September 7th, 2011

Dorries PMQs Moment


50 Comments

  1. 1
    Bled White Taxpayer says:

    I like a PM with a sense of humour. Good answer.

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  2. 2
    MrAngry61 says:

    Nice put-down by Cameron, and he didn’t even have to address the question.

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  3. 3
    Anonymous says:

    Dagger eyes from Clegg.

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  4. 5
    Sov_Res says:

    Yes Mr Cameron, I find the subject of vacuuming foetuses from their mothers’ wombs to be hilarious too. Prat.

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    • 7
      Sov_Res says:

      Of course when the PM said “Calm down, dear” to Labour’s Angela Eagle at PMQs a few month’s back, the left *erupted* into fulminating outrage about the supposed “sexism” of this remark.

      But Cameron uses an adolescent snark to side-step the subject of abortion and all the MPs male and female reveal their true liberal characters, don’t they? Slapping their thighs and cackling to each other. You couldn’t print what I really thought of them.

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    • 9
      Anonymous says:

      Nadine Dorries was laughing too.

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    • 38

      Soundly defeated in the vote, too.

      Lesson for all those longing to import tea-party/dominionist/hysterical political rhetoric from the US: it will make you a fucking laughing stock over here.

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      • 46
        Scratch a "Progressive", find a Marxist-Leninist says:

        Dorries will never get higher than a backbencher. What’s Labours excuse for choosing Ed Miliband? Oh I forgot, no MPs or members voted for him, the unions got him there.

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  5. 6
    Ivor Grumble says:

    Oh hee hee sexual innuendo. Hunt.

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  6. 11
    Politicians are CUNTS says:

    just watching them, all back after 3months holiday, reminded that not one of them has a fucking clue about what’s going on in the real world

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    • 24
      Nemo says:

      They do not live in the real world, they rely on what their underlings tell them, trouble is they are only told what they want to know, they would rather spend time in the member’s bars kocking back the subsidised

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  7. 13
    Dave Flashman says:

    Laughter is the best antidote against the lunatic wing of the Party.

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  8. 15
    Confused of Uxbridge says:

    Can someone explain to me why this is funny or newsworthy?
    What Innuendo?
    I don’t get it.

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  9. 19
    Anonymous says:

    Excellent question.

    CMD has no answer.

    What a crushing disappointment he is.

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  10. 20
    Dave says:

    I think I’ve finally worked out Nadine Dorries. She reminds me of the awful ‘joke’ X-Factor contestants – you know the sort – Wagner, Chico, Jedward – who are just there to make the other contestants look better.

    She can’t present an argument coherently. The calibre of her debate would embarrass a school debating society, let alone the primary debating chamber of the UK. And when people start to pick her argument apart, she resorts to personal insults, slurs and remarks that border on libel/slander.

    But MPs don’t want to get rid of her – they know she’s a joke, but at the end of the day, she makes all of the rest of them look better. It’s almost enough to make you feel…sorry for her.

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    • 21
      Voice of Reason says:

      The same thing could be said of most of the women Mps who are really out of their depth and should be at home doing something worthwhile.

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    • 28
      Anonymous says:

      (She was on the TV prog with other useless Mps *House full of MPS) ?? Fly on the wall with Duncan smith)

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  11. 29
    Anonymous says:

    (correction)Tower Block of Commons Channel 4

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  12. 32
    Peter Carter-Fuck says:

    The good news chaps is that there’s no need for Nadine to be frustrated, as she’s still signed on to the parliamentary escort agency. For a very reasonable £150 you can make this cougar purr, and she still fits her nurse’s uniform (there’s no extra charge for this, but there may be for some of her other nursing specialities).

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    • 45
      Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

      I’m a volunteer for some of that, nurses turn me on, especially when they are young and wearing their uniform, and, if possible, talk with an eastern european accent. Jahbulon.

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      • 50
        Peter Carter-Fuck says:

        Comrade,

        I agree that Nadine is more of a MILF, though if you try her you won’t be disappointed, she puts that experience to very good use, and what else are you going to spend £150 on? As for the other thing, I’ll have to ask my contact Vlad when he’s expecting his next shipment from Belarus, and get back to you.

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  13. 39
    Cameron Is A Cunt! says:

    I’d be more than happy to help Nadine out with her frustration, I’ll bet she’s a great shag and dirty with it!

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  14. 40
    sg-strummer says:

    Dont see why neo-guido is putting the boot into Dave here, even Dorres was laughing at the unintentional ‘in’ joke and he used the house’s typically ‘fnar fnar’ response to avoid answering a politically awkward question.

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  15. 41
    Goodbye Dave says:

    Slimy creep. He lost my vote months ago.

    He’ll have to watch his back from now on.

    He should have known the most effective way of establishing a lifelong enemy is to take the piss out of them. Nadine and others will now be waiting for a dish best served cold.

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  16. 43
    The Other Bloke says:

    A outrageous male chauvanist remark. Mind you, Nads is looking quite hot after the recess, she must have had a bit of work done or I am just getting old.

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  17. 44
    Rob says:

    She’s so narcissistic it’s embarrassing.

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