October 16th, 2013

Quote of the Day

Ed Miliband on Cameron:

“He’s gone from hug a husky to gas a badger.”


6 Comments

  1. 1
    Steve Miliband says:

    Thought it was hug a hoodie? Quite difficult to hug a husky unless it’s domesticated. All hoodies are feral though.

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  2. 2
    Fishy says:

    Wrong Gweedo,

    I’m sure he said ‘Huthky’

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  3. 3

    That is – I must admit – quite a good one. Well done, Ed’s sidekick, whoever you are.

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  4. 4
    Genghiz the kahn says:

    Alistair Darling seen buying gas mask.

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  5. 5
    Sally *Swallows* Bercow says:

    a) whats wrong if he has?
    b) Ed is factually inaccurate as ever, no gassing just shooting

    Still like with the energy ‘freeze’ when did the facts ever trouble him

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  6. 6
    chris says:

    Anouther example of the infantalisation of the UK. All animals are cuddly pets. I wanna buy something even if I haven’t got the money. I don’t wanna pay for my bills. Wah wah wah

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“At the time of writing, nine months from the election, I’ve concluded that Labour currently has no positive messages to communicate to anyone about why they should vote for the party, no policies which will persuade them, and is being run in a totally dysfunctional way.”



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