January 29th, 2013

Rare Sighting of Gordon at a Vote

Nice of the Prime Mentalist to show up for a vote concerning him keeping his own seat rather than, you know, speaking on the budget or a matter of national security.


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  1. 1
    fruitcake says:

    who is that mystery man? why is he still f**king breathing?

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  2. 2
    Gordon Brown says:

    Get out of my way Greggs is about to close

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  3. 3
    towerofbabble says:

    Yup, he is definitely on the down escalator…

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  4. 4
    A Taxpayer says:

    Is that an escalator the lazy sods in Parliament have been wasting my money on?

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  5. 5

    What a shambles he looks.

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    • 15
      Spank my monkey with incredulity says:

      Looks ????

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    • 24
      Mornington Crescent says:

      He would turn up to a vote like this, wouldn’t he? Just a deeply unpleasant man with no objective other than a narrow, partisan aim of p***ing the other side off. We’ll be paying for his nastiness for years to come.

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    • 43
      Oxfam Lady says:

      I warned him that suit was the wrong size for him, but would he listen?

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    • 70
      Mr Quelch says:

      Look very closely at the picture. Do my beady old eyes deceive me or is his right arm intertwined with the left arm of the person on his right. Yes the one with the hair.
      Now, the question you have to ask yourself is: is it a female personage or someone of the male persuasion who badly needs a haircut. From what I have read about his (Brown’s) alleged proclivities – either is a possibility.

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      • 74

        Sorry to disappoint but upon blowing the picture up, it becomes abundantly clear that his right hand is in his trouser pocket and, probably with a hole worn in it through long practice, no doubt is in direct contact with yet another member.

        It leaves the logic of your second paragraph perfectly intact though.

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  6. 6
    hank the cat says:

    Gordon Brown the thnking mans Dennis Skinner

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    • 29
      Lady bore bag of wind muppet spotter says:

      Lady bore bag of wind muppet

      Why don’t you find a playground to play in you usless cnut.

      Yes you I’m talking to fuckface.

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    • 59
      Wake Up Guido FFS says:

      Oh no, the pretend taffy c unt is back.

      Guido mate, when are you going to get a grip on this and stop embedding SpewTube clips?

      This idiot has shown the way for others who would silence you and it’s a pretty damn effective tactic as it makes the blog unreadable, esp. on mobile devices.

      DO SOMETHING!

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    • 61
      Organ Morgan says:

      You do realise that is NOT in fact Dylan Thomas, don’t you?

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  7. 8
    Jimmy says:

    I’m pretty sure he has taken part in budget debates in the past. Perhaps you missed it.

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    • 11
      Kim Jung-Brown says:

      I know his budgets wrecked our economy certainly, you could’t really miss that.

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      • 17
        Liam Byrne says:

        There’s no money left.

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        • 42
          Gordon the medicated says:

          I have perfected my own cereal.

          A mix of fine Scots oat porridge. Undisclosed items that pass for raisins and a dollop of brass shavings.

          I call them “Golden Gordon’s”

          Golden Gordon’s – the finest, crunchiest, goldenest cereal..Made with a clunking fist and a secret sauce..MMMMmmmm!

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  8. 12
    Casual Observer says:

    It is quite poor show, one thinks, for any photo of the prime mentalist to be displayed without the cross hairs.

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  9. 13
    Richard says:

    Make their pay completely performance related. If they don’t turn up for work they don’t get paid – then they might turn up and do their job!

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    • 33
      Brown's a cnut says:

      They would turn up, but work, that’s another matter entirely

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    • 57
      Ol' Crummy says:

      Confuse ye not “turning up” with productivity. They sit too long for any good they are likely to do, these jugglers, whoremasters, dr*unkards and swindlers! I had much rather they stayed away, than that they should pass well more than half of what few bills they do pass. And that abomination, which is called Brown, is hardly the Prodigal Son, with rejoicing to take place upon his return, and the slaying of the fatted calf to celebrate it!

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    • 68
      Mr Quelch says:

      I’d pay good money to keep them away from Halitosis Hall (pace Dennis Thatcher) – can’t do any harm to us then can they.

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    • 69
      Laughing hangman says:

      Can’t the fool be arrested for impersonating an MP?

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    • 72
      Braveheart-less says:

      If it’s performance related, surely in Brown’s case we’d pay him to stay away. Hasn’t he done enough damage?

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  10. 18

    …a future world in which cyberterrorists are targeted by government drone strikes, online identities are taken hostage and held for ransom, and parents explain online privacy to their children long before the subject of sex…

    For citizens, coming online comes to mean living with multiple identities; your online identity becomes your real identity. The absence of a delete button on the internet will be a big challenge. Not just what you say and write, but also the websites you visit, and do or say or share online. For anyone in the public eye, they will have to account for their past.

    Eric Schmidt

    http://bit.ly/T4ZoYv

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  11. 19
    Prime Mentalist Defence Force says:

    He appears to have developed a hunch back. Nice

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  12. 21
    Anonymous says:

    The British public think there are too many troughing MP’s.
    This Bill would have achieved that.

    Could be an own goal by Labour and their new besties the Limp-Dumbs.

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  13. 25
    O/T EU Watch says:

    Looks like we are being dragged into first EU war: Guess the theory that integration through shared spilling of common blood in a far off land is being put into action:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-21240676

    UN Res 2085 locked this in. Issue for UK though is if Falklands kick off, can we deal with that whilst saving worthless French butt in the desert ?

    It would be much easier to bomb France, however a good time to go long on anyone who is manufacturing body bags.

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  14. 28
    VERITAS says:

    The people to blame are his constituents for putting up with useless shithouse of a man,he ruined the countrys economy disparaged any pleb that disagreed with him andis as much use as a chocolate fireguard.

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    sarah says:

    Thats Gordon barging past me as per usual

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  17. 34
    rebekah aka nellnewman says:

    For a man who is only sixty,he looks terribly hunched and old. Maybe that’s what bitterness and disappointment do for you.

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  18. 35

    Dearly Beloved,

    Te he he he he. Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!

    In the name of The Father, and of The Son, and of The Holy Spirit.

    Amen.

    The Reverend Clink will now sample the communion wine…

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  19. 36
    Hang The B@stards says:

    The useless tosser should have pushed him instead of taking a photo.

    Mind you, would be easy to remember who was behind you on an escalator.

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  20. 37
    Slobberdown Menob says:

    Being back in the HOC reminded him of a vintage bogie he had stashed in his right trouser pocket.

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  21. 38
    Nick Clegg says:

    One man 1.1 votes.

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  22. 41
    The Boss says:

    Tony Blair according to the DT has been given an award by Polish businessmen
    for opening up the UK to Polish workers shouldn’t Gordon get an award for
    saving the World?????

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  23. 45
    we're all going on a bummer holiday says:

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  24. 46
    Anonymous says:

    How many signatures to get this fucker sectioned?

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  25. 47
    we're all going on a bummer holiday says:

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  26. 49
    we're all going on a bummer holiday says:

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    • 55
      Judge Dreadful says:

      Savile hid very little. While obviously not as culpable as him, there are a lot of minals among the people who bent the rules and suspended common sense and their beter judgements because they wanted to ingratiate themselves with him

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    we're all going on a bummer holiday says:

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    we're all going on a bummer holiday says:

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  29. 53
    Disgruntled of Cheam says:

    The idea is to post something relevant, or witty, or wise, or filthy, or funny, or apposite, or interesting, or provocative, or friendly, or informative, or well-written, or wacky, or thoughtful, or sharp, or anything that would relieve the hollow, echoing tedium…..

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  30. 54
    we're all going on a bummer holiday says:

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  31. 58
    Edinburgh socialist thick as dogshite says:

    He is a hero.

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  32. 60
    we're all going on a bummer holiday says:

    edwina currie on peter morrison mp for chester… “a noted pederast”

    scallywag magazine on lord mcalpine… “indulged in oral sex with an underage boy”

    lord mcalpine on scallywag magazine (when asked why didn’t he sue them?)… “well they were dealt with – scallywag went bankrupt”

    why did scallywag magazine go bankrupt… they printed a story alleging john major was having an affair with clare/claire latimer, the prime minister sued, won and the settlement and costs bankrupted the magazine

    in 2002 we learnt that john major had been having an affair with… edwina currie!

    distance by road between chester and wrexham… 14 miles

    finally a quote from “the new machiavelli: the art of politics in business – a guide on how to succeed in modern politics” written by lord mcalpine, first published 1999…

    “spread false defeat to gain public sympathy; or false accusation and then arrange for it to be exposed as such – so the accuser will forever be treated with suspicion”

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  33. 62
    MacGuffin says:

    Don’t Yvette and the Eds ever call round to take him for an outing? It’s quite sad, really.

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    • 63
      VERITAS says:

      probably do but without any publicity,if Labour get back at the next election,their chances have been greatly enhanced by todays vote,expect Brown to be a major figure most probably as a EU commissioner this f….r will never go away just like McShame McMentalist has no shame.

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  34. 64
    GoBalls says:

    My one hope is that Brown dies before Maggie.

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  35. 66
    English Heretic says:

    Please leave with the laddies and lassies, please don’t hang about. Then you can pay for as many MP’s as you want in your own Parliament and they can all be Labour or Plaid Cymru (Nationalist Socialists) if you want. In fact, why not just elect them once and then leave them in and spare yourself the expense of re-electing them from time to time?

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  36. 67
    london man uk says:

    Gordon thought he could help labour to win the next election so he could again mess up the country by coming back into government. So help us?

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  37. 73
    Gobble, gobble says:

    Gordon is voting to keep the current constituency boundaries, which grossly favour him and his party, exactly as they are.

    A turkey is voting for Christmas to be postponed, indefinitely.

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  38. 75
    McDoom says:

    Constituency boundaries?

    I agree with Nick…

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  39. 77
    YorkshireLad says:

    Is he on the ecalator to hell?

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  40. 79
    Gordon the Mole says:

    Is that the MP’s private tunnel to Portcullis house, that stops them having to mix with the riff raff above ground?

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  41. 88
    SMOKESCREEN DAVE CA-MORON says:

    Has he grown a hump ?

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Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann on Cameron’s refusal to pay the £1.7 billion EU bill by December 1st:

“Well, then he’s gonna pay on December 2nd”



Mycroft says:

Have you read the last bit of Animal Farm?

You know where the animals are looking through the Farmhouse window?

My TV screen was that window at lunch-time today.

Be careful, the sudden self-congratulatory tone, the slightly pudgy outline of indulgence and you become exactly what you should despise.

The jolly face of the Quisling Cameron poses for your camera has mesmerised and deceived you, you who were once not so deceived.

You were no firebrand, you were a damp squib in my opinion, sorry.

You need a damned good kick up the ahse!


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