December 10th, 2012

Rich & Mark’s Monday Morning View


121 Comments

  1. 1
    Xmas in Cleggoland says:

    Good morning, Boris. You’re looking fine and upright this morn, Mayor.

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    • 17
      Nonsense on stilts says:

      Boris’s performance in india was pathetic. His scheme to bring in more even more bogus Indian students to join the cheap labour market in London is ill thought out nonsense.

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      • 24
        Vera, Vera, what has become of you? says:

        Think recruitement of nurses from there has suddenly nosedived… They’re all heading to Russia now, I have heard.

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        • 40
          Wild bill hick clock says:

          Can I suggest that Boris uses this as his Christmas card!

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          • Vera, Vera, what has become of you? says:

            He no doubt will – he is that sort of fella.

            Have double sausages this morning Boris, with extra sauce,

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        • 111
          Bring back compassionate nurses says:

          Perhaps these nurses are put off coming to UK by what a number of NHS consultants suggest is our introduction of euthanasia by stealth, via abuse of the Liverpool Care Pathway? Though the courts are beginning to challenge the premature dispatch of patients. Euthanasia is illegal here.

          “Judge Justice Jackson [Court Of Protection] overruled doctors yesterday saying they had undervalued the limited quality of life David James, 68, could still enjoy”

          Mr James’ family stated he enjoys time with family and grandchildren, reading the newspaper and a sense of humour. …. The judge said that “while Mr James’s position was ‘grim’, the proposed treatment was not ‘futile or overly burdensome’ – as doctors claimed”

          ” ‘Recovery does not mean a return to full health, but the resumption of a quality of life that David James would regard as worthwhile,’ he said. To insist otherwise ‘set the standard unduly high’. ”

          http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2244263/A-life-worth-living-Judge-backs-wife-fight-husband-alive-hospital-tried-withhold-treatment.html#ixzz2Ee9xL6Wo

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    • 113
      Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

      Well said Boris. Me too. Boaz.

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  2. 2
    Moussa Koussa's pet meerkat says:

    Five out of ten. Must try harder.

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    • 9
      I think I'm right says:

      Got it. Its a fat Jimmy Saville with two ‘freshers’.

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      • 34
        illogical says:

        You obviously have no feeling for Rich and Marks homosympathy and their abysmal attempts at cartoonery.
        It’s actually Boris and the Eagle brothers though I am unsure about Boris.

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  3. 3
    gramma says:

    Gay marriage v Traditional marriage.
    And the Tory hierarchy think they can legislate for all the Johnsons of this world.

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  4. 4
    Caroline Flint says:

    Legalising perversion.

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    • 13
      Anonymous says:

      I don’t see what it’s got to do with anyone, what consenting adults get up to in private. Those morons who preach at others how they should lead their lives are the real handwringing dogooders and should eff the eff out of other people’s lives. Same tw ats who tell other women they are being “exploited” when they charge for humping.

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      • 20
        Lightbulb says:

        What consenting adults do in private, is, as you say, their business. In private. But once legislation is considered to enable private people to insist on others approving of their behaviours and relationships and demanding special state recognition for it across all manner of aspects of life it becomes a public matter and the public is entitled to express a view.

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        • 49
          Anonymous says:

          Well if you don’t approve, don’t go to their effing wedding then.
          I am hetero and no interfering fkcu can tell me not to go to a gay wedding. In fact a lot of these very whiners are the real pervs. Whining about other people’s weddings just highlights the chips on their own pathetic shoulders.

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          • A bus says:

            In the case of personal friends, I can, of course, attend a civil ceremony even now. I am reluctant to attend the farce of a pseudo-religious event.

            I am far more concerned though by the demands ‘gay couples’ feel free to make on the state and the public, but without apparently accepting all the responsibilities which currently go with marriage.

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          • Anonymous says:

            @Lightbulb:
            BS! They accept/shirk their responsibilities no differently to heteros.
            I agree religious ceremonies are a load of sky-pixie bunkum though but I don’t ask for the deluded to stop parcticising their offfensively crackpot beliefs.

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          • blackmailed bumboy 8illyhague says:

            Will no one think of Israel and its need to wipe Syria, Lebanon, the Sinai, Egypt, Libya, Yemen, Iraq, Palestine, Gaza, any fucking country the psycho untermenschs want, including all the major European capitals, targetted with nuclear warheads, off the fucking map?

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          • mother Russia says:

            Tatchell, er, Anonymous, come to Russia, we show you bum bandits good time. We warm our cold fists and boots on your face.

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          • Bloody hell, Anonymous #13< – I couldn't agree more. Well said. Some bloody sense has returned to Guido at last.

            And if anyone brings up the crap about "sex is only right if it can produce offspring" had better give up all of the other fun hetero stuff, then, that has no chance of producing offspring.

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      • 61
        Anonymous says:

        What consenting adults do in private is up to them as long as it is within the law. Is suicide by demanding to be murdered in private legal? Are all drugs legal when used between consenting adults in private?

        The key is, the government of this country draws the arbitrary line where it wants.

        Do we have marriages of 3 people? Why not? It seems that it is a widely accepted practice to have multi-people arrangements. Why not make it legal and allow people to have the family unit they desire. It seems totally wrong that someone argues for freedom for all, by changing well established ways for a certain minority, but then precludes others by not actually giving freedom to all.

        The failure is that people vote for these parties without taking responsibility for the outcome. Voting is a compromise.

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  5. 6
    Trinny says:

    The only character I recognise is the playboy bunny

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  6. 7
    I could draw better than that says:

    So is that the fat kid from Two And A Half Men? I’m confused.

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  7. 8
    Nonsense on stilts says:

    There is no such thing as a ‘gay marriage’. There never will be such a thing as a ‘gay marriage’.

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    • 15
      Anonymous says:

      Says who? WTF has it got to do with you anyway?

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      • 21
        The Public says:

        Marriage is between an man and a woman. Get over it.

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        The Public says:

        The advocates of this idea are lying if they think that it has nothing to do with the rest of society. The ‘gay marriage’ lobby will go on to ask for all the tax breaks, to sue hotels and other private citizens which fail to cater to their whims etc etc, but of course, will not accept reduced welfare payments being made to gay couples, or the rules being applied to them to ensure that their partners’ wealth and incomes are taken into account when they ask for hand-outs from the state.

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        • 96

          It’s not a whim, you wombat! It happens to be the way they are wired, ffs. You are most likely conceived as a female, and then become male through your mother’s hormonal mix – male is NOT the default setting. Therefore it is hardly surprising that some are born with their sexual preferences out of kilter with their gender.

          And your objection is tax breaks?! Perhaps we should stop helping poor and underprivileged children in the UK, because they shouldn’t be born into families that can’t care for them?

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          • Anonymous says:

            I currently don’t have a view on the pros and cons of this (but as the Bet Victor ad would have it “Butter me up”) However I have got to correct your science.
            “You are most likely conceived as a female, and then become male through your mother’s hormonal mix – male is NOT the default setting” Is not quite right Mars.
            Chromosomes come in pairs, Mummies have two X chromosomes, Daddies have an X and a Y. When one of Mummie’s eggs is fertilised by one of daddie’s sperms they each bring one of what becomes the pair of chromosomes. Mummy always provides an X but daddy can provide an X or a Y. If Daddy provides an X you get a girl, if daddy provides a Y you get a boy. Gender has everything to do with conception.

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  8. 10
    Grumpy Old Man says:

    Once more R&M transcend the bounds of childish simplicity.

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  9. 11
    restore the monasteries says:

    I have to tolerate the EU,i had to tolerate 13 yrs of our country being
    mismanaged,tolerated mass immigration,tolerated the rise and spread of Islam,tolerated the(in my opinion) ridiculous human rights,tolerated civil partnerships ,and,now, i shall tolerate same sex marriage.Welcome to a land of
    tolerance,and quiet,seething resentment at our elites and laws.

    VOX POPULI……..forget it and tolerate what you are told,democracy in action.!!!!! R.I.P. patrick moore

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    • 30
      GCSE Examiner says:

      We have decided to award you an A* for English Language.

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    • 31
      Bluto says:

      As in the Soviet Union and East Germany they can dictate what you can say or write, they can monitor you and coerce you into groupthink in public, they can punish you for transgressive expression but they can’t change what you believe in your own mind.

      People can think freely and they should be able to express those thoughts freely too, however many leftist Borg idiots feel “offended” or “outraged” by them.

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  10. 12
    Sweeney, The says:

    A fat blonde Mick Jagger?

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  11. 16
    Vera, Vera, what has become of you? says:

    Anyone seen Boris’s love child? It’s the split of him,

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1295125/London-mayor-Boris-Johnson-embroiled-paternity-riddle.html

    The dirty sort. Yes there is a female Boris out there!

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  12. 22
    Moussa Koussa's pet meerkat says:

    I believe the girl on the right is Melanie Blatt from All Saints.

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  13. 23
    National Socialist says:

    At least he isn’t in bed with two blokes.

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  14. 25
    Lord Jensen Interceptor says:

    Can someone interested in all that is decent push this c’unt off the top of the Shard.

    The cartoon is inappropriate because he spends his spare time shagging CastIron and BoyGeorge.

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  15. 27
    Le Monde correspondent says:

    Are political leaders in Britain TOTALLY DECADENT AND TOTALLY INCOHERENT?

    Are they all on drugs?

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    • 33
      Howard Marks says:

      Yep, and I supply them.

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        Vera, Vera, what has become of you? says:

        How you doing Mark, if it is you (!). How’s Rhys (Ifans) these days, still stoned? Anyway Howard, I want to earn a million in a couple of weeks, so hows will I go about it, without exclusive sheds?

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    • 46
      Bluto says:

      No they are just immature and full of s**t.

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    • 50
      BloJo with his wimmin says:

      My dear boy

      We are in modern Rome now

      Games and circuses and orgies

      I am a pantomine leader

      It is all great and incoherent fun

      “When in Rome, do as the Romanians do”, I say…

      I was taught all of this classical stuff at Eton of course…Decline and Fall, I mean…

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    • 71
      Anonymous says:

      They are trying to repeat the Blair/Brown promise. Back, before the electorate knew better, the promise was vote for Blair and you will get Brown. It worked as they both had a following and the voters fell for it.

      Now we have Cameron and Boris. Boris pretends that he could be in charge one day and blurts out all the right things for certain kinds of voters. Cameron looks after the other voters. Between them they seem to always stand either side of the fence. Sometimes it seems they forget which side they were standing on last week. So the voter can identify with either, but vote for the same party.

      The actual future will be nothing like either of their promises.

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  16. 35
    Braindead in Number10 says:

    I have been very encouraged by the literally dozens of people who support gay marriage. The next election is ours!

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    • 39
      The Public says:

      You lost the next election the second you decided against an EU referendum you idiot. You have been a dead man walking ever since.

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    • 52
      Disgusted Tory voter says:

      You didn’t even win the last election with an open goal and the Mad Imbecile Brown in front of you

      You will be wiped out at the next one…

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  17. 36
    Vera, Vera, what has become of you? says:

    Been waiting for forty minutes when was right moment to post a bit of Vera, via Pink Floyd, and thought now will do, after your morning starfucks coffee, with chocolate chips, skinney,

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    • 48
      Vera, Vera, what has become of you? says:

      Bugger, might as well post a clip of Hope and Glory with the marvellous well up the scale milf, Sarah Miles,

      By the way, the kraut fella that comes down on the parachute is Charlie Boorman, Ewan McGregor’s mate, the ones that bother the world on their motorised pushbikes. Charlie’s dad directed it. Nepotism? Maybe.

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      • 53
        Vera, Vera, what has become of you? says:

        bugger it part two, might as well post some more of Sarah Miles, since things are starting to boil again, near to us,

        Complain that the union jack is not being flown?!? Wot a bunch of unionist closed minded numbnuts they really are!

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      • 58
        JH34348-0123 says:

        Of course it was nepotism.

        He also cast the spoilt little twunt as the main character in The Emerald Forest. Cue an hour and a half of painfully amateurish child acting.

        Look at his painfully mediocre IMDB entry for a laugh.

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        • 79
          Vera, Vera, what has become of you? says:

          and there was me trying to be polite… : ) He is a shite actor, isn’t he friend, and he was a drama queen on his motorised pushbike around the world with Ewan, wasn’t he? Could complain for Ingurlund he could.

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  18. 37
    I used to puke thinking about homos but now I like them says:

    So I am not going to the party in Oslo today and eating those canapés .

    Instead I am going to stay in London with my bat and my ball and sulk.

    If anyone asks me a question I will say I am working very hard for UK Plc and hope to have landed half a dozen unemployed teenagers with jobs by tonight .

    That will really impress everyone

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  19. 38
    Bluebottle says:

    Does Boris Johnson think he is Mr Ghandi ?

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  20. 44
    STROPPYCOW says:

    I’ve often wondered if the rest of their weeks ‘views’ are for shit too.

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  21. 45
    Vicar of Chipping Norton says:

    Hello Guido

    I am the Vicar of Chipping Norton

    I spend most of my time supporting the Chipping Norton Set before they go to jail

    But I have a problem since my new Archbishop says we must marries gayers now

    How do it work?

    Do I say to the gay man ” Will you take this man to be your married husband”

    Or to the gay woman “Will you take this woman to be your married wife”‘

    Or vice versa?

    Life if difficult enough, as you know, but I am really confused by all of this…

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    • 66
      A Christian says:

      Dear Vicar,

      I am a Christian. I believe that your church is currently a sacred place. Once it has been defiled by one of these ceremonies parliament has deigned to authorise and which you will be too weak-kneed to refuse to conduct when asked, will you be bringing the Bishop to the parish to reconsecrate the church? if not, where will I worship and whose collection plate shall i be making my contributions to in future?

      Yours devoutly and unfashionably,

      A regular parishoner, not just someone wanting a backdrop for my big day before going on to the reception

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      • 81
        An athiest says:

        According to the clergy, God isn’t that impressed with these proposals. It seems the politicians are trying to impose their rules on Him instead of the other way round. As such there is a fair chance that when these couples arrive at church to ask for God’s blessings, He might tell them to piss off.

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        • 87
          Golly says:

          Pass the legislation and then give individual vicars discretion as has been the case relating to marrying divorcees in churches.

          Hollande is going through the same hoops in France.

          The EU are obviously behind this .

          It will all blow over as in the great scheme of things it does not matter a toss.

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      • 91
        Anonymous says:

        Eff off, deluded loon. I have been putting up with your ilk’s crackpottery since I was born.
        Expecting people to believe in your invisible fairies is an offense to their intelligence.
        And you certainly don’t have a monopoly on “marriage” (most of which fail anyway).

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  22. 51
    Anonymous says:

    Another arrest in Operation Yewtree.

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  23. 55
    Pretorian Fireguard says:

    Pathetic

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  24. 56
    Caligula The Fever strikes says:

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  25. 64
    George Gobaway ( ex Libor MP ) says:

    Why didn’t you elect Lee Grasper ? Such a fantastic ‘Respect’ MP…

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  26. 67
    albacore says:

    Naughty Boris, he knows how to tease
    He reckons Dave’s on to a new wheeze
    A referendum on in or out
    Cast iron again, without a doubt

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2245655/David-Cameron-set-offer-EU-referendum-says-London-Mayor-Boris-Johnson.html

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    Any word on who it is? says:

    A man in his 60s has been arrested on suspicion of sexual offences, the Metropolitan Police have said. The man, from London, is being questioned at a south London police station following his arrest at 06.45 GMT. Officers from Operation Yewtree – set up in the wake of the Jimmy Savile scandal – made the arrest.

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  28. 76
    Should have gone to Specsavers says:

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  29. 78
    Mea Culpa says:

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    • 94
      Vera, Vera, what has become of you? says:

      ?

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    • 100
      Anonymous says:

      the radio station claim that they tries to contact the hospital atleast 5 times in order ro seek approval for the broadcast.

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      • 102
        The most Reverend Paxo says:

        croc dundee tears – quite sickly

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      • 103
        The most Reverend Paxo says:

        You could be right there – Cams and Ozzie were doing anything to fill their Brit papers, with help from their hospital admin friends. Already said why has a rich hospital not have trained telephonists on their switchboard 24/7, rather than an indian national trained nurse covering it, who would not know a kraut accent from a taffy one.

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        • 104
          The most Reverend Paxo says:

          Saying that, I have suddenly come into a realisation – it was all an establishment setup, and the indian nurse realised it, and…..

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  30. 82
    Here we go again says:

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-12-10/google-revenues-sheltered-in-no-tax-bermuda-soar-to-10-billion.html

    Bermuda is a British colony

    Its tax should be brought into line with the UK

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  31. 83

    I give up – is it the Dulux dog in a new Christmas advert?

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    Fair Dinkum mate, another schooner barman says:

    Top my gin up, G & G.

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  33. 97
    Anonymous says:

    Johnny Major says we have to accept we live in the 21st century. Only if you accept we live in a democracy and support a referendum on buggerers and muff lickers getting wed. You grey haired hypocritical speccy twat!

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    The most Reverend Paxo says:

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    • 99
      The most Reverend Paxo says:

      AH, that’s better, Guido service restored – above is from Melbourne, though…. non croc dundee… and Sydney… strange name for a city, ey?

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  35. 101
    Widescreen2010 says:

    The one in the middle is Jimmy Saville.

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  36. 112
    its bleak in sunderland says:

    Marriage is an institution between a man and a woman a fact that is recognised worldwide and amongst religion and non believers alike to believe that dosnt me you homophobic or intolerant the intolerance is on the other side of the argument the Gay Mafia now dominate mainstream politics,Woolfenden as a lot to answer for 50 odd years on

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    • 116
      HappyHour says:

      You maywell think marriage is an institution as you describe, but not historically… and I’m afraid not universally…

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  37. 120
    robbie says:

    I’ll be b*gger*d if I’ll agree to gay marriage.

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