March 4th, 2013

Quote of the Day

John O’Farrell explains the motivation for his Eastleigh campaign…

“I have to admit it was a massive ego trip from start to finish.”


20 Comments

  1. 1
    Baroness Thatcher says:

    Never mind dear, fourth behind UKIP isn’t bad for Labour in a working class seat, is it? Ha ha ha ha ha ha.

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    • 8
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Is Conor Burns MP really one of your friends or is he one them militant politicised homosexual ‘placemen’ with their overriding agenda [Not that they haven't been fooled themselves] as their ultimate priority – like the agenda to infiltrate the catholic church with the homos – a plan that was set out decades ago by the zioloons?

      Oh dear – the whole deep ‘double’ dupe appears to be coming undone before the zioloons very own duplicitous eyes?

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    • 13
      Ed Moribund says:

      “fourth behind UKIP”?

      Shouldn’t that be “behind the Tories”?

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    • 18
      Anonymous says:

      Need a some Respect?

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  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    At last! An honest politician!

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  3. 3
    Lord Prescott says:

    I must say that of all the things John O’Farrell has ever done this made me laugh the most

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    • 14
      Polldaddy says:

      I wonder why the BBC chose O’Farrel as their candidate instead of Stephen Fry, John Humphrys or Kirsty Wark?

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  4. 4
    Cherie Blair says:

    When is your book due out? This week? Christ not even I would be that barefaced!

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  5. 5
    B. A. Baracus says:

    I pity the fool !

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  6. 7
    Fuck off says:

    Tell us something we don’t know, you unfunny, terrorist supporting, dickless wankstain.

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  7. 10
    steve smith says:

    The c*nt is a c*nt

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  8. 11
    SpAd says:

    Amazing isn’t it, how many people who did their degrees for free under Thatcher profess to hate her, yet support the party that brought in tuition fees.

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    • 15
      AntiLeftoid says:

      They don’t want anyone else to have the benefits they had, they bite the hand that fed them and bugger up the system for everyone else. Socialists are traitors.

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  9. 12
    AntiLeftoid says:

    The Labour party is one big joke, having a self proclaimed comedian in their ranks is quite novel, another unproclaimed Labour comedian is their MEP for Essex etc Richard Howitt who states that anyone who wants out of the EU is racist.

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    • 17
      Wrong-To-Buy says:

      Third of ex-council homes now owned by rich landlords. The son of a former Tory Housing Minister and Mrs Thatcher aide during the peak years of right-to-buy owns at least 40 ex-council property.

      Take from the poor, give to the rich – robbing sods, robbing sods, robbing sods.

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      • 19
        Anonymous says:

        Right to buy helped a lot of working class people buy their own home at cut prices, you’ll find that those same working class people sold their ex council houses to landlords after a few years at quite a profit. The landlords didn’t buy the houses direct from the council. Do some research before spouting inaccuate bollocks.

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