January 8th, 2013

Quote of the Day

Liam Byrne told the LSE in January 2012:

“Labour is the party of hard workers not free-riders. The clue is in the name. We are the Labour party. The party that said that idleness is an evil. The party of workers, not shirkers”


14 Comments

  1. 1
    Blowing Whistles says:

    The commies are a dying breed like the ohmos.

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    • 4
      Olly plimsoles says:

      But what about AAIIIIDDS!

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        SpAd says:

        “Picture the scene – you arrive home early to find your wife Linda in bed with another man. Only it’s not actually a man. It’s a big fat lezza smoking MY pipe and wearing MY slippers.”

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  2. 2
    Blowing Whistles says:

    And the stablishment can stand back and grandly state that this specimen Byrne – is one of the UK’s foremost political representatives … well F me gently if I don’t laugh at the laughing stock that is The House of Commons!

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  3. 3
    ed martin says:

    is this the same as the withdrawal-of-labour party?

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  4. 5
    Ramsey McDonald says:

    We’ve always been lying sell out bastards. Vote for us and we will pay you handsomely to sit at home and watch Jeremy Kyle. Get a job and we disown you. Only Tory scum work

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  5. 6
    Bolshevik Broadcasting Corpse says:

    Labour are the party of public sector employees — few of whom actually do any real work.

    They’ve no interest in the honest working man at all. All of their polices have hurt the workers.

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    • 14
      SpAd says:

      As far as the Labour Party is concerned, anyone working in the private sector is little more than a walking bag of tax revenue.

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  6. 7
    Glyn H says:

    Labour is the creature of organised Labour; that seeks to injure in any way it can the hand that feeds it. Has anything changed? I don’t recall many conservative voters leading strikes. Socialism is like religion. Pernicious. A mother jailed this week for killing her son for not reciting the Koran well enough. What lovely people.

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  7. 8
    Bugler Bert says:

    Liam Byrne obviously does not know his arse from his elbow; Let him be reminded of the last time Liebour tried to hammer the rich – they upped sticks and left, PAYING NO TAX AT ALL……… duh

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  8. 9
    Liam Byrne says:

    Yeah but that was a different day. In Labour we mean different things to different people on different days. I’ll leave a note about it in my drawer. Right, I’m off for a haircut now.

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  9. 10
    Chris Patten says:

    Perhaps they might advise the Virgin store workers in Paris indignantly complaining they they were closing saying ‘ We were on strike last week to save these jobs’ rather missing the cause and effect of this type of thing!

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  10. 12
    Viv Dean says:

    We should all re-read ‘Animal Farm’ and re-cast it with the past & present Labour front bench. ‘Milk and apples, comrades’? How much are we paying Gordon Brown NOT to attend the House while he earns a fortune on the international circuit? How much is Tony Bliar’s property portfolio worth? What is Ed & Justine’s joint income? How much do Yvonne & Ed claim in expenses?

    And Labour have the cheek to cast the Tories as ‘out of touch with the ordinary working man’!

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