-manacled and truly dependent.

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        • 326
          Roger Daley says:

          I posted this earlier but it disappeared somewhere ..

          Couple = 3 kids under school leaving age =

          Rent & C.Tax £5700 p.a.
          Incapacity Benefit £7500
          Child tax credit £6760 (working families would get some of this)
          Child family allowance £2160 (working families get this)
          Free school dinners x 3 £1000

          TOTAL (all approx) £23120 all free of tax & NI !

          Free dentistry
          No commuting/travel expenses
          Free lappytoppy from Gordon = £400.00

          There is more but I can’t remember.

          Incentive to work ? NO

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    • 121
      Janus-faced Gordon Brown says:

      True Labour supporters !!!!

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    • 125
      Raving Loon says:

      If someone wants 7 kids and to get shitfaced all day, that’s their choice, but we shouldn’t have to pay for it via taxation. Welfare is not “civilised” as some would put it, in fact it’s one of the most uncivilised things about our country.

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      • 171
        TH Robin Cock says:

        Time to make it a social stigma again. People used to be ashamed for people to know they were on benefits. In fact many older people won’t claim for that reason.

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        • 388
          Steves Mum says says:

          One of Bstrd Browns men told me I could have 39p pension per week. When I asked why he said #quote# Your husband shouldnt have died so young (46) I asked him why they had continued to take all the deductions from me n he said thats how it is. If you have your own house you can ssell it and live on that. I’m another Mrs Duffy.

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    • 137
      BRITAINS CITIES OF SCUM says:

      i wonder if any of those old german gas chambers still work ?

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      • 253
        Gas Chamber Supplies says:

        We’re sorry, but no gas chambers are available at this time due to unprecedented demand. Thank you for your inquiry. Please call again for all your mass execution requirements. Have a nice day now!

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  25. 70
    Canary Wharf Rat says:

    Well that certainly was not a BBC production! Guido post the link please.

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  26. 72
    Gordon could be there for months yet says:

    “Hung” Parliaments
    16. Where an election does not result in a clear majority for a single party, the
    incumbent Government remains in office unless and until the Prime Minister tenders
    his and the Government’s resignation to the Monarch. An incumbent Government is
    entitled to await the meeting of the new Parliament to see if it can command the
    confidence of the House of Commons or to resign if it becomes clear that it is unlikely
    to command that confidence. If a Government is defeated on a motion of confidence in the House of Commons, a Prime Minister is expected to tender the Government’s
    resignation immediately. A motion of confidence may be tabled by the Opposition, or
    may be a measure which the Government has previously said will be a test of the
    House’s confidence in it. Votes on the Queen’s Speech have traditionally been
    regarded as motions of confidence.

    http://www.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/media/343763/election-rules-chapter6-draft.pdf

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    • 109
      Can't remember my moniker says:

      Plod’s intervention may throw a rather large spanner into these works….

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      • 218
        Universal hiss says:

        but will they? The police & courts are politicised. The MSM & BBC should be screaming about this. A national disgrace.
        Are they colour blind? Is that the problem? Much too sensitive to mention. Bastards all.

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        • 333
          Axe The Telly Tax says:

          I think the army might have a say. March them into parliament as Cromwell did.

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  27. 73
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Hey ar-moniker i found a restaurant in Todmorden called The Golden Lion they have a steak night on a wednesday
    the monster mega mixed meat grill sounds good
    3x rump steaks
    3x lamb chops
    3x pork chops
    3x gammon steaks
    3x sausages
    3x burgers
    3x bacon
    salad and chips
    if you eat it you dont pay
    you can have a drink with it and there is no time limit

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    • 202

      That’s me fucked then Frankie – salad? I fucking HATE salad!

      And there’s no mention of eggs with the gammon – hope they don’t serve it with pineapple like the cosmpolitan twats do…

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    • 239
      Lord Prescott of Hull says:

      nice one comrade, do they do puddings for free too ???

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      • 393
        Can't remember my moniker says:

        You can fuck off Prescott, I’ve eaten at the same restaurant as you and would want to avoid a repeat of the experience. You have eaten several tons of pies since methinks. If you turned up, you’d eat the fucking lot.

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    • 351
      Can't remember my moniker says:

      I passed by there last year on my way to Padiham and saw on the board they did a steak night but I had no idea it was like that. How about Paragnostic, concrete pump, you and me get together one night and we order one between us and get it for free. Paragnostic will not have to eat any salad (unless concrete pump is as good as he says which, dear friend, I do not doubt) I’ll be coming across the channel so I will bring some cheap booze. We could have a feast for next to nothing. What better way to celebrate the end of Labour! What about it, guys?

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  28. 74

    Too fucking depressing to watch.

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  29. 77
    Philp says:

    We’ve got a bloke who has virtually ruined the Country in 13 years and wants five more to finish the job.
    Another one who is a fully paid member of the Eussr, wants to get rid of our only serious deterrent and let even more criminals loose on our streets than the current shower.
    The third one is an unknown quantity with most of us who appears to know what he wants but whose party, apart from fiscal ability, historically has a track record equally as dismal as the other two.
    Its a tough fcuking choice.

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    • 98
      Father Abraham says:

      …. but fiscal ability is a good start and the priority after 13 years of the red smurfs

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      • 130
        Blue Lady says:

        What’s even more scary is there’s some 30% of voters out there still think this lot are doing a good job. Heaven help us.

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      • 138
        Gobshite says:

        DC can f*** right off if he thinks I am paying for it.

        Cutting 5% out of the state pie is more than enough to sort this out, without raising taxes.

        Actually, would it not be cheaper to just scrap all these quangos and just keep paying the staff their salaries to avoid strikes?

        Not a perfect solution, but very workable.

        And also, it could be done OVERNIGHT!

        Lazy public sector types will love it, and nobody will miss them in the real world!

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      • 705
        Honestly, they come over here... says:

        Where are you all coming from?

        From Smurfland, where we belong…

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  30. 79
    Brown's a Tosser says:

    The polls seem to show a Hung Parliament, however, the polls do seem to bne all over the place. Yet we still give huge prominence to them particularly in the MSM and you can understand why as they do make for good telly. I still think this will end up close to 40 – 30 – 20 though the 30 – 20 could flux and see the Limp/Dems push Liebor into high 20′s and increase their share. There will be some strange local results that will reflect anger in the expenses issue so look out Balls, Khan etc, etc. Once we see a marginal declare and see what the swing is we will know what flavour Government is going to be sitting in the HoC. I pray we see an end to Brown in one form or another this odious man has no right to run this country and political oblivion is where he belongs. And yes, your right, I truly detest the man.

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  31. 81

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/5651825/Benefit-payouts-will-exceed-income-tax-revenue.html

    no wonder we are fucking skint.

    get those lazy bastards out to work or fuck em off somewhere else

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  32. 83
    Play For Today says:

    Scene: The finishing straight of the three-legged race, 6.55 am, Thursday 6th May 2010.

    Commentator: And coming into the finishing straight now is the team of Gordon Brown and the British Economy. They don’t appear to have a very good rhythm, in fact they appear to be stumbling along badly. Do you think they are going to make it to the finishing line, Steve?

    Steve: Well, Gordon Brown tells us he undertakes a daily three mile run to keep in trim, but I have to say he is labouring badly – he’s desperately gasping for air, and looks very pale. Quite honestly I am surprised they have made it this far.

    Commentator: Yes Steve. The spectators around them are showing a lot of concern for this team. Oh no, they’ve stopped running. The British Economy appears to be in a lot of trouble, and has fallen to the floor. What’s Gordon Brown doing? Oh my goodness. He’s reaching into his bag marked “Borrowed Money”, but it appears to be empty. Now he’s reaching into his other bag marked “Unborn Taxpayer’s Money”, and he’s stuffing banknotes down the British Economy’s throat.

    I’ve never seen this happen before in a three-legged race. Is that in the rules Steve?

    Steve: I think this is something the stewards will have to look into after the race.

    Commentator: The British Economy is still looking in a very bad way. Gordon Brown is screaming at the Economy to get up and carry on. Now he’s kicking the Economy while it’s down. The kicks are raining in. This is a truly horrible, brutal scene.

    Steve: Look. The economy is stirring. That kicking seems to have had some effect. Against all the odds, the economy appears to be recovering. I think they are going to make it to the finishing line.

    Commentator: Yes Steve, we’ve seen it all before. The desperate struggle in those last few paces to get over that finishing line. It look like they have made it! Gordon Brown and the British Economy have just managed to stagger over the finishing line before they collapse. Brown raises his hands in the air to acknowledge the silent cheering of the crowd, and that famous smile arrives on his face.

    Gordon Brown and the British Economy have now been separated. Oh, no, this is awful. The British Economy appears to be suffering a cardiac arrest. The paramedics are going in with emergency resuscitation and they are getting the defibrillator out in a desperate attempt to revive the Economy, but it’s looking like there’s no hope. Our producer has cut away from this awful scene, but I can tell you they are covering the motionless British Economy with a sheet.

    Gordon Brown seems completely unconcerned, he’s too busy shaking the hands of the crowd and his wife, saying “thank you, thank you, thank you”. I think he’s going to make a speech….

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  33. 87
    CuttingEdge says:

    You’d be fucked whoever wins TaT – how would you claim your benefits overseas…

    Notwithstanding the fact that Brown has managed to reduce the value of the £ by 25% against all other significant currencies. God knows how much more it would drop were he and his fuckwit party re-elected.

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  34. 90
    Prezza Five Bellies says:

    What i would like to say is this I am glad that the papers have come out in support of gordon and that the polls are so positive for us nothwithstanding the fact that they all put us third but you see gordon is the best man for the job he has the right kind of brains to untangle this mess wot we got us into but you see you have to ask yourself this question when you are voting do i want a party which is honest and competant and can lead us out of this mess or do I vote labour but what i will say is this my friend as these last final days of the campaign draw to a close I look forward to taking up my place in the lords it is only right and fitting that a working class lad like me gets in there among those upper class ponces and gives them a slap or two right I am off for lunch saveloys and chips and mushy peas lovely

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    • 146
      The Invisible Man says:

      Strange that you were missing from the video.

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    • 198
      Jack says:

      “Chip on my shoulder” Toilets Maguire the ONLY editor to support the Nu Labour fraud

      Says volumes about the man…

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      • 203
        Annie says:

        Toilets also preaching class hatred on the front page of the Mirror

        While the country faces economic meltdown thanks to New Labour, Toilets banging on about “Eton Rifles” FFS

        He is obviously obsessed by class hatred and cannot seee anything else…

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        • 267
          jgm2 says:

          The cu*nt should be grabbed by the scruff of the neck and raced down the road to Eton College where he can smirk and smear and play his little class war games while somebody reads out the Roll of Honour board at the school.

          Horrible, vile, devise cu*nt.

          Divide and conquer. That’s what Labour is all about. Public sector ‘v’ Private sector, black ‘v’ white, rich ‘v’ poor.

          That’s all they’ve got. And while they’re playing their silly little game of getting their feet under the table their top brass, an amalgam of sociopaths, arseholes and incompetents glibly fuck up the entire UK economy. And then useful fools like Maguire tell us it’s all the right-wing yanks fault, or the rich bankers fault.

          But certainly not the Labour governments fault. Fuck no. And anyway, the Tories will eat your babies.

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          • concrete pump says:

            Kids at Eton are very nice people. My friends and i used to turn up at their cricket nets on the fields closest to the M4 when we were younger.
            We would usually be fucked on mushrooms or LSD. The masters had no problems letting us fuckheads bowl at their pupils if there was a shortage of bowlers.
            After, we would lie down and watch the aircraft over our heads coming in to Heathrow, still buzzing.

            Those were the days.

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          • TosserWatch says:

            toilets wouldn’t last 5 at any normal public school…the twat would be dead meat within the hour…starting with a traditional bog dipping or 3

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  35. 97

    Another useful lesson from the Guardian on Why Lefties Shouldn’t Be Allowed To Vote

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2010/may/04/why-i-hate-tories-david-cameron

    Gary Younge hates tories because of…. apartheid. What? And… Bobby Sands. Eh?

    I mean… eh?

    Are these people all sniffing glue or something? It was bad enough watching those loonies whooping Gordon’s “speech” last night, but Younge has actually sat, thought and written this down. He had time to reflect. he *still* can’t manage to scramble his way to anything resembling reality.

    Let’s be blunt here. Lefties are mentally ill, intellectually incapable. The kindest thing to do is put them all in a home. The last thing we should do is let them decide on anything important, like running the country, or which trousers to wear.

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    • 128
      jgm2 says:

      Both my parents were Irish. Back in the early ’80′s I was visiting some relative by marriage in Boston when I was asked by one of the kids (younger than me) if I was British.

      Yes, I said. He then proceeded to inform me that I was starving prisoners to death. You’ve just got to love how some people manage to keep the hate alive. Seen it in Scotland too. Where do you think the SNP get their vote from? Same place as the B&P in England. Little Englanders (Strictly Little Britishers I suppose) or Little Scotlanders. Just Like SF. Little Irelanders. Wrapped up in some cherry-picked mythology about their special place in creation.

      Make you fucking puke.

      Cu*nts.

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    • 213

      Bobby fucking Sands, eh?

      Does anyone really care that some thick Irish c’unt died from political anorexia? Is the gene pool somehow diminished by his loss? Is it fuck.

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      • 370
        Cocker Spaniel says:

        It made for some good jokes, though. Remember Bobby Sands’ telephone number – Belfast 80808 (eight nothing, eight nothing, eight nothing). And the ‘dies and goes to Heaven’ one for which the punchline is ‘St. Peter says – I’m really sorry there are no sandwiches here. We just had Bobby Sands in this morning and he scoffed the bloody lot’.

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  36. 101
    Staff meeting in the Brown BBC Bog says:

    Counselling & emergency helpline available to all Brown arse licking staff & slebs as from today.

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  37. 102
    Thick As Thieves says:

    What is this about a #PhilippaStroud BBC news gagging order?? Someone please give me details

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  38. 104
    MY FRIENDS CALL ME ALICE and i will take a dare says:

    We should all be singing this today

    ONE DAY MORE !

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    • 134
      Dirty Harry says:

      So, do you feel lucky, punk? Well do ya?

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      • 153
        MY FRIENDS CALL ME ALICE and i will take a dare says:

        I hope on thursday that Cameron can “Make my day”

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    • 246
      Munchkin says:

      Friday I hope we’ll be singing ‘Ding dong, the Wicked Witch is Dead!’

      Not that I’m a Friend of Dorothy or anything…

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  39. 108
    EURO Sir? No thanks I want pounds. says:

    It now looks like Norman Lamont’s Black Wednesday (the Day Gordon beats up the Tories with). The Day Britain crashed out of the European Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM). Is now a day that should be celebrated as the Euro crashes, If it were not for Lamont (and a young Dave Cameron) we would now be part of the crash.

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    • 118
      jgm2 says:

      Brown has shut his gob about that now that, thanks to his incompetence, every Wednesday is a Black Wednesday.

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    • 127
      Lord Fondlebum says:

      It was always White Wednesday. It was the day the early ’90′s recession ended. The mistake was going in, not getting out. And who were chief cheerleaders in going in? Why, those oh so economically savvy Labour and Lib Dems. Along with Lawson (who resigned over the matter) and Major, who threatened to resign.

      Thatcher NEVER wanted any part of ERM or the Euro. She was thrust into it by political pressure, not economics. But then, the whole EUSSR is politics and has never been economics – the next few months and years will prove the point.

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    • 147
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      The Euro isn’t going to crash today.

      It’ll either fudge into the future, or eject greece. The latter would be interesting because Germans etc. would start wondering what the EU was supposed to be for.

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      • 167
        The point of no return says:

        There is no mechanism for a country to withdraw from the Euro. It is forever and that is why it is so dangerous. The people of Greece are now effectively goverened by Germany.

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      • 191
        Gobshite says:

        Currency is only worth what people think it is worth.

        If the Euro started getting seriously offloaded, it will drop like lead balloon.

        Fund managers will follow the herd, as they are (or should be!) risk adverse.

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        • 229
          sockpuppet #4 says:

          The euro might “crash” as in losing a fair old % of its value, but I meant crash+burn, as a historical event turning point for the € or the EU, that would be given a name. “flocking thursday” perhaps.

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      • 200
        Cheese Lover says:

        The best thing to happen would be for the Germans to leave. Then the Euro would just be a Mediterranean based local currency with no one with resources to prop it up.

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      • 257
        Lord Fondlebum says:

        Who said it was going to crash today? They can fudge and fudge and fudge and kick the can down the road for some considerable time. But if you think Greece is the end of this maelstrom, you are, sir, sadly deluded and too believing of the corrupt mainstream media.

        After all, didn’t they say ‘no one saw it coming’? It was an express train travelling at 200mph with it’s lights flashing and it’s horns blaring. Only the blind and deaf couldn’t see it coming.

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        • 278
          sockpuppet #4 says:

          109: “Is now a day that should be celebrated as the Euro crashes”

          Why on earth would you believe that I think the shitstorm ends with greece? wierd.

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  40. 122
    Martin Day says:

    21 hours 30 mins to save jobs, child tax credits and public services. Join the virtual phone banks at order order

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    • 223
      council lad says:

      the line has been drawn in the sand ,this side to stay fucked as we are like you Day
      living on information supplied by the Labour press or stepping over the the other side to be free of socialism and to breath the fresh air of a new start and free of socialism

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    • 273
      Cocker Spaniel says:

      And especially YOUR job.

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  41. 123
    Ratsniffer says:

    This video is stunning. It encapsulates in 10 minutes, 13 years of lies, spin, incompetance and ruination. It should be shown in schools, factories, shopping centres, it should be broadcast on TV, it should be sent to the national archives as a warning to future voters: if you want your country fucked up, if you want unfairness, if you want to lose your national identity, if you want our entire paye taxes to fund a benefits culture, vote labour.

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  42. 132
    Staff meeting in the Brown BBC Bog says:

    To all the Brown arse licking staff & slebs. A ceremonial burning of red rosettes will take place in the Blue Peter garden at 2pm. A speech will be made by David Tennent on the loss of a great PM & the awesome party. Donations to help with grieving Slebs, gratefully received. Please give generously.

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  43. 135
    Barry Obama,Licensed Cabbie says:

    Cameron filmed with sleeves rolled up to show he’ll “roll his sleeves up”. Glad the expression isn’t “get your arse out”

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  44. 139
    twilight zone says:

    More like a fucking horror movie.

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    The Sleeper says:

    Brown on R5 with Nicky Campbell…preaching about taking responsibility yet Campbell asks about ‘the forces of hell’…’bigot’…etc,and that he doesn’t take responsibility

    “What would your father say if he heard you now?”

    Brown…”I accept responsibility..but I got the big decisions right”

    Fuckin’ lying immoral moron.

    If we get this piece of shit back in power..the British People will have been betrayed by the lies of a criminal gang.

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    • 211

      No, the british people will have exposed their selfish, short term, ammoral stupidity. If Brown gets back in it indicates that there isnt’ a large enough proportion of the british people with any decency, it indicates the country is rotten.

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  47. 149
    The Court of Public Opinion says:

    Did Yvette not take Ed’s second name when they got married because of its obvious embarrassment? What are the kids called?

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  48. 151
    That f***ing volcano... says:

    …will stop only when Brown is thrown in it.

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  49. 155
    Staff meeting in the Brown BBC Bog says:

    Alastair Campbell playing the BBC organ on Songs of Praise (7th May) is cancelled due to a lack of demand for anymore bullshit.

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  50. 156
    MI5 says:

    “Midget Thuggie” Whelan of Unite/Teamsters Union complaining on twitter about Mrs Duffy being discussed on the BBC again..!!!

    Lord ‘Bought my peerage” Sugar Sugar complaining in Mirror about Tory Andrew Lloyd Webber still being on the BBC when he is banned …!!!

    They really take honesty these Zanu Labour bums…

    They have bent the BBC for years as we all know…

    FLOG OPFF THE BBC ABD ABOLISH THE BBC LICENSE – ALONG WITH THE NU LABOUR FRAUDS

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  51. 157
    The Sleeper says:

    What’s this fuckin’ “Anti Tory majority” that Brown goes on about.

    Being second or third in the polls indicates there’s a bigger anti labour majority.

    More fucking lies…bastard.

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      Roger Daley says:

      Mandelson spouted the same thing on Monday – Saying the “Tories are not going voted in by 60% of the electorate, but he didn’t mention that Labour s figure was more like 75% of the same.

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  52. 163
    Bob the Builder says:

    Toilets “Chip on my shoulder” Maguire is the ONLY editor to back Zanu Labour !!

    And continue with “Eton Rifles” envy and hatred driven class warfare !!

    Hey Toilets,

    Can you please grow up ? Or are you too destoyed by envy and hatred to change…??!

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  53. 168
    Anonymous says:

    Blimey,if the best you can do is point of that Gordoin saying that defence spending ddin’t increase but stabled out 2 years and he got one fact wrong the you are in trouble

    Unemployment may be higher now than 97 but its nowhere near the 4million it was under Thatcher
    And as for criticisng labours record on child poverty when it triple upnder the tories
    or claiming labours messed up the NHS
    Crime doubled under the tories its fallen now, one of the reasons some viloent crime is higher now, is in the past iuf a wmoen was beat up by her husband she didn’t report it, she does now, it shows crime rising

    berni eclestone not only didn’t they take the money he didn’t influence policy

    Mandleson was cleared of anywrong doing with the Hindujas
    and blkaming albour for 911 shamefull

    a junior civil servant lost a data disc, well its gordon browns fault, another civil servant and tory memeber leaked other information don’t you know

    all in all pathetic

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    • 207
      Cheese Lover says:

      Nice of you to put your signature in the last line.

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    • 215

      Unemployment may be higher now than 97 but its nowhere near the 4million it was under Thatcher

      Four million? where do you get that from?

      Oh, and how does that compare with the 8.1 million entirely dependent on state handouts today, and that doesn’t even include the millions of non-jobs int he public sector.

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    • 238
      Hold Tight... says:

      Keep taking the pills

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    • 258
      Ghengis Khan says:

      Spell checker not working Ed ???

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      amongomous says:

      Don’t worry you’ll get the help you need for your mental condition after the Tories win tomorrow.

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  54. 169
    Coxes Apples says:

    is there a special tool for getting cheese out of your bellend?

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  55. 173
    Martin Day says:

    As their campaigns entered the final 24 hours before the 2010 election, all main political parties have begun making final preparations to begin completely ignoring you once again from Friday morning.

    Parliamentarians the length of the country are breathing a huge sigh of relief that their month of hell with ‘the public’ will soon be at an end, with a return to Westminster now clearly on the horizon.

    David Cameron explained to me, “I’ve spent so much time with ‘real people’ that I honestly don’t care if I win or lose any more. Real people are bastards.”

    “It’s been a moderately interesting month, in the same way a trip to the zoo is moderately interesting. By day four, masturbating monkeys just aren’t funny any more.”

    “But let us be clear, the general public is exhausting – it will be nice to once again get back to Westminster where I can ignore their calls, leave their letters unopened, and delete their emails.”

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  56. 174
    Staff meeting in the Brown BBC Bog says:

    To all staff & Slebs. Training in licking Tory & Liberal arses will commence on the 8th May. The Expert arse licker Simon Cowell will be giving demonstrations.

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    • 692
      Anonymous says:

      They can lick Tory arses as much as they like. With a 30-55 majority the new Tory government will ensure the Beeb’s lifestyle & ethos is made suitable for the economic & political situation.

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  57. 178
    LABOURLOST: WE ARE GOING TO LOSE says:

    Headline article at http://www.labourlist.org:

    “After 13 years, our time in office may be coming to an end. With the end of the campaign upon us, a judgment is about to be passed. ”

    Yep, prepare to get your ass whipped Labour, you bunch of retarded control freak’s. Good riddance to sick rubbish.

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      Traudl J. says:

      Good Lord, how incredibly un-British it all sounds. The last demented ravings from a burning bunker. Stunde nul. The Twilight of the Muppets.

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  58. 180
    john p reid says:

    Blimey,if the best you can do is point of that Gordoin saying that defence spending ddin’t increase but stabled out 2 years and he got one fact wrong the you are in trouble

    Unemployment may be higher now than 97 but its nowhere near the 4million it was under Thatcher
    And as for criticisng labours record on child poverty when it triple upnder the tories
    or claiming labours messed up the NHS
    Crime doubled under the tories its fallen now, one of the reasons some viloent crime is higher now, is in the past iuf a wmoen was beat up by her husband she didn’t report it, she does now, it shows crime rising

    berni eclestone not only didn’t they take the money he didn’t influence policy

    Mandleson was cleared of anywrong doing with the Hindujas
    and blkaming albour for 911 shamefull

    a junior civil servant lost a data disc, well its gordon browns fault, another civil servant and tory memeber leaked other information don’t you know

    all in all pathetic

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  59. 182
    john p reid says:

    Blimey,if the best you can do is point of that Gordoin saying that defence spending ddin’t increase but stabled out 2 years and he got one fact wrong the you are in trouble

    Unemployment may be higher now than 97 but its nowhere near the 4million it was under Thatcher
    And as for criticisng labours record on child poverty when it triple upnder the tories
    or claiming labours messed up the NHS
    Crime doubled under the tories its fallen now, one of the reasons some viloent crime is higher now, is in the past iuf a wmoen was beat up by her husband she didn’t report it, she does now, it shows crime rising

    berni eclestone not only didn’t they take the money he didn’t influence policy

    Mandleson was cleared of anywrong doing with the Hindujas
    and blaming albour for 911 shamefull

    a junior civil servant lost a data disc, well its gordon browns fault, another civil servant and tory memeber leaked other information don’t you know

    all in all pathetic

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    • 195
      c.eng says:

      All in all pathetic that you can barely string 2 words together without getting them wrong, but what would we expect of one of liebour’s own.

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    • 208
      Teacher knows best says:

      Fuck off labour troll and get an education – the one that labour has denied to kids for the last 13 years.

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      • 261
        john p reid says:

        teacher knows best, i was brought to this web site via the Guardian, so i can comment on it , i didn’t nkow that you had to agree with what was written to blog her, as for you telling me to F@@k off, is that because you can’t criticise my comments about crime doubling or the NHS being ruined under the tories,

        My education was uinder the Tories, oiebour thats clever the tories don’t lie now do they, If you want me to F off ,then i suggest you don’t comment on any left wing blogs ,you fascist

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          South of the M4 says:

          You have not helped yourself by your inability to communicate clearly. You are in a rage one would assume. A similar rage to that which millions in this country feel after years of NuLabour miss-management. Whilst you are on this site, look at the stories raised over recent months, ignore the comments, just read the stories and you will get an insight you would not have got from the Guardian. They may anger you more when you discover that NuLabour are not really your friend.

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        • 308

          You obviously didn’t take any typing or proofreading courses during your education, did you?

          As I recall it, life under the Tories was much the same as it is now, except for the lack of a totally fucked economy, thousands of new criminal offences, the surveillance state, two wars that we had no reason to join, some 8 million economically inactive citizens, mass immigration, widespread voting fraud, a politicised police force and legal system, ‘hate crime’ laws that stop people from speaking freely, etc. etc.

          You get my drift?

          Now, since it’s my turn, I’ll tell you to fuck off.

          Fuck off, you Labour apologist scum!

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          • john says:

            life is thesame now as under the tories well it wasn”t where i live hte NHs was ruined

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        • 316
          Cosmo says:

          if you can’t take insults on the internet then don’t come on it, it just happens get used to it.

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    • 404
      SarahN says:

      Actually, if they made a film of all the lies, broken promises, and cynical double-speak it would be longer than Lord of the Rings – I mean the whole 3 movies.
      They had to make it short and sweet because after thirteen years of Labour edukashen we have a generation of morons who find it difficult to concentrate on anything for more than a couple of minutes. Ideally, for the youth of today, it would a twitter message, but there was so much mendacity to cram in.
      Now fuck off.

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  60. 186
    UKipper Troll Turning (c.e.) says:

    Time to get real chaps.

    Unless you live in Buckingham and have the prospect of electing Nigel and shitting on Bercow, we’ve got to vote Conservative, or we go to hell in liebour’s stinking, corrupt and useless handcart.

    Especially now the Looney Dems could keep McEvile alive, we must vote sensibly.

    So before I shift more cash into USDs and Index Linked Anything, the message is:

    Hold your noses and Vote for Dave, You know it makes sense.

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    • 248
      Anonymous says:

      Nope. Time to start the process of REAL change.

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      • 260
        Parasite clearance required says:

        We’ll never get change by giving the pisspoor lib dums and lousy nuliebore the chance to form a government. Left + left = disaster.

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        • 415
          Nick Clegg's immigration relocation, relocation, relocation advisor says:

          LOL, if Clegg and Labour get in bed together, watch them both crash and burn together as they cut spending and raise taxes.
          With Dave gone, perhaps the Tories may once again be Tory enough to make a stand on the economy, immigration, law and order, education and the EU.
          Until then, they remain ( to me ) unelectable.
          If I was in Stoke, Burnley or Barking, I would vote B&P, just for the fear factor that terrifies the elite.
          As it is I live in a safe Conservative seat with a nice enough but weak MP who is ambivilent about the EU and who expects me to pay for his mortgage, gas and electricty, council tax, repairs to his property and his food, among many things, I shall be voting UKIP.
          They stand no chance of winning here, but if they could shave a few thousand off of the sitting members majority and increase the overall national vote for the party, it will be a vote well cast.

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    The Dilema that is Gordon says:

    So Ed Balls wants people to vote Lib Dem and Gordon is now shitting himself as that will reduce the overall Labour vote, so he could just win yet have the lowest vote and the Nice Mr Nick would not support him.

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    • 420
      Nick Clegg's immigration relocation, relocation, relocation advisor says:

      Nice Mr Nick will do anything to get a whiff of power, anything.

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  63. 192
    domino says:

    Just so you know, I took the Council to Court to get an injunction banning the use of Postal Votes in 2008 (excluding the infirm and elderly as it used to be) on the grounds that following the rules allowed postal vote fraud to continue and case after case proved that, in addition that the Government knew it was going on and making false promises to address it year in year out.

    The Judge said he couldn’t over-ride Parliamentary Supremacy even though I was arguing the case on the grounds that it breached Article 3 of the First Protocol “Right to free and fair elections”, in short that part of the HRA is nonsense, they know it goes on and as long as they allow it the HRA is neither use nor ornament.

    Two weeks after the Public Administration Tenth Report (its online for all to read) had Labour admitting it was to their benefit that’s why they did nothing about it.

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  64. 197
    sick bastard says:

    Your brain died some time ago.

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  65. 210
    Gordon on the airwaves says:

    Why is radio 5 and BBC news airing a ginormous election broadcast for Gordon Brown

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    • 220

      Because it’s the right thing to do.

      Those champagne bottles don’t strew themsleves along the corridors of brodacasting house y’know.

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    • 232
      John Prescnut says:

      Blimey, he just called me a big gut. What have I done to deserve that?

      Ey up Rosie, pass that plate of pies before you play with me chipolata lass.

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    • 233
      The Sleeper says:

      You only have to look at Browns body language and facial expressions on the R5 cameras to know that he is relentlessly lying through his teeth.

      He is now hiding behind the microphone to disguise his discomfort and lies.

      God..I hate this man with every part of my body and soul.

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      • 242
        Gordon on the airwaves says:

        Why does he keep saying very nice to talk to you before he has even talked to them? How does he know it will be nice? He was most uncomfortable talking to Alan dying lung from cancer

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    • 247
      Groucho says:

      Insufferably smug failed gameshow host and dedicated Labour arselicker Nicky Campbell should be one of the first against the wall on Friday.

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    • 276
      restandbthankfull says:

      Nothing new there then.

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  66. 212
    Ear of the Nation says:

    Surprise, surprise! Gormless Gordon is on the Radio 5 Live phone-in with his fellow Scot and Labour-adoring Nicky Campbell. Callers are being selected to put Gordo in the best light ….. the BBC has a lot to answer for.

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  67. 216
    albacore says:

    And it took 13 years for the Tories to notice bits of what the B/N/P has been telling you all along?
    Strange, too, that, after editing all those hours and hours of videotape, there wasn’t a dicky bird about immigration in the final cut.
    Does that tell you something?

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    • 426
      Nick Clegg's immigration relocation, relocation, relocation advisor says:

      It tells you everything you need to know about the corrupt liars at the heart of the political cartel.

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    • 457
      stilyagi_air_corps says:

      Simple answer – I think the first, most important task the will Conservatives face is to prevent a civil war breaking out in this country. Why pour petrol on an already smouldering fire? Civil wars are anything but, and you wouldn’t like to live through one.

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      • 597
        albacore says:

        Are you as completely off your chump as your daft parrot, Stilyagi?
        What do you think letting in more immigrants – which is EU Dave’s policy – is but throwing petrol on the fire of the civil war which you predict?
        A stitch in time saves nine.

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        • 663
          stilyagi_air_corps says:

          Parrot? I know nothing of your steenking parrot!

          So, you tell me the fire’s about to go ‘booof’, then slag me off for not wanting to chuck accelerant on it – you’d be great at EOD! I’ll lend you the sledgehammer.

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          • albacore says:

            That’s right, Stilyagi, It clearly wasn’t you who wrote “Why pour petrol on an already smouldering fire?” up there; or you who brought up the subject of a civil war in the first place.
            We’re all imagining it.
            Just like we imagined that time you forgot that you’re Mr Slater’s Parrot, too, and posted bird-brained, erm, banter under the Stilyagi brand.

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          • stilyagi_air_corps says:

            Errr, what tends to happen in Balkanised nations when socialist power-bases collapse, and cheap demagogues start making political inroads? Do remind me…

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          • VGER says:

            Formerly unitary nations splinter into fractions upon ethnic/religious/linguistic grounds. Lord Ashdown of Jawline gets sent in to sort the silly sods out with the kind of manly heroism beloved of pre-war boys’ comics.

            The grumbling sores of the past become vivid scarlines, the ICHR in the Hague finds its diary block-booked – and a new Eurovision voting bloc is born.

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          • albacore says:

            Basics, Stilyagi. Basics.
            If “the first, most important task the will Conservatives face is to prevent a civil war breaking out in this country” (sic), how wll Cameron square that with his avowed intent to accept further immigration into the country – i.e further Balkanisation?

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  68. 217
    Staff meeting in the Brown BBC Bog says:

    On the 7th of May Eddie Izzard will be taken from the BBC studio and shot. Tickets available as from today. Book now as demand will be high.

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    • 231
      Reptiles should stay out of politics says:

      I cannot stomach the repulsive fucking lizard, he has in a single stroke alienated most of britain, apart from a few students, by backing liebore.

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      • 280
        restandbthankfull says:

        I heard a commentator on Aljabeeba call Eddie Lizard a , now what was the word, hmmm, oh yes a “celebrity”. I always wondered what they meant by celebrity – now I know. Lowest of the low and thick as the proverbial. Do you reallt hink anyone chooses who to vote for based on what “celebrities” say. You just couldn’t make it uop could you.

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      • 465
        Old Mother Hen says:

        Eddie Gizzard, he’s the worst of the crop!

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    • 288
      Sir William Waad says:

      Eddie Izzard used to be very, very funny, really painfully hilarious. Then he became pompous and began to appear in terrible roles in Hollywood sludge. His political opinions are no more important than any random person’s, of course.

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      • 661
        revolting peasant says:

        He was never funny.
        I did like Bill Bailey though and was saddenend to see him in a Labour PPB yesterday.

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        • 693
          Lightweight Cast Iron says:

          Yeah, that was a shame.

          I credited him with a bit more sense than that.

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    • 547
      Quantrill says:

      Please take Billy Bragg as well. Pseudo Dorset peasant.

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      • 605
        Billy Slagg says:

        Diversity was getting a little too close for comfort in London, which is why I high tailed it out of there and moved to hideously white Dorset.

        But the rest of you plebs must continue to celebrate diversity up close and personal, or else I shall call you a bigot and write a nasty song about you.

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  69. 219
    Afghanistan Banana Stand says:

    Depressing film indeed.

    Can anyone tell me if the squaddie refuses to shake Snotty’s hand?
    It certainly looks like it to me (he seems to pull his hand away from Snotty’s outstretched one) – and who can blame him for not touching the hand of the Maximum Imbecile

    It’s about 2:55 in

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  70. 230
    Canary Wharf Rat says:

    Guido get rid of that fucking advert at the bottom of the page it’s on a hair trigger every time you scroll across it fires up. It’s as annoying as a pimple in your ear. PS That video (Labour The Disaster Movie) should be on every school’s history curriculum

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    • 268
      Get rid of that fucking orange advert says:

      Tha’ts the one I have been going on about,mostly it’s orange and if your mouse pointer go’s near it it takes over.all it’s done is made me hate Orange mobile with a fucking passion almost as great as I hate Brown

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  71. 236
    Ratsniffer says:

    The video is extremely professional and must have taken a while to put together. Congrats to the director and production company who did it, and the agency who commissioned it. Top job. It’s a shame you can’t buy 10 mins of advertising space on telly so the country can watch it. Says more than any politician ever can.

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  72. 240
    The Sleeper says:

    Wow! Brown getting slaughtered on R5 by a terminally ill cancer sufferer who can’t get money because he has to go to a Job Centre to get a job.

    Poor guy finally said..”Why won’t anybody listen to me?”

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    • 259
      Groucho says:

      Wonder what Brown said about the poor bloke off-air?

      We know that Gordon doesn’t like it when people put him on the spot in public.

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      • 279
        Get rid of that fucking orange advert says:

        Who put that man on,some racist man,doesn’t like me or labour

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      • 347
        Roger Daley says:

        Brown probably said keep him alive until we get the death tax started up.

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    • 284
      restandbthankfull says:

      How many times over the past few days have we heard the Prime Mentalist saying “I’ll get back to you”, or something along th lines of we will get someone to contact you. From where Kirkcaldy when he is trying to find a charity to work for. Perhaps he and Sarah will start working for the Find Madeleine campaign.

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      • 322
        barefootcontessa says:

        Come home to Labour!!!!!!!!!Rather be an orphan.

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      • 324

        Find Madeleine? He probably knows the culprits through his Scottish Labour connections.

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        • 435
          Nick Clegg's immigration relocation, relocation, relocation advisor says:

          There is more than a little truth in that.

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        • 688
          Alistair Darling says:

          Indeed. i always wondered why Gordon Brown sent government spin doctor, Clarence Mitchell, to go and help the neglectful McCans who have many, many links to the establishment.

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          • Quantrill says:

            Could it be anything to do with McCann very senior who was in the Labour hierarchy ?

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  73. 252
    The Court of Public Opinion says:

    New liebour – the failed experiment of the turn of the 21st century, which disgraced the noble office of the Prime Minister of Great Britain by forcing an unelected man into it who needed telling by his media managers not to pick his nose in the house of commons.

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  74. 255

    Not a single one of them is going to change a thing for the better. Are choices are it stays the same or its gets a bit worse. What a choice. I’m not voting but I’m ready to fight against cuts in public services, whoever come in.

    Happy day before not a lot changes.

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    • 303
      Engineer says:

      The first half of your name is about right. You really haven’t been paying attention, have you?

      The country spends about 30% more than it earns. Cutting public services is not optional, it’s an urgent necessity.

      Been following the news about Greece?

      No attempt to cut back – we’re next.

      Do you want the Germans and the IMF running the country?

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      • 325
        barefootcontessa says:

        The public sector will ruin the country. A selfish lot, never had to live on their wits to earn a crust.

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      • 378
        German taxpayer says:

        To be fair to the Germans

        80% of them (according to polls) do not want to intervene in Greece

        Because the Greeks have better benefits than they do in many cases (retirement age, etc)

        The Germans work damn well and damn hard to be well off

        An example to Greece and the other PIGS…

        Who think they can blackmail the Germans into paying for their unearned luxuries…3% of Greek GDP comes ALREADY from EU subsidies…

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        • 530
          barefootcontessa says:

          The Germans owe Greece!

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          • Sorry, la Contessa says:

            What do the ‘Germans’ owe the Greeks.

            Pay for the sins of the grandfathers perhaps?

            The Greeks owe themselves the responsibility of running honest government and balanced budgets (as we should do in the UK).

            If the state borrows money to create a false feeling of well-being (Socialism) and hands out benefits like confetti and the credit tide ebbs, what you see is what you get.

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    • 328
      Lord Fondlebum says:

      ‘a bit worse’. You reckon, do you? A ‘bit’ worse?

      Tell you what I reckon. A double dip recession of ungodly proprtions is baked in the cake. Cast iron guaranteed. God knows how many millions on the unemployment register – or not as the case may be. The value of the pound in your pocket is going to be annhilated, interest rates will rise sharply with little or no prior notice and there will be another banking crisis. Not necessarily in that order.

      And your standard of living is going to plummet.

      And that’s if Brown gets ‘re-elected’.

      Other than that, vote Labour. Just look what they’ve done for you.

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  75. 262
    john p reid says:

    alebecor a bnp man on here saying that the tories have similar policies to them ,says it all tory boys

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    • 573
      Labour..Idiot's Delight says:

      I am not a B..N*P one nation socialist. But a cursory glance at the rough-hewn manifesto of the Labour anti foreign scab renegade party is pure socialism.

      B..N..P is the b*st*rd child of Nulabour misrule. That’s the real shame of Britain. Labour incompetence and corruption alienating their core working class electorate and landing US with the political problems.
      Socialist idiots.

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      • 629
        albacore says:

        Now we’re Tories telling stories
        Of how nazi Labour are
        It’s not just that we are such prats
        Why we let them go so far

        Our position in opposition
        With those Lib’ral dormice, too
        It was supine but we did fine
        Screwing fortunes out of you

        So vote Tory, go for glory
        Shut that horrid Gordon down
        Would we kid you, we’re not EU
        Camou, Clagg-up and daft Brown?

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  76. 263
    Coffin Jock says:

    Labour makes cancer patients seek work.Evil.Just on 5 Live on Browns interview

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  77. 264
    Thick As Thieves says:

    I bet Simon Cowell waited for 2 other celebs to endorse Cameron so he could do that pause then say “You’ve got 3 yeses”

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  78. 274
    Sarah Twatter says:

    WHAT HAPPENS WHEN REAL PEOPLE MEET GORDON

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  79. 287
    Anonymous says:

    I that ‘Pondlife’ Jacqui Smith is keeping a low profile! So Ollie sent Ratcatcher to give her a present.

    http://www.redragonline.com/2010/05/present-for-jacqui-smith.html

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  80. 290
    Janus-faced Gordon Brown says:

    Worked hard and saved for a well-deserved retirement ?

    Want to bequeath your own money to your children/grandchildren ??

    Well, HARD LUCK !!

    I’ve plundered your Pensions since 1997 and I’ll be waiting for you to die in order to take some more !!

    http://tinyurl.com/2vpwynu

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  81. 292
    Friend of Ratcatcher! says:

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  82. 293
    Snap Twigg says:

    Just want to post this about Steven Twigg, I know he is Labour but he is the only candidate here and there has not been any sign of him, not even a leaflet. If he thinks he is getting my vote he can fuck off. I would rather have had fat arse Bob waring than vote for some Hunt who thinks he can just sit on his arse. STEVEN TWIGG YOU ARE A Hunt WITH A CAPITOL C

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  83. 307
    Voltaire says:

    Ban the page 3 girls – Vote Labour and Lib Dem

    Disgrace the Houe of Commons with gay MPs advertising themselves on internet in Y fronts – Vote Labour and Lib Dem

    Labour and Lib Dem

    THE KILLERS OF FREEDOM

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  84. 311
    Damned if you do, damned if you do. says:

    I hope no one imagines anything will change if either the Tories or the Lib Dems are voted in, hung or not. There is no substantial difference between any of these overblown, corrupt, control freaks at the head of the 3 leading parties.

    It’s my understanding that an income tax rate of 10% or so was introduced to pay for the first world war and unlike any other post war period before, the government conveniently (for them) forgot to stop demanding it. They then had to spend all that money they had sloshing about and after they had taken care of themselves they decided to spend it on……….another effing war!

    So now we have all our taxes wasted on a welfare state that supports the drug dealers and hoodies we all hate, quango’s that employ 700,000 people and cost us £50+Bn per year and an overblown government with associated hangers on who shuffle papers and pass 1 new law for every day of the last 13 years allowing surveillance, database recording, DNA profiling and spying on our activities whilst surfing the internet all under the guise of protecting us from terrorists. I won’t even start on the billions wasted on the illegal Iraq war to appease the yanks nor the insane invasion of Afghanistan a place the Russians were kicked out of.

    If you want change read the Libertarian Parties manifesto which proposes to eradicate income tax by eliminating most of the government, the quango’s and doing something about the welfare state.

    Their title says it all, they want to liberate the country after 90 years of abuse promoted by the British public who have been convinced that the best way forward is to hide behind the skirt of a lumbering government that has absolutely no idea beyond their own self interest what they are doing.

    Sack the lot of them and demonstrate to the world what real democracy is!

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    • 335
      barefootcontessa says:

      Quite. Unfortunately the public sector are already preparing themselves for prolonged disruption.

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      • 424
        Anonymous says:

        As someone else accurately observed on an earlier threat. So, the five-a-day outreach co-coordinators strike. That’s bring the country to its knees.

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      • 480
        Lord Fondlebum says:

        As if anyone will notice.

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  85. 314
    Sir William Waad says:

    They’re forecasting rain tomorrow. That should keep a lot of Labour voters indoors, even though on average they have less far to go to a polling station than other voters.

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  86. 315
    Martin Day says:

    I developed a bit of a crush on Sarah Brown yesterday. I might be the only one in the country.

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  87. 320
    Cosmo says:

    why do politicians want us to have an economy based on debt? I don’t borrow and get by ok. But they seem to want us to borrow just to spend and that then makes an economy. It is stupid.

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  88. 321
    amongomous says:

    Labour have done better than i thought they would.
    I was expecting to be climbing over mountains of rubbish and breaking picket lines to queue for a loaf of bread by now.
    They’re still a shower of shit though.

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    • 337
      barefootcontessa says:

      We haven’t reached the crunch yet, that’s why. Newlabour are waiting in the wings, waiting to watch the Tories trying to clear up their mess. Anyone who votes Newlabour or Lib Dem are fools indeed!

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  89. 330
    Dreary Steeples says:

    Plus ca change, plus c’est la meme chose.
    The more things change, the more things remain the same.

    Alphonse Karr 1849

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  90. 331
    Canary Wharf Rat says:

    Looks like sooner or later Greece is gonna go tits up. This will mean that there will have to be some sort of constitutional change within the EU to save the Euro. Best case scenario if no clear majority is that Dave forms a minority Government and insists on a new election + a referendum on the same day once the shit hits the fan in La La Land.

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  91. 332
    Cheese Lover says:

    Just the sort of weather we need for tomorrow here at the moment. Miserable grey sky, fine dampening drizzle and only 10 degrees.

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  92. 334
    jgm2 says:

    OT

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/10097809.stm

    Here’s one for you. Today, after weeks if not months of notice that the Pru is going to be making the biggest cash-call in history in order to finance the purchase of some Asian insurer, the FSA decides to pull the pin. Until after the election.

    Two things. 1) Too bad they weren’t paying attention when RBS bought ABN-AMRO. 2) Do you think the government has let it be known that they (the government) might need that 15bn quid rather than sending it off to Asia.

    Just as the FSA (and SEC) has recently been very high profile making political arrests to consolidate the myth that the crash had fuck all to do with lax legislation or incompetent politicians I suspect this is a political move to make sure that cash goes nowhere. Because Brown has thought of another use for it.

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  93. 336
    hutt says:

    Labour supporting divs and trolls are conceding defeat right across the blogosphere, despite what the idiot polls are saying. Perhaps some of them are not so stupid after all.

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    • 366
      Princess Polytwaddle, ignorant, rich, and ignored, talking down at people from her ivory tower says:

      Vote for Gordon!

      It’s the only way that He – who is the world to me – can stay in power, in office, and in my thoughts!

      For he engages my every waking moment!

      My total energy – of which I have heaps – is all directed to Him – The ONLY ONE who can make sense of me and my world and what I try to achieve.

      His Deep Penetrating Voice – it reaches parts that only He can reach!

      And what He does with It when it’s in!

      The vigour of his Thrusting Delivery!

      The variety of His Approaches!

      The Posistions He has me in!

      Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!

      Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!

      Don’t help me . . . I’m going ……….. I’ve gone!! into the rapture of status polytwadlicus . . vote for Gordonn …………. complete my joy!

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  94. 339
    • 352
      Anti-Carter-Fuck Movement says:

      SAVE OUR FREEDOM

      SCRAP UK’S LIBEL LAWS

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    • 423
      Engineer says:

      Hilariously, the Grauniad is now having a hissy-fit about the Sun possibly photo-shopping the picture. (See Guido’s “Seen Elsewhere”.)

      Who ever heard of a photoshopped glamour pic, eh?

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      • 432
        jgm2 says:

        Cutting edge journalism at its finest.

        Not for nothing does the Grauniad have the reputation as a high-brow left-of-centre newpaper.

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  95. 342
    Javelin says:

    The whole of Athens can’t get past 16 cops.

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  96. 346
    Aging Bull says:

    Mr Brown told BBC Radio 5 Live: ”The novelty of television debates clouded the need for policy to be debated.

    ”We’re making big choices about the NHS, schools and about jobs, industry and the economy.

    ”I feel we have not yet discussed sufficiently the risks to the economy in the future and the need for jobs to be secure.”

    Mr Brown acknowledged Labour’s campaign had also been hit by the row over his calling lifelong Labour supporter Gillian Duffy a ”bigoted woman”.

    But he said: ”The real Gordon Brown is someone who makes mistakes and owns up to it quickly.

    ”I recognised I had made a mistake. It was loose words that I used and something that I don’t do.

    ”I’ve apologised to Mrs Duffy. I think I’ve done what’s right by apologising and I hope people understand that.”

    Despite his criticism of the debates, Mr Brown insisted he was not trying to shift the blame for Labour’s poor performance in the polls, saying: ”I have said I take responsibility.”

    ___________________

    I think that I going to fucking explode.

    FUCK OFF BROWN!

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  97. 349
    SNP strategist says:

    IN SCOTLAND

    VOITE SNP

    THE ONLY WAY TO GET RID OF CRIMINAL SCOTTISH LABOUR

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  98. 358
    Anonymous says:

    Labour being given fantastic coverage on sky for the past few days. Lots of free party political broadcasts. Tories getting occasional two minute sound bites.

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    • 372
      Rambling Madly says:

      Give Sky their due though, Anonymous. Every second of Brown on the telly is another vote lost. He really is cyanide on the doorstep.

      My particular favourite moment was when he was running through all the ‘successes’ of New Labour, such as gay adoption.

      Wow. I’m really pleased the Blair/Brown revolution achieved that particular holy grail.

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  99. 360
    Seek says:

    I see Guido has worked out a new way of censoring while not seeming to, by making posts not relate to other posts they are meant for.

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  100. 363
    The Beast of manchester says:

    On a positive note
    Beasts friendly Dr and her father (A Cardiologist) have both looked at Blair and pronounced him to be a dead man walking
    Severe internal organ failure
    There are two Gods and I have a funny feeling that Tony isnt going to spend eternity with the one that he claims to follow

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  101. 367
    Rambling Madly says:

    Guido, I do hope you’re going to still be lighting matches between Cameron’s toes should he actually overcome all the gerrymandering and actually become Prime Minister.

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    • 390
      reese says:

      After we’ve done filleting the Labour Party once all the skeletons are let out of the cupboard post May 6th.

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    • 698
      Anonymous says:

      Have no fear Rambling. Cameron will be P.M. with a majority of 30-55.

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  102. 375
    a future fucked for all says:

    blair backing fat jacqui!!!!!

    that’s like fred west rallying for rose west!!!!!!!!!!!

    i really hope they all die slowly from cancer of the rectum!!!!!
    +++++++++++++++
    ps just wondering how much greek debt our treasury ,banks and councils own??????? nobody seems to be admitting having any so far………

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  103. 376
    Dear_Gurden says:

    Mr Bruin
    The sight of you on television makes me feel physically sick.
    How anybody could have defected from the Limp Dems back to you must be a measure of the growing insanity that is gripping this once proud nation.
    I suggest you go to Greece for a well deserved rest (you may care to see first hand while you are there the real consequences of government overspend).

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  104. 386
    The Sleeper says:

    Tessa Jowell on DP wearing all black….an omen or in mourning?

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  105. 394
    Adios el Gordo says:

    NuLabour
    For
    mandleson twice, harman, balls, blears, whelan, mcbride, draper, morley, blair (both), cooper, ainsworth, iraq war, boom and bust, smith (both), martin, bercow, spain in the g20, campell, misleading chilcott, prescott, underfunding the troops, no referndum in europe, crap schools, poor hospitals, unemployment, binge drinking, millennium dome, benefits scroungers, enormous underclass, sale of gold, human rights, terrorism laws invoked on pensioners, insulting pensioners, contemplation suites, quangos, massage rooms, millionaire ex leaders, cash for questions, bath plugs and porn, champagne socialism double standards, hewitt, beckitt, disingenuous and patronising

    Get stuffed and good night.

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    • 643
      revolting peasant says:

      Not forgetting the 284 soldiers killed and countless others injured in Afghanistan.

      Like

  106. 395
    Dig Picaso up and hang him says:

    Some obscenity has just paid 70 million for another obscenity. And they wonder why people are rioting

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    • 468
      Sir William Waad says:

      What is it you don’t like about Picasso? Is it because:

      (1) he was a brilliant draightsman but his paintings are pretentious crap; or

      (2) he had an insane fear and hatred of women; or

      (3) he plagiarised better artists (braque, matisse etc); or

      (4) he unleashed a torrent of pseudery on the world; or

      (5) he painted that awful grey splodge about Guernica; or

      (6) his work sells for ludicrous prices?

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      • 510
        c.eng says:

        Mostly I hate him ’cause I don’t own any of his paintings as they’d be a much better hedge against British economic collapse than my worthless GBPs.

        The fact that they were ugly paintings for pseuds doesn’t seem to enter into it.

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      • 565
        Jereremy Clerk's son says:

        I’ve owned several Picassos and always found them to be reliable and economical. Sadly, they depreciate quickly.

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        • 578
          Nous sommes artistes says:

          Picasso never paid for his lunch, ever.

          He asked for a napkin and signed it.

          What a rogue.

          Legal tender in his own life time.

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  107. 400
    A Times Comment says:

    Cleggy, oh Cleggy, you’re an absolute berk,
    A glimpse of your ‘policies’ show they simply won’t work !
    On Defence you would leave us practically unguarded:
    Your views on Immigration make me think you’re retarded !
    When it comes to imprisonment, almost no-one would get jail.
    You’d change our Pounds for euros when that’s about to fail !
    As for our Country and Europe you’d give Brussels full control.
    You’d better stop digging, Nick; look at the size of that hole !

    We’re all used to thinking LibDems are harmless but bonkers,
    Now we’re seeing all too clearly, they’re dangerous plonkers.
    Mr. Clegg says he’s aiming to be the next Prime Minister,
    Then he talks about coalition; isn’t that rather sinister ?
    ‘Calamity Clegg’ is a nickname colleagues gave him,
    If that was a prediction, our prospects could be v. grim !
    ‘Change that works for you’ is the motto you are spouting,
    Bring out the sandals and beards: time they had an outing !

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    • 425
      SarahN says:

      Re: defence – against what? Look at our government! We’re our own worst enemy. The bloody Germans couldn’t have done to us what the Labour Party have achieved.

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  108. 406
    Dreary Steeples says:

    Never in the history of this sceptred isle, has so much debt, been created by so few, in such a short space of time. I hope the tumbrils are in good working order on Friday.

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  109. 409
    Greek says:

    Here we are out calling the politicians thieves and we never had that. You had it proved yours are thieves and your voting them back in. Losers and idiots I spit on the british

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  110. 410
    Anonymous says:

    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601109&sid=aDfD84fRUvv0&pos=10

    the bankers will all be in Switzerland soon

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  111. 414
    Geordie Scoot says:

    This site is a mess – get back from the pub, Guido!

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  112. 418
    Damned if you do, damned if you do. says:

    Labour & Milliband……..condoning torture in Uzbekistan including people being boiled alive.

    Is this what we have to look forward to in this country?

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    • 498
      Cancer says:

      you could have posted a link so everyone knows what your going on about. I happen to know but not everyone does

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  113. 421
    Riotous says:

    #
    Lord Fondlebum says:
    May 5, 2010 at 12:12 pm

    Could? It’s a bloody certainty.
    Reply
    test.yeah it is

    fuck this from now on I am copying and pasting the post I am replying to into my reply.That will fuck you Guido

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  114. 427
    Riotous says:

    Athens Burning

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  115. 429
    This is what keeps me awake at night says:

    The British budget deficit is considerably larger than that of its U.S. counterpart. In fact, at about 12% of GDP, Britain’s budgetary shortfall is now nearing Greek territory. The City of London looks much less likely to sustain the entire economy going forward – the financial-services business itself may get smaller, and there is now little reason why it should not move elsewhere.

    House prices in Britain haven’t fallen as far as they have in the United States, which could well mean that there are more huge losses to come in the housing-finance sector.

    Various social pathologies have been encouraged by the last 13 years of politically correct public spending, so the forces that should produce an entrepreneurial revival here in the United States may prove too weak to prevail in Great Britain.

    There’s a second difference whose impact is worth noting. In the United States, a mere year of government expansion has produced a huge political backlash. In Britain, the expansion of government was twice rewarded with thumping election victories – one in 2001 and the other in 2005. Only now, when disaster has occurred, is there any possibility of change – and even now there’s no certainty of it.

    Bank of England (BOE) Governor Mervyn A. King recently said that the party that wins this election would become so unpopular because of the policies it was forced to introduce that it would be out of power for a generation.

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    • 484
      Ratsniffer says:

      ..and the real risk is that labour would move back to the far left, with even more marxist policies, get back into power, and the whole cycle would start again….

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  116. 444
    they think it's all over says:

    Paddy Power are paying out early for Cameron as PM, and Tory overall majority.

    http://uk.news.yahoo.com/18/20100504/img/puk-bookmaker-paddy-power-i-2-e0b7bc6ac4e6.html

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    • 466
      stun says:

      Correct on the first part. Not for the overall majority: 8/11 hung parliament; 21/20 overall Conservative majority

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  117. 447
    stilyagi_air_corps says:

    When I vote Conservative tomorrow, I shall think of Ivan, and then you, and then the West Lothian Question. Revenge can be both sweet and cold, like a sorbet.

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  118. 449
    Sally Webster says:

    Gordon
    Heal my cancer just as you healed the world

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  119. 450
    amongomous says:

    It’s halfway through the last day of campaigning and i’m eagerly waiting for todays monumental fuck up from doom and the liebore party.

    Gordon farts and follows through 8/1

    Mandelscum fondles a schoolboy 5/4

    Balls headbutts an old lady 3/1

    Straw caught pawning his office supplies to buy crack for his son 7/2

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    • 462
      The Sleeper says:

      Harman caught sucking off Nick Clegg……6/4 on

      Clegg enjoying it…….evens.

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  120. 455
    listener at best says:

    Message to BBC news Hunts
    The news is not a show and you are not the stars. I am a viewer not the audience. I don’t want your Hunt of an opinion about the news I want the facts and fuck all else.

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  121. 460
    Anonymous says:

    Will the jinx of the Gordoon affect the Sheffield Forgemaster after your favourite personality visited the firm, hmm I wonder!

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  122. 461
    Arsonist says:

    Greeks are burning the banks down

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    • 469
      Bring back the Drachma says:

      Won’t do much harm, there’s no money inside them these days.

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      • 537
        Bring back the Drachma says:

        How wrong I was. Three people have been killed. The Euro has blood on its hands.

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        • 560

          Always has had.

          Funny thing is, this is *exactly* what critics of a single currency predicted; the sensible north imposing restrictions on the lax south, and social unrest resulting.

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        • 561
          sockpuppet #4 says:

          So you don’t want to blame this one on the communists, that make the greek socialist government look sensible and realistic?

          I suppose if they had the drachma they could have just printed tonnes of the stuff and the pain would be delayed several years. Wonderful plan, if only we had a leader with such vision.

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          • Who me?

            I dont’ give a shit – just another indication of the failure of democracy. People WILL NOT vote for hard times.

            it’s democracy thats’ the world’s core problem, not markets or banks or currencies – the stupid idea that one man’s opinions are as valid and sensible as the next’s.

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          • Cataclysm says:

            The communists are taking massive advantage of it.

            Best days of their lives.

            Whiff of grape shot coming.

            Britain has just postponed not cancelled.

            If the Euro goes down, sterling will be sucked down with it.

            Look where our trade is!

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        • 592
          Angela Merkel says:

          “Nothing less than the future of Europe, and with that the future of Germany in Europe, is at stake,” Merkel told lawmakers. “We are at a fork in the road.”

          If a United Germany pulls out of Europe then it would be a very powerfull country indeed.

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          • sockpuppet #4 says:

            OK. “forkin-thursday”

            She did seem to mark a start of German pessimism about europe, and not just expect other EU states to be good.

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  123. 464
    Sir William Waad says:

    Calm down, Adolf. At 121 years old you shouldn’t really be using the computer on you own. Time for your macaroni!

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  124. 467
    Vera Duckworth comes back from the dead says:

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  125. 473
    Arsonist says:

    Live stream from Athens

    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/5537681?

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  126. 476
    Makes you sick part 1 says:

    yasmin alibi broon on jeremy vine bbc radio 2 bigging up Nick Clunk and saying that the reason why his amnesty for all illegal im migrants is unpopular is that no one understands it properly. She also used the words “balanced parliament”. Yea, right.

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  127. 487
    Cap'n Scooby says:

    Vote Labour

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  128. 494
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    Poppy for PM :)

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  129. 495

    I’d piss myself if Fawkes sold your I.P address to Mossad for a laugh!

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  130. 496
    Moley says:

    Why is it that Labour thinks it would be perfectly acceptable to form a coalition Government with a leader who is not Brown and who is put in place unopposed with no proper leadership election.? Within days of a General election.

    Mandelson’s boy (Miliband) is favourite.

    Why have the papers not condemned this scenario as ridiculous and an insult to democracy? If it happens I will stop paying my council tax, and I would urge everybody else to do the same.

    The alternative of course is that Brown stays as Leader, but nobody is in favour of that either.

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    • 554

      So its Brown as leader or the Greek option then?
      Probably we’ll have both.

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      • 608
        Moley says:

        If Labour have anything to do with the next Government, we WILL have the Greek option.

        Brown as Leader and still in Government will give us the Greek option.(Including the riots).

        A leadership election prior to the formation of a coalition will give us the Greek option because it will take too long and be too bloody.

        An unelected leader chosen by Mandelson and imposed on the country just after a general election will provide the riots, and civil disobedience and the Greek option.

        Labour is finished.

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    • 678
      Tristram from Stoke says:

      I am Mandelson’s boy and don’t you forget it.

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  131. 507
    Gas says:

    I’m fuming

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  132. 512
    The IMF is coming says:

    What’s Fawkes up to?
    Last day of election and last post 8.22 am
    Something good coming next?

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  133. 522
    Public Lavatory Attendant says:

    Boden catalogue has new range of Cameron shirts with self-rolling sleeves in offensive Grayling & Stroud blue. Not available in pink

    Like

    • 568

      Crew Clothing are doing a Lib Dem sweater than can be worn any way round you like. It can also fold up and fit into someone else’s pocket.

      Matalan have some Labour combat boots. They are marketed as work wear but they are not tough enough. Couldn’t kick a crap leader out of the party with them .They’d just fall apart. But they are only £9.99, or £68.75 if you take them on a PFI option.

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  134. 531
    An optimistic pessimist says:

    Take your medication, prick.

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  135. 536
    D L George says:

    Aha, sites gone funny again.

    Excellent video Guido.

    And…
    Mine from last week (sort of a shortened version without the pictures or a party at the end)

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  136. 556

    It appears they’re burning bankers in Athens – that Euro’s really working out well isn’t it?

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  137. 571
    barefootcontessa says:

    For all the damage Germany did to Greece during their occupation, Germany should hand over the money interest free.

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  138. 577
    Kevin Webster says:

    Fuck that
    Vote for Dave, kill Sally off and I can carry on shagging Tyrones slut, the one with the huge cancer free tits.
    I do a full service for £50

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  139. 584
    The Days are over says:

    3 dead in Athens Bank,hope they are bankers

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  140. 585
    D L George says:

    Bl**dy H*ll.

    I would have wrote this in a reply to a post above but things are going wonky.

    I posted this to BBC’s ‘have your say’ and it was banned, I’ve had an email from them saying…
    “we’ve had to remove your content…This is because special House Rules are in place during election periods.

    Could someone tell me how this could possibly break there rules?
    I added a link to my YouTube vid at the end but that’s not ‘pro’ any political party. There’s also nothing in there rules that say you can’t link to other material.
    Here it is in full, the people’s names I’m replying to are in bold…
    ———————————————————————————–
    Soton1990-
    “I hate Labour due to how they promise the earth and deliver nothing”

    Gordon Brown’s legal position on that is…
    “manifesto pledges are not subject to legitimate expectation.” Feb 2008.
    Funny that’s not mentioned very often. How many ‘pledges’ have they been kicking out recently?

    chadmulligan-
    save the stress – don’t vote!

    NO, VOTE!. Doesn’t matter who you vote for, it can be an independant who you like or the Monster Raving Looney Party. Doesn’t matter if they don’t have a chance, what matters is the overall count. In 2005 27,110,727 people placed a vote, of those, 17,548,605 voted against Labour. The Higher that figure becomes, the more ridiculous the whole parliamentary system will appear. Our system needs to change.

    If anyone’s still undecided on which way to vote tomorrow, here’s some genuine stories you may have missed. (not spam)

    ———————————————————————————–

    How is that breaking their election rules? Unless their rules state it is wrong to knock Labour, which they don’t, I’ve read em!

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  141. 590
    Analyst says:

    If Labour get back in, Then i’m doing one to Russia as they have become very pro capitalist country and paralleling early 1930′s America in a sense. They have lived under the horrors of socialism and communism and are reluctant to go back to those dark days and the country is thriving in an industrial sense.

    Putin is ruthless enough to take out the socialists and radical islamists by any means neccessary and their is a strong neo nazi movement in Russia to fight them busy and keep them diverted so we normal people can get on with our daily lives.

    Russia also controls the EU’s and UK’s gas so while your all having blackouts and famines, I will be sitting with a chilled vodka and reading some Tolstoy.

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    • 622
      Death says:

      yep Putin is my main man with them socialists

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    • 624
      Smig says:

      I can recommend Kazakhstan. Plenty of oil and gas from the Tengiz Caspian oil reserves, although I’d recommend living in the North of the country.

      The southern cities, such as Atyrau are very industrialised and chock full of petro-chem industry. Petropavlovsk is very European looking, as are the ladies that live there. Got to blame Stalin’s purges of East Germans and Poles for that though.

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  142. 591
    Harriet Harman (bound and gagged in the basement of 39 Victoria Street) says:

    Mmmmmhhh! Nrrrghhh!! Arglhhhargghhhh! Hllphlllphlllp!!!

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  143. 593
    Miriam Clegg says:

    I’m hoping for a well-hung Parliament.

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  144. 594
    Nick2 says:

    Final deathmatch DP BBC 2 NOW

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  145. 599
    MB. says:

    Just appeared on The Times Online

    “The British National Party has been plunged into further internal turmoil after the head of its online operation resigned and took the website down with him.

    Simon Bennett, 41, directed BNP traffic to his personal website, which contained a lengthy diatribe against Nick Griffin, the leader of the far-right party, and other senior figures. “

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      Death says:

      The fact that you didn’t get modded using the 3 words told me this was a Guido plant

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  146. 600
    Martin Day says:

    The London Evening Standard declares for Labour !!!!!!

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    • 626
      Smig says:

      Ahem, yes you boy! Attention at the back!

      That would be “The London Evening Standard declares defeat for Labour.

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  147. 603
    Gobshite says:

    A song for Gordon:

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  148. 607
    Gordon "I've got to lie to you again" Brown says:

    The Labour party have made the UK a leader in Europe. We will have the largest budget deficit of all 27 EU nations this year. It’s official – the EU said so today. Another Labour success! Vote Labour!

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    • 623
      Bob Page says:

      Also the leader in:

      Knife crime
      Binge drinking
      Teenage pregnancy
      Childhood illiteracy
      Domestic abuse
      Kiddie fiddling
      Obesity
      Islamic extremism

      Any more?

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  149. 610
    Anonymous says:

    No mention of the Baroness Scotland story? Let’s not forget that one.

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  150. 614
    Nick2 says:

    What’s happened to the final DP Election Debate? The others were focussed & sharp – this one is just a chat show without the sofa.(But there is Hatemen.)

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  151. 620
    Death says:

    add them to my list

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  152. 628
    Thick As Thieves says:

    Knock Knock
    “Who’s there?”
    “David Cameron, vote for ch…”
    “FUCK OFF!”

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  153. 631
    Dorian Smith says:

    Another disaster movie is Harriet Harman on the Daily Politics Trust Debate.

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  154. 632
    Pray out the gay says:

    I see Channel 4 news were butthurt last night about not being able to do another gay ambush on Cameron.

    The lefty twitterati have been going bananas about Philippa Stroud but failing to realise most people don’t give a fuck.

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  155. 633
    • 710
      UK Border Agency - Specialists in Open Borders says:

      Not quite sure where the Somali pirates get their manpower, thanks to us and Gordon most of the fuckers are here in the UK, dealings drugs on a high street near you with impunity!

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  156. 635
    thick as thieves says:

    they are worse than the j’ews and that is saying something

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  157. 638
    Death says:

    This years list of those who oppose free speech with violence

    http://en.rsf.org/predator-abdallah-ibn-al-saud,37208.html

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  158. 641
    B*NP says:

    We will deal with crime in a way no other party will

    http://tinyurl.com/2bpw7mt

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    • 654
      Liebor Good At Only One Thing - LIES says:

      FICTION: Brown says we don’t want cuts to front line services like the POLICE

      FACT: I made a 999 call last week, waited 30 minutes, the officer attending was alone in his vehicle, in fact alone on duty hoping to deal with any incidents within approximately 25 Sq. Miles at 8pm in the evening.

      GORDON: You only know the way of the BIG LIE!

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  159. 642
    Sally the Slag says:

    RT @RedThalheimer: Cameron, you bring the cuts. We’ll bring you Greece! #ge10
    by SallyBercow via twitter at 5/5/2010 1:48:33 PM2:48 PM

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  160. 645
    BALLS says:

    Time to castrate the slimey blinking fuck

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  161. 646
    B*NP says:

    There is no class. There was upper class. They say it’s gone. But I still see it. The middle class. Well they used to be the conservative voters who worked in banks and such like.They say they are gone. But I still see them. Then the working class. They were the workers who drove the buses and trains,worked the mines,made the steel,built the ships.I don’t see much of those about now.So the only class left is the voting class. The conservative and the labour. So it’s still the same old class.

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  162. 651
    Greek Gov with bankers meeting says:

    Whats the damage?
    3 dead and some cars on fire, a few cops and protesters hurt and a bank burnt.
    Ok no problem keep going with the cuts.Give it a couple of days and they will get tired.Estimates,looks at bankers
    Oh we think we can cover it and charge them double later.
    Ok keep up the good work

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  163. 652
    I need to know! says:

    will there be a live chat for the election tomorrow night Guido?

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  164. 657
  165. 665
    A Labour Twink says:

    I have fallen in love with the poster thick as thieves and wish to be dominated by him.

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  166. 667
    Martin Day says:

    I am really quite disappointed with the Conservative manifesto.

    In fact, I think I’ll go back to using Andrex.

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  167. 668
    Gorgon Brhoon, the Moronic Hoon says:

    I always lie.

    What other choice do I have? I don’t know how to do anything else –

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  168. 670
    Vimerio says:

    Play the long game.

    Vote tactically Labour or Whig, keep the Tories out. Once the country’s bust, there won’t be any danger of the socialist scum governing again.

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  169. 673
    Martin Day says:

    What will David Cameron do now ??

    Business leaders refuse to sign Tory letter on dangers of hung Parliament says Beeb http://bit.ly/cQznCM

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    • 686
      Martin Day's goldfish says:

      So you haven’t got anything useful (!) to do for the labour party.
      A motivated labour type arsing about on this site? today?

      Hello derek.

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    • 706
      Martin Day says:

      Bob Roberts and Fabian Solutions – Fancy a threesome?

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  170. 675
    The masses says:

    We want cake and jam and we want it today and tomorrow and we want it for free.

    Like

  171. 676
    NSA says:

    Guido’s site is being copied every time a post is published

    Like

  172. 679
    Snake says:

    fucking hell Guido are you going to give the window lickers a new pane of glass to slurp over or what?

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  173. 680
    Mr Nobody says:

    When all is said and done, we are faced with the serious prospect of 5 more years of Gordon Brown. The only sensible thing to do is vote Tory.

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  174. 683
    The Court of Public Opinion says:

    Liebour caught changing their online manifesto just before the election: http://tinyurl.com/3yuuk4o

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  175. 687
  176. 691
    Snake says:

    This twat looks like that nonce sky caught yesterday

    http://www2.labour.org.uk/theyll-be-voting-labour-on-thursday

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  177. 694
    Snake says:

    I got to agree with the cow on this one

    http://www.socialistunity.com/?p=5784

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  178. 701
    Gladys Ribby-Brown says:

    Nick Clogg live @ Durham…

    It’s been suggested that gesturing while you talk may improve your access to language…will someone tell him to sit on his fcking hands. He’s really twisting my melon!

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  179. 703
    Gladys Ribby-Brown says:

    LMAO Sky live…
    Interview with bridal shop owner in Morley, “Balls” poster in his window but he’s wearing a Ferrari polo-shirt?????

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  180. 713
    Athelstan says:

    No real mention of deliberate Nu-Lav policy to permanently and irrevocably change the ethnicity of Britain, once more political correctness stifles and at the last strangles Tory message.
    Dave you’re a weedy PC twerp an embarrassment when compared to former Tory leaders who were inspirations to their peers and generations.
    But there is no choice, I hate the socialists and loath their insidious mendacity and deceptions, all of them will be eternally damned.

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The lefties are attacking because the panellist is a millionaire and lives in a London home worth upwards of two million. Someone had best tell them he’s called Ed Miliband.


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