June 19th, 2012

Councillor Quits After Doing a Gordon

A Lincolnshire councillor has been forced to quit after drawing criticism for her low attendance.

Sara Cliff attended just 19 meetings from a possible 52, a strike rate far more impressive than many sitting MPs.

Are you watching Gordon…

Via @OnTablets

42 Comments

  1. 1
    People says:

    Take the hint Gordon .

    • 3
      Owain Glyndwr says:

      Gordon cannot attend the HoC because of the public safety problems met say, getting mobbed by hundreds of screaming women and young girls.

    • 13
      Gordon Brown, spotting a line of trolleys at CurrrrrCudeeee Asylum for Idiots and Moral Defectives says:

      This afternoon I will re-enact trooping my colour!

      I saw it on TV.

      I’m King of the World you know!

  2. 2
    Rage Against the Politcal Elite says:

    If the Political Class stayed at home and didnt F-ck with us then I am sure the World would be a better happier place.
    The Fraudster Elite have ruined everything, instead of just laying out a framework so that the people can rub along. They have subjected us too a social science experiment that didnt work and is killing the social structures of the past. Can you imagine if we could wind the clock back 60 years from a social perspective with all of the technology. WOW what a world. Not the Crime ridden Immigration, Fragmented Police State that has been created for the benefit of the ELITE

  3. 4
    Gordon Brown says:

    As I am omnipresent I do not need to attend in the flesh. I see all

  4. 5
    Sea Cliff says:

    Well I woz bizzy innit – n’ that! no owt oi meen? like?

  5. 7
    mark wouters. says:

    hello,
    The tories are the C.I.As sex slaves,and not only that but they are in a “Houdinis underpants” type of position in economic terms,ie they can get in but they cannot get out of them!(in political terms ,and in other terms in the case of William Hague)

  6. 8
    Lord Leveson says:
    • 10
      nellnewman says:

      I guess one could comment, ‘Please do quit. It will save us the taxpayer a great deal of money and prevent us from being bored silly by anymore of this worthless inquiry’

      • 17
        Dobbie says:

        Guido’s being blamed.

        • 30
          nellnewman says:

          wow if guido could bring the circus that is leveson to a permanent halt that would be a great feather in his cap!

          • Marmite says:

            Tell you what nell, most of the z-list celebs were queueing up to appe*r at Leveson in order to prop up their flagging careers. Poor hard done luvvies they were too!

            As for giving evidence under oath, BLiar and McDoom must be of another religion – Kardashian perhaps.

    • 20
      Zoro says:

      Was it Dave’s plan all along to give these lefties enough rope that they would eventualy choke themseleves?

      • 34
        Geoff, England (not Britain or 'United' KIngdom) says:

        Cameron’s not that smart or devious. Or is he clever to a degree that is simply beyond the comprehension of all 60-odd million of us in this kingdom? Nah, don’t be daft.

  7. 9
    nellnewman says:

    Aung San Suu Kyi is due to address the HoC on Thursday. You can bet gordon will stir himself to attend then in the hope of a photo op with this high profile person.

    Somebody needs to lock the door to the HoC kitchens to stop him chasing her through there as she tries to avoid him.

    • 11
      Gordon McMad says:

      Aung San Suu Ky goes out more than I do.

    • 19
      annette curton says:

      Best let auld acquaintance be forgot for the sake of Aung Suu Kyi.

    • 27
      Gawd Help Us says:

      Has anyone warned that poor woman what to expect? It might be a tad unnerving meeting some of those characters.

    • 31
      Betrand Russell says:

      Gordoom will have his best ever ‘jobbie’ in hand to show her!

  8. 12
    Nom Dom Nom says:

    Gordon Brown – The gift that just keeps giving

  9. 13
    Gordon Brown says:

    ThEre iS no nEED For mE To go tO tHe houSe oF comMonS aS I caN sAve tHe wORLd frOm mY nUrserY

  10. 15
    Loungelizard says:

    A point well made. Just another example of why the electorate will continue to hold MP’s in contempt.

  11. 16
    Quisling says:

  12. 18
    David Miliband says:

    Well, that’s on a par with MY attendance (a little bit over a third of the time). I have no problem with that!
    (On the other hand, in my case, it’s a lot like Fredo in Godfather II– I have to call a day in advance, so Ed can arrange not to have to see me, you know how that goes; he’s gotta be there a lot, being Leader ‘n’ all…)

    • 24
      annette curton says:

      Don’t blame you for not bothering to turn up at the stadium of shite any more (and I don’t mean Sunderland FC).

  13. 22
    Steve Miliband says:

    Gordon Brown – the man that brought us Jedward

  14. 25
    Gordon Brown says:

    With the power of my brain I shall move The HoC to Kilkardy.

  15. 28
    Time 2 CTRL, ALT & DEL says:

    its is a shame that he turned up at all – ever – just think were we would have been with out the genius who is GB

  16. 29
    Dick the Butcher says:

    Another spring has passed without me hearing the hideous purring of Turtle Doves. Twenty years ago, these savage creatures were not uncommon on my manor but now, thanks in great part to those brave Europeans, particularly the French and Italians, who put themselves in great danger, armed only with shotguns, to hunt down these vile vermin.
    Our thanks go to the Euro authorities for not enforcing silly laws about ‘protected species’.

  17. 32
    Nick Unitt says:

    Gordon is a moron

  18. 33
    Tristram Smallbore-ffipps says:

    Here in Surrey we pray for our councillors to miss meetings – it is the only chance of getting sensible decisions.

  19. 36
    Geoff, England (not Britain or 'United' KIngdom) says:

    Guido, please compare these two questions.

    A) Are you watching Gordon…?

    B) Are you watching, Gordon…?

    To answer the first, you must be joking. I have more interesting, pleasant and important things to do.

    As for the second, he’s probably too arrogant to pay attention.

    Now, do you see the error at the top of the page?


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