January 23rd, 2012

Rich & Mark’s Monday Morning View


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  1. 1
    Andrew Efiong says:

    Some prize prats there too!

    Excellent work Guido. You’ve flushed them out and got them on the run!

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    • 7
      Trinny says:

      Hoo’s next?

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        if the cap fits.... says:

        According to bishop leading the revolt against the £36,000 benefit cap – there are 1000’s of kids in his location that will suffer from this cap…. ?

        How

        These kids must have family incomes of inexcess of £36K to start suffering – thats not poverty ?

        The honorable bishop does not seem to understand if the cap does not apply – kids below this level can get more money – not less ????

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        • 13
          Synic says:

          Anyone know how much a Bishop gets in pay and benefits? Why doesn’t he give everything over the basic tax threshold to the lazy bxstxrds on the grossly excessive benefits. Or does he just want low earners to pay for it? He is a stupid cnut.

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          • Bishop Oomie Chalfonts says:

            The most reverend gentlemen seems to overlook the many thousands of families in which both parents work for a combined income of less than £36,000 and, out of that, have to pay taxes to support slack arsed wretches who cannot be arsed to get out of bed.

            Religion is a very good idea that gets fucked up by ambitious churchmen.

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          • Bald old git says:

            About half what an MP earns. Plus the expenses are pretty meagre in comparison.

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          smoggie says:

          It’s no laughing matter – I believe many of them will have to get jobs.

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          • Synic says:

            But then how will they be able to do their black economy cash-in-hand work? Can’t be in two places at once Guv, be fair.

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          • Waynetta Dunn-O'Oomedadis says:

            Thaseasy f’yoo ter say. There int no jobs, is there. Like, you need qualfcations an stifkits and shit to get a job worf £36 grand, innit. Sno point issit?

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          • The Great Helmsman of the CurrrrCudeeee Rowing Boat says:

            They can call on me – I’ll create a jobby for them!

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          Anonymous says:

          Ashdown says he will vote against it so fuck the 76% of the Bristish people who are in favour of the cap.What world do these people live in.

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          • Synic says:

            They know exactly what world. These left wing cnuts are using the benefits system effectively to buy votes for Liebour and Libdum M.P.s

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          • AC1 says:

            The world of being a BTL rent-seeker…

            Most MPs are, which is why you’ve seen house affordability fall massively, and EVERYTHING the states done to prop up these rent-seekers at the vast expense of tax-payers and future taxpayers.

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          • jgm2 says:

            Indeed AC1. I was utterly perplexed as the Imbecility unfolded as to why nominally socialist MPs were lauding the increasing pr*i*ce ie unaffordability of houses. It was only when the expense scandal revealed 95% of the fuckers to be serially refurbishing their property portfolios that I realised they were insider dealing.

            They knew nothing would be done to make homes affordable. And they were in a position to protect their investment with record low interest rates.

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          • Well it's a thought says:

            Time all the lovies like Ashdown and the bishops put their hands in their own pockets and paid for their largesse , we are fkin broke, if we carry on dipping into the taxpayers pockets espcially the one’s on low pay, they will be needing their taxes back to help themselves.

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          • MT Pockets says:

            Does this include payment to rent boys? There is a “shamed” Lib Dem waiting to return to high office who didn’t mind claiming.

            Assume that Paddy wants the minimum household salary topped up to 31.5k to avoid this invented poverty in families. Who will pay for it?

            Says it all – you don’t have to work, that is for the mugs.

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          • Fog says:

            According to the media idiots the reforms could make some on benefits ‘homeless’ – without explaining – well, why would the journos ever be arsed to report anything clearly? – that in the weird world of the likes of Ashdown and the Bishops, ‘homeless’ means two children having to share a bedroom. And with these reforms they won’t be able to move to a house with more bedrooms.

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        • 67
          Henry May says:

          Who will rid me of these turbulent priest bishops?

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        • 80
          MB. says:

          It was said on the Today programme this morning that having children sharing a bedroom classes the family as “homeless”

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        • 81
          Tell it like it really is says:

          A silly stupid bitch (labour peer) has just been on daily politics saying she will vote against the benefits cap because quote “if people only have £200 a week left for food they cannot be expected to feed three children.”

          When are the bbc going to allow real and normal people to give their views?

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      • 64
        Put Housing Benefit Claimants into Caravans says:

        Family benefit should be capped at £12K, why should these sponging morons feed off my tax payments.

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    • 75
      PK says:

      Surely you mean ‘H’ Block………….full of shits!

      p.s. sorry to jump to the top – thought it was a decent line

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  2. 2
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    Shame you can’t get Harman on there too Guido :-)

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  3. 3
    Disco Dave says:

    ‘H’opelessly unfunny.

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  4. 4
    nemo says:

    I like the look of the misaligned wallpaper, is that sinificant?

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  5. 5
    Bloke with a computer says:

    Horry hut I Hon’t Het Hit?

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  6. 12
    Hungry Hipoo says:

    Habbott?

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  7. 14
    Seeing is believing says:

    I wouldn’t count your chickens just yet…I’ll believe it when I see it. There’s no guarantee that the DPP will even decide to proceed even if they feel there is a case and there is even less doubt whether the “Honourable Gentleman” will resign or that there is any written law that says he has to according to “government lawyers” unless found guilty of a criminal offence…and of course there’s then the question of whether they can actually empanel a jury if he decided on that right…still a long way to go on this one and a far from certain result both legally and politically

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    • 20
      Huhne watch says:

      Surely the high-level plan is for Huhne to step down and for the confused Mr Laws to have his job? Only hiccups are that Huhne won’t go without a shove and Laws appears to have been caught trousering huge amounts of public money to pay his co-habitee’s mortgage under the guise of “expenses” . What a choice…

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    • 22
      Well it's a thought says:

      I agree, +1 , but the clock goes tick tock tick tock unless you have an electronic one, Huhne is doing too much damage to everybody in the country and to the country for him to be allowed to carry on, his taxes on us and business just to aid the flat earthers is getting beyond the pale.

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  8. 16
    Well it's a thought says:

    Is it true they’re going to issue waders to all parking attendants in the HOC car park.

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  9. 23
    Anne Akronissum says:

    Is it too late to get Hattersley up there as well?

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  10. 25

    Whilst applauding the downfall of these vermin whose careers, without our host’s interventions, might have continued without interruption for much longer I am reminded of one thing:

    Resignations are not justice.

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  11. 27
    Don't let Moran get away with it says:

    When’s the judge in Margaret Moran’s case going to decide if she’s fit to stand trial? She’s been pretending to be mentally ill for the last few months and it’s worked in postponing the trial while he comes to a decision.

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  12. 29
    George Brown says:

    Small fry, though. Go for someone big, like… Ed Miliband.

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  13. 30
    nellnewman says:

    Can we move onto the U’s now Guido and see what can be done to bring uddin to justice?

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  14. 31
    Postal Vote says:

    The no coHuhnes still managed to leak the impact of the benefit cuts on some kids.

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  15. 33
    Hang The Bastards says:

    I have just applied to my local council to hold a street party when this BASTARD gets sent down.

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  16. 35
    TBF says:

    not bad this week.

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  17. 36
    Barreness Moron Slotgob says:

    Notice my name isn’t there?

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  18. 38
    Thomas from Tonna says:

    Monday morning and still Dromey has not resigned.

    Monday morning and Mr Mrs Huhne are still at liberty.

    Monday morning and still no answers about the Coulson affair.

    Over the weekend Cameron has been waving the Union Jack up the Straits of Hormuz without an aircraft carrier.

    We have a lot to thank the British Press for.

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  19. 39
    Rob Roy says:

    Let’s all hope this is the week that Cameron does the honourable thing and takes the English out of EUrope and out of Scotland too.

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  20. 48
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    Some more suggestions for ‘H’ wing.

    Geoff Hoon
    Simon Hughes
    Twistwam Hunt
    Mike Handycock
    Mad Hattie Harman
    Margaret Hodge

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  21. 49
    urqhuhart skewered says:

    Although I am not registered by the FSA in any way ,don’t know what I am talking about and all my money is in my pocket my advice this week is that your pension fund will either tank up or down once those Greeks and Hedgers have finished the moussaka.

    Remember you heard it here first.

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  22. 50
    Gonk says:

    Stylish, funny cartoon. Welcome signage.

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  23. 53
    Sir William Waad says:

    Which reminds me of a conversation my grandfather, Sir William, had in Mussolini’s Italy in 1937 with the Count Cassini. Antonietta Meo, a pious little girl (who may soon be canonised) had recently died, followed shortly by Guglielmo Marconi, the inventor of radio. “Thank God!” said Cassini “It’s the turn of the Ms at last!

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  24. 54
    Clint Eastwood says:

    Can’t wait for High Nhuhne. Hang ‘im High. A Fistful of Speeding tickets. For a Few Windmills More. Every Which way but Honest. Cleggy’s Heroes.

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    I hate Blue Labour says:

    I wouldn’t be so sure…

    It’s taken *months* to get to this stage, some backroom dealings are taking place for sure.

    Consider Laws – the man’s a proven thief and liar. Yet he’s still a well paid MP and it’s only a matter of time before he gets another comfy government appointment.

    These crooks all look out for themselves.

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  26. 57
    Well it's a thought says:

    Mark Thompson at the Leveson inquiry , is this going to be a lefty’s pat on the back or an honest attempt to be honest, forget it the crap has already started.

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    Tony Eden from Eton says says:

    People have to realize that we have a PM with great knowledge vision and foresight.

    I am sure he has spent his weekend talking to his friends in the City of London.

    It looks like Deloittes have messed up big time about Woolies.

    best not to have any early Monday Press call about the iniquities of EU red tape methinks.

    Much better to lie low and let the Bishops have their say about Romany gypsies and their children living in poverty.

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    Well it's a thought says:

    Oh dear , “trust worthy” and “accurate” journalism from the BBC , I guess this is just a lefty’s way of pretending they care for the taxpayers money forcibly poured into the BBC even if you watch anything but the BBC.

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  29. 79
    Iris R says:

    Pull the old ‘depression’ trick. It worked a treat for me.

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  30. 82
    Jimmy says:

    Why does Guido’s head have “Hari” written under it?

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