May 11th, 2011

Quote of the Day


  1. 1
    confused says:

    Jack Straw Utterly devious & a commie

  2. 2
    Patriccus says:

    Jack Straw: utterly understated, for once

  3. 3
    Four-eyed English Genius says:

    Only verging?

  4. 4
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    No shit sherlock!

  5. 5
    Father Ted says:

    Gordon Brown is a political genius. His scorched earth policy will be seen as a master stroke which will lead to the demise of the Conservative party as they try but fail to apply market economics to the problems of the country.

    Thatcher thought she could bully. Dave thinks he can shift the blame to the limp dims.

    We await the second coming – soon now that the Limps are on the run

  6. 6
    Marmite says:

    Jack Straw.. Son of a conchie, father of a sh@t head, man of many faces. RIP (soon, hopefully)

  7. 7

    Nice to hear Mr HardlyAnyNobAtAll speak the truth for once in his weaselly little life.

  8. 8
    Anonymous says:

    Shame he took so long to rumble.

  9. 9
    Rat's arse says:

    Why the hell didn’t man of straw say all this before, or at the very least notify some-one who could have had McDoom sectioned if he was that dangerous? Makes my blood boil how the Labour party let this imb@cile loose to f@ck our country up. Funny how they all turn their coats now that they’re out of office. B A S T A R D S!

  10. 10
    Up sh1t creek says:

    Mad, or just eats too much Weetabix?

  11. 11
    Seamaster says:

    Jack Straw = Jack Boots

  12. 12
    Bled White Taxpayer says:

    Strange then that Jack Straw said and did nothing to stop Jonah becoming PM unopposed a few months later. A very conscientious objection would have done us all a lot of good.

  13. 13
    South of the M4 says:

    John Reid knew it and voted with his feet.

  14. 14
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    Party politics. power. bully boys.

  15. 15
    Hugh Janus says:

    This goes for all of those NuLiebour creeps who now say that McBust was barking mad. They frequently lied through their teeth to support him in public, presumably in the hope of extending their ministerial/MP careers, knowing full well that sooner or later the sh*t would hit the fan when the electorate finally rumbled got the opportunity to kick out the whole bloody shower.

    Either that or they were all five-star, gold-plated political cowards.

    I think on reflection it was probably the latter.

  16. 16
    Hugh Janus says:

    “….when the electorate finally got the opportunity to kick out the whole bloody shower”….

  17. 17
    Hugh Janus says:

    The Weetabix are far more intelligent.

  18. 18
    Elliott Morley says:

    They dropped me in the shit , c*nts

  19. 19
    Labour = Liars says:

    “Gordon Brown can win next election, Cabinet insists”

    Mr Straw also insisted Mr Brown was still the best man for the job. He said: “This Prime Minister is exactly the same person today as he was 15 months ago, when he was elected not by acclamation by the Labour Party, but because virtually everybody in the party wanted him to do that job.”

  20. 20
    Hugh Janus says:

    If you haven’t already done so, read Peter Oborne’s The Rise of Political Lying.

    The extent of MPs’ dishonesty is breathtaking. Indeed, it seems to be an essential skill they need to possess if they are thinking of standing for Parliament.

    Truly, we deserve better than these utter bastards.

  21. 21
    Logan says:

    So all the current front bench spent the final dying years of the labour maladministration repeatedly telling us that Gordon was head and shoulders above them in terms of political ability and was by far the best man to lead labour and the country.

    Yet in 2010, Gordon Brown got a million fewer votes than even the hated and ridiculed and humiliated John Major got in 1997.

    SO, the current labour front bench are led by a bunch of people who describe themselves as being “much worse” than a man who got a million fewer votes than John Major managed when he was humiliatingly rejected in the political slaughter of 1997’s tory thrashing.

    SO, labour are now far worse than the man who did far worse than John Major at his worst.

    Why the hell should anyone vote for that?

  22. 22
    Gordon Brown - Chairman says:

    My policy of rape and waste with the British economy has left a legacy that will ensure that no following political party has the capacity to recover it.
    My strategy will destroy the Tory Party in its efforts to turn the economy around so that Labour will be back in power from 2014; and ensure that any remnants of the Lib Dem Party will join Labour in a totally Socialist State.
    This can be done earlier if our friends in the BBC and the Unions keep up the pressure to ensure that the coalition can be subverted and fail.
    Hail Stalin

  23. 23
    Labour = Liars says:

    In a nutshell, people won’t.

    Labour are out until the current shadow cabinet (Brown’s old real cabinet) are gone. They’re trying to sneak back into government, but the public aren’t as stupid as Labour think. 20 years of opposition, or 4 years, it’s Labour choice.

    Cheers for the book recommendation, Hugh.. I’ll check it out.

  24. 24
    Anonymous says:

    Whatever dear.

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