February 4th, 2013

Quote of the Day


5 Comments

  1. 1
    PC Dixon says:

    There is a God!

  2. 2
    Yawn! says:

    Politics a career particularly attractive to the biggest scum of the earth. Cameron being the biggest.

  3. 3
    Web Master says:

    Oh! what a tangled web we weave
    When first we practice to deceive!

  4. 4
    Bobby Sands presents ITV wall 2 wall shyte says:

    What a feckin hoon.

  5. 5
    crlgibbons says:

    There was an MP named Chris Huhne

    Who suddenly altered his tune

    So stop being beastly

    The member for Eastleigh

    Is exiting parliament soon.

    He lied to the law about speeding

    His wife was a liar as well

    ‘Guilty’ the crims will be pleading

    And they wont get a vote from a cell


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“It would be a fatal mistake, in my view, for Labour to go into this election looking as though it is the party that would better resource the National Health Service but not necessarily put its foot to the floor when it comes to reforming. Look, reforms are not easy, but the Labour Party is not a conservative party. It should be about moving things forward not preserving them in aspic. You have got a pale imitation actually of the 1992 general election campaign, and maybe it will have the same outcome. I don’t know.”


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