Sunday, June 29, 2008

Partners in defeat


Both have little to be cheer about.
Gordon Brown, on his first anniversary as PM, is as down in the polls as much as Dear Leader.
The reasons for the Downing Street Dickhead's plight are many and varied.
But highlighting how out of touch Liarbour UK has become is a war hero , who won a Victoria Cross, being banned from gaining entry to Britain, while those who plot to destroy the British state are allowed to stay in the UK and live on government benefits.
There was the promise to have a referedum on the EU Lisbon treaty which he backed out of, and Gordon Brown bottling out of an election last year.
Don't forget a mismanaged economy (he was finance minister for ten years before becoming PM); plus rampant political correctness and molly-coddling muslims and their terrorist allies.
It's not just tax and spend enviro-socialism; with petrol prices among the highest in the developed world, boosted by plans to rapidly increase car taxes, on top of a growing tax burden.
With Liarbour UK already set for defeat at the Henley-on-Thames byelection, the result was only set to worsen as one of Liarbour's top ministers, deputy PM Harriet Harman, announced plans to make it legal to discriminate against men! Look here for a future Liabour policy?
So no wonder Liarbour UK came 5th, behind the Greens and the facist British National Party.
This weekend, we have a Scottish Liarbour leader quitting over a funding scandal, and Liarbour's big business backers are unhappy with Gordon and the UK party cruises towards bankruptcy.
Happy Anniversary Gordon!
I can only end with this musical tribute from Guido Fawkes.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

For that gruesome twosome
Partners in crime too!

pdq

Clunking Fist said...

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...is all I can say.

Nice list of fucktarditry, FFM. The poor Brits put up with much more than we do. They are truly guilty of being sheeple. They may be waking up now, but by the time they get a chance to do anything, the EU Constitution will have been implemented. With their EU funding and poll tax (the licence fee), the BBC are complicit in the transfer of power from the voters to the EU and it’s near incomprehensible machinations.
But what is the excuse for the rest of the press and media? And the Conservatives?