January 8th, 2013

Quote of the Day

IDS hits the nail on the head as Alec Shelbrooke asks him when Labour started bribing the electorate:

 “It comes in their DNA.”


9 Comments

  1. 1
    Fatty Prescott says:

    Trough trough trough no it doesn’t trough trough just give me one more wafer thin cheque of public money to squander

    • 3
      Haribo Halfwit says:

      ‘Treating’ (ie bribing) the electorate used to be an offence. Is it another of those burdensome olde worlde traditions that St Tony of Blair magicked out of existence whilst we were otherwise occupied?

  2. 2
    Jay says:

    Ian Devil Smith aka the god fearing bible basher – killing off the disabled – don’t think that snake can throw any stones. By rights he should spontaneously combust as soon as he sets foot in a church.

  3. 7
    Terrible But True says:

    ”It comes in their DNA.”

    Seems that there may have been some splicing and cloning going on.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/theeditors/2010/09/impartiality_is_in_our_genes.html

    Any other similarities are entirely coincidental.

    I blame Tom Watson and Michael Crick.

    Have to chuckle at this, all things considered…

    “Anyone who thinks differently doesn’t really understand how the organisation works and how seriously we take issues around balance and impartiality.”

    Comments didn’t go well, until they got closed. That seems to happen a lot around our fearless holder of (some) powers to account, no she’s sidestepped seamlessly back in after the Christmas ‘break’.


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