Positive Story About Gordon Brown

rrtvGuido is often accused of being relentlessly negative about the Prime Mentalist, as if his ability to ruin everything he touches (the economy, the Labour Party, all sporting hopes) was Guido’s fault.  So here, to dispel the idea that this blog is entirely negative, is a positive story about Gordon’s favourite sport’s team.   As you know, he’s a big fan of his local club Raith Rovers, who’ve been doing very badly in recent seasons. In the season just finished, however, for the first time in years, they won the Second Division Championship.  Something that will bring a rare moment of joy to Gordon.

It seems churlish, though not irrelevant, to point out that the pressures of being PM have meant that this is the first season in years that Gordon Brown has been unable to curse attend a single match.  The Chairman of  Raith Rovers F.C. is the only man in Britain who wants Gordon to stay in Downing Street…




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