May 16th, 2013

Quote of the Day

Ken let the cat out of the bag about Ed on 10 o’Clock Live last night:

“He is genuinely a socialist. And that is why I am delighted we finally got one because we haven’t had one for some time leading the Labour Party.”


10 Comments

  1. 1
    Portfolio says:

    New Labor but Old Communism.

  2. 3
    Four-eyed English Genius says:

    The Caledonian Cretin did a pretty good imitation of a socialist!

  3. 4
    Anonymous says:

    It’s reverted back to what Orwell talked about in Wigan Pier where ‘Socialism’ is a term used to denote sandal wearing softies and not progressive philanthropy.

  4. 5
    Ken Livingslime Terrorist recruitment officer. says:

    Is that crap political satire show still on?

  5. 7
    The General Public says:

    Socialism is like drinking shandy or wearing rock band t-shirts – if you’re still doing it in your forties you’re a bit of a saddo.

  6. 8
    Herman Van Aerial Disease says:

    That communist fucker needs shooting

  7. 10

    I have experienced communism in a communist country. It is ugly verrrrry ugly only for real weirdos!


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Francis Elliot reports on No. 10 strategy meetings:

“When discussion veers to subjects that Mr Crosby thinks of concern only to the political and journalistic classes, he treats the offender as a pub bore with a tart request to “pass the beer nuts, mate”.”



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It’s money innit.


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