Debt Bomb: Deficits and Dancing Girls [VIDEO]

Keynesian economics stripped bare…

Hunt Drops Clanger (Disco Remix)

Guido’s got that Friday feeling…

Today’s Media Round Up

Don’t forget to catch up on today’s media news, as Scrapbook‘s Prezza conspiracy theories unravelled and Guido revealed the bitch fight of the the week.

Only over on Media Guido

Media Bitch Fight of the Week

NBC‘s Dave Wyllie and Neal Mann of the Wall Street Journal square up:

Obama Campaign Seizes On #RomneyShambles

Friday Caption Contest (Ed Ball Edition)

Matthew Sinclair Is New TPA Boss

Matthew Elliott has stood down as Chief Executive of the perennially sound Taxpayers’ Alliance after eight years at the helm. He will be replaced by current TPA Director Matthew Sinclair.

A worthy successor…

Property Speculator Lord Oakeshott Says Build More Homes

The ever irritating, yet strangely compelling, Matthew Oakeshott has spent the week trying to big-up his mate Vince Cable and a change in economic direction. Guido was particularly interested by one policy in his all-solving Plan A+:

That’s why I’ve been saying we need a bold plan A+, making banks lend, especially RBS, the bank we own but disgracefully don’t control, and a firm government commitment to create 500,000 new jobs in construction by doing whatever it takes to build 100,000 more homes a year.

Does this have anything to do with the fact that the good Lord has a small fortune relying on home construction as a property speculator? The petulant peer is the “joint investment manager” at OLIM Investments’ Value Income Trust and the chairman of OLIM Property, investment firms which make their money from – you guessed it – building homes. Very Tim Yeo

Breaking Video: Jeremy Hunt Hits Woman With Bell End

Prezza’s Conspiracy Theory Unravels

Guido has a sore head from Political Scrapbook’s drinks last night. As revenge he has some bad news for them. They thought they were on to a winner earlier this week with a story claiming that John Prescott was the victim of a vicious Tory smear campaign. It was claimed that a series of questions over Prezza’s use of public credit cards were placed in MPs’ names without their knowledge. However, the Table Office have now conceded that the entire mess was down to a simple admin error by them, as the Tories insisted all along:

Dear Mr Elphicke,

I can confirm that the questions were wrongly recorded as being in the name of Sir Alan Beith due to an administrative error in this office. We took steps to correct this shortly after they were tabled, when we realised the error had been made. Unfortunately, when the questions were answered, some were returned under the original wrong name of Sir Alan Beith, which overwrote our correction. We have since corrected this again and I have just checked the Parliamentary records and confirmed that they all now appear correctly in your name.

I am very sorry for this error and the inconvenience it has caused you  please do get in touch if there is anything further we can do to assist.

Best wishes,

Sue Griffiths

Clerk, Table Office

House of Commons

Oh well…

Cameron slaps Romney’s Utah games:

“We are holding an Olympic Games in one of the busiest, most active, bustling cities anywhere in the world. Of course it’s easier if you hold an Olympic games in the middle of nowhere.”

Video: Boris Rallies Hyde Park

Oratory, flags, flames and the crowds screaming a politician’s name? Only Boris could get away with that:

Can you imagine how dull that would have been if Ken had won?

There Is No 99%

When the Occupy movement took over St Paul’s they claimed to represent the 99%. Their message was forced down our throats in the name of the silent majority. In their first electoral test, the movement has taken a massive kicking. Rioting hippy Bryn Phillips managed to get just 23 votes in the Farrigndon by-election for the City of London corperation last night. Or 13.5%…

Spinning nonsense until the end, Bryn can’t even distinguish between turnout and the electorate. It’s over…



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Quote of the Day

Tory MP Nick Boles says what everyone thinks…

“There is a timidity and lack of ambition about Mrs May’s Government which means it constantly disappoints. Time to raise your game, Prime Minister.”

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