March 28th, 2012

Exclusive: Sarah Southern’s Thatcher Business Card

Thanks to an anonymous reader who goes by the name Paw the Mutton. They liked it so much that they laminated it…

UPDATE: For maximum amusement Guido is after the much rumoured Southern and Fox card. And the rest. They are out there somewhere. Get in touch if you find one.


68 Comments

  1. 1
    Young Neil says:

    That Southern, man !

    • 5
      Anonymous says:

      She should sell her story. I am sure Rupert’s papers will be happy to buy her story and publish it. Hope we see it this Sunday.

    • 11
      Rage Against the Political Elite. says:

      Something Smelly. Fu-king typical Women hasn’t got a clue. Oh is that sexist? I dont mean it really. Might get locked up by the thought Police.

    • 42
      Anonymous says:

      You should try to find the one with Sam and Cam with Southern, it is a rumour as well.

      • 46
        Laminated business cards are sooo classy says:

        How about the one of her with Nelson Mandela? Or President Clinton?

    • 59
      Kung Fooooo says:

      Who is Sarah Southern? And what is this post supposed to be about?

      • 62
        Ivor Tapeworm says:

        It’s not a photo of Sarah ‘with’ Thatcher.

        It’s a photo of Sarah photobombing Thatcher.

        I think Sarah just stalks politicians.

  2. 2
    Chris John says:

    Which one is the wax dummy?

  3. 3
    Tuscan Tony says:

    So many people in politics appear to suffer from a mental illness, often related to narcissism, the ability to function in a private sector environment, and a wholly misplaced sense of self worth. Might that be because it allows a person to become the equivalent of Chairman of BP plc without showing the merit and understanding required of that gig?

    • 4
      Tuscan Tony says:

      “…inability…”

      *tsk*

    • 23
      Ah! Monika says:

      A good outline for a competition.
      “Define a politician in less than 60 words.”

    • 29
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      I often bang on about similar things. Whenever anyone says “why doesnt [name of minority/majority group] get to the top in politics?”. Answer: they have more sense.

      Actually, getting yourself on a photo with famous politicians is a very very bad sign. But I suppose its much better than being proud of being photographed with kinnock.

      • 48
        The Boston Strangler says:

        I’d be proud to be photographed with Kinnock.. if it was a shot of me with a tourniquet around the windbag’s throat, his face turning purple and his eyes popping out.

    • 31

      I only have two basic disagreements with the greater majority of politicians of today.

      What they say and what they do.

    • 38
      Maximus says:

      In this case, Tony, the narcissism appears to be what has deprived her of Her Majesty’s pleasure. The difference between fair comment and libel is sometimes hyperbole. So this silly cow has simply gone over the top. Whether that also applies to the ex-Chairman of BP plc who was labelled a liar by a judge, is a another matter – or perhaps not.

  4. 6
    • 12
      I don't need no doctor says:

      Are they the same aliens that control Ed Miliband’s mind?

      • 16
        Len McCluskey, Bob Crow, Mark Serwotka, Charlie Whelan says:

        No, we control Ed.

      • 17
        Mike Hunt says:

        and the idiots who would consider voting liebour.

        • 19
          Gawd Help Us says:

          Going by the latest polls the number of idiots has increased.

          • Dave is praying for THAT strike to divert the grey-voters says:

            Blame Osborne …that “Granny Tax” seriously pissed off the “grey-vote” but the possible petrol tanker driver’s strike and Miliband’s silence should correct that situation over Easter….Left Wing Unions;Left-Wing Labour Leader and Country being held to ransom are more toxic for Labour than Tory with this section of the electorate

          • George Osborne says:

            Yeah, sorry about that.

      • 52
        AC1 says:

        Obvious nonsense. Ed Maxibad doesn’t have a mind.

    • 30

      I think that could be a misprint, because just being a councillor would suggest a different diagnosis, and coupled with the added burden of being in Labour as a complication l, I would suggest a more likely case is teleGRAPHIC aPHASIA – Aphasia is an impairment of language which occurs when someone suffers injury to the language areas of the brain, or possibly even Miliband-Balls syndrome.

      This is accompanied by the sad sight of the patient or patients trying to differentiate between their arse and a hole in the ground, and not turning up en mass for votes – very sad indeed.

      Take two aspirins and make an appointment at my private clinic for next week – NEXT!

  5. 7
    Anonymous says:

    Big fat mess.

  6. 8
    Matthew Burfield says:

    Why do these people not realise that they’re a laughing stock before it all blows up in their faces?

  7. 13
    Ed Miliband says:

    I’m controlled by aliens. Their names are Len, Dave, Bob and Mark.

  8. 14
    Sky's Peter Poofter says:

    Soft bottoms

  9. 15
    Sir William Waad says:

    The sheer vulgarity of it! When a person’s business card is lower than a Christmas cracker motto it says a great deal about her that is not to her credit.

  10. 18
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Which one is which ?
    can you give the photo to Skid@Mark so they can attach name tags ?

  11. 20
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Where dop these pricks get off?
    The olympic governing body say the olympics came in on time and on budget !
    We were told by Labour that it would cost 2.4 billion pounds and not one penny would come from the taxpayer
    It has actually cost TEN fucking times that and we have picked up the tab for this farce , so the politicians and their chums can pose at all the premium events
    while all the sports fans have to watch it on the TV !

    • 40
      Taxpayer says:

      How do you know it didn’t cost 2.4billion and the rest wasn’t bungs and profiteering at the taxpayers’ expense. I don’t believe very much that is said by anyone connected with the Olympics, which is an evil organisation fuelled by greed.

      • 53
        George Osborne's teddy says:

        Good points. Are they going to make public a cost-breakdown of where all our money went? Perhaps for every discrepancy, Seb Coe should have one of his bones broken.

        Mad Frankie: watching on TV is probably better. Tube strikes, queues for the bogs, exploding muzbots – who’d want to be there in person?

    • 65
      'cutio says:

      Sell it to Murdock, then we will not be bothered by it.

  12. 22
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    I can’t help thinking of jurassic park.

    There will be nothing but a bloody and ripped black coat within seconds.

  13. 24
    Well it's a thought says:

    Who provided who with todays news, BBC to Sky other the other way around, I reckon that both should pay lots of money in C02 taxes for duplication.

  14. 28
    tell it like it is says:

    Lobbyists are like fleas on a dog.
    They should be removed from our political life.

  15. 34
    Stinkfinger says:

    If I won the euromillions I would donate £250,000 to the Tory party just so I could leave a big stinky poo in Camerons private bog.
    Even though Sarah Southern looks like the kind of girl who might have beat me to it.

    • 37
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      you are unimaginative.

      If I was on best behaviour I might do it in the sink.

  16. 36
    Liam says:

    These are coming out like Pokemon Cards.

  17. 43
    Coiled Spring says:

    What’s all this about?

  18. 45
    Shocked says:

    Hang her.

  19. 51
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    Pasty and Strong Cider tax.

    Its a cunning plan from the Libdems to win seats from “Conservatives” in the South West.

    • 54
      David Cameron says:

      In our next budget, we’re going to tax the very blood that courses through your veins, at a rate of 40p per 100ml. Since the average person has 5,600ml of blood, you will each owe £22.40 next year. There will be a 500ml p/a personal allowance to cover for cuts and scrapes and other unavoidable blood loss, such as that one week every month when Sam has to take it up the shitter.

      PS: the tax will be backdated to the moment of your conception.

      PPS: And blood-donation will now be classified as tax avoidance. I can see no unintended consequence of this, at all.

      • 57
        A Speshall Advoisa says:

        How about taxing air? – that people breath of course?

        • 58
          A Speshall Advoisa also says:

          - and tax the amount of ground space people occupy, – fat #0cks like Eric and fat slags – take up more room – and you could say it was on ‘elf grounds – innit?

  20. 55
    Larry the Cat says:

    Dave is panicking and frantically shredding lots of documents.

  21. 56
    A Prick Posing as PM says:

    I say chaps! – anyone able to pop round to check on Mr HookHands? I do so want to be sure that he’s comfortable!

    And do stop that confounded whining about pasty and strong cider tax! I never touch either and I just cannot see the point of complaining. Besides, it keeps the interfering health busybodies on my side – watt?

    Pst! – oh – and by the way, – I’ve got a nice little load of double glazing looking for a home – know what i mean?

  22. 60
    Disco Biscuit says:

    This is like Top Trumps!

  23. 63
    Lord Funk says:

    Is it me, or does Baroness Thatcher look unnervingly like Davros (no known connection to the World Economic Forum)?

  24. 64
    Tim Berners- Lee's Dog says:

    I am assuming the full ( blacked ou) email address reads

    sarah.southern@delusionso grandeur.org

  25. 66
    Sixupman says:

    Who in their right minds would employ such a person, that of course answers the question. Cameron was a ‘spad’ to Lamont (?), what the hell did he bring to the sum of Lamont’s knowledge and what I puke-making picture of the pair!


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