September 23rd, 2011

Phil Collins in The Times on Ed Miliband…

Labour faces a government with no clue how to grow the economy as the cuts are biting and the third party has been cut in half. There should be no excuse for not winning. But the leader has not yet finished his self-portrait. In a year of his leadership he has not answered the Rolf Harris question: “Can you see what it is yet?” If an outline doesn’t emerge soon, he will end up with my son’s triceratops. Take a bit of green, a bit of red, a bit of blue, a bit of yellow and a bit of purple, mix them all up in a big splodge and what do you get? You get Brown.


9 Comments

  1. 1
    Blah says:

    Vote (r)ed, get Brown

  2. 2
    I meet a socialist once and the cunt nicked my wallet. says:

    What fucking cuts?

  3. 3
    I meet a socialist once and the cunt nicked my wallet. says:

    Ps stick to writing songs Phil

  4. 5

    They had the chance to pick a different leader..
    Too late now.

    They’ve made their Ed, now they’ll have to let him tell lies in it.

  5. 7
    Johnny says says:

    The rally driver?

  6. 8
    Empty Ed lashed to his infantile mast says:

    I have told you for months that I am empty Guido

    The problem is that the rest of the party is too

    The only thing that interests professional Labour politicians is their own wallets

    Or as another wit put it, spectacles, testicules wallet and watch…

    What can I do with a Party which is full of wannabe Blairs, Browns and Mandelsons ?

  7. 9

    How much does that thug who pushed Peter Gabriel out of Genesis give to good causes? Yet another champaign socialist trying to sound caring. Arsehole. You were NEVER as good as Gabriel, Collins. Never…


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“If the Treasury is looking at the economic impact of tax changes, then surely it should examine the impact of the rise in VAT and cuts to tax credits? George Osborne’s £12 billion VAT rise knocked confidence, helped to choke off the recovery and has cost families £1,350 over the last three years.”



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What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?


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