February 20th, 2012

Rich & Mark’s Monday Morning View


64 Comments

  1. 1
    Aaron D Highside says:

    Good one!

  2. 2
    Ah! Monika says:

    One small step…

  3. 3
    Steve Miliband says:

    Michael Parkinson?

  4. 5
    McBeurrekuh says:

    Ah’m nae a Pape, ken?

  5. 7
    Sally Bergoat says:

    A traditional wooden orange box usually does the trick. If he doesn’t perform I just shove him off.

  6. 8
    Longshanks says:

    I’m taller than Sarkozy up here.

  7. 10
    Hugh Janus says:

    …whist his hideous wife cavorts with a pikey. What a bloody shower.

  8. 11
    Idle says:

    Bercow is an ugly wart of a man, yet you have contrived to make him look less unattractive than he really is. The very opposite of a caricaturist’s goal, in fact.

  9. 12
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    Anyone up for a dwarf throwing contest :-)

  10. 13
    Lord Envious of Avarice says:

    Val Doonican?

  11. 14
    nellnewman says:

    Bercow is a mental pygmy. No amount of paint could ever erase that fact.

  12. 15
    Lazy, Biased or Both? says:

    {Democracy Live
    Miliband urges PM to drop ‘disastrous’ NHS bill}

    This Headline has been on the BBC News Online front page since 8th FEB.

    Live ??? FFS

  13. 16
    Steve Miliband says:

    Prescott, Bryant and Watson. NI expanding not closing. Not so smug now eh?

  14. 18
    Meanwhile Cynical Zombie PM says:

    Now guys, here’s the priority.

    Once you’ve gathered the weekend data from the Presentation/Team Building Groups, I want you to formulate Georgie’s long term economic strategy for next week.

  15. 20
    Time for a new Sp*aker says:

    Can’t they just oust Bercow like they did Gorbals Mick?

  16. 21
    Gordon Brown says:

    Hello.

  17. 25
    Westminster Gossip says:

    An effective Mr Speaker and an appalling wife! Why does he put up with her shaming antics??

  18. 26
    Andy Man says:

    Sad little twerp.

  19. 28
    Clarence says:

    R&M do a pretty decent Bercow.

    I bet they miss Gordon, though – he is so much easier to caricature than Cameron.

  20. 29
    a non says:

    Elf, and safety regulations ignored in the H o C.
    Parliamentary circus dwarf flouts the rules.

    • 40
      Gonk says:

      I hope to goodness someone was holding the bottom of the ladder.
      It would be a serious matter if not, wouldn’t it. I mean, all house business
      would have to stop, authorities informed, contracts cancelled.

  21. 30
    the scrote says:

    ‘And you get a free Parker pen just for enquiring’

    • 39
      bones says:

      With his usual erratic outbursts the Speaker exudes Parkinsons syndrome

      • 61
        Sally's Nemesis says:

        Surely you men “With his wife’s usual erotic outbursts .. ” — presumably with whomsoever she can solicit ambling down Lord North Street at 11 pm in her Strictly Come Prancing basque ..

  22. 35
    bergen says:

    Stalin used to make the same demands on his portrait painters.Eventually one cottened on to painting him from a low angle which made him appear a giant (source-Testimony,the memoirs of Shostakovich).

    A bit worrying that the speaker thinks on similar lines.

  23. 38
    Sally Bercow says:

    Hello, Titch. Small in all places – not like my Big Boy Gipsy – LoL!

  24. 41
    lance A says:

    The voyages of the Starshit Apollo 69- The god of light and the Sun [Guardian], truth and prophecy, takes one small step.-
    “Sterility base here- The Albatross has landed”.

  25. 42

    Big John
    Big John

    Every morning at half nine, you could see him arrive.
    He stood 4 foot 6, weighed 65.
    Kind of small at the shoulders, narrow at the hip.
    And everybody knew you didn’t give no lip to Big John.

    Big John
    Big John
    Big Bad John

  26. 45
    J.C. says:

    “Made it, Ma! Top of the world!”

  27. 46
    I'll have some of that says:

    Just going up on Sally……

  28. 53
    Lord Fondlebum of Boy says:

    The usual utter shit, but at least it will make 1970s ITV “comedian” Tom O’Connor happy. Here we all were thinking he was dead or bankrupt, but lo and behold, he pops up in another shitty little R & M cartoon!

    Can’t think why he’s in there, unless it’s some sort of tribute from one unfanny twat to another.

  29. 54
    Greychatter says:

    The technical description is “Short Arse!!”

  30. 55
    Lord Fondlebum of Boy says:

    I actually meant “unfunny” not “unfanny” but as typos go it’s actually quite apposite.

  31. 58
    Bercow on Moon (yes, please) says:

    “One small step for a man, one giant leap for John Bercow”.

  32. 60
    GORDON BROWN says:

    i believe Sally is more accustom to longer strokes

  33. 63
    Anonymous says:

    Might as well have the fingernails painted while hanging on by them. Oh! Vertigo! Vertigo! Please tell me ver to go!

  34. 64
    Grumpy says:

    Order. Will the blog please refrain from making cruel but true comments about myself. I will be forced to let loose Sally BigCow on the public again.


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What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?


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