October 17th, 2012

Mitchell: Party ‘Threw Me Under a Bus’ and ‘Peed on’ Me

Outraged Grimsby MP Austin Mitchell is not very happy about how his party has treated him. Last night he took to Twitter to suggest that he had been thrown under a bus and then the party ‘peed on’ the body:

You didn’t think the headline was about someone else?


18 Comments

  1. 1
    Concerned of Westminster says:

    Where’s Sally Bercow gone?

  2. 2
    Ex-Tory says:

    Mitchell should go, not least for his promotion of Overseas Aid, but no one should be surprised at the stupidity of some of our Police:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/9614225/Policeman-mistakes-blind-mans-stick-for-Samurai-sword.html

    • 5
      Pawn Sandwich says:

      Tasers should be tested on a regular basis. It is easier with the blind as they can not see it coming.

    • 10
      UKIP.i.am says:

      You have to wonder at how low the HoC can get when all it wants to discuss is what some MP said to a policeman when it has finally been discovered, despite all the BBC cover-ups for 40 years, that hundreds of children have been abused while under the protection and responsibility of the BBC and no comment is made about it at PMQs.

  3. 4
  4. 6
    Cwis Bwyant says:

    I wouldn’t piss in Austin Mitchell’s mouth if his brain was on fire.

  5. 7
    Will Notstop says:

    At the very least you should post a link to his blog.

  6. 11
    curtons says:

    Getting more and more difficult to determine the difference between hyperbole and reality these days.

  7. 12
    Humber Ted says:

    Guido I do realise that you are a bog trotter living in a foreign city in the South East of England but even an Afghanistan Taliban poppy farmer could thell you that Grimsby is not in the Midlands.

  8. 13
    Grant Mitchell says:

    First Andrew Mitchell, now Austin Mitchell. If I were a paranoid man, guv, I’d fink you ‘ad a bloody obsession wiff people named “Mitchell.” You’ll ‘ave your own “Vendetta,” Mr Fawkes, if you keep it up!


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What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?


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