October 19th, 2011

Quote of the Day

Liam Fox told Sky’s Niall Paterson

 “I may be many things, but I’m not a coward”.



5 Comments

  1. 1
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Just a dodgy barstard.

    Like

  2. 2
    Mikhal Hancockski says:

    I am a sad old perv and a coward.

    Like

  3. 3
    Dr Feelgood says:

    He may ‘be many things ‘? Such as a bisexual politician in denial,naive, and corrupt, yep, that’s good for starters.

    Like

  4. 4
    Kered Ybretsae says:

    Just another Dishonourable Delboy. The list gets longer.

    Like

  5. 5
    Belle N. Stilton says:

    ‘I may be many things, but I’m not a coward.’ I am, however, a picker, I’m a grinner, I’m a lover, and I’m a sinner, and I sure don’t want to hurt no one. However, as a result of my resignation, it is not my brief any longer to discuss the Pompatus of Love and I shall defer to the new Secretary in that matter.

    Like


Seen Elsewhere

UKIP Will Make Miliband PM | Tele
Tories: Ruffley Critics are ‘Minority Feminist Groups’ | Buzzfeed
Harriet Harman Offers Less Than the Living Wage | Owen Bennett
Fallon’s Red Arrow Spin Unravels | Wings Over Scotland
What is the LibDems’ Problem With “The Jews” | Speccie
Image is the Least of Ed’s Worries | Speccie
The Most Politically Cynical Speech I Have Ever Seen | Dan Hodges
Full Sunday Sport Style Guide Email | MediaGuido
What if a Hamas Rocket Hit a BA Plane? | Richard Littlejohn
Sunday Sport Swearing Style Guide | Popbitch
Tory MP’s Love of Astrology | BBC


new-advert
Westbourne-Change-Opinion Guido-hot-button (1)


New Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond has big ambitions in his first meeting with Benjamin Netanyahu today:

“I came to bring this conflict to an end.”



Christie Malry @fcablog

Ed Miliband does photo oops, not photo ops


Tip off Guido
Web Guido's Archives

Subscribe me to:






RSS




AddThis Feed Button
Archive


Labels
Guido Reads