August 29th, 2013

Where’s Gordon?


102 Comments

  1. 1
    Grr says:

    Be thankful for small mercies.

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  2. 2
    Mad, Bad & Dangerous Gordon McRuin ( Member in absentia ) says:

    I am busy saving the World.

    P.S. Keep paying my salary, won’t you ?

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  3. 3
    Bill Sikes' Dog says:

    He’s at home counting ‘ our ‘ money .

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  4. 4
    Gordon Brown says:

    I have important things to poo. I mean do.

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    • 78
      Gordon Brown MP says:

      I am concerned that military intervention in Syria may lead to an increase in radiation levels in Dalgety Bay.

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      • 87
        Anonymous says:

        Are those the levels you became concerned about only after you stopped holding the Highest Office in the land with the clout to actually do something about them ?

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    • 94
      Sarah Brown says:

      Fuck off you fat bullying whey faced cnut

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  5. 5
    Nasal Ed says:

    isn’t saving the world once enough?

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  6. 6
    genghiz the kahn says:

    No wonder Labour is so confused over Syria, they are using Ed’s sequential road map and Gordon Brown’s moral compass.

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    • 82
      Tony Blair says:

      Look, I firmly believe we need a two-state solution – the UK and the US. It’s the right thing to do.

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  7. 7
    Ed Milibrown says:

    He’s inside my latex skin-suit

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  8. 8
    Wee Gordon says:

    Parliament? What’s that, I don’t seem to remember.

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  9. 9
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’m at the motion pictures outlet in Kirkcaldy waiting for a production to begin projecting with the title bestowed upon it of The Lone Ranger. The title appeals to me because I too was a lone ranger of politics, saving the nation and the world on my own against all enemies and against all odds.

    To enjoy for the duration of this motion picture production, I am drinking a prudent can of prune juice and a bag of unsalted rice cakes.

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    • 15
      The Libor party says:

      You were the Loan Arranger. You and Balls left so many debts behind after the The Reign of Terror 1997-2010 that we’ll be dependent on loans for many decades to come.

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    • 54
      Tonto says:

      Man with painted face and bird on head– that appeal to you, Him-Saves-World?
      Film not about Pictish Scotland, you know.
      Just want make clear ahead of time, kimosabe.

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  10. 10
    lojolondon says:

    Gordon ‘not a fuck was given’ Brown -

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  11. 11
    Right Full Rudder says:

    How on earth can you shirk your duties to the extent that prick does and there be no mechanism for removing you for 5 years?

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    • 42
      David Cameron ( puppet on a string ) says:

      I was going to invoke the right to recall by constituents, for all the utter tossers in the Palace of Westminster.

      Thankfully, my great pal Nick pointed out how dangerous this might be for us, as we are all hated and so we decided to drop it and replace it with the great issue of our time, gay marriage.

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  12. 12
    Derek Dainton says:

    The sulk continues!

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  13. 13
    Ed Milibiscuit says:

    We need to be clear eyed

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  14. 16
    The Burnistoun Butcher says:

    Ask Steven Purcell, he was a very good friend of the Fifeshire Faggot!

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  15. 17
    Parliamentary Shameful Mass-debaters says:

    Rhetoric fail for Liam Fox: Not prosecuting a completely illegal war does not constitute appeasement.

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  16. 19
    Tom says:

    Say what you will, but what does it say about Cameron that he could not win an outright election majority against McMental?

    And now the country knows that “call me Dave” is a vacuous, slimy PR man who is currently seeking his own ME slaughterhouse fame & legacy, do you really think he can win in 2015?

    Cameron – the Heir to Blair – too fucking right he is.

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    • 25
      Engineer says:

      Nice of you to comment Mr Watson. Now FOAD.

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      • 49
        David Cameron ( traitor within conservatism ) says:

        Actually, Cameron’s failure to get an overall majority, can be laid at Cameron’s own door and that of his idiotic ego.

        You can yelp all you like about constituencies, but the hard fact is, Cameron has been PM for over three years and as with the BBC, has done nothing to curtail the Conservative’s biggest enemies.

        Why not? Because he is incredibly dim or, more likely, does not want to do anything that might make it easier, to elect a genuinely Conservative government.

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    • 37
      Selohesra says:

      What it says is that the electoral system is stacked in favour of labour who would have got big majority if lab/con votes were reversed. It also highlights the spiteful natuture of the libdums who voted to continue the pro-labour bias

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      • 48
        lola says:

        +1

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      • 55
        Ex Conservative Voter says:

        There is truth in that, but Cameron deliberately fought a campaign with a liberal bias. “You may be surprised by some of the things I will say, but trust me” So we did, but we were fools. There were so many fronts the campaign could have opened up on. Like immigration, border control etc…

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    • 58
      Sarah Beard says:

      Conservative 10,726,614 36.1%
      Labour 8,609,527 29.0%

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    • 71
      The Chief Mentalist says:

      Gordon does leave a much better quality of slime though.

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  17. 20
    Boycott says rhubarb says:

    Lardarse is off with his rent boy.

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  18. 22
    Watcher says:

    Tessa Jowell’s speech was so dreadfully dull, I felt an overwhelming urge to gas myself.

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  19. 23
    Gordy where are you! says:

    Who’s Gordon, seem to remember in the distant past some tosser who carpet bagged billions pounds from private pensions to spray on his mates in the PFI trade and the uncivil service higher up’s.

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  20. 24
    a voter says:

    Can’t stand Milliband and I’d never vote Labour.
    But if they come out against war, that’s ok by me.

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  21. 26
    AnyOneButGordon says:

    Cheating, lying, stealing, useless, scumbag from Scotchland. Does he really have no shame. I cannot believe that someone can spend 3 years NOT DOING HIS JOB and demanding to be paid, and PAID BY UK ENGLISH Taxpayers for God’s sake. The people of Kircaldy should riot in the streets and piano wire & lamposts spring to mind.

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    • 72
      The Chief Mentalist says:

      The people of kilcaldy are also paid by the english taxpayer, its called bennis

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    • 76
      socialism is a mental illness says:

      The people of Kirkaldy are obviously morons for electing the fat, useless bastard.

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  22. 27
    Casual Observer says:

    Someone on audio just mentioned Georgia as being Russ!a case of doing what the West would like to do in Syr!a.

    That is false equivalence: Russ!an interests were being directly harmed, and the Russ!ans came in at the request of the Georgian government who were under attack by insurgents.

    To that member, the UK should assist the Syr!an government if they request such aid.

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  23. 28
    Gordon Brown says:

    testing

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  24. 29
    excuses, excuses says:

    Surely Gordon is now busy, surveying the fall out of dirty weapons from a previous war that were dumped as landfill in Dalgety Bay.

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  25. 30
    Gordon Brown says:

    I cannot attend as I am headbutting a coracle from my garage door

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  26. 32
    Brian Blessed says:

    GORDON’S ALIVE! somewhere

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  27. 36
    sunny jim says:

    crisis? – what expenses?

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  28. 38
    EggMiliband says:

    Is Gordon clear eyed?

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  29. 40
    Steve Miliband says:

    We paid for their flights so they could hear Egg Miliband cock up another speech

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  30. 41
    Mr G Brown says:

    Oh crikey, am I still an MP then? MP,PM I get them muddled up.

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  31. 43
    Sigmund Fraud says:

    Which private hospital is treating him for a mental breakdown?

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  32. 44
    Gordo Brown - (retd) says:

    OK, I’m still trying to get those F’ing C’unts at the MOD to cough up for dalgety bay. What do you mean they can’t afford it, stupid public can afford me!

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  33. 45
    Merciless Ming says:

    Gordons Alive?!?!

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  34. 47
    bergen says:

    People complained about the long sulk of Ted Heath but he remained an active Parliamentarian and by the time he finally called it a day as MP, he was a respected elder statesman and had redeemed his dismal reputation as PM.

    Not much chance with the Great Fife Feartie.

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  35. 50
    ££££££££ says:

    Should I am write to the PM asking him to possibly filter the money that he was going to spend on this war into the infrastructure of GB.
    There would have to be money available would there not?

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  36. 52
    Gorgon Brown says:

    yawwwn!

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  37. 53
    Universal Hiss says:

    I was just musing on modern day warfare being rather 13th.century.

    Lining up to take pot shots at each other but with lots more wizz bangs.

    Announcing to the “enemy”what day the shells will start raining down.

    Meet you in a field just outside Leicester/Damascus.

    I’m sure it would be much more effective having a few CIA/SAS/Mossad dirty tricks people with poised umbrella tips & such.

    So much cheaper too.

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  38. 59
    Anne Palmer says:

    I guess he’s heard it all before!

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  39. 60
    14 cw attacks and only now we are starting to wake up. says:

    Well, he is not being a hypocritical Hunt like the rest of the stinking Labour Party!

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  40. 61
    Jesus wept says:

    Dr Alasdair M cDonnell should have gone absent too.
    Good lord. He’s woeful

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  41. 62
    Anonymous says:

    Maybe he’s spending every moment ‘fighting for fairness’ as he lied during the election?

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  42. 63
    Boris Carloffe says:

    Gordon mst be found. If there is any doubt about the medical effects of the alledged chemical weapons he is te ideal person to test them on.

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  43. 67
    jim says:

    Who is Gordon Brown?

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    • 80
      Gordon Brown MP says:

      I am available to serve as special envoy for peace and reconciliation in the Middle East.

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  44. 70
    Hang the Bastards says:

    Back in the asylum he escaped from all those years ago.?

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  45. 75
    Anon says:

    Probably Sectioned, with any luck.

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  46. 77
    John says:

    Considering the rather surreal intervention that Tony Blair gave us earlier in the week on this issue – before returning to the sanctuary of his friend’s $100m yacht – I’d say Brown has probably done the right thing on this occasion

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    • 81
      Tony Blair says:

      Y’know, look! Let me be clear on this.

      We don’t want to find ourselves getting into a situation where the international community is saying “look, what we’re doing is the wrong thing to do on this”.

      Look, I really feel that inaction is not an option. I genuinely believe that intervention is the right course of action, because it is the right thing to do.

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  47. 85
    Mike says:

    The twat’s still sulking. He could have been our greatest PM if it hadn’t been for the other 51.

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    Socialist Worker says:

    Truly cant believe the one eyed scotch bastard has done yet another macavity.

    It’s like Lisbon all over again.

    I bet the fucker puts in expenses for the trip

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  49. 89
    Pseudo says:

    Gordon Brown – the Prime Minister without the mandate of the people.

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  50. 90
    Kirkcaldy by-election says:

    Who would win?

    Perhaps that is why Brown won’t resign.

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  51. 91
    Dirka dirka says:

    Who gives a fuck where the freaky one eyed physco is. He’s a Hunt of the highest order.

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  52. 93

    Reblogged this on Semi-Partisan Sam and commented:
    As Guido Fawkes rightly notes, almost all British Members of Parliament managed to haul their asses back from vacation as the House of Commons was recalled to debate and vote on the government motion relating to the recent chemical weapons attack in Syria. For or against potential future military action by the UK, they gave principled speeches and made their opinions known. WHERE THE HELL WAS OUR FORMER PRIME MINISTER, THE WALKING DISASTER, GORDON BROWN? If he has such contempt for Parliament and his constituents that he cannot be bothered to attend a debate like this, he should immediately resign his seat so that someone hardworking and capable can take his place. Sickening.

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  53. 97
    Jimmy says:

    Hardly up there with an FCO minister missing the division is it?

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  54. 98
    wotson says:

    at hame counting the bawbies

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  55. 99
    Stolen innocence 2012 of United Wheeldom says:

    Reblogged this on stoleninnocence2012's Blog.

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  56. 100
    Lexander says:

    Utterly shameful. I cannot understand how his constituents tolerate this kind of behavior. He won’t resign all the while he is being paid for doing nothing. Just remember to add this to the long list of mistakes on this strange man’s record. Him and Blair – what a pair. Britain dispair….

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    Cromwells Ghost says:

    Parliament enquiry into what happend to sale of our
    Gold and the rape of our Pensions the man who stole
    our old age and left the country broke ,
    No More -Brown and Bust

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  58. 102
    Dr Siga says:

    Guido is a faceless coward and Dr Gordon Brown is an honourable man; not the greed this faceless man makes him out to be!

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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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