April 23rd, 2012

Dorries Should Defect

It does amuse Guido that those so quick to dismiss the views of Nadine Dorries in very personal terms because they disagree with her, have showered her with praise today for going for Cameron’s jugular on today’s Daily Politics. If a sustained bitter campaign of bile was unleashed in a similar way from the right on a female Labour MP, the kickback would be very different. If Nadine really holds her party leadership in such low regard, is it not time for it to send an even clearer messageTwitter would love it…


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  1. 1
    Lee says:

    Every village needs a idiot.

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  2. 2

    She’s been trending all day on Twitter. Don’t think Cameron could ‘KIP if she did go purple.

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    • 53
      misterned says:

      She won’t leave, unless she was assured a safe UKIP seat next time and UKIP’s popularity would have to grow threefold before that happens.

      So each of us has to persuade two others to at least vote, and tell pollsters that they will vote, UKIP

      If each UKIP voter can persuade 5 others, we will win a landslide.

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      • 84
        Axe The Telly Tax says:

        And then you woke up chewing your pillow. LOL

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        • 245
          Spartacus says:

          UKIP Voting
          1997 Election 105,722 votes
          (1997 Referendum Party 811,849 votes).
          2001 Election 390,563.
          2005 Election 605,973
          2010 Election 919,471

          And cameron wakes up chewing his fingernails
          (cameron aka ‘mr angry on the bbbc’)

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          • Anonymous says:

            You do know they havent even got 1 MP dont you, only nigel as an MEP currently on the gravy train in Brussels, UKIP is just a vanity project for theis failed fund manager.

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          • Spartacus says:

            Yawn

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          • Yep – yawn away while UKIP – the rest of us have to deal with the realities of having real, albeit shit politicians – even your founding father’s son can’t be f.ucking bothered with you, prefering to be with “traitor” Cameron – how’s that all working out for you?

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          • Dave Cameron says:

            Look, this woman is just frustrated….

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      • 122
        Ed Ballsup says:

        Yeh but UKIP could guarantee her an MEP safe seat in East midlands and as her constituency is to be merged before the next election she has absolutely nothing to lose

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        • 213
          IWould says:

          Ah, its the cash she seeks. A Euro stipend and a big pot of loot at the end of the rainbow. Shes none too sharp any time I see her on telly. But her daughter’s a cutie

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      • 387
        Rottweiler Ron says:

        Nigel could confer patronage, and make her an MEP!

        Don’t all rush!

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    • 270
      Anonymous says:

      Mad Nads sounds menopausal. She’s a little miffed that dave has made sure she’ll lose her seat in any boundary shakeup. Pity really, because given the chance I think I would.

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    Word says:

    It amuses me that you’re so quick to defend her!

    With her expenses abuse record, where’s the contempt you show other MPs?

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  4. 5

    @NadineDorriesMP Apparently voted in by God: hopefully kicked out by the party for being a Class Bigot.

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  5. 7
    Tim says:

    Dear Nadine,

    This link should help:

    http://www.ukip.org/helpukip

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  6. 8
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    The Tory right are full of useless wankers. Defecting to UKIP is like changing decks on the Titanic.

    The Tory right needs to grow a fucking pair and start pissing Cameron off, the Tory right have allowed huge tax rises to take place and no spending cuts of any note.

    We’e pissing billions away on the mongs in Europe and the rest of the world. Fucking off to UKIP won’t help at all.

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    • 17
      Rat's arse says:

      Agree Daisy Cutter. That’s all that’s needed. Tell Cameron to either start behaving like a t*ry, or p*ss off and let some-one else do his job. Some-one with a backbone.

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      • 21

        Absofuckinglutely.

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      • 71
        Anonymous says:

        Cameron is not a coward, he is a traitor. The Conservative party was bought and paid for sixty years ago,

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      • 73
        cutio says:

        but there is nob such person

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      • 248
        Marion the cat says:

        And if Cameron or similar mong remains in charge then presumably you will still vote Conservative – eventhough it is just the socialists masquerading as a right of centre party.

        Be brave, vote UKIP, even the shock therapy of losing a couple of seats or at worst 5 years in the non-governmental wilderness will help.

        Last GE the public gave UKIP enough votes to deprive the Conservatives of outright victory. So if you don’t find someone better pretty damn quick you will be left with prevaricating, lying Dave who is only waiting for his Brussells job after all.

        Further, the Conservatives don’t have a useful record when it comes to removing a winning PM (God bless her) unless its a death wish.

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        • 321
          Anonymous says:

          you are talking rubbish, have you been drinking ?

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        • 390
          Rottweiler Ron says:

          UKIP is the ONLY Party that could save our nation. The other 3 failed old parties are only in it for the money and power.

          UKIP would eventually get this country out of the sh*t.

          Leave the EU. Stop Immigration. Halve council tax. Flat rate of tax……!

          So much to do – so little time.

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      • 370
        inside- out says:

        Be careful, Boy George is leader in waiting,and I submit he is not as bright as Cameron.

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    • 55
      misterned says:

      It is clear that the tories are just as supine and cowardly as labour MPs were under brown. Not a real bollock between the lot of them.

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    • 58
      Boy Mulcaster says:

      They’re all sacred shitless that if they trigger the fight to move the Tory Party to the real right, they’ll lose. So they just whine and snipe but never actually do anything, the fact that Dave outmaneuvered them by using his veto last year shows you how shallow their understanding is or perhaps how venial their motives are? The fact is Dave wants us deeper in the EU and if the Tosser Toff gets another term after 2015 expect him to begin the debate to take us into the Euro. UKIP bless ‘em are getting the benefit of the frustrated Tories but it will take a much better class of politician (from either UKIP or Tory parties) to give Dave a real scare and get him to fuck off. Only the implosion of the Euro will create the environment for a new generation of real Tories to emerge, it won’t be quick and it will be nasty.

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      • 130
        AC1 says:

        Well we won’t have to wait too long for the Euro to implode (and hopefully bring the E.U.S.S.R. with it).

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        • 268
          Spartacus says:

          as long as hunes speeding offence?

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        • 369
          misterned says:

          The EUSSR is going nowhere. The EU leaders keep teasing us that any countries leaving the Euro would make it all unwind, unravel and make the whole EU break apart, but that language is only being used to scare the true believers into making insane sacrifices to keep the Euro going, no matter what the cost may be in money and lives.

          When the Euro currency is blown apart by its own massive inherent flaws, the leaders of the EU will not allow the EU to fall apart. They will have their emergency summits and patch together every other area of integration that they can think of. Tax harmonisation, social harmonisation, criminal harmonisation, electoral harmonisation, military harmonisation and when the EU is further integrated, then they will try the single currency again, claiming that this time we have got it right… honest… you can trust us….. etc.

          The leaders of the EU are far too deeply enslaved to that project to give up on it.

          We need an entirely new political class, which is patriotic to THIS country, not the EU and only by getting the hell out of the EU, can we save this country, and our economy, from the worst of the disastrous catastrophes in store for the EU.

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      • 194
        cynnffeeaarr9 says:

        No he doesn’t .

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    • 217
      maggie the dog says:

      But have the Tory’s got the balls to go for the posh boys

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      • 257
        Marion the cat says:

        Back in the 90’s I had the luck to meet both Hague and Howard – they were both good guys, but they had the bad luck to pitch up at the time of Bliar the showman at the peak of his illusionary powers. As for Cameron – my dog could have won against Mong Brown – the most despised PM in history.

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    • 296
      Sophie says:

      Dreamer.

      The Conservative Party is being eroded, the dregs swept into the dustbin of political history.

      Cameron has destroyed the “brand” – not detoxified it.

      Surrendering every Conservative principle on the alter of Blairs stolen triangulation strategy from Clintons first victory.

      It was a busted flush after Blair – yet Cameron sticks to it like shit on your shoe.

      Its over – a new era has begun – the post Cameron era, post Conservative Party era.

      Look at the rise of the right in Europe, look at Galloways epic tribal victory – change is now.

      Leys have it – get into a new trench – UKIP.

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      • 298
        Sophie says:

        “lets” – slip of the Shiraz there….

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        • 391
          Rottweiler Ron says:

          Call Me Dave is the New Jeremy Thorpe — all wind and pxxx.

          We didn’t vote for incompetence – we thought we voted for The Wise Men!

          Ken Dodd and Tommy Cooper could have done better than Cameroon and Boy George.

          (Shows my age??!!)

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    Andrew Efiong says:

    There are always a few oddballs in parliament. That Lib Dem who pours the pork to Russian spies, Ed Miliband and Nadine Dorries.

    Sadly she only seems to make a name for herself with daft outbursts.

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    Ruthie says:

    So dim and irritating.

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  9. 12
    Airey Belvoir says:

    She’s a loudmouthed, expenses-fiddling, self-publicising intellectual lightweight. On the plus side, nice cleavage.

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    sockpuppet #4 says:

    I like to judge statements on their merits, not on who actually says them.

    Having said that I wouldnt take advice on the best sort of sausage from the local imam.

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  11. 14
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    What a joke, Sky News not even mentioning their own criminality outed at Leveson.

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    • 40
      Fish says:

      In the public interest. Netted an evil-doer they did. Pity it wasn’t the whole labour front bench.

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      • 373
        Ironside says:

        And did you notice the Sky reports ? Basically that Sky would ‘not do it again’. How nice of them.

        John Riley should be charged and sent to jail for being ultimately responsible for criminal offences. No defence to it, either.

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    Spotty Lizard says:

    She’s dreadful. I wish she would defect. The Tories really don’t need dross like her.

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    • 59
      misterned says:

      If she does try to defect, then UKIP would win more votes by rejecting her. It would show UKIP to have some standards below which they will not stoop.

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      • 183
        Lou says:

        Agreed.

        She’s the one who tried to stop the NHS from giving abortion advice!

        And she voted for the smoking ban.

        UKIP need this one like North Korea needs Kim III.

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    • 64
      misterned says:

      UKIP should only accept MPs as defectors if they resign their seats and fight a by-election for UKIP. It is mightily tempting to get an instant MP or two, but the message that UKIP could send out to the public by rejecting any MP not elected under their own banner, would be a very powerful signal of the scale of the change between UKIP and the other parties.

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      • 124
        Ed Ballsup says:

        We don’t elect MP’s by party under our system ( officially) we elect a person who happens to be a member of a party.

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      • 286
        Xix says:

        I agree, I hope UKIP see the sense in rising above the other parties.
        How delicious for them to be able to boast about rejecting dross like this.

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    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    By the way Happy St George’s day, being at the c u n t z at the BBC can’t be bothered with it.

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    • 33
      Rat's arse says:

      Same to you D.C. Too many feckin fore8GNERS and idle ‘stewards in this Country now. The only special day they recognise is giro day.

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      • 49
        Lord Pete Burns of Transylvania says:

        I see St George is weeping from heaven for the beeb not mentioning his feast day! Or maybe it’s just a band of low pressure?

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    • 134
      AC1 says:

      + 1

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      The BBC ate me gerbil says:

      Well now, to be sure I’ll be looking forward to St Patrick’s day, when the BBC will be all over it like a rash on a leper prostitute.

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  14. 19
    nellnewman says:

    Will nadine defect? I suspect not.

    The question for her would be would her constituents vote for her next time around as a UKIP contender? I don’t think they would and therefore I don’t think she’ll want to wish losing her access to generous salary, pensions and benefits not to mention expenses etc

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        Jeffrey Bernard says:

        It is unlikely that her constituents would vote for her next time as to the constituency is due to be abolished.
        But generally ND gets a poor and undeserved press. The Telegraph trashed her for having the temerity to express concerns at some of the more extreme treatment it was meting out to MPs over expenses. She was trashed over abortion for having the balls to stick to a point of principle. And the negative comments which are posted on this page are crude reflections of the sort of mindset displayed by McNasty when he decided to smear her. Guido rightly targeted McNasty.
        And as for the posh, detached bit about Maeron and Osborne, speaking entirely for myself as someone often viewed as posh, arrogant and out of touch, she is absolutely right.

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    • 38
      Axe The Telly Tax says:

      Depends how marginal her seat is.

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    • 88
      I don't need no doctor says:

      The song Memories would be apt if she did defect. Farage may have some front but for the rest of UKIP who are they?

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  15. 20

    Money been cut ya scrounging twat?

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    • 31
      me says:

      no it hasnt dickface,i just dont like toffs bullying easy targets and closing factories for people with difficult lives you pathetic cretin

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      • 42

        So it’s because they are Toffs that they closed them down? I see, I do apologise.

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        • 328
          Anonymous says:

          Do you realise what a moron you sound calling people toffs in this day and age ! are you thick.

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      • 50
        Pawn Sandwich says:

        Did you vote for him in the last election?

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        • 57
          me says:

          i voted for cameron yes,but what he is doing is a sick joke on many levels and he needs to go

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        • 68

          No I’m not a Toff. But you are a sad and bitter individual. If you don’t like people who are doing better than you, them maybe you should have tried harder at school. Anyway, how do you type so fast with one hand?

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      • 287
        fuck me i'm a toff now says:

        how do you define toff?

        Is it anyone who can tie their own shoe-laces?

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      • 357
        stench says:

        I remember protests at the gates to Downing Street just after Labour were elected in ’97, when one of their first acts in office was to cut disability benefits.

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    • 75
      Anonymous says:

      What stupdid turds privatised our utilities.

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      • 191
        A pragmatist says:

        What stupid turds nationalised the NHS and thought that a useless incompetent state with greedy, apathetic civil servants could run a health service better than all the other ones abroad?

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    • 171
      anonymous says:

      if millionaire cameron had his legs blown off would he claim dla?

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  16. 23
    When legend becomes fact print the legend says:

    You only have to have heard the remarks(barely veiled criticisms)from Tory backbenchers during Osborne’s Statement to Parliament on the UK giving another £10 Billion to IMF to realise that Dave & George are in big trouble. When a Tory Chancellor has to worry more about the response from his own side rather than the Opposition then you know the leadership is in the shit

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    • 54

      Sadly they are about as adept as news management as the Brown one.

      Only idiots would give £10 billion to the IMF and in the same news-cycle announce that austerity needs to find another £16 billion of cuts across all departments.

      The enlightened might realise that the two issues are not related. But to ordinary voters its making someone redundant or closing the library to pay for Brussels.

      Cameron needs to spend his holidays interviewing the next Coulson/Campbell.
      Brown never found a media man and subsequently he had to have a relaunch every single week for 109 weeks until the nation finally pulled the plug on the super idiot.

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      • 104
        Anonymous says:

        I remember when opposing the IMF was the realm of left wing cranks.

        If only they knew that to get the right on board they just had to mention the word “Europe”.

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      • 372
        inside- out says:

        Cameron is a spin doctor,he doesn’t need another one, but even spin doctors need a message to project.Cameron hasn’t got the message for spinning.

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    • 65
      The UK is becoming East Germany circa 1976 says:

      Cameron and Osborne are Tory? How so?

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      • 148
        Shoot the lot of them says:

        are they fuck.They are just a pair of chinless wonders.
        It is time a stalking horse was put up to start the process of getting rid of dave before he fucks the country any more.

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    • 330
      Archie says:

      You only have to look at the comments in the Telegraph and Speccer to know that they’re in deep shit with the electorate. Don’t even get me started on the Daily Fail!

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    Deacons says:

    she’s gone anyway. its just when now. CCHQ determined to be rid of her.

    She talks about going to Peter Lilley’s seat but there isn’t even a vacancy there. She couldn’t even spell St Neots when she showed interest there. She wanted to be police commissioner but local party wouldn’t allow it.

    UKIP have a glaring vacancy for East of England in Euro elections. Maybe she is just waiting to defect at time of most damage?

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    • 36
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      KER-Ching!!

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    • 69
      misterned says:

      I can see her fighting for a very lucrative EU MEP seat.

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        Ave10YO says:

        Any Idea how many UKIP members want Sinn Fein style EU non attendance, of UKIP MEP’s after 2014?
        They wouldn’t, would they?
        Are Westminster still paying Sinn Fein MP’s?
        UKIP members voted against their MEP’s taking your taxpayers money from the EU to join a Pan European Party.
        LibLabCon MEP’s are all taking these bribes (It’s your money).

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  18. 26
    Where are Tony Blair's Expenses says:

    Whatever the critcisms are of Norris regading expenses etc the facts are that Cameron, Osborne, Clegg are privately educated professional politicians who have never had a real job, never put anyone in employment, never had to run a comany and find money for NI, Tax, green costs, paternity pay, equalities legislation etc. They keep talking about hard working families and have no concept of what it means.

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    • 43
      nellnewman says:

      Yes but that’s true of 99% of our politicians today – the militwit brothers balls and cooper, None of them have any experience of real life and the difficulties it throws at us from time to time.

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        Stobrith says:

        All politicians are the same. The only way that can get elected is by lying about their intensions, and quoting instead clap trap, which of course they have received from the party machine.
        Of course the politician is not elected, it is the party that is elected, and that is elected on a fabricated bunch of half baked “pledges”, smoke and mirrors. All of which has been handed down from “The Paymasters”.
        I remember hearing of quote made by a powerful banker in the ’30 depression …”The wolves may howl but the caravan rolls on!”

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    • 46
      Rat's arse says:

      What abour Bliar, Mctw*t, Milipede x 2, Balls,………. just keep filling in the names.
      Please tell me who they worked for in the ‘real’ world, and what contributions they have made to joe public.

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      • 77
        nellnewman says:

        ‘contributions to joe public’

        Sadly the truth about politicians nowadays is that they’ve never made contributions to joe public, public life, the economy or the community.

        These people are Takers not Givers!!!!

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    • 89
      cutio says:

      spot on TBE

      By the STEVEGREEn .I have only one hand and I resent your cowardly gibe (supra) cnut!

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    • 138
      AC1 says:

      Think Cameron was director of a PR company (must’ve been a shit one)
      Osbourne’s parents run a wallpaper business, not sure how involved he got.
      Clegg never seems to have a proper job.
      I still think they’re all shits.

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    • 209
      Anonymous says:

      but all you fucking idiots who read this blog, still vote for them!!

      You must be fucking mad, after all by giving them your vote you are really endorsing their lies, spin and support of the EU treaties. But you are too thick to work it out.

      So don’t vote for any of the 3 major parties, fuck them just like they fuck you!

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  19. 29
    The shirking beasty says:

    She should be head MILF monitor
    Or maybe I coud have that job

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  20. 30
    Joss Ayinglike says:

    Mad Nads – defective.

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  21. 32

    I’m betting she is already in talks with Labour. She has been spouting an awful lot of Leftie shite recently – remember – you read it here first.

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  22. 34
    Glyn H says:

    She is indeed all that you say; but as to the cleavage she has also shown she is a first class shit (Like Esther Rantzen she nicked another womans husband), AND THEN TALKED ABOUT IT IN PUBLIC.
    Meanwhile UKIP has had its fill of mouthy narcisists with Kilroy Silk. UKIP needs decent folk who care for their country more than themselves. Not the likes of this unappatising baggage.

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  23. 35
    MandyPickleSniffer says:

    who gives a fuck about the price of milk?

    I couldn’t tell you how much it could costs if my life depended on it.

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  24. 37
    Lord Pete Burns of Transylvania says:

    This daft mare needs to have something big shoved in her gob to gag her.

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    • 79
      Davey Cameron's bumsex army says:

      She’s more used to being bent over and having something big and throbbing shoved up her shitter.

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  25. 39
    Caligula says:

    Quite right Guido

    Nadine should defect to the UKIP

    And become the Marine Le Pen of British politics

    Most constructive – all very Daily Express about 1960 ROFL (but now you write for the Express’s sister paper owned by the same famous pornogragher) ROFL..pretty ripe for a so-called Irishman

    Waving the Commonwealth flag against all those horrible Europeans (including yourself – ROFL)

    In fact the very personification of decadence, obscurantism, nationalism and all the evils of the nihilism you have come to represent

    Sad fatty that you have come to this…

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  26. 44
    Glyn H says:

    No 35 was meant to be a reply to Airey Belvoir at 12. Hence I missed out the Loud Mouthed, expenses fiddling self publicising intellectual lightweight. With a nice cleavage.

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  27. 47

    It would possibly be a mistake to accept Madame Dorries.
    Although gaining an Mp is absolubtely necessary for UKIP to ever being anything other than a protest party, Nadine comes with a whole caboose of baggage.

    She is of the looney right. {there must be a better phrase than that. Something with some alliteration. Righteous Right? Raving Right?Ridiculous Right?}

    She is of the Widdecombe path. A very, very narrow support base.
    Farage might be tempted to leave her where she is.
    However if 4 or 5 MPs could defect in one go, that would be an astounding coup.
    It would damage Cameron. Probably not fatally but would certainly force him to the right.

    And after the 2015 election, assuming the New – UKIP’s {new-U? -ConUK?} retain their seats they might expect to have say 8 MPs.

    And in a post coalition world that would give them 4 more than the Lib Dems.

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  28. 48
    sockpuppet #4 says:

    Dangerous dogs.

    I wonder if that will turn out to be a fiasco.

    Again.

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  29. 51
    Silly Cow says:

    Booo hooo! Those nasty men won’t let me in their gang, Boo Hooo. I’m going to go and play with that Nigel then and I’m going to tell on them. I’m going to run and tell Auntie. Sob, sob, sob (wallowing in self-pity).

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  30. 52
    Jimmy says:

    Don’t worry. I predict she will resign the whip in protest against the party’s refusal to select her.

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    • 60

      I think you may not be far off the truth.
      Party HQ is doing everything it can to find Nadine a seat.

      Everything it can short of looking for one.

      Is it better to have her inside pissing out or outside squatting in?
      I doubt Dave gives a monkey’s either way.

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      • 76
        Jimmy says:

        He’s be delighted. He would not only lose a royal pain in the arse but cement UKIP’s image as a salon des refuses for fruitloops.

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        • 98

          Les choses ne peuvent qu’empirer?

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        • 102
          I Remember You Hoo says:

          You’re right Jimmy as usual!

          Those fruitloops may be right on every important issue, but that’s not the point is it? What is much more important is keeping the socialist narrative alive, no matter which of the big three, is in government.
          The UKIP extremist party make outrageous loony suggestions like us governing ourselves and not being dictated to and obeying like shivering shitting dogs, EU diktats, corrupt, unelected and unremovable lawmakers, the right to control our own borders etc.

          Bloody swivel eyed loons the lot of them.

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          • joescotus says:

            bit ott well maybe not

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          • Jimmy says:

            Yes that was an excellent parody of the sort of overexcited frothing gibberish I mean.

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          • AC1 says:

            Those “loons” in UKIP are also sceptical of the Green nonsense.

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          • Jimmy says:

            Indeed. In fact the whole science and “book larnin'” thing gets them in a right old state.

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          • As anyone who reads these posts will know, I am a creature of sobriety and moderate tastes.*

            However, I have now reached the state where I would vote for a UKIP candidate (no matter how fast their eyes were rotating) if i did not help a Labour candidate to win.

            With the LibDems, there are certain ones whom I would not let in either.

            * Stand up whoever snіggеred out there.

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          • AC1 says:

            There’s only one little red book (or maybe the Koran) for you Jimmy.

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          • Jimmy says:

            A muslim maoist? An interesting concept.

            You’re a Daily Mail reader aren’t you?

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          • AC1 says:

            Actually I was commenting on the similarities between Marxism and other totalitarian religions.

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          • Jimmy says:

            As opposed to what? Are there religions where you get to vote on the rules?

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          • fingers in ears, lalalalala says:

            “You’re a Daily Mail reader aren’t you?”

            Awww, does the Mail report stories that ickle Jimmy doesn’t want hear about, y’know like Muslim child rapists and single mums with kids from 5 different fathers on 36 grand a year? Perhaps if we didn’t hear about them they would just go away Jimmy, eh?

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          • lenin's stuffed carcass says:

            “Are there religions where you get to vote on the rules?”

            No, which is a perfect parallel with Marxism, you twat.

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          • Jimmy says:

            I use the term “reader” advisedly of course.

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          • Jimmy says:

            “No, which is a perfect parallel with Marxism, you twat.”

            Which makes the term “totalitarian religion” tautologous doesn’t it, you intelligent person.

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          • The term Daily Mail reader is one that is supposed to be pejorative but somehow falls short of the mark. I am surprised Jimmy employs it (he can do better) but it does pander to the lefties. Morning Star reader. Now that would truly be an insult but most of us can’t be bothered as we feel more secure in our positions than to stoop to that.

            The last time I had a paper delivered was in the early 90s and that was the Times which I had taken from my school days in the 1960s before they disgraced the front page with news.

            Still, the slogan matters more than the content – nowadays.

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          • AC1 says:

            You don’t get to vote under Marxism either. Rule of the proletariat always seems to not need their input (except as slaves).

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          • AC1 says:

            S.C. there is much to bemoan in the Wail..

            http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2133991/Jealous-boyfriend-strangled-girlfriend-17-bed-feared-unfaithful–got-parents-help-cover-killing.html

            Investigation: Emiily was found dead at Elliot Turner’s £300,000 family home

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          • AC1 says:

            All Marxists are totalitarian, not all religious people are.

            Non-Totalitarian Marxist is an oxymoron.

            Little bit of logic for you Jimmy, as I know you lack it.

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          • fingers in ears, lalalalala says:

            Yeah, the Mail only reports these things to make lefty ‘readers’ like you froth at the mouth Jimmy. It’s childish, but fun.

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          • lenin's stuffed carcass says:

            As far as I can see AC1 coined the term, “totalitarian religions” to apply to socialist doctrines wherever they can be found. As you well know, the term for religious tyrannies is ‘theocracies’.

            Twat.

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          • @AC1

            You provide a perfect example of what you decry with that link. Normally, I never read that sort of stuff. It is pure sensationalism but has been the perceived stock-in-trade for longer than I have been around in most of the press – even more recently in the serious (hahaha!) papers.

            One has to be selective in life just to survive and there are whole sections of experience in general which I tend to completely avoid.

            I do read the occasional article by Quentin Letts though and often find him very funny. Does that make me a Daily Mail reader in the sense at Jimmy used it? If so, that proves my original point.

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          Jimmy you are one nasty motherfucker says:

          Dear Jimmy,

          Why do you continue to support Labour, a party that supports torture and rendition?

          Why do you continue to support a party that conspired in the killing of 100,000 Iraquis?

          Pray tell us, oh motherfucker.

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          • Jimmy says:

            Another rightie pretending to give a fuck about dead arabs?

            Spare me. We already did this one.

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          • jgm2 says:

            Another Blair apologist pretending to give a fuck about dead arabs.

            Spare me. We already did that one.

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          • Jimmy you are one nasty motherfucker says:

            Hah! Doing the old side-step of the torturing and mass-killing eh motherfucker?

            You utter fucking vermin.

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      • 95
        smoggie says:

        Well, she was recommended to defecate to the right.

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  31. 56
    The Boy, The Finger, The Dyke says:

    Ho hum. The Dutch government has fallen.

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  32. 62
    Show Biz for ugly people says:

    Guido defending this troughing lying hypocritical homewrecker is hilarious

    Surely the only reason he can find for doing so is that she is a fellow G0dbotherer

    This is the same cretin who whinged that she should be getting paid to eat at the house of commons tax payer funded restaurant that Guido is usually so incensed about

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  33. 66
    Rinka Scott says:

    2.6 million people will be really impressed by this level of political debate!

    I would also like to know what Cameron actually did for us last Friday. Visiting a primary school and telling 7 year olds to stand up for teacher is not my idea of work.

    He did not even bother to stay for a school dinner to check that it was Jamie Oliver compliant.

    Cameron should be looking to get 5000 real new jobs per week and there will still be plenty of unemployed .

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      AC1 says:

      The government cannot make jobs (net, as the tax to fund them creates more unemployment).

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        Is it just me ? says:

        No but its not just about creating jobs in the public sector. A Government can facilitate an environment which encourages businesses to develop and grow as well as encouraging businesses from outside the UK to invest here. So to say that job creation is not a role for a Government is missing the point.

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          AC1 says:

          It can get out of the way. That’s it.

          “The nine most terrifying words in the English language are: ‘I’m from the government and I’m here to help.'” Ronald Reagan (PBUH)

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          • Anonymous says:

            Unemployment has fallen and several multi-national companies have announced investment and job creation in the UK over recent months.
            It’s just being ignored by the BBC.

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          • AC1 says:

            Unemployment has mainly fallen as we remove non-jobbers from Brown’s disguised unemployment and our backs..

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          • Is it just me ? says:

            So you are of the opinion that oh I dont know , the tax rates set by a Government are of no consequence for stimulating business for example ?

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          • AC1 says:

            > the tax rates set by a Government are of no consequence for stimulating business

            No Tax does not stimulate business, in the same way that AIDS does not stimulate health.

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    Herman Von Rumpoy

    Hello friends.
    I’m afraid the markets have gone ape over a looney left socialist winning the first round in France. { In the Euro zone, we prefer the term – A moderate}
    And my neighbours the Dutch have collapsed their government.

    So..you know..the Euro. Well…its been a bad day and we need to buy Bonds.
    Now, I know you just gave £10 billion to the IMF on Friday. But, well….erm…And I don’t want you to be alarmed about this…but…that’s all gone.

    If you could let us have another £10 billion to tide us over until the end of the week, that’ll be super.
    We’ll pay you back end of the week.
    Or by the end of May?

    End of the year at the very latest.
    Probably.

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  35. 72
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    UKIP, B&P, Front National and all other nationalist and anti-EU parties should be outlawed by the EU.

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      I Remember You Hoo says:

      How very reasonable and democratic. In your ideal world, just what opinions and thoughts should be permitted by the state?

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  36. 78
    SaltPetre says:

    Nothing wrong with Toffs…they are a minority group…so I’m surprised the left don’t support them.

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    Show Biz for ugly people says:

    Her constituency disappears next time round and she’s just being her usual opportunistic self serving obnoxious self and trying to get on the EU gravy train.

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    Whilst on Totty Watch has anyone seen Emily Schrader who has an article over at the Commentator?

    Now she appeals to me for reasons both right and wrong.

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  39. 86

    Whilst on Totty Watch has anyone seen Emily Schrader who has an article over at the Commentator.

    Now she appеals to me for reasons both right and wrong.

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    Widescreen2010 says:

    I would consider an attack from Dorries to be a ringing endorsement.

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  41. 90
    Dave Cam (he’ll con you if he can!) says:

    Are you Thick as shit?

    Are you Gullible?

    Do you Believe pigs will fly?

    Would you Vote for a blue arsed monkey?

    If so –

    VOTE CONSERVATIVE!

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    • 136
      I don't need no doctor says:

      Yes, yes, yes and yes. At last I’ve won something. What is my prize? Is it a Parker pen?

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    • 146
      Anonymous says:

      yup.The Conservatives that don’t err…..conserve.Good luck with that on in 2015.

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  42. 91
    I don't need no doctor says:

    So if not Cameron and Osborne then who does she want?

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  43. 93
    Weygand says:

    One can only say Go Nads – whether as recommendation or comment

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  44. 96
    Trahison des Clercs says:

    Truth, you onanists would not know it if it goosed you.

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    Anonymous says:

    I hope she does.

    Nothing would do the Tory party more good than if she stood up and said there it wasn’t a place for people like with her views.

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    • 101
      Axe The Telly Tax says:

      She’s just mouthing off because she might lose her place at the trough with all the other piggies. LOL

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    • 106

      Poor Nads. About to find out that although 80 odd MPs support her in the 1922 gang, none would risk their seats to save the ladies honour if Dave decides to giver her whipping.

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    Spank Sinatra says:

    She’s just another bitter & twisted back bench mp who has been passed over for promotion. It matters not which party she represents. Attention seeking pain in the back-side. Incoherent when it comes to voicing a strategy for growth / cutting the deficit / addressing the issues of the day etc. A total lightweight. Pfft….

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    nempnet thrubwell says:

    It was sobering to hear of the sudden death of Gordon Brown involving a goat, a cattle prod and a dead badger . Yes, he screwed up my pension and helped to decimate my savings, but when all said and done you wouldn’t wish that on anybody would you…………

    oops, sorry, daydreaming again.

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  48. 112
    lolathebeautiful says:

    Camonblair and Osbrown – says it all really.

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  49. 113
    Drop a Daisy cutter on the BBC says:

    Typical BBC, wanking on about shitty Shakespeare with that fucking weird mong Will Gumpert…yet still they can’t mention St George’s day.

    Fuck off BBC scum.

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      Anonymous says:

      You do realise that its your taxes that are paying for foreign actors to come over here to act out various Shakespeare plays in various languages that your everyday, common or garden Brit won’t understand.

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      Some Geezer wot will go once more unto the breach says:

      The fact that William Your Comment Is Awaiting Moderation (because his name contains a three-letter cluster verboten to the power-that-be) is being mentioned today is that it is the 396th anniversary of his death. Shakey’s 450th anniversary of birth will be in two years, and the quattrocentenary of his death in four; BBC will be all over both of those events, as Shakey is a National Treasure, hence no objection to the coverage (except perhaps from you, Daisy). The fact that very little actual reporting needs to take place, as opposed to cutting and pasting, will argue in the Bard’s favour. And if Owen Jones and Laurie Penny are still Flavour of the Month then, they will be brought in to opine on whether Will is still relevant in our modern day to the new multi-culti society. Some crashingly boring academic, not unlike myself (except for the academic part), will argue for Will’s timelessness, and the public won’t be any more knowledgeable about the plays and sonnets, or the man, than they were going in, and all the beard-stroking and arm-waving will go on, months later, to discussions about how few people actually know, one hundred years on, why the Great War of 1914-1918 was fought.

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  50. 114
    say what you see says:

    The stupid bitch is a Con.

    What more is there to detest? Fuck off and take your fucking Cons with you.

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  51. 118
    ToonBob... says:

    Hmmmmm Nadine … the new Marine le Pen, she gets my vote, tres bon :)

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    Anonymous says:

    As a UKIPer and a libertarian Nadine is probably the last Conservative MP I’d want to become our first MP. Steve Baker, Douglas Carswell or someone of that wing would be better.

    Having Dorries as our main spokesman in the house would reinforce the negative side of our party image, as she is poor on civil liberties.

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    swinging says:

    psssst, want to see a pic of a Kenyan guy with a cock so long he has to throw it over his shoulder?

    http://tinyurl.com/bvuvatc

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  54. 126
    Well it's a thought says:

    She can’t stop being an MP as she has already said it’s her profession, so how can Camoron fire her from her MP job.

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  55. 132
    AC1 says:

    Get out of other peoples’ wallets you scrounger.

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    Ah! Monika says:

    AND YET ANOTHER YNW

    Takeaway boss ‘tried to recruit girls as young as 12 to work as prostitutes in his brothel’

    Azad Miah (pictured) is said to have ‘hounded’ and ‘stalked’ girls to have sex for money while at the same time allegedly running a brothel from his premises in Carlisle, Cumbria.

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  58. 154
    Dave says:

    ‘Will no one rid me of this troublesome woman?’

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    Is it just me ? says:

    Am I alone in thinking that the fact this woman has admitted that most of her Blog was fictitious just might have a bearing on her credibility ?

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  60. 166
    WVM says:

    Mmm… MILF

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  61. 181
    Anonymous says:

    Mad Nad: arrogant little oik out of her depth.

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  62. 185
    Anonymous says:

    Nadine Defect to Labour along with DC and NC lets us have a military coup

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  63. 196
    Abdel from Tooting says:

    That little ginger haired lad has been telling Government Departments to cut expenditure and send monthly statements to him in the Treasury.

    In my takeaway I go over my accounts every week on Sunday afternoons not every month. If something is not right I want to know about it straight away.

    I think this Government has no idea what it is doing. If you are doing austerity you do weekly not monthly audits and budgets.

    Arnie Weinstock would be turning in his grave if this lot was working for him!

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  64. 198
    Bogeyman says:

    Here’s a laugh. You know how the Greenies are always on about wasting resources? Well I just stumbled across a picture on their website HERE that took forever to download.

    A little hacking shows why. They have committed the ultimate crime in web graphics: to fill a small space on the page they have uploaded a picture 1.04 metres wide.

    Your web browser has to download this monster then resize it to fit the hole. Think of all that electricity it has guzzled in the process.

    Greenies haven’t a clue.

    Worth checking out the picture anyway to get a glimpse of the gorgeous Jenny Jones.

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    • 237

      Bloody hell.

      I prefer my right hand. It looks nicer than either of those mops.

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    • 285
      Daveyboy says:

      You’re right there BM. The other day we were round at a friend’s whose wife is another stupid greenie. While doing the washing up she was lecturing me on the need to preserve water, a “very precious resource”. She was so preoccupied with offloading her opinion that she failed to notice the tap had been running flat out and the sink was overflowing.

      It took me to point it out to her. And she didn’t even see the irony.

      They haven’t a clue. Not a fucking clue.

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    Anonymous says:

    Like I said previously, I’ve already voted for UKIP in London, when my vote normally goes to the tories. So my vote might even let Ken in, but so be it, that’s not my fault, that’s down to Dave and Georges love of everything euro and the money they are sticking behind it.

    After all, Dave we are all in this together aren’t we, but then again how one earth would Dave know any way?

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    • 334
      smoggie says:

      Toys out the pram. Boris is the candidate, not Dave or George you mug.

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        Anonymous says:

        you fucking mug, he’s still a tory. You are one of the cu n t s that vote for them then moan about them and there is millions more wankers like you around.

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  66. 202
    Anonymous says:

    Billions wiped off Europe’s biggest companies as political rebellion rocks eurozone

    we can now really hope and pray that this is now the end of the Euro and the rich eu political elite dictating our lives.

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    • 206

      I do not live in Euroland and have limited exposure to the Euro (and for that matter to the pound) so I spеak with no vested interest here.

      But if you think that troubles with the, admittedly unattractive, common currency is a good thing from which those in the Stirling Area will be totally unaffected, then you have a nasty shock coming to you.

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  67. 203
    Anonymous says:

    I’ve already defected to UKIP and already voted for them in London , thought I would let you know as the beeb doesn’t do anything UKIP as every body knows, right?

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  68. 204
    Anonymous says:

    How Dan(H) and the other Eurosceptics can stay in David Cameron’s so called “Conservative” party, now that they know that Dave and George are happy to spend our borrowed money to prop up the euro, is beyond me.

    They must be just happy to take all the lovely state money, I guess?

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  69. 207
    A pragmatist says:

    What is so wrong with being governed by well-educated posh people pushed by ambitious parents ? You’d have to be a dimwit to want to be governed by brainless, state uneducated chavs. And I’m an ex-grammar school student.

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      AC1 says:

      The trouble is that they are indoctrinated to believe they can lead, rather than just administrate the land.

      They are also encouraged to believe they know better than others, which leads them into the folly of state control of the economy.

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      I don't need no doctor says:

      Imagine if unti 2010 we had been governed by a labour for say thirteen years. I bet the country would have been ruined by overspending and a bloated public sector, wars in middle east and god knows what else. It makes me shudder to think that could have happened.

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        fully comprehensive says:

        I don’t care where someone went to school as long as they’re honest, extremely capable and have our country’s best interests at heart.

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        • 252
          Reality comes knocking and says:

          “as they’re honest, extremely capable and have our country’s best interests at heart”

          Bad news; you won’t find anyone like that in the Houses of Parliament.

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    • 384
      über pragmo says:

      Nothing.

      But there is more to being a human being than having a good education.

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  70. 214
    Saffron says:

    BBC are nothing less than maggots in a carcass of ENGLAND that they are trying their utmost to destroy.Their utter bias is disgusting or should be to the peoples of this once great country.
    The British Bias Corporation is so stuffed full of lefftie ars-holes absolutely with half a brain that it beggars belief.
    Next bit is this:-.
    1)How come we as taxpayers have to fund this biased bunch of assholes.
    2)Who are this shower of shite responsible to,what springs to mind here is WHO PAYS THE PIPER CALLS THE TUNE.
    3)Just what are Cammoron and his in it for the ride Lib Dimwits going to do about this,well I for one say Jack Shit,they don’t have the balls.
    Finnally it is now being seen that Comoshit and Osmorne shit are Con guys of the highest order,in other words Con Merchants of the highest order.
    Vote for any of these 3 parties,don’t make me laugh, never in a million years.

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      Jackanories History Lesson on the BBC says:

      Let me tell you a very condensed short story about the BBC…

      Once upon a time back in the day and during the cold war the BBC was targeted by the then Soviet Union for political infiltration. This happen along with other main television broadcasters in other Europ*an states too, and to a lesser extent in America. The French were targeted hard too at the time as they were seen as an easy target politically speaking. This infiltration also occurred along with others in universities, political parties, unions, schools, other public services and other media outlets.

      For decades this went on slowly but surely funded by the Soviets until the infiltration took and they could hire in their own with your money straight in to the positions needed. It was a lot easier for the Soviets to do this in our freer societies and not so easy for us in theirs. All we had at the time was freedom radio blasting out of West Germany at Eastern Europe and our under ground cells distributing literature and holding group meetings. And these are the very reasons why the BBC was targeted in the first place. The typical tit-for-tat strategy that coloured the whole of the cold war.

      Moving forward to the 1990’s and the fall of communism we were left this legacy as were my other nations in the west. The communists in the west were taken unawares and for a time they were lost and confused as to which direction to go. But this didn’t last too long as they regrouped and established new goals and targets and from their present positions they set to work. The EU project attracted them like flies to shit, and so they toned it down and called themselves democratic socialists who flooded in to the EU establishing themselves and giving a foot up to other like minded colleges.

      The back-door EU funding to the BBC isn’t mentioned at all but it’s there and it is in breach of the royal charter which created the BBC in the first place. They promote the EU and all it’s policies from global warming to multiculturalism. Policies that originated from the Soviet Union as a well thought out and planed tactic to destroy nation states and prepare them for assimilation in to the commune. Back then the commune was the USSR, now it’s the USE (United States of Europe) the latest commie self funded wankfest. And here we are today, still living in the legacy of the cold war.

      I’d like to say that everybody live happily ever after but that’s for fairy tales.

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        Ironside says:

        And so you will also recall Alexander Shelyepin ?

        He was the boss of the Soviets who were tasked with infiltrating the unions, and had many a meeting in London with a bloke called Jack Jones leader of the egregious TGWU.

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    Anonymous says:

    The European Commission said the pact was signed by states, not governments. “Governments change but commitments on behalf of states cannot be changed without discussion with European partners,” said the Commission.

    Are we sure we defeated Hitler in 1945? I’m not so sure now, frightening!

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  72. 220
    who'd have thought it says:

    Huhne’s lover Carla Trimingham was a “habitual serial seller” of information to the papers about people such as Clegg and Russell Crowe, the High Court heard today.

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  73. 224
    Anonymous says:

    DO YOU THINK YOU WILL BE VOTING FOR THE CONLIBDEMS PARTY IN 2015?

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  74. 232
    Saffron says:

    Mad Nads you might like or not like,but she does have point in that she is saying that the most 2 powerful people in this land are the PM and his mate the Chancellor.
    Next question is are any of these two fortune seekers even interested in the fortunes of this land.
    MY ANSWER IS NO THEY ARE NOT>

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    • 243
      albacore says:

      As in Dave’s government by Whitehall farce?
      Competing to see who’s the biggest arse
      If by chance alone, they’d get something right
      But they strive hard not to, with awful might

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    • 247
      David Camoron says:

      “are any of these two fortune seekers even interested in the fortunes of this land?”

      Oh yes, by jove! Fortunes are to be made here, what what! If someone wants to talk to me, I charge them £250,000! And golly gosh, my spiffing HS2 rail link – which will cost you snot-nosed little oiks £33billion – will make me a dashed tidy sum in backhanders.

      Ditto my planning-law changes. England will be concreted and destroyed, but I’ll be jolly rich, along with my developer chums, what what!

      Toodle pip!

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    • 249
      David Camoron says:

      “are any of these two fortune seekers even interested in the fortunes of this land?”

      Oh yes, by jove! Fortunes are to be made here, what what! If someone wants to talk to me, I charge them £250,000! And g0lly gosh, my spiffing HS2 rail link – which will cost you snot-nosed little oiks £33billion – will make me a dashed tidy sum in backhanders.

      Ditto my planning-law changes. England will be concreted and destroyed, but I’ll be jolly rich, along with my developer chums, what what!

      Toodle pip!

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      • 263
        AC1 says:

        How will someone get rich concreting over stuff noone wants?

        Oh yes there’s a massive demand for more housing.

        So using some of the current 94% of non urban land in the U.K. for residences seems to be a good idea. Might even reduce housing prices…

        Or is that your NIMBY fear that you dare not mention?

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        • 361
          jgm2 says:

          I’ve got acres and acres of land down here in the sunny South East that I’d be absolutely delighted to sell for housing.

          Got our risible ‘Local Plan’ through from the parish council last week that we’re being steered to comment on. Bunch of NIMBYs all with their ‘vision’ for 2030.

          ‘We believe that the area should retain its unique blend of ….’

          Basically – no change except we’d all be sourcing our produce locally. And a unicorn in every field. Something about cheap, local, affordable housing for the children of the people who already live here. But of course no development that wasn’t in keeping with the existing housing. Ie big fuck-off million pound homes.

          And they print this bollocks as if there were no glaring inconsistencies at all.

          The muppets have no more a grasp of reality than the bedwetters.

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  75. 244
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’m a sputnik!

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    Catholic Church to be rebranded The Child Raping Christian Club says:

    Guido thinks abortion in all cases including rape is wrong and that all life is sacred. Except when it’s little boys being buggered by catholic priests or third worlders having bombs dropped on them by Bush.

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  77. 255
    Grrr says:

    Nadine knows both the price of milk and the value of MP’s expense claims

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    Do as you are told sheeple says:

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    Border Terrier says:

    My memory, not what it used to be, suggests that Nadine once shared her duvet with Tim Montgomerie.

    Can’t be true can it? But they are in the same bed ideology wise. Strange.

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  80. 281

    I’m glad she said what she did. We are being ruled by Bullingdon Club scum. They smashed up restaurants. Now it’s the country. Only UKIP can save us.

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  81. 283
    Calamity Clegg says:

    Hasn’t Theresa May sorted this yet ??

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  82. 290
    LoopyLoo says:

    Have to say Dave had this coming to him. His put downs a PMQs although funny are not witty. This does show up a base vicious streak in his nature.

    And as for Osborne he is in the wrong party.

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  83. 291
    Mad, Bad & Dangerous Gordon McRuin ( Member in absentia ) says:

    Will Mad Nads be defecting to The Monster Raving Loony Party ?

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  84. 295
    Sid the Socialist says:

    It’s not fair!

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    Ram This says:

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    Jilly Becking says:

    Well done Nad, what you said had to be said.

    So what are you and Carswell and un-named others gonna do about the two Euro Toffs?

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    have some self respect ffs! says:

    Doris supped with Devil. She is part of the problem.

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    Anonymous says:

    You do realise that his dead father and his dead son were disabled dont you ? please dont post until you have educated yourself.

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  90. 326
    The Tosser in No 10 says:

    Some chap rang me up tonight to say we need a jolly super fellow to really get our jolly super message across!

    He said we need a big hitter! – whatever that is!

    I’ll give a jolly super speech! – that should do it!

    But what is our message?

    Watt?

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    not a machine says:

    boo hoo my post has been lost

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    Axe the TV Tax! says:

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    Mustafa Anjhob says:

    Fetch a cloth

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  94. 339

    Can the Chinese lose face in the area of missile trade?

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    illogical says:

    The video interviewer asks “2 posh boys that don’t know the price of milk”? to which Dorries adds “arrogant”.
    This suggestion misses [ or is hoping / even requesting] that Dorries adds the earlier colourful adjective used in the identical quote made by Fat Abbott, not so long ago.?
    I would have hoped one or the other would have said- “2 posh white boys…” or at least “2 posh arrogant boys who dont know the price of full cream milk / skimmed milk / low fat milk etc etc.
    The television media as per usual attempts to sway the conversation down a path that is diametrically opposite to the thrust of the politician. Left on her own Dorries might have said “the price of beans”, “2 dumb arrogant old farts” or softened the blow by just calling Dave and George coccydinial, bescumbered etc etc. And why milk! Because it is white! What about the price of coal / printing ink? Or has the word bl@ck become banned these days for general conversation. We will never know!
    Was it a BBC interview?

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    Just asking, illogical, but the other day you posted as enoch and then corrected yourself. What was the story behind that?

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      illogical says:

      Morning Cat. Sometimes I feel a particular topic / thrust appears complimented by a different nom de plume.Horses for courses etc etc. Probably “Enoch” had a particular axe to grind.
      To be completely honest my sevice provider here in the sticks is abysmal and I keep IE and Firefox running in parallel to correspond where possible. Mistakes consequently occur.

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      illogical says:

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      April 24, 2012 at 8:05 am

      Morning Cat. Sometimes I feel a particular topic / thrust appe@[f*ck]rs complimented by a different nom de plume. Horses for courses etc etc. Probably “Enoch” had a particular axe to grind.
      To be completely honest my service provider here in the sticks is abysmal and I keep IE and Firefox running in parallel to correspond where possible. Mistakes consequently occur.

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        Enoch is finally coming into his own – so as to spe*ak!

        I saw him many years ago. Great orator who talked so sensibly that the Great British Public and the awful Ted Heath chucked him out.

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          illogical says:

          Enoch unfortunately was ahead of his time, but then any regarded as a prophet of doom will be ridiculed or demoted for allowing another a glimpse at the eventual possibilities / probabilities
          Wonderful day here. Sun shining. Hope the world goes well in your neck of the woods.

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    Cressida's Dick says:

    Go Nads.

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    Not Dave's Fag says:

    Reading many of the posts it is clear that right wing thinking people who would normally vote Conservative, support the Conservatives have and many more are becoming disenfranchised by Hopeless and Useless.

    Instead of bickering and ball breaking anyone with a view which questions or challenges the current leadership of the Conservative Party why not just stop, think and consider.

    There are millions of people in OUR Country who are really hurting financially, terrified for their financial futures, completely at a loss as to how their children will be housed and find jobs.

    Whatever some on here think and feel the poor are as poor as they were, the middle classes are being wiped out financially and morally and a handful of the landed, the chancers, the spivs, the dishonest are leading life to the full.

    And in the language of some on here I’m a toff and I don’t like the way my peer group are conducting themselves.

    Vote UKIP because you believe it, vote UKIP a protest, VOTE ukip to encourage others in the Conservative party to swing across and make the Cast Iron liar take note to either change direction or leave office.

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      just saying says:

      I’m more likely not to vote UKIP in protest at your increasingly boring monotonous rants.

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      illogical says:

      Good points, comprehensively noted, yet happily disenfranchised from afar, the picture I have of my country makes it difficult to see the wood for the trees, a factor that I think restricts your own view too. Is it a question of changing horses in mid stream with the objective that the grass will be greener with a new leadership? [Here I assume that you feel your UKIP is the bluer than blue better alternative].
      Money makes the world go round but it is not the be all and end all -enjoyment is still possible on a pittance. You make do with what you have and can afford, which for many in the UK is ignored. Education or the lack of a good one, mass immigration and Europe@n directives muddy the water for all yet any change of figurehead will not change the status quo one iota.
      “Hopeless and Useless” do not have the magic wand you expect but then I doubt Farage will be able to draw any acceptable rabbit out of the hat in the short term either. I would suggest feel free to register a protest vote at local /by-election level against the Torys now in an attempt to sway their lack of understanding but keep your powder dry for the long term. A further Socialist win by default would be the end of a great country.

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        Anonymous says:

        and another sign up to this time, a political EU treaty by dave and george, would also lead to the end of our country too and domination by the arch enemy – Germany! You know the ones where they promise you faithfully just before an election that they will never sing up to yet another EU federalist treaty, then they do.

        I guess you can go on believing their spin and lies but that makes you more of a fool than I thought you were! We aren’t in the Euro but by God we are now paying for it; and with BORROWED MONEY TOO!

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          illogical says:

          Unfortunately, the first paragraph is incomprehensible so I found it impossible to reply to your rant.
          Maybe another time – if you can try to maintain your equilibrium .

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    illogical or not says:

    Nothing like starting the day reading the newspapers online to generate a dislike of all things in the newsl to vent one’s spleen. Distortion makes the world go round.
    Daily Mail- Parents are to blame if children watch porn. Chicken and the egg question again
    Telegraph. Secret life of supergrass. [And my lawnmowers in for repair}
    Independant- Home secretary to face grilling… Another f*cking cooking program.
    Guardian- Microchips for dogs. Peanuts for cats?
    Order-Order. Dorries should defect. Cameron already defective.
    Where is the real news?

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    Ed Millipede Support Committee says:

    She can defect to me any day

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    That is a bit of a bomb from HSBC.

    Beautifully constructed and well thrown.

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    mraemiller says:

    “If a sustained bitter campaign of bile was unleashed in a similar way from the right on a female Labour MP, the kickback would be very different.”

    I think if any Labour MP was to speak about our glorious leader in these terms the NEC would find a way to quietly delete them

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    MandyPickleSniffer says:

    I spent ages studying, did well at school, got a good but low-paying job, worked my arse off to get up the ladder and eventually got a really high-pay job, paid taxes for 25 years, saved money, never got into debt, hardly ever used the NHS or state schools despite paying into the system for decades, gave money to charity regularly, help my kids with their school work, do the washing up ocassionally…..and yet, for the life of me I couldn’t tell you what a fucking pint of milk costs.

    So what’s your point?

    Is there some unwritten rule that the only way you can be a good leader is to come from a desperately poor family and be completely up to speed with every nuance and subtlety of coupon-clipping & 2 for 1 deals & knowing what Asda or Tesco charges for an 8-pack of bog roll made from recycled sandpaper??

    Why does some guy getting mugged or killed abroad have to be refered to as “Harrovian diplomat” or “Old Etonian gets killed”? Why is it never “Lewisham polytechnic businessman is murdered” or “Ernesford Grange Community School dropout gets run over”? The fucking obsession with bashing the upper classes is astounding.

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    lastofthesummervintage says:

    She wont jump ship to UKIP as she is a professional politician and professional politicians look after number one.
    She’s just pissed that Cameron had a swipe at her and made her look stupid in the house. but a woman scorned and that.
    The real truth is now that UKIP’s policies represent the true feelings of the true conservative party

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    tory boys never grow up says:

    I couldn’t help smiling at Mad Nad’s comments yesterday given that she used to make me post my comments on her blog under another handle, back in the days when she blogged and accepted comments.

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