July 29th, 2013

Rich’s Monday Morning View


133 Comments

  1. 1
    Mirth Pains says:

    It Hurts!

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    • 24
      Simon Hughes says:

      We all know its Cleggo of Dimwit

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      • 56
        Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

        Keeping up the good work for the LibDems Nick. Can’t understand why I lost the whip, I can’t go shagging and troughing in eastern Europe now on the taxpayer, as a LibDem Rep. Boaz.

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    • 28
      Maurice Saatchi says:

      You can buy the original artwork here.

      It’s not there. 8.02 am and already sold. Bugger

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      • 88
        Loaded Post says:

        Just bought a copy of my favourite mag. Shoppers in the Co-op gave me some funny looks. It’s in a sealed brown bag and in small letters says amateur gardening.

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    • 61
      The Real Clegg. says:

      A smoker, a boozer and he puts it on his expenses. One begins to warm to the real Nick Clegg.

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    • 72
      Old Blind Pugh says:

      “It Hurts!” I would get that seen to, they might be able to cure it, it serves right for being a naughty little boy with the women in that club on Saturday night

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    • 86
      Nonny Mouse says:

      How much was this bill that the taxpayer has had to pay to fund Clegg’s hedonism? It is only right that we should be shown the itemised bill.

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  2. 2
    The EU is croques (de merde) monsieur says:

    Who the hell is this supposed to be? It could be any one of hundreds of MPs.

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    • 3
      Dillygaff says:

      A LimpDim? (because of the tie) Male. Is it Handycock? It’s like bloody Rolf Harris every Monday morning – “can you see what it is yet?”

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    • 14
      The EU is croques (de merde) monsieur says:

      Call My Bluff. “Chevening”.

      1. Walking after riding a horse.
      2. Cheating the taxpayer.
      3. A night-time term of greeting in the west country.

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    • 35
      Anti-Rentier Alliance (Ban The Whig Rent Seeking Elite) says:

      I think its Harrison Ford

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    • 84
      Old Blind Pugh says:

      It says Nick Clegg, but the character has dark ginger hair, since when has Cleggie been a red head. If it is supposed to be Cleggie, he’s entitled to get rat if Borus and Gover can get rat in public, I don’t know about not paying his bill though in that case the place is entitled to payment provided the bar wine was acceptable standard, no corked wine etc

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  3. 4
    Matilda says:

    A clear case of drunkypoos and disorderly.

    Bailiff, deport him today.

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  4. 5
    Ah! Monika says:

    Rich would make a brilliant wallpaper designer.

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  5. 6
    Ah! Monika says:

    A kiss on the cheek may be quite Continental but bubbles are a dumbs best friend.

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  6. 7
    M102 says:

    Why is Ali Campbell holding a Sennheiser MD421 microphone?

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  7. 11
    Baldi says:

    He probably left the bill in the HoC’s toilets.

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  8. 12
    Vince says:

    I strongly refute the charge that I am a cross dresser, but could I have my bikini top back.

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    • 76
      kropotkin says:

      There is an easy test of the cross dressing predilictions of any MP; are they a friend of

      * Poxy Foxy
      * Wee Willie Hague
      * Gideon

      A score of 3 equates to full blown transvestite.

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  9. 16
    Ah! Monika is confused says:

    Immigrants have a lot to offer Britain, but those here illegally have no right to remain, writes Boris Johnson

    I seem to remember someone of that name calling for an amnesty a month ago.

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    • 29
      Village Idiot says:

      ….”they” tell us how much we have benefitted from immigration,”they” tell us being in the EU has been of benefit to our Country…Why does the evidence of the state of our country today contradict this????

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      • 39
        Anonymous says:

        “Immigrants have a lot to offer Britain”. Yet we see no return and are hurt by the hidden consequences.

        Clegg has a lot to offer. Yet he will not even pay his bar bill.

        Having “a lot” and actually delivering the goods, are not related.

        We live in a country that is belief based. Everyone votes on beliefs.
        Yet no one actually has any evidence at all. They are just promises and predictions. None of which are based on any actually past behaviour.

        Politics in this country is a religion.

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      • 82
        Tom Catesby says:

        Just for once I would like some lying, politically and morally bankrupt politician to clearly and honestly point by point (if they were ethically and psychologically capable of it) to tell the native British population, just how exactly illegal immigration or for that matter, mass immigration at the crazy unsustainable levels we have witnessed, have remotely ‘benefitted’the country, it’s native population or their families one single atom!

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    • 112
      Common Sense says:

      Boris is a liar and cheat.

      His support for an amnesty for illegals is blatent electioneering and is a perfect example of the utter contempt with which he treats voters in order to further his own career.

      This man should never be allowed in public office again.

      Avoid at all costs.

      http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/boris-johnson-backs-illegal-immigrants-amnesty-as-he-hints-he-may-run-for-third-term-as-london-mayor-8683014.html

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  10. 17
    Jimmy S says:

    That wallpaper is hiding a list of Liberal conquests.

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  11. 19
    Mark says:

    It’s shite. Don’t put my name to it.

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  12. 20
    The Right says:

    2p per head to bury Thatcher. The Left have to agree that was value for money.

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  13. 22
    Dunno says:

    Will Hague be asking Spain to give up the Canary Islands?

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  14. 31
    Jane Birkin from Paris says:

    I know that little fella Sarkozy was not everyone’s cup of tea but under him at least the wine cellars were sold off and guests offered a selection of bottled water and fruit juices.

    French Socialists are not adverse to a good vintage when they can invoice the taxpayer.

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    • 92
      Old Blind Pugh says:

      There are 650 in the HoC who agree with the French socialists + all those hangers on and palm greasers

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  15. 31
    Bazinga! says:

    I see the feminist dykes are all over the press again this time trying to ban lads mags. How about banning fat ugly feminists instead?

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    • 33
      Long John Silver's parrot says:

      If it Fs, Fs or Fs then dont buy it,rent it !

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    • 37
      Anti-Rentier Alliance (Ban The Whig Rent Seeking Elite) says:

      As long as we can keep Gay Times

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    • 40
      Gideon 'George' Osborne says:

      Two of the mucky mags are named in honour of me – Loaded and Nuts.

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    • 44
      bergen says:

      It’s the Co-op moaning. I suspect that it’s a wheeze by their PR advisers to take the heat off the ir ripping off OAPs who were daft enough to buy their bonds and are now to be stuffed.

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      • 45
        but says:

        Has Labour repaid it’s debt to the Co-op Bank yet?

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        • 47
          Long John Silver's parrot says:

          Apparently the Co-op are taking the action they are because they don’t want to offend their customers.

          Confused?

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          • Common Sense says:

            1) The CoOp also control Unity Bank, which is the banker to every Trade Union. So the CoOp and Unity between them are bankers to the Liebor Party and every Trade Union. They are also bankers to the LibDems. CoOp and Unity have made very big loans to their “political” brothers.

            2) The CoOp has been found to be short of capital and was advised of that by the FSA.

            3) The CoOp was chosen as the preferred bidder to be “given” the Lloyds Branch’s that they were being made to exit under EU law. This was known as project “Verde”. As part of the transfer the Lloyds branches would have come with significant “capital”.

            4) Would the (Liebor) politicians and their Union paymasters who are in hock to the CoOp and Unity with bog loans, want their “own” bank to go down the plughole… would they want their loans called in, would they want to refinance those “soft” loans on commercial terms with other banks, or would they like to keep the CoOp and Unity banks in business, whatever the cost ?

            5) Why was the CoOp chosen as preferred bidder ?
            What influence did Liebor, the Unions and LibDems have over the choice of CoOp as preferred bidder ?

            Its all very very smelly and reeks of Politicians and Unions trying to save a dead horse (the CoOp) with a cynical ploy to give it a big chunk of Lloyds for free, ultimately at the expense of the taxpayers who bailed out Lloyds.

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    • 68
      Cooperator says:

      Don’t worry kids the Sun will still be within reach

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    • 126
      Wherever will they find it otherwise? says:

      How about banning them because they are shite (along with Cosmo etc?)

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  16. 34
    Pope does Manilow says:

    At the Pope-a
    Popeacabana
    The hottest boys
    North of the Vatican

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    • 42
      someone on a crowded rio beach says:

      i wanna go toiletta!

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    • 102
      Old Blind Pugh says:

      I wonder if Geedo the Elder has gone to Brazil to see the Pope, lapsed catholic he maybe, he could bring his talents into play with investigating all those naughty catholic priests.

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  17. 36
    Charles 'bevvying' Kennedy says:

    Is it too early for a ‘pick me up’?

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  18. 38
    Sir William Wade says:

    I’m not a wine buff but I can tell readers that the port at Chevening is excellent. The Fonseca ’77 was more than ample compensation for the gladhanding politicians. Pip-pip!!

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  19. 41
    A GP on £150,000 + private work says:

    Absolutely disgusting! Why am I getting a paltry £150,000?

    The millionaire GP ‘on call’ in his mansion 140 miles away: Out-of-hours doctor on £230k had to be called 114 times before responding –

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2380553/Millionaire-hours-doctor-Ravi-Sondhi-called-114-times-responding.html

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    • 46
      sounds painful says:

      Appalling deriliction of duty.
      People died while he was living a life of luxury.

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    • 49
      dr finlay's cashbook says:

      don’t assume its all gp’s in a practice who are benefiting – just a few may be equity partners

      the rate they pay their employee dr’s may well be a realistic ‘going rate’ (and the employees will do most of the work)

      since the equity-owning gps’s are quasi civil self-servants – we the PBT — should see the full accounts of all practices – and judge for ourself the meaning of ‘equity’

      nye bevan’s admission that he hadn’t been able to deal properly with the doctors’ powers in the original nhs has been ignored by politicos across the speculum (sic) ever since

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    • 51
      the poor says:

      buddie

      can you spare a bedroom?

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    • 55
      Anonymous says:

      It is not his fault. He could not help his decadent life style funded on the suffering of others.

      The people that ultimately pay him are to blame. Why did they not set up fake cases, and randomly check the response of these people.

      We must introduce random observation of every tax paid person in this country. What is the point in having Ombudsmen and commissioners if all they do it sweep up the damage. Then allow the situation to repeat. We need to catch these people red handed. More importantly, make them fear being caught out in their dishonesty.

      We hear it all the time that our young are idle and worthless so we must import their replacements. Maybe it is actually the managers of the UK that are idle and worthless, and can not cope with the enthusiasm and honesty of youth. They only need the down trodden, to maintain their corrupt empires. No one with integrity need apply.

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      • 80
        Wandsworth Common Purpose says:

        En passant, whatever happened to that bloke in Wandsworth caught signing cheques to himself?

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  20. 43
    a non says:

    Possibly one of the worst you’ve done Rich.
    Totally stumped. Unrecognisable.
    Thank you for the explanatory text below the cartoon, to explain it.

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  21. 48
    against the grain says:

    Well I think it’s ok.
    And I’d like to see you lot do better.

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  22. 52
    Guido's Newspaper says:

    TALKING of bad smells, the failure by police to investigate the evidence of industrial-scale phone and computer hacking by top law firms continues to stink.
    The Serious Organised Crime Agency is sitting on enough evidence to put leading executives in jail for years.
    From what we know of this secretive operation, the cases are open and shut. Yet the Metropolitan Police seem curiously reluctant to act. Do they have something to hide?

    Read more: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/politics/5039103/SUN-Columnist-says-Labours-problem-is-that-socialism-passed-its-sell-by-date.html#ixzz2aPytnsqX

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    • 59
      Anonymous says:

      The police run on fear. These lawyers have no fear. They are the judges.

      Government should never get involved in judgements, but they should ALWAYS clean up the judiciary afterwards.

      Without some control, the lawyers will continue to be openly lawless.

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  23. 53
    Johnny Depp says:

    ‘Cleggmania’ will be my last movie.

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  24. 60
    Pleb says:

    Serious concerns from Foreign Minister William ‘Gaddaffi is in Venezuela’ Hague over traffic queues!

    What must he think about the massacres being carried out (yet again) by the Egyptian army on its civilians? …………..All quiet on the Hague front on that one

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    • 108
      Old Blind Pugh says:

      I think this Hague keeps at least 20 miles from the front like the other one of a similar sounding name

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  25. 62
    Sic says:

    Mirror

    Kevin Maguire on Kevin Maguire on Cameron NHS smearing

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    • 81
      pot kettle says:

      Ha!
      That’s rich coming from a bloke linked with Damien McBride and Ray Collins smear scandal.

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  26. 63
    Minty Clinch says:

    Good Morning Boys !!!

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  27. 64
    Geedo is very behind the curve these days on the latest political popcorn says:

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  28. 66
    Arrogant or What? says:

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  29. 78
    Idon'tneednodoctor says:

    Why hasn’t Burnham resigned yet?

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  30. 87
    imagine says:

    Imagine the outcry from the left if a fat balding Tory MP had snidely questioned the weight loss of a Labour MP.
    Vaz should be thoroughly ashamed of himself.

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  31. 93
    Ed Miliband says:

    Wonga
    Bedroom Tax
    Andy Coulson
    Rebekah Brooks
    Food Banks
    Raisa
    Leon Brittan
    Peter Morrison
    HS2
    Osborne’s paddock scam
    Children left in the pub
    43 Government U-turns
    Minimum alcohol pricing
    Anthony Bamford
    Adrian Beecroft
    Michael Spencer
    Peter Cruddas
    Lord Green
    Cigarette packaging & Lynton Crosby
    Fracking & Lynton Crosby

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  32. 99
    Nick Nick says:

    All the PR presents Clegg as a clean living, Liberal chappy.

    But in reality he’s a hard drinking, smoking, womaniser.

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  33. 104
    Demetrius Skortou says:

    immigrants are costing the taxpayers a fortune in benefit payouts as well as free medical and educational costs, which the taxpayers are forced to hand over to these foreign parasites.

    Nick clegg is full of crap. Immigrants come here for, and only the benefit payouts………………………period!!!!

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  34. 106

    But who is it supposed to be?

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  35. 114
    Cornish Pilchard says:

    Sir wont pay if he can avoid it

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  36. 115
    Cornish Pilchard says:

    Hes just been Liberal with the Government Champers

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  37. 123
    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    With OFGEM trying valiantly and failing miserably to provide a simple easy to understand format for all our energy bills perhaps our artist in residence can put his considerable talents to use to design a simple no nonsense energy bill to be used throughout the country.

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    • 129
      a three year old says:

      .
      .
      hello,
      we charge (this much) for each unit. =
      you’ve used (x) units , we know ’cause we measured it.=
      so you owe us ( this much) =
      It’s a lot isn’t it ?
      oh and the VAT=

      thanks

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  38. 130
    Point of Information 2 says:

    What’s with the helping caption ?

    Spoiled all the fun of a Monday, telling us what the cartoon is meant to be showing.

    ** Grumpy Face ** :-(

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