August 13th, 2012

The Terminator: Rise of Boris


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  1. 1
    MO says:

    Go BoJo Go

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      Sally admits Militwit is useless says:

      “Labour needs Dave to stay, no?”

      Correct, because (as Sally admits) with Militwit and his union bosses in charge of Labour, Cameron is Labour’s only hope of ‘winning’ the next election.

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      Enemy of the State says:

      So you are a commie then, Sal?

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    Jimmy. says:

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    anon says:

    Cameron off to Spain for holiday

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/party-leaders-head-off-on-holidays-8037880.html

    DONT FUCKING COME BACK YOU BASTARD

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      David Camoron (one-term PM) says:

      By Jove! We’ve jolly well given the EU (and its previous forms) a trillion pounds or so since 1973, and yet the recipients of our money are still bust? Crikey, that’s not on, is it, chums?

      I’d better bally-well give them even more of your money. I’ll close a couple of cancer wards to pay for it, what what?

      Toodle pip!

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    Andrew Efiong says:

    Boris gets stuck on a zipwire and it’s triumph.

    If Cameron was on there he’d get mocked. If Clegg was stuck nobody would notice.

    If Ed Miliband was stuck everyone would hope a thunderstorm appeared and struck the steel chord.

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      I hate traitors says:

      “If Cameron was on there he’d get mocked.”

      Not if he got the cord caught around his neck, and his head turned puce and his eyes exploded as he thrashed around in vain to free himself.

      Then he’d be cheered, heartily.

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    Labour Wimin join in the Borismania says:

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    tory boys never grow up says:

    10,000 school playing fields sold off by the Tories between 1979 and 1997, one measly Gold in the 1996 Olympics, Gove cuts £160m from the Schools Sports Partnership, lots of Tories opposing the Olympics bid when it was being made. But yet we have Johnson and Cameron trying to jump on the Olympics bandwagon and claim credit – even by Tory standards this is stinking hypocrisy of the first order. Anyone who thinks that Johnson has any organisational skills whatsoever is living in a dream world – the only redeeming difference from Cameron is that he at least realises that this is the case and so doesn’t interfere.

    If there are any politicians who deserve a smidgeon of credit for the Olympics they are Tony Blair and Tessa Jowell – but even that is pretty minimal compared with the athletes, organisers and volunteers.

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      East India Company Wallah says:

      What is your rank in the communist/labour/beckham/spice girl/ BBC party?

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        Tristram Smallbore-ffipps says:

        I imagine his rank is equivalent to yours in the Buggers Nutters and Perverts/Dick Sniffin Appreciation Society.

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      UKIP.i.am.legend says:

      It was John Major who started the National Lottery which was responsible for most of our gold medals. The state has closed thousands of school playing fields and yet we came 3rd in the gold medal list of all countries even beating Russia. The England football team is rated 3rd in the world by FIFA. We have the best golfers in the world and were recently rated number one at cricket. Clearly closing state playing fields has done no harm. Let us close all state schools, find a better way (which shouldn’t be hard) and watch as our education system rises above the mediocrity it now finds itself in the world tables.

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      Blowing Whistles says:

      If there ever was one man who ought to be hung for his part in the deaths of 100’s of British Soldiers and hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians around the world – then the gold medal for that goes to the international war criminal Anthony Lynton Blair.

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    John Bellingham says:

    Boris has two unusual characteristics for a politician–he has a personality and a sense of humour. There are very few around, Alan Johnson and Lembik have one–but they are thickos. David Davis is a nice man, but hasn’t had a bit-on-the-side for years. No one in the Labour Party has had a good joke since the Iraq war or the East African Groundnut scheme. Young Tories have the same pompous self-seriousness as community support officers and car-park attendants. We NEED Boris. In a world of outrageous nutters we need a nutter that can tell a dirty joke.

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      Anonymous says:

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      Boris entertains….but can he be taken seriously?
      but then others sound serious but are jokers,.
      hmmm,…decisions, decisions. ha.

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        The Duke of Croydon says:

        I damn sure all of us could take BoJo more seriously than Mr G Brown.

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          Pickled Wizard says:

          I would take someone with behavioural problems, dressed in a clown suit, juggling dog turds more seriously than g mc broon

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        Tristram Smallbore-ffipps says:

        Just think of him as Silvio Strauss-Johnson. I find it clarifies the thinking.

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    Enemy of the State says:

    Is he still for homo “marriage”? If so he’s in the Illuminati.

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    Blowing Whistles says:

    The lid on the can of worms that is South Wales Police was prized open a little further tonight on Panorama.

    Ref – The ‘collapse of the £30m pound trial against 8 ex SW coppers – over the Original fitting up of many innocents in the Lynette White Murder how convenient was that collapse – and where is Kier Starmer on the matter – is he still looking at it?

    And then as true to form as can ever be seen – up pops Vaz – whining on about a government inquiry into the matter! – That’ll ‘Kick the issue into the long grass’ yet again …

    How convenient is it that Government after Government (never mind their colour) keep protecting the bad boy cops?

    And then there’s the still ‘unresolved murder’ of Daniel Morgan [An axe in the back of his head]

    South Wales Police and their friends – certainly do have a lot of owning up to do.

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      Tristram Smallbore-ffipps says:

      They smell a bit like the West Midlands Serious Crime Squad in the 1970s; a case of a police unit named after its primary activity.

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      • 31
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Yes quite so. And look at the moniker used by the Criminal Justice System. Isn’t it just that … Criminal.

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    Arnie was not a good governor for California…

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cynic says:

Can anyone help me? I went on holiday a week ago and returned to find someone has pulled out the stake and Gordon Brown is back and acting as Prime Minister. What did I miss? Has there been a snap election?


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