September 23rd, 2013

Ed Balls on PM’s Growth


  1. 1
    Itchy Scrote says:

    Harsh but fair, considering Ed Balls is 6ft of cock.


  2. 2
    Bincgo says:

    Balls is fat twat


  3. 4
    Steve Miliband says:

    Better than being a huge c*nt


    • 29
      Bert the Builder says:

      c*nts are useful, Ball is not.


    • 42
      Anonymous says:

      The comments on this site have gone downhill since Guido started writing in the Sun, they are now all childish 4 letter words and silly “gay” remarks, coupled with an obsession with ukip.Im not logging in for a while as life is too short to read this tripe.


  4. 7
    Mick Smetaphor says:

    A career in stand up comedy awaits

    I’m sure the BBC will oblige. They oblige him on everything else

    Anything, as long as he’s not in control of the economy.


  5. 8

    News just in…

    It is being reported that British Asian Muslims were involved in the Nairobi terrorist attack in Kenya.


  6. 9
    Mann Hood says:

    Balls is still into “Post Neo-Classical Endogenous Growth Theory” then.


  7. 10
    Andrew Efiong says:

    Ed Balls is more tragedy than comedy.

    Long may he and Ed Miliband lead the Labour Party because they remind voters of Labour’s long record of failure in government.


    • 37
      Tay King-dePisse says:

      Ed Balls, as any kind of Minister, again, of anything, including Silly Walks:
      “History repeats itself; first it is tragedy, then it is travesty.”
      Or, as me Mum used to say when I were but a mere lad, fool me once…etc.


  8. 11
    Mick Smetaphor says:

    Balls manages the economy the way he controls a football

    His first touch is clumsy, his second touch is a desperate lunge at his opponent as he tried to regain control


  9. 15
    Orson Cart says:

    Yes, I saw ‘Unflattering’ pic of this fat twat in the press today also. Also just endured him on TV addressing ConFwence – Telling everyone that the Government had choked off the economy with severe cuts … Only problem was, that once in Government, LieBore will have to make more cuts?? – Next up was throwing dosh around again, in the form of repealing what they describe as the “Bedroom Tax”. Promised throwing some at childcare, but not to worry, the party of tax will grab that back from Family allowances. Then some mumbling about a 10p tax rate. I seem to remember that like the Post Office bank, they had one once and scrapped it! – Almost as bad as Milipede yesterday whining about 1 million young UK unemployed, only to follow up with a promise of apprenticeships for foreigners!. They both seem to still be living the CO2 Global warming lie in cloud windmill land, though only to be expected from a party driven by any tax they can lay their hands on. They would tax fresh air if they could withhold it and still collect. I wonder if there is a plural for a bunch of Cnuts?


  10. 16
    Nogbad the Bad says:

    Beyond parody, Ed “Eleventy” Balls is going to pay someone else to check his sums. Wasn’t that the purpose of the OBR?


  11. 21
    start chucking fish says:

    cringeworthy performance from two faced scumbag


  12. 24
    Jim Henson says:

    Muppet !


  13. 26
    Why would anyone ever trust Ed Balls again? says:

    Say you trusted someone to live in your house and they started stealing your stuff.

    You noticed things were missing, but they denied it.

    Your friends noticed as well and warned you, but the robbers friends denied it and wrote long articles in the media about how wrong you were.

    Then three years later, the robber admits they were robbing you after all.

    Would you trust them into your house again?


  14. 31
    Nogbad the Bad says:

    What is this obsession Labour has with splitting children from their parents? Childcare costs about £4 per child per hour, Eleventy is going to make the taxpayer stump up £100 per week per child, so the parents can go to work. Why not just pay that to the parents to look after their own child, and let one of the millions of unemployed young people take the job instead?


  15. 32
    scudittou. says:

    Well Cameron Clegg and Hague (3 in a Bed ) are chocolate dirty balls


  16. 33
    Fishy says:

    Balls and Milband have seen a political advantage in dropping HS2.

    Like it, or loathe HS2, in Labour we see a party of shysters who cannot be trusted, cannot be relied on, who will say anything to gain what opportunity they can.


    • 39
      Mike Portaloo says:

      The development of HS2 was proposed in 2009 by … The Labour Governement.

      “If costs rise”? They already have and were always going to.

      A final price cap would just mean reduced specifications (like the Olympic stadium)


  17. 35
    Pdubya says:

    It’s obvious really HS2 is big bucks. Labour’s only overwhelming prioirity in every government they have ever formed is spending money whether they have it or not.
    HS2 is a dead duck in Labour’s eyes why waste billions on ifnrastructure for a long term gain for the country when another 1/2 million immmigrants and public sector teat suckers voting Labour gets Balls & Co short term access into power in 2015 to finish the job Brown started.


  18. 36
    well chuffed says:

    To my untrained eye it seems that Ed Balls should be very careful when referring to rugs , has anyone run an infra-red camera over him a la Doug Bollinger at the IPL ?


  19. 40

    Live at the Apollo innit?


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