June 25th, 2010

Knock, Knock. Who’s There? Gordon!

Gordon broke away from answering the door at his Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath constituency office to briefly show his face during prayers in the chamber of the Commons yesterday.

His visit lasted 6 minutes according to Quentin Letts

Not exactly giving the taxpayer value for money is he? He never has though, has he?

Picture courtesy of Stramash.


307 Comments

  1. 1
    The Court of Public Opinion says:

    Once a loser, always a loser.

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    • 12
      David Laws says:

      Good thing I’m a Liberal Guido loves or he might start asking where I am.

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      • 27
        Can't remember my moniker says:

        You can see quite clearly how he has been using his crayons.

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        • 34
          It's Dave's big day on Saturday! Obama will bend him over and give him his Presidential BullyRamming says:

          Mr Cameron will look to smooth the “special relationship” with Washington when he has his first face-to-face meeting with President Obama on Saturday.

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          • Can't remember my moniker says:

            Tat wants to smooth the “special relationship” with any tranny he can.

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          • MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK schizo and ODD says:

            Hey Tat moniker, can we go cottaging again later?
            I’ll let even you rimm the tramps for small change today.

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          • Can't remember my monikers tranny(pre-op) gay lover says:

            I had a lovely time what with you rimming me all night long, Can’t remember my moniker.
            Same again tonight lover?

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          • Can't remember my moniker says:

            Third rate sockpuppets.

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          • Mad Frankie + CRMM Gay Lovers? Without a doubt says:

            And still a better class of sockpuppet than you.
            Tough break.

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          • Can't remember my moniker says:

            I don’t do sockpuppetry.

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        • 44
          David Laws says:

          I could afford real Buttplugs and Dildos for my rentboy using the £40,000 of taxpayers money we stole.
          We didn’t have to make do with shoving crayons up our arse like you.

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          • Can't remember my moniker says:

            You must have a huge problem now, deciding whether the hate the LibDems more than the Conservatives. They have put your mob out of business for a long time – no correction – that mong, whose constituency office is pictured above did it single handedly. Go and knock on his door and tell him that you have a talent with using one hand. You will both get on well.

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          • David Laws says:

            I hate Cameron for firing me just because I was giving £40,000 to my rentboy.

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          • Can't remember my moniker says:

            Oh, so you still hate the Conservatives more then, rentboy.

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          • David Laws says:

            Nice Nick wouldn’t have fired me.

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      • 61
        Bored housewife says:

        I saw you in the House either on Tuesday or Wednesday, can’t remember which.

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    • 20
      Da peng ov Penge says:

      Dat whitey called brown is liek da bad luck jinx of da whole world.

      I woz watchin this thing on the Sky yeah and he was like looking like dat special kid at skool wit da retard face innit.

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  2. 2
    PeeWee says:

    I wonder what expenses he’ll claim for his two attendances (not days) in Westminster?

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  3. 3

    Hours of business 9.30am to 4.30pm…………

    …..cushy.

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  4. 4
    Sick Nick says:

    where’s Gordon, hopefully on the end of a rope.

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    • 14
      Ethan says:

      Amen brother! You find a tree, I’ll form part of the angry mob with burning torches!

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    • 16
      the whale of fail says:

      He’s in Hospital

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    • 18
      the whale of fail says:

      He’s watching football all the time.

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      • 182
        Grammar School Boy says:

        There’ll be dancing on the streets of Raith tonight!

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        • 291
          Bonnie Gordon's lament says:

          Of all the money e’er I had,
          I spent it saving the economy
          And all the harm I’ve ever done,
          P’shaw! it t’was only to all of ye.
          And all I’ve done for want of wit
          To mem’ry now I shan’t recall
          So fill to me the parting glass
          Good night and curs’d be you all

          Oh, all the comrades e’er I had,
          They’re not sorry for my going away,
          And all the supporters e’er I had,
          They’d wish’d me not one more day to stay,
          But since it fell unto my lot,
          That I had to go and Cameron did not,
          I sulkily rise and mutter to the throng,
          Good night and I was NOT in the wrong.

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  5. 5
    Gordon Brown's Press Officer says:

    Why not expose that ginger,David Laws ??????

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    • 22
      David Cameron's Press Officer says:

      Why not expose that guy who lost,Gordon Brown ??????
      Every day.
      For Weeks.

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      • 96
        The Peoples Press Officer says:

        Lets just expose the entire gang of crooks????

        They ( with very few exceptions ) all deserve pissing on.

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        • 125
          Can't remember my moniker says:

          Wouldn’t piss on any of them if they were to catch fire.

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        • 292
          gildedtumbril says:

          The entire gang of crooks need to be tarred and feathered and then hanged. Unceremonially, of course and by way of piano wire and lamp posts.
          It is the right thing to do…

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    • 186
      The Bottle Fed Triplet says:

      Don’t forget Jacqui “I am sort of sorry but I get to keep the £100k” Smith. Vera “I am so important I mustn’t lose my licence as you will have to pay for my taxis” Baird. Margaret “I love taking taxpayers money and wearing silly hats in the vain hope they will make me look attractive” Moran.

      Keep an eye out for these troughers. As they say, “Keep your friend close, keep your enemies closer”.

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  6. 6
    Little Richard says:

    Keep a knockin’ but you can’t come in
    Keep a knockin’ but you can’t come in
    Keep a knockin’ but you can’t come in
    Come back tomorrow night and try it again

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    • 28
      Da peng ov Penge says:

      dats a kewl song.
      ma second bitch got dem words in a rap innit. she gonna do dem toons on da xfactor man and win it for me and she gonna get ma humvee for all my bitches

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      • 104
        Peckham Massive says:

        “xfactor”

        You is not keepin it real, it’s xfacta, you is not well wicked and Penge is like the saaf London mayfair innit?

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        • 132
          Da peng of Penge says:

          shup fool. i been practisin da words for da GCSE innit. i got to be spellin right sumtimes.

          ya man Penge is got loads of richy whitey with da hot bitches for da peng to be corruptin

          i iz gonna own Penge wit da humvee innit

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  7. 7
    Nick Clegg says:

    I love watching my wife’s arse wobble as she walks.

    It means she’s heading away from me.

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  8. 8
    Talwin says:

    Just before the general election, didn’t Brown and sweet Sarah suggest on GMTV that if he lost he would probably get involved in charity work. Well, he clearly has……..for himself.

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    • 23
      Hugh Janus says:

      ….and the taxpayer is making the donation for his PM’s pension and his salary as an (idle) MP.

      Time for performance-related pay – in which case he owes us.

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  9. 9
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Whats with the colour ?
    Has he joined the Lib-Dems ?

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    • 33
      Can't remember my moniker says:

      Morning sir.

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      • 36
        MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

        Good morning ar moniker i trust you are well ?

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        • 45
          Can't remember my moniker says:

          Yes thanks, and all the better for reading you here again. Yourself?

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          • MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

            Fine mate
            just off to earn some more tax money shortly !

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          • MAD FRANKIE moniker - schizo nutter says:

            you should be sharing a mental hospital with Brown
            you really are a sad lonely retarded twat to be desperate and deranged enough to keep talking to yourself using another moniker

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          • AC1 says:

            I see Mad Frankie and his boyfriend Can’t remember your moniker are have another rim session.
            Not in the corridors ladies.
            Please.

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          • Can't remember my moniker says:

            Look at these twats, Frankie. Have they got nothing better to do? Your tax is paying for their crack habit. Impersonating AC1 too….

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          • Da peng ov Penge says:

            Ac1 u is on da slope. u got no respec for da man.

            i gettin ma crosshairs on u

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          • Can't remember his boyfriends name and Mad Frankie = Gay love ahhh lovely isn't it says:

            If you want to look at a twat, you have but to look in the mirror.

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          • Can't remember my moniker says:

            If I put it at 45° to you!

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          • One of your better efforts says:

            Not bad.

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  10. 10
    Brown the Gurner says:

    I getting my money’s worth from NHS Psychiatrists.

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  11. 11
    Anonymous says:

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  12. 13
    13eastie says:

    He was described on Today as having been wearing a ‘fixed grin’ at the HoC.

    Maybe he is in good spirits after a month on the rocking-horse.

    Maybe there is no cure for neuroleptic-induced oromandibular dystonia.

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  13. 15
    Jus Askin says:

    I can understand how prior to the election you would want to bang on about Gordon Brown night and day Guido, but now Labour have lost the election your constant coverage of him is a sign that you are a bad winner.
    Haven’t you got any better stories to hawk or are you just working for Dave now?

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    • 19
      the whale of fail says:

      don’t spoil it for the rest of us!!!
      the huge irony of his Brown obsession is deliciously funny

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      • 32
        Follow The Money says:

        Thatcher this, thatcher that, thatcher everywhere………….lets bang on about thatcher like a load of twats for 20 years since she has been in office.

        It is amusing the left wing don’t see the irony, that people are just taking a leaf out of the lefts book for a change.

        Get used to Gordon Browns name being heard reguarly as people rightfully blame him for the debt we all have to pay for the next five decades if not more.

        You will never be allowed to forget him.

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        • 65
          the whale of fail says:

          that’s it!!! please encourage him
          I didn’t vote for the cu’nt and Guido certainly didn’t
          so just let the massive irony wash over your head as you struggle to understand why we are all laughing

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          • Let's laugh at the prats for the next twenty years says:

            Laughing?

            Yeah sure, your hero and his party, stink like rotting fish. While I am sure you would rather the stench go away and Labour re-launch itself when the air clears, without anyone mentioning your dysfunctional ex leader.
            Well it aint going to happen, deal with it.

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          • the whale of fail says:

            excellent!! keep spluttering and whining as it’s really getting hilarious now
            it’s difficult to choose whether it’s your complete incomprehension of why it’s so funny or your inability to undertand a simple phrase like “I didn’t vote for the cu’nt”, but regardless, you’re an incredibly funny self parody
            more please

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      • 41
        Jus Sayin says:

        Which says a lot about you Tories.
        Gordon Brown fucked up the economy and sent our troops to die for no reason.
        But this constant blame game that the Conservative party is playing will help neither our economy nor our troops who continue to be slaughtered upon the altar of political expediency.

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        • 55
          Follow The Money says:

          I’m not a Tory.

          So your arguement is futile.

          Both sides are enslavers, it amuses me though that the left wing try and revise history every time to potray themselves as a force for good when they are clearly not and never will be.

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        • 60
          foxy says:

          “Gordon Brown fucked up the economy and sent our troops to die for no reason” and in you’re own words you sort of get a clue why we hate the f***er

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          • Jus Sayin says:

            Well David Cameron, Liam Fox and William Hague are repeating exactly the same false reasons for leaving our soldiers to die for no reason on foreign soil far away from home.
            So, following your own logic you must hate David Cameron and think he is a fucker too then.

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          • I Remember You Hoo says:

            Nah, we hate Bliar and Brown because they were utter shite at everything they did and because they declared war, not only on the Afghan’s and Iraqi’s, but on the British people as well, using laws instead of bullets to enslave us.
            Cameron on the other hand, is just a slippery bastard, who thinks it’s cool, to lick Obama’s arse. The hate will come later if he doesn’t change his tune PDQ.

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    • 35
      Socialism Ate My Future says:

      So the fact that he’s been paid for 50 days yet only been to the commons twice doesn’t bother you as a tax payer?

      He should be in the dock IMO with the rest of the previous front bench for Financial Fraud and Treason, So Guido like the rest of us who are now going to pay for the last 13yrs have a right to know what this lunatic is now doing.

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      • 276
        The Golem says:

        Don’t disagree. Sadly though, we have more chance of being startled by successful armed rebellion in the streets than we have of seeing any of these treasonous dogs getting their just desserts in court.

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    • 37
      Hugh Janus says:

      I beg to differ – this is the man who wrecked our country’s finances so comprehensively and yet who fails to show even a shred of remorse for his vandalism. He’s fair game.

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      • 78
        Biffo says:

        Each to their own opinion, but mine is that this is the guy who has bankrupted the UK through his financial mishandling & his ‘snout in the trough’ attitude while consistantly lying through his teeth.

        Having been found out & dumped, by his own Party he is still continuing to thieve from the taxpayer – he is not acting on behalf of the people who voted him back in, who he is still being paid to represent. To my mind that is fraud, pure & simple & I think Guido is quite right to keep harping on about it. I hope there is enough stink raised to force him to resign & go.

        If he wants to do charity work, perhaps he could consider taking a post with Dignitas – as a lab rat.

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    • 38
      Albie Here says:

      You put the knife in and keep turning it,the damage he and his mates have done need to be highlighted all the time,it’s not a f **kin football match and it was his turn to lose,everything that he and his corrupt mates did has damaged the people and this country,time to stop will be when all the lamposts outside Parliament are filled with corrupt MP’s and PM’s from the last 13years that includes MP’s from any pursausion.

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      • 51
        Jus Sayin says:

        Gordon Brown should resign on health grounds, that is my view.
        But your constant harping on and on about the man serves no purpose other than to display your own vindictive base nature.
        I thought the main issue of the day was the deficit?
        Clearly it is not which rather begs the question: are the Tories just using the deficit to carry out cuts to frontline services for dogmatic reasons.
        The answer to that question appears to be yes.

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        • 73
          Albie Here says:

          Suggest you ask a Tory your question as we do get a few on this blog.

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        • 204
          I Remember You Hoo says:

          Whoops, stealing someone elses nick then showing your “base nature” that your lefty buddy jus sayin, was just berating tories of displaying about McMental. You moonbats are beyond parody.

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        • 275
          Rip Van Winkle says:

          Shame he didn’t resign on medical grounds about 13 f**king years ago. I might still have a country I could be proud about.

          This son of bi**h has destroyed my kids future…solely to ensure that he still had power. I would dance on the f**kers grave in an instant. He had no compassion for me or my kids. Tell me, why should I have compassion for him?

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    • 225
      Kit says:

      I, and I think most people, would like to know why? Why do we have such a monumental debt? Why was public spending allowed to get out of hand? In the Gulf of Mexico an Engineering failure that has cost a lot of money, tears and 11 lives is being investigated. Here we have a political, economic and social disaster and the people in charge at the time are allowed to shrug their shoulders and say “shit happens”, “it started over there”, “it was the banks”. But the question asked so long ago now “why did no one see this coming” still has not been answered. Has all this wealth and time of those caught in the coming wave of unemployment been sacrificed on the alter of political dogmatism or was the former Chancellor and PM one sandwich short of a pick nick.

      In the same way that victims of crime want to know why? I want to know why? why did no one see it coming? The answer that best fits the questions right now is there was indeed a missing sandwich. If we do not find out for sure we may repeat this sorry situation. Soon after Brown came to power Dr David Owen suggested that health checks on the PM should be compulsory and the results published. Can we have such a Law please? Can we also have a formal investigation to answer the question why?

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      • 242
        Fred Goodwin says:

        Don’t look at me.
        We Bankers only fucked the economy. Brown was the one who let us.

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        • 283
          Best not to Understand. says:

          Follow the money, look at the interconnection between the perpetrators, determine who will benefit in the long term and examine the paybacks. Then you will come to the conclusion (rightly or wrongly) that all this is engineered to enhance world domination by the “elite”. They are identifying world resources and potentially staking claim to them for the benefit of this powerful minority. The general population will be controlled by either war or chemical intervention in order to allow the elite to eventually manage the world.
          Go to go now as three large black cars full of dodgy looking guys in suits and wearing sun glasses have just pulled up outside the office!!

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  14. 21
    Follow The Money says:

    Bullets are too good to waste on the scum known as Gordon Brown

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    • 66
      Stan Butler says:

      Correct. An axe can be used time and time again… As can a rope.

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      • 259
        Elvis says:

        The Axe should be blunt and wielded by an amateur headsman. Make the F**ker suffer- like he did us foe 13 years.

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        • 297
          Martin Fairstone says:

          It took 6 goes before it worked on Anne Boleyn.

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          • Elvis says:

            Anne Boleyn was offered the charity of an expert headsman from France who despatched her with one blow from his sword. You might be thinking of Mary, Queen of Scots, had three chops before her head came off. Tiptoft Earl of Worcester, executed in the 15th century requested that the axeman take 3 blows “in honour of the trinity”. On that basis, Gordon should take 13 blows(on top of those he has already given) to cut off his misbegotten Jock head.

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          • Martin Fairstone says:

            Thanks Elvis. If I could remember the name of the book I would post its name here to see if it was worth getting a correction.

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  15. 25

    Your worried because he’s not value for money? I’m worried that the c*nt still fucking exists.
    Why is he still around? he should just fucking retire.
    I’d like to use the piss stained sporran fondler to cap the fucking oil leak on the Deepwater Horizon.
    Honestly, what a twat!
    I’ve tried being nice and it doesn’t work – every time i see him or one of his fucking ilk still lurking around in the smelly shadows my blood pressure goes up.

    He’ a massive, monumental (with the emphasis on ‘mental) c*nt.

    I wish he’d just walk into the sea and drown.

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    • 43
      Socialism Ate My Future says:

      McRuin would walk on water, he did save the world so I’m guessing he has other powers too, I bet Sarah let’s him wear his cape more often now

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  16. 29
    The Guido Obsession With Gordon Continues says:

    Another Gordon item Guido? nothing happening in Westminster?

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    • 270
      Dorian Smith says:

      Do indulge us for a few seconds ‘The Guido Obsession With Gordon Continues’, what do you think of GB not attending parliament apart from 2 days and yet claiming a wage for 49 days?

      Do you find it acceptable?

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    • 273
      The Ape Man Commeth says:

      It’s one of the reasons I visit this site, if I didn’t like it I’d probably not visit again, but then unlike the socialists I really am pragmatic.

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  17. 39

    Oh, and Quentin Letts is a fucking c*nt as well.

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  18. 42
    Can't remember my moniker says:

    ‘Is the fourth estate not in just as much need of prayerful contemplation as the politicians?’ QL

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  19. 47
    Diane Abbott says:

    I will be making a complaint to OFCOM and the commission for racial equality about my treatment by Andrew Neil on ‘This Week’ yesterday.

    Its quite clear making me look a right berk on TV by asking me to explain my own actions is an act of heinous prejudice.

    I urge all on this blog to make an official complain to OFCOM about this appalling incident and back my startled outrage.

    I have nothing further to say.

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    • 52
      THATS NOT ABBOT ITS AN ARSE says:

      I have !
      Buy another set of clothes
      you munter !

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    • 84
      Diane Abbott says:

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      • 100
        tat says:

        fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap fap ++squit++

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      • 183
        It hangs says:

        Silence from now on,she better keep it shut or answer the question.

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      • 298
        Diane Abbott says:

        I have nothing to say and I say it so well.

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    • 99
      Da peng ov Penge says:

      u iz da traiter and lying moose wiv da saggy breasticles innit.

      u send ya blud to da money skool innit. an u wan me to give u respec. u iz fool woman.

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    • 106
      BLOODY WELL DONE ANDREW .... says:

      I watched last night’s ‘This Week’ with Diane Abbott’s one-off return as part of Mr Neil interviewing the Labour Leader ‘competition’

      I think that was amazing television – Andrew – no doubt a good friend of Diane Abbott’s – questions her on making racist comments !!

      “I have nothing further to say on that subject!” she said – several times.

      It’s a YouTube must – please – somebody!

      Guido ? Anybody ?

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    • 110
      Anonymous says:

      Brillo showed her up for what she is; a hypocrite & a trougher. I particularly enjoyed watching Portillo’s face during her questioning. He very quickly realised where the line of questioning was leading.Would love to have been a fly on the wall when the show finished.

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      • 209
        Diane " it's on expenses" Abbott says:

        Taxi! Get me away from that ghastly bigot!

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        • 293
          Norman E. Left says:

          Don’t forget the taxi receipt and mobile phone bill so you can charge us taxpaying suckers, as usual.

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    • 241
      Cassandra King says:

      Watch Fatty Abbots facial reactions carefully, you will see her looking upwards as she serches for and eventually finds bullsh*t excuses to fill the void.
      These micro expressions can be used to read a persons state of mind and are used as a guide to show truthfulness and dishonesty, the police and armed forces interrogators are trained to read micro expressions and Abbots suggest she was making things up to cover both her stupidity and her dishonesty. Abbot is a typical bullsh*t artist who finally got caught out, it aint pretty to watch even if you have seen it a thousand times and if she were a humanbeing I would feel sorry for the fat munter.
      It was funny to see her dreams of leadership fly out of the window though.
      Are there any former police interrogation experts out there who can co confirm my diagnosis?

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  20. 48
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    The best value for money is to keep the fucker well away from the place
    but if they must call on his financial expertise again
    dont give him any more responsibility than collecting peoples dinner money!

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    • 91
      Can't remember my moniker says:

      I wouldn’t trust him with a packet of crisps, let alone the dinner money.

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      • 113
        MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

        LOL !the guy was a fucking menace and for the next 30 years we should remind everybody why they are paying off his debts !

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      • 128
        MAD FRANKIE moniker - schizo nutter says:

        Nurse! He’s escaped again.

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  21. 49
    Bob says:

    The less Brown does, the less he can fuck up. Pity we have to pay him but I’d rather pay him to do nothing than have him return to fucking things up.

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  22. 50
    Follow The Money says:

    It amusing how the left wing are in desperation to quickly bury Gordon Brown and rewrite history.

    Look at them all foaming at the mouth at Guido and trying every under hand tactic to get people to stop talking about Gordon Brown.

    What is wrong boys and girls?

    Afraid you might have to face up to reality? take responsibility for your failed ideology caused for once.

    We are wise to your tricks, you will not be forgetting Gordon Brown in a hurry.

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    • 68
      The Guido Obsession With Gordon Continues says:

      (Coughs) Don’t know what your on about old boy, anyway about Magaret Thatcher…

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      • 70
        The Guido Obsession With Gordon Continues says:

        Margaret Thatcher even

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        • 218
          I Remember You Hoo says:

          Shows how desperate you lefties are. Thatcher left office twenty one years ago, most people under forty would not even know who she was or what party she was in. Mcshite was PM eight weeks ago and already you want people to shut up about him! Aint gonna happen, deal with it, my kids and grandkids will be paying for the McShite socialist “legacy”.

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    • 74
      Follow the mong says:

      Nobody is talking about Gordon any more than they were always talking about Major after Blair had been elected.

      He lost.

      Get over it.

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      • 205
        More Tories Please says:

        Not strictly accurate. Major might have been PM longer than Brown but he wasn’t a major (sic) player for a decade or more [I'd never heard of him until be became chancellor]. Brown has been at the very centre/top etc since day one. His fingerprints are all over the New Labour project and as such is a valid target for some years to come.

        Now if the Labour Party and affiliates can manage not to mention the last Tory Government, its policies, the 1980s or Maggie over the next few months then Gordon might get a reprieve. However, the chances of that are pretty slim.

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        • 249
          Follow the mong says:

          I’m afraid you don’t quite understand.
          I’m not making a case for Major or Brown, I’m telling you the facts.

          Nobody is obsessing over Brown just now apart from the odd political anorak.
          You don’t need to like it but that’s the truth.

          He simply is not the topic of converstaion in pubs, high streets & workplaces.
          The Budget is and the football definitely is, but Brown is not.

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    • 75
      Follow the Dead Bodies in Afghanistan says:

      It amusing how the right wing are in desperation to go on and on about Gordon Brown after they kept fucking whingeing like bitches about the left wing going on and on about Thatcher.

      Look at them all foaming at the mouth and trying every under hand tactic to get people to keep talking about Gordon Brown.

      What is wrong boys and girls?

      Afraid you might have to face up to reality? take responsibility for your failed ideology that is going to lead our economy into recession again.

      We are wise to your tricks, you will not be forgetting Margaret Thatcher in a hurry.

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      • 87
        foxy says:

        Ah mimicking and parody! my you are getting advanced little lefty puppet , now try for the biggie! an original thought of your own !.

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        • 93
          Listen to The Tory Trolls Bleat - you would never realise they won the election says:

          The reworking of the post was funnier than the original.
          If you cannot see that then you have no sense of humor.

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      • 111
        Cut and paste works for me too says:

        It amusing how the left wing are in desperation to go on and on about Margaret Thatcher after they kept fucking whingeing like bitches about the right wing righteously bitchslapping Bliar and Calamity Bruin

        Look at them all foaming at the mouth and trying every under hand tactic to get people to keep talking about Margaret Thatcher.

        What is wrong boys and girls?

        Afraid you might have to face up to reality? take responsibility for your failed ideology that is going to lead our economy into recession again.

        We are wise to your tricks, you will not be forgetting Gordoom Bruin in a hurry.

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  23. 54

    I see the nice Mr. Purcell says he wants to help those with mental health problems, so just hop on the train over to Fife then, or is that where he was hiding along?

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      Fiddlestiks says:

      he’ll be driving a charity Bentley in a few months,mark these words.

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      I Remember You Hoo says:

      Has Brown been touting himself for manmeat and a blow job, now the beard has quietly slipped off to London?

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    boulay says:

    when they finally get round to legislating to allow voters to dump their mps who will be first to go – brown or huhne?

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    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Ah those were the days

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      The Golem says:

      Ah yes, where are they now, eh?

      I can think of one or two critical decisions I made as a mere sprog around that time I wouldn’t mind undoing. Hindsight may be redundant but it is certainly clear as crystal!

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    Guido has a fixation with Gordon Brown - Creepy says:

    Guido’s fixation with Gordon Brown wouldn’t be a Conservative party directive to try and take the heat off the fact that the coalition is falling apart in front of our very eyes, would it?

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      foxy u says:

      No it is because he is a lying cheating murdering git who sold us into slavery for decades ! easy really aint it ?

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        Foxy has a fixation with rimming Guido says:

        As the deficit will be mostly reduced within one parliament your claim that he sold us into slavery for decades must rank as the most cretinous comment posted here for some time.
        And when you consider the competiton that is quite a feat.
        Very well done.

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          Labour's fucked the country says:

          Twat !

          If you owe 5 pence now and you repay it after 5 years the amount you have then is ZERO pence – it will then take at least a further 5 years to get back to where you were (after 10 years) ie 5 pence – and then you’re still behind where you would have been!

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          • Thingamy Bob says:

            I know what you mean

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          • Crack Cocaine and heroin have fucked your brain says:

            If you had 5 brain cells and then took loads of crack cocaine (which it sounds as if you do) then you would have zero brain cells.
            It will take you at least 5 years of intensive ECT to get back to where you were ie with 5 brain cells and then you will still be behind Guido rimming his arse.

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          • I Remember You Hoo says:

            Stupid fuckhead, do you understand the difference between deficit and debt? Thought not.

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          Creepy u love gordon u love gordon says:

          “As the deficit will be mostly reduced within one parliament”??
          how can that be ?we have a as you say failing coalition and gord your f**F puppet pal isn’t in charge to save us you Twat !

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      Ashy says:

      Not without my money

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    Big Al Gore says:

    I offered PM Brown a job at my Global Warming Istitute but he said it was not convenient to talk right now. Funny most of my buddies are leaving voicemails saying it is inconvenient to return my call.

    What on earth is going on. Its like I am a piece of dog shit.

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    • 131
      Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

      The fact that you are being treated like the charlatan you are is an inconvenient truth for you isn’t it Al.

      Perhaps you might also like to come clean about how much you are earning bouncing bacwards and forwards across the Atlantic giving highly paid pompous self regarding speeches to conventions and other corporate gatherings. You could then donate it all to offset your massive carbon footprint you twat

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      • 161
        Herr Kut says:

        or better still here’s a razor cut your throat,your carbon neutral now.

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        • 214
          stilyagi_air_corps says:

          C14 neutral. Like it!

          Like

          • I Remember You Hoo says:

            Good old Al is set to become a multi billionaire, if Cap and Tax are introduced Stateside. Not bad for a guy who left office with around $230,000. Who says fraud does not pay?

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        Wavy Davy Bullingdon Gravy Loves to eat his Greens says:

        Mr Cameron said: “If you want to understand climate change, go and see Al Gore’s film, An Inconvenient Truth. Today, I want to tell the British people some uncomfortable truths. There is a price for progress in tackling climate change.”

        Mr Gore praised the role Mr Cameron had played in promoting environmental issues.

        “The fact that both your political parties are competing vigorously to offer solutions is very important,” he told Tory frontbenchers.

        “I can assure you that people around the world really are watching and are appreciating the quality of this debate.”

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          I Remember You Hoo says:

          Cameron is mirroring ZaNu on this. If McMental had been re-elected, he would be forcing the same shit down everyone’s throat’s. WE ALL know this is coming from the EU and their bosses, the big corporations. The whole scam is bust wide open now though and even Cameron, dim as he is, must realise the Enron / Gore inspired fraud, ist kaput.

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      AC1 says:

      Was Al Gore divorced for attacking a handjob merchant.

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    The Beast of Clerkenwell says:

    Its McMentals only experience of knockers

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    Bagpuss Brown says:

    I’m laughing at all of you.

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    pmt008 says:

    Who pays for his travel between constituency and Westminster?

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    • 98
      Good Point says:

      Good question. And I would also like to know who pays for the millionaire David Cameron’s claims for housing benefit which total 20 thousand pounds a year.
      And furthermore: why the fuck have millionaire’s like David Cameron and George Osborne been claiming housing benefits in the first place.
      No wonder the housing benefit bill has to be reduced thanks to fucking scroungers like Dave and George making false claims.

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      • 140
        Anonymous says:

        I thought big fat bloated John Prescott claimed the most for mortgage interest out of all MP’s?? I may be mistaken, but one thing is certain, he too, like many Labour front bench MP’s is a millionaire.

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      • 142
        Lord Grytpype-thynne says:

        They don’t get Housing Benefit, stupid.This is the allowance made for MPs’ second homes, which these 2 have now given up as they have tied accommodation.Notice that Brown didn’t give it up when he was in residence at Nos 10 and 11

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          I Remember You Hoo says:

          Agreed, however it is slightly perplexing that a multi millionaire should feel compelled to claim for such matters when ALL his constituents could not. Worse still, was the fact that he did not have athe slightest qualm of conscience for what he was claiming for.
          It’s not a partizan attack on Cameron either, many other multi millionaire’s in the HOC, on all sides, have the same moral malaise and sense of inherent entitlement, of the back of hard pressed taxpayers.

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          • Zaragon says:

            The financial circumstances of MPs have NOTHING to do with whether they are entitled to draw ACA or other allowances. MPs like Cameron, Huhne, Woodward etc do not need the salary either. Does that mean they should not get it? Originally MPs received nothing at all – no salary, allowances or expenses. That meant only the wealthy could afford to stand for Parliament. The current system, imperfect though it is, was introduced to ensure that no citizen should be prevented from standing for office for financial reasons. Imagine if Cameron said he was refusing all payment as he didn’t need the money. He would be accused of trying to use his private wealth to buy favour from voters.

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    13eastie says:
    To The Labour Drones:

    1. Long may the Gordon-bashing continue. He fully deserves it, and it’s entertaining. If the grief-stricken ZaNuLab zombies find it irksome then more’s the better – your feedback is much appreciated.

    2. It will only be a good thing for the UK if Labour and its clown of a failed PM are forever associated in the mind of the elector. Pathetic attempts to leap to his continual defence will assist greatly in achieing this, so thanks for your help.

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    • 115
      Jus Saying says:

      1) I am not a labour supporter
      2) your fixation with Gordon Brown is not irksome it is just pathetic and creepy.
      I think that covers everything.

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      • 133
        Lord Grytpype-thynne says:

        Your denial of being a Labour supporter is unconvincing.If you don’t like our “obsession” don’t come on the site

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          jus saying says:

          It is Guido’s obsession, as dictated to him by Conservative headquarters.
          You are just a sheep who bleats when they are told.

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        • 216
          stilyagi_air_corps says:

          SWP mongos always deny being labour supporters. ‘Tapeworm’ sounds so undignified, don’tcha think?

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      • 159
        13eastie says:

        Now now, Jonty. Look here.

        It’s very simple.

        If you’re not a Labour supporter then don’t reply to a post addressed: “To The Labour Drones:”.

        If you don’t find the Gordon-bashing irksome, then stop rising to it.

        If you want to sing Gordon’s virtues on the internet, without having to worry that you might be further tainting your beloved party, then fuck off to Labour List where no-one will read it.

        In the meantime, thanks for your support in helping to keep Gordon’s memory alive.

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    Gott in Himmel! says:

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    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Gordon locked away in Killkiddies Sarah and children staying in London !
    I dont like to kick a man when he is down
    but in Gordons case i make an exception
    listen to this record Gordon then look for a rope !

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    Doc Trough says:

    I hear that a Fife DWP office has a letter from a Mr McRuin, in which he claims that he will shortly be available for work as a coronation day flag seller.

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      David Cameron says:

      “If you want to understand climate change, go and see Al Gore’s film, An Inconvenient Truth.”

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    Lord Grytpype-thynne says:

    I sent an email to GB’s parliamentary email address, as advertised on his website.It came back as undeliverable.Surprised? No, but angry, yes.We see his true colours these days: yellow

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  37. 138
    Gordon Brown MP {Mental Patient} says:

    Just watched Blackadder II. Hehe..they tried to make gold, but only made green.

    I have a supply of pure green already! Green, green snot… And with this I will make gold bars! Gold bars to sell at $24 an ounce. Heheh… Paydirt!
    Just roll this little beauty..add it to the pile..soon ..the first brick will be ready..heheh.

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  38. 141
    Gordon Watch says:

    No wonder I couldn’t find him on PTV they don’t cover prayers.

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    Sir William Waad says:

    Why do Gordon’s consituents have to go in through the window? Has the landlord changed the locks on the doors?

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    ML says:

    Often, political bloggers remind me of armchair football managers………fat arsed, gobby knowalls. Peddling the heresay of insider snitches for a few coins here and there, strutting around in the politico circles makebelieving they have any clout. They are the bottom feeders, the vultures of the weak, the vulnerable, the stupid, the corrupt. There has always been a role for such low-lifes throught history but up until now they always admitted their drive was money, the snitches money, the grass’s money, a few hits here a few hits there……….little copper coins falling by the thousand into their bank account. Blow that shit up, out that poof, fuck that commie and sift through the burnt remains to find anything he can flog. Sneer at the incompetent, the faltering, the stupid.

    Do you recognise yourself?

    Try getting a proper job and see how you get on sonny…………………..

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    verticalwater says:

    It started in America and ended in Kirkcaldy!

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    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    I am glad TaT has rejoined us after his short spell at HMP
    for sniffing little girl’s bike seats
    and false promises of puppies in the bushes

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      Mad Frankie + CRMM Gay Lovers? Without a doubt says:

      We really don’t want to know your pastimes thankyou very much Mad Frankie.

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    Lizzie says:

    I think Guido is missing Gordon, can’t let him rest in peace. I for one don’t care whether Brown is ever seen again as he has done enough damage to Britain, the sooner he leaves parliament the better.
    Must admit we need a new focus for our rants, maybe Ed Balls will become the new Labour leader, as the man who claims the most expenses, over six hundred pounds for his phones calls, it would make politics more fun. The other candidates would be quite boring.

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  44. 181
    Taxfodder says:

    THE TRUTH IS I can’t think of one MP that has!

    Think Government over the last 50 years, think Waste & Incompetence!

    The Unelected Coalition (The Work till you drop party)

    State Pension Bill 64 billion per year.

    QUANGO’s 67 BILLION! per year.

    MP’s expenses 10% down…BIG DEAL how about 50%! now that would be an improvement.

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  45. 185
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    TaT why dont you amuse us again with your video clips
    of some pigs
    a dog licking a window
    nick griffin on question time
    eric pickles
    oh and your favourite the one where your idol martin webster talks about bum sex with nick griffin
    they really are a hoot !

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  46. 193
    The Ex PM says:

    I have been taking time out to consider the enormity of the problems this country faces. Though I am no longer your prime minister, I believe that it is only right and proper that I devote time and energy to looking at the bigger picture.

    This is a global problem which started in america, and it is important that we take the right decisions now, and that we do not stall the recovery. That is why I have decided to speak to my friend Nick and to the leader of the Government, to offer my services as a special e conomic advisor.

    It is important that we make the right decisions now, and it is with my sense of public duty, putting the e conomy before party politics, that I offer my services in this time of great need. Thank you.

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      Government HR person says:

      Thank you for your application. I am afraid that, due to the very low standard of your application, you have on this occasion been unsuccessful. Your details will not be kept on file as we have seen your reference from a Mr Ed Balls and it indeed confirms you as an economic muppit.

      I wish you no luck whatsoever in ever gaining useful employment. Just like my kids in fact and because of you.

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  47. 195
    Dog of war says:

    If Gordon is not doing his job then he is still fiddling us,so Guido has the right on our behalf to go after him,and anyone else who does it.

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      Zaragon says:

      Ah – but you have hit the nail on the head there. Is Gordon doing his job or not? I’m no apologist for the man. He has done terrible damage to this country which will take decades to put right. I also think there is something seriously wrong with him. But this crusade of Guido’s is based on the idea that being an MP is a job performed at the House of Commons – therefore Brown has ‘not turned up for work’. This is not an accurate picture of what an MP does. If that was the case then why would the chamber be practically empty except for set piece occasions (Queen’s speech, Budget etc) and PMQs? Brown’s job is to represent his constituents. You don’t really do that in the chamber. Provided that Brown is taking up the cases his constituents bring to him and corresponding with ministers whose departmental decisions may affect them he IS doing his job as a backbench MP. Snoring on the green benches is in fact a classic way of avoiding work as an MP. Guido may be right – maybe GB is not doing the job. Perhaps he is taking time off after 13 years solid as Chancellor then PM – maybe he is ill – we don’t know. But his attendance at Parliament is not conclusive evidence in itself that he is not working. I haven’t researched it – but I wonder how much time Calaghan, Thatcher or Major (who all also stayed on as MPs ’til the next Election) spent at the H of C after losing office?

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    Anonymous says:

    With due respect Guido I don’t see hopw you can claim gordon has put in two days attendance at the HoC!

    He appeared briefly to take his oath at the beginning of this parliamentary term. Took him all of 10 mins.

    Then he appeared yesterday morning for 6 mins (although I read it was 2) for prayers at the start of the day.

    That’s 16 mins in all , hardly two days work!

    The other worrying aspect of that is the cost of his travel expenses for those two days , to and from kirkcaldy. He presumably flew both ways.

    4 flights in all, for 16mins work. How much did that cost us??!!

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    • 219
      nell says:

      Sigh. Laptop changed my name again!

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    • 222
      David Laws (not appearing in this commons or blog) says:

      £40,000 ?

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    • 253
      Sir William Waad says:

      Round about £20 billion, I make it. Gordon is still clamped to the economy, sucking money out of us all like a face-hugging alien.

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    • 258
      sinosimon says:

      a lot less than the trips where he actually did something thank god

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    • 287
      Roger Daley says:

      Four flights make an admirable carbon footprint.

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    • 295
      Harry the Camel says:

      Hang on,

      First visit (if he visited at all) was just for signing on for benefits: second home where he lives full time to be funded. So that counts 0 minutes work.

      Presumably he flew both ways? well he can’t drive and hasn’t got a car but he will have a substantial security squad: so assume two/three cars in convoy to/from airport (plus bodyguard on the plane) or convoy Jockland to London aller/retour.

      Its all about entitlement and never having to work for a living.

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  52. 230
    The Court of Public Opinion says:

    Poor dear must be shattered. Isn’t it about time for the MP’s long, long, long summer holiday now?

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  53. 232

    I hope the caption competition is a good ‘un this week.

    I’ve got a feeling in my balls.

    I’m gonna win.

    Get that T-shirt / book ready Fawkes.

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  54. 238
    Stronghold Barricades says:

    When we have a constant reminder in blinky Balls flashing the whites of his eyes on QT and other programmes ad nauseam surely we have enough reminders of our great leader?

    …and since when has Quentin Letts (Today this morning) been an apologist for Brown’s non-appearance in the HoC?

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    Cassandra King says:

    All political careers end in failure so said a wise commentator once but Gordon(I saved the world)Brown has given failure a new meaning, he failed on a gigantic and monuMENTAL scale.
    Brown will always be known as the PM who was never elected and booted out when he tried to get elected, he destroyed the UK economy and did a better job of that than the Lufwaffe and he sank the UK into a debt cesspit that will take the next 3 generations to pay off.
    A laughing stock soon to be a divorced laughing stock and an object of complete hatred and pity, having to live with all that is punishment enough.

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    • 255
      Hooray for the Bankers! says:

      The Bankers destroyed the Economy.
      Brown let them and fiddled while Rome burned.

      I’m not letting either of them off the hook.

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    Anonymous says:

    We should never forget the sacrifices of those who have fought and died for our freedom, but likewise we should also never forget the evil of those who have bullied, bribed, and blackmailed their way into power and destroyed the country and pushed our troops onto the battle field whilst deliberately denying them the equipment they needed to save their lives.

    At the going down of the sun and in the morning
    We will remember him.

    If labour supporters find that annoying, irksome, or “obsessed” then they’ve missed the whole point. We MUST remember this truly evil unelected mad man, because what he’s done should never be allowed to happen again.

    What Brown’s done (and what we as a people allowed him to get away with without physically ousting him from his unelected position of power) should never be forgotten.

    The next time a “leader” does the kind of things that Brown did, we must all rise up against that leader, march to London, look him in the eyes, and say “No. We will not allow you to do that. You must leave, or we will destroy you.”

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      War is money says:

      and what Clegg cam and Camclegg are perpetuating

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    • 266
      The Bottle Fed Triplet says:

      Well said Anon. The Left will be in denial about Brown and the damage he caused in the same way that the French are over Napoleon.

      Any excuse and the Left whinge on about “Thatcher” and the “damage” she did to the economy. I’ve no love for her as I was one of Maggie’s Millions out of work but at least when she went the people of Britain weren’t in pawn to the money lenders. She also had the strength of character to stand up to tin pot dictators in Argentina as well as “Europe”.

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  58. 265
    Gordon Brown says:

    I am going to organise an alternative G20 summit with 20 rent-boys in G-strings.

    Mandy will be coming, and many of the new grabbing f-agg-ots on the Labour benches (like uber rancid f-ag, Tristram Hunt) will there to further fistal policy.

    I saved the world so eat my fudge.

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  59. 267
    streamfisher says:

    *Knock on window and I will let you in*, how creepy is that (would you ever get out?).

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    Anonymous says:

    Did Gordon Brown do some design work on the side?

    I’m thinking maybe he designed the new iPhone4.

    Apparently it works, but only if you don’t hold it with your hands (if you do touch the side of it while you hold it then the reception completely disappears). Steve Jobs’ solution was like:

    “hey, all phones are like that; the solutions’s simple, just don’t use your hands to hold the phone, or put on some rubber gloves when you use it. It’s not a design flaw you know.”

    Either Brown designed it, or Steve Jobs is a closet labour member; their mentality seems equally distant from the real world or any sense of practicality.

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      streamfisher says:

      And a tin foil balaclava to protect the brain cell from emissions.

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    • 307
      Anonymous says:

      Equally practial was the new video lens that they put on the ipod nano; the lens was placed in the exact position that would always be covered up when you hold it.
      The only way to uncover your hand from the lens would be to turn the thing sideways and grip the top-end of it between thumb and forefinger in a weird alien kind of way, or turn it upside down and hold it in a similar weird way.

      I don’t think anybody actually tests these weird apple things, or if they do then it’s just people like Stephen Fry who look on all things Apple as a thing of beauty who are prepared to use things in a weird un-intuitive way purely so that they can say “look, I’ve got something the jones’ don’t have. aren’t I cool?”

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  61. 271
    Not The BBC says:

    Obama To Back Russia For WTO Entry, “Technical” Problems To Be Addressed By Fall
    http://www.rttnews.com/Content/Policy.aspx?Id=1343425

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    12 says:

    G20 is saturday

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    the last quango in paris says:

    can’t he put a doorbell on expenses?

    anyone rung to see if he’s there?

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    Vote for Ed please says:

    Leave him alone – he is not doing any damage anymore

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    Honest View says:

    Talking of ruined economies, why are there no protests that men will have to retire a year later rather than women? This would surely close the totally unjustifiable gap?
    Or, even fairer, since women live longer, simply reverse retirement ages? Men at 60, women at 66?
    Where are the screams from the equality obsessives? Where is Harperson?
    Equality is Ok for women, but not men, it would appear.

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    Martin Fairstone says:

    I think they got my beard wrong.

    All right it was posted about a different matter elsewhere but it just suits Gordon as well.

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