September 6th, 2012

Vince and Ed’s Text Love In

Ed admitted after his speech today that he is in text contact with Vince Cable.

Balls was making overtures to Vince in the Indy today as well.

It’s as if there is a theme developing here…


58 Comments

  1. 1
    Kebab Time says:

    Will this be handled like the KP affair? texting the oppo?

  2. 2
    Plato says:

    Vince swings both ways?

  3. 3
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Have a look at Ed’s gestures, seems to be giving the finger when he mentioned his father’s ideas. c. 32 mins.

    Master class in gurning, grinning from a master debater.

  4. 4
    Old Blue Eyes says:

    They’re welcome to each other.

  5. 5
    Penfold says:

    Well, Vince did belong to the Moderate Marxists whilst seeking office in Glasgow, but he had nothing to do with those pesky Socialist Revolutionaries or Trots.

    Ye gods how does such a man end up in a Tory Coalition? indeed and dwell in “leafy Twickenham”.

  6. 8
    SP4BS says:

    nices ties.

    It’s as if there is a shite theme developing here…

  7. 11
    annette curton says:

    Luv ‘u Lots xxx

  8. 12
    Steve Miliband says:

    Enough to make Strauss resign

  9. 13
    Steve Miliband says:

    Was Junior sent to listen to the drivel in the hope of a question?

  10. 14
    Sir Trumpton Oldtwat says:

    Both are backstabbing treacherous b’stards, they look good together.

  11. 16
    I don't need no doctor says:

    This is an outright admission that Miliband cannot win the next election off his own back. Pathetic!

    • 23
      jgm2 says:

      Perhaps he’s looking for a new shadow chancellor.

      More likely though Vince is just feeding information to the bedwetters so that they can either pre-empt any good ideas and present them as their own or concoct a load of shit to to pour on any ideas they don’t like. Such as living within our means.

  12. 18
    Calamity Clegg says:

    Fucking hell ! They both deserve each other !

    • 42
      feel good... says:

      .
      .
      is love in the air?
      Michael Gove and David Laws.
      Hopefully they are made for each other.

    • 54
      Anonymous says:

      They do indeed deserve each other,but why the hell do we,the general public,have to have both or either of them inflicted on us?

  13. 20
    JH says:

    The picture brings back pleasant memories of sanctimonious lefties having their asses handed to them in the voting referendum.

    You think they’d begin to understand that they are not nearly as popular as they would believe.

    But, no.

  14. 22
    Raving Loon says:

    He’s basically Labour anyway. How a communist like Cable became the (Anti) Business secretary beggars belief!

  15. 24
    David Cameron says:

    LOL!

  16. 25
    Ken Clarke says:

    DILLIGAF…again

  17. 27
    David Miliband says:

    Watch out…the one on the left is a backstabber!

  18. 28
    MB. says:

    Is text message traffic to and from Ministers subject to FOIA requests?

  19. 29
    BSkyB says:

    Ed suffers from bad reception, so switches to Cable.

    • 33
      UKIP.i.am.awake says:

      Not content with cocking up the economy once, amateur economists like Balls want to do it all over again. There is something sadly amiss with the theory of evolution that has allowed this breed of pillocks to survive.

      The reckless experiment being conducted in France by Hollande is already reaping expected results. Unemployment has already risen to 10.2%, the highest in 13 years.

  20. 31
    anonymous says:

    just seen michael fallon on tv – what a c’unt – talks about relaxing the planning laws – for nobody’s benefit except rich speculator builders and tories

    just how many c’unts are there in the conservative party – too many, far too many me thinks – actually i’m wrong – all of them are c’unts, unmitigated freeloading self entitled arsewiping Hunts

    • 41
      UKIP.i.am.awake says:

      Labour manifesto for the next general election

      We don’t want anyone building new houses as that may help improve the economy. So we will make planning more cumbersome.
      We will not reduce taxes on the wealth and job creators as that may help improve the economy.
      We will not cut public spending and reform the public sector as that may help improve the economy.
      We will spend more and borrow more and get into more debt to make sure the economy only improves for the very short period that that extra spending does any good at all.
      We will increase bureaucracy and red tape to make sure businesses struggle.
      We will do what we can to drive all the wealth and job creators out of the country by any means possible to make sure the economy never improves.

    • 52

      Ath oppothed to me – ‘coth I’m Onan the Wibwawian, king of the Twots!!

      Thankth Nonny – there’ll be a cuthterd cweem with you coffee later, and I’ve asked mithter Ballth to stop refewing to you as “that pathetic little c.unt”!

  21. 32
    Gonk says:

    ‘ Vince ‘ ‘ Vi-n-ce’ Not a very woody sort of name, is it ?
    Sort of tinny, unlike John, or Roger. Still, will have to do I suppose.

  22. 35
    Niall Horan from 1D says:

    What a shower of c.u.n.ts!

  23. 36
    What a Camoron says:

    And yet he’s still in the cabinet. Spineless Dave.

  24. 43
    Anonymous says:

    Is Miliband holding out a future Lab-Lib coalition hook to Cable? Cable becomes chancellor and Miliband escapes Blair/Brown nightmare by kicking both Balls away?

  25. 45
    Privatise the BBC says:

    I’m quite happy with the thought of Ed Balls and cable – all I see is a tall lamp post.

  26. 47
    Rt Hon J. Vincent Cable MP says:

    And this is what I tell the little bugger when he does text me:
    http://images.addoway.com/items/1002/1250421/1002_1_9c7f60.jpg

  27. 49
    S N P Hunt says:

  28. 50
    Red or yellow it makes no difference says:

    Cable is a tax ‘n spend socialist who thinks he is an economics genius who alone can rescue the British economy. Sound like anyone else we know? Now that Gordon’s gone, Milliband and Balls need a similar father-figure to replace him.

  29. 56
    ToonBob... says:

    Leaking by Vince ? Aaaaaah bless, time to change ‘is pad !

  30. 57
    the savant says:

    Bookies quoting 1 to 5 on cousin vinny crossing the floor to Old Labia Land before next election .

  31. 58
    just saying says:

    Kevin Pieterson was dropped from the team after it was revealed he’d been consorting with the enemy….


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