November 26th, 2013

Quote of the Day

Norman Baker is asked if he has had a lobotomy:

“Had I had a lobotomy I wouldn’t be able to answer that question”


6 Comments

  1. 1
    Glyn H says:

    But he’s a Liberal Democrat; other than the Orange Bookers, and frankly David Laws of them is the only sensible and competent one, so he must be just a bit stupid!

    • 3
      LimpDums are the lowest form of life says:

      David Laws is the one who stole £40,000 from us, isn’t he? And his ‘punishment’ was 7 days’ full-paid leave.

      • 6
        Glyn H says:

        Not quite true! Recently read his book, 22 Days in May, and his ability to write coherently is excellent. When you hear wittering tossers like Yeo, Bryant, Winnick, Huppert, Harman, Jacqui Smith and the rest of that 4th rate tribe Laws looks like a sad loss at the Treasury. A fool to ignore the rules, but it was not in the Moran/Cohen/JS (as above)/mcShane level of directly criminal.

  2. 2
    retardEd Miliband says:

    Thum people have lobotomieth and are thtill able to thpeak quite normally.

  3. 4
    Cor Blimey says:

    But he DID NOT answer the question.

  4. 5
    The Oracle says:

    Had I had? Ignorant baboon.


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