September 29th, 2012

Saturday Seven Up


37 Comments

  1. 1
    Couldn't sleep, huh ? says:
    • 11
      Quiet Bat Person says:

      No sign of Billy. He must have OD’d on Horlicks last night.

    • 13
      Coming to a cinema near you says:

      ” Carry on bankrupting the Country ”

      Starring

      Charles Hawtrey as Ed Milliband
      Kenneth Williams as Chris Bryant
      Terry Scott as Tom Watson
      Sid James as Margaret Curran
      Jack Douglas as Ed Balls
      Hattie Jacques as Harriet Harman
      Joan Sims as Jack Dromey
      Jim Dale as Yvette Cooper
      Bernard Breslaw as Rachel Reeves
      Lesley Philips as Chuka Umunna

  2. 2
    David Cameron (Leader of the Nasty Party) says:

    I would like to wish the European golfers the very best of luck in the Ryder Cup.

  3. 3
    peepo says:

    Cameron is a left wing troll

  4. 4
    Dave "Butch" Cameron says:

    I repeat yet again that I have benefited from the cut in the top rate of tax.

    Make no mistake I am a Tory of the nastiest sort and only think of myself. and the plebs can get stuffed.

    • 20
      Really? says:

      If only Cameron was a Tory, the drip is a useless wet, fabian blanket, who’s policies are indistinguishable from the former occupiers of number 10 Looting Street.

  5. 5

    Don’t believe those who say all politicians are the same, because our decisions will be different. Ed Miliband (via the BBC)

    Can’t argue with that. Brown’s decisions were very different from 1997. Look where it got us.

    • 7
      jgm2 says:

      For Miliband to make a ‘different decision’ he’d have to make a decision.

      I can’t see that happening.

    • 10
      I hate Parliament so much it hurts says:

      “Don’t believe those who say all politicians are the same”

      Is he calling me a liar? Is the f*cking little brainless prick calling me a liar?

      What a c**t. And so’s the 16 year old who writes all his soundbites.

    • 16
      Labourunionsbbc we are one says:

      According to the bbc this morning “The Tory party are utterly desperate”!

  6. 6
    Anyone else got Sky narrowband ? says:
  7. 8

    The new week starts with much hope
    With more politicos failing to cope,
    But we would be over the moon
    At the thought of Chris Huhne
    Bending over to pick up the soap.

  8. 9
    Quiet Bat Person says:

    At least one Journo turned up for Gordon Brown’s Press Conference. That’s a better attendance than Brown’s in Parliament.

  9. 12
    Anyone else got Sky narrowband ? says:

    The used-to-be-the-Torygraph reckons the energy companies are about to turn up the heat :
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/energy/9575477/Families-face-sharp-rise-in-winter-energy-bills.html

  10. 14

    All praise to Guido for pursuing the Scilly Islands political fiasco but what about council corruption at Scuпthorpe?

    • 17
      jgm2 says:

      We expect better things from southern constituencies. Northern constituencies are expected to be filled with Labour crooks and gangsters. It’s a ‘dog bites man’ story.

    • 18
      smoggie says:

      What about naming a council which isn’t corrupt? Could be one for Silent Bob that.

      • 19
        As Silent Bob's solicitor I advise him to tell all says:
        • 22
          Orwell says:

          All councils are corrupt, but some are more corrupt than others.

          • Acton Man says:

            Which is consistent with Cameron wanting to give more power to the shires as part of his BigSoc scheme. Troughers – all in it together.

      • 30
        Fog says:

        Unfortunately it seems corruption (or gross stupidity?) abounds in town, district and county councils in the south, where the decisions, disregarding the wishes of the towns and parishes, are made at district level. Short-termism, for example selling off well-used leisure land to property developers for housing, with legal minimum public consultation, hoping no-one will notice. Most politicians, national, county, district, town and parish, appe ar to be self-serving, with a few genuine players.

  11. 21
    Louise Mensch says:

    CORBY! CORBY! CORBY! CORBY! CORBY! CORBY! CORBY! CORBY! CORBY! CORBY!

    CORBY! CORBY! CORBY! CORBY! CORBY! CORBY! CORBY! CORBY! CORBY! CORBY!

  12. 23
    DoorMouse Dave the E U Lackey says:

    And just to keep the Conservative right off my back at conference , i’ll “Hint” at an E U referendum , but only After the next election !
    By which time i will be firmly installed at the top table in Brussels and will have left that bankrupt shit hole to the Plebs

    Toodle pip

  13. 28
    UKIP.i.am.awake says:

    And so another European day stumbles out of bed and throws up in the toilet. The Euro shambles remains as unresolved as it was three years ago. The unelected, unaccountable EU shysters drop their pants and shite on the continent.

    Now if only we could get Barroso or Rumpoy to say something like ‘British MPs are f***ing plebs’, as they actually think, it might stir the comatose British public to wake up and smell the coffee – but it is unlikely.

    • 34
      David who-gives-a-shit-about-British-history-anyway Cameron says:

      I don’t understand it. How could Europe possibly get preggers from being butt-fucked ?

  14. 36
    Jane Birkin from Paris says:

    A lot of people in Europe think you are out of the EU already .

    With Tony Blair there was a vision . Brown was only around for two minutes. The first minute was spent weighing him up , the second waiting for him to be replaced .

    Cameron is completely friendless and has no allies. Even the Irish do not like him . Most people in Europe cannot even recognise him .

    You have your own currrency and can therefore control your deficits using exchange rates .

    During the last two years you have effectively devalued your currency 25 % and you are still in the brown stuff with record unemployment.

  15. 37
    Blowing Whistles says:

    Two articles of note in the D Mail
    1 [page 8/9] Andrew Pierces – twisted rhetoric piece Re D Laws’ father – Note Pierces final paragph – It’s Pierce giving his ‘perception & view’ – without openly declaring to the readers that he just might have an interest in it all as he too is a homosexual.

    2 [pg 16/17] D Sandbrook reviews D Owens updated book on Hubris. Noteably comparisons are made of bliar to D Lloyd George – both of them Zioloons.

    These subjects have however been covered greatly here on Guidos website recently. Are the press catching up with the public?


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A confused Nick Griffin says Nigel Farage is a shill for the City, forgetting that City banks want to stay in the EU:

“Farage is a snake oil salesman, but a very good one. His supposed anti-immigration stance is all smoke and mirrors, as is his carefully cultivated image as a ‘man of the people’. The truth is that UKIP is a pro-immigration party that exists to lobby for the interests of the City of London.”



Nick Clegg says:

Do you want lies with that?


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