Labour's Twitter Twat, Kerry McCarthy Proves How Thick She Is - Again!
Friday, 30 April 2010
Thursday, 29 April 2010
Wednesday, 28 April 2010
On Thursday evening at 8:30pm here on
The third and, thankfully, final Leaders' Debate is supposed to be on the economy but, knowing the BBC and their resident Lefty, Dumblebore, they will also be doing their damnedest to make sure their man, Gordoom, gets the best crack of the whip!
So..... will the unelected, Mono-Eyed Fuckwit finally stop "shaking all over" and hang on in there with the far more polished performances of Smeggy and Davey Boy?
Who the fuck even cares?
Either way there will be 10 blogs and their readers champing at the bit to take the piss and rev some fucks into them all.
Oh..... and we might even discuss a policy or two!
This week, the 10 blogs where you can come and join in the fun are.....
To catch the live blogging, come back here on
Thursday, 29th April, just before 8:30pm.
Hope to see you then,
Monday, 26 April 2010
Friday, 23 April 2010
Having already vented my spleen on the live blog tonight, folks, this sketch by Quentin Letts sums it all up much better that I could at the moment.....
AGGRO, THRUSTS, PALPABLE HITS AND ONE OR TWO MOMENTS OF HIGH COMEDY
Fight! Fight! Well, that one was much more fun than the first leaders’ debate. Aggro, thrusts, parries, palpable hits and one or two moments of high comedy.
Gordon Brown, his fringe stiff with hairspray, kept smiling like Jeff Tracey from Thunderbirds. Nick Clegg developed a case of the sweaty Bettys. Mop wallah! Quick! Swab down that man.
David Cameron again frowned rather a lot, though he did remember to point his poached-egg eyes directly at the camera lens.
Thursday, 22 April 2010
GENERAL ELECTION 2010: GORDON BROWN ADMITS, 'I COULD WALK’
GORDON Brown last night hinted for the first time that he may quit if Labour fails to win a Commons majority at the General Election.
As a clutch of opinion polls put Labour into a humiliating third place, the Prime Minister appeared to suggest he might be ready to stand aside. “I’m only here because I want to make a difference,” he said.“ If I cannot make a difference, I go.” His admission of vulnerability followed a warning from Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg that working with Brown in a Lib-Lab pact might prove “difficult”.
Westminster insiders believe negotiations in a hung Parliament could mean Mr Brown may have to go so a deal can be made between Mr Clegg and a new Labour leader such as David Miliband. Brown yesterday suggested Labour and the Lib Dems could work together in a “progressive alliance”, but his coded olive branch was rejected by Clegg, who said: “I think there is something frankly desperate about the Labour Party and Gordon Brown.”
Some Labour ministers were understood to be furious with Brown for making conciliatory gestures towards the Lib Dems, effectively conceding that their party had given up hope of winning an outright majority in the Commons.
Shadow Chancellor George Osborne yesterday mocked the Labour collapse, saying: “The real story of this election has been the disintegration of the Labour campaign.” Osborne said the Prime Minister had been reduced to “pathetically pleading for his job in public”, and compared Labour’s faltering campaign with its collapse against Margaret Thatcher in 1983. “We are not far from a Michael Foot moment, where the Labour party holds a press conference to say Gordon Brown is still the leader of the party,” he added.
Labour insiders complain that the campaign team is struggling to make any decisions because officials are cowed by the Prime Minister. They are used to Gordon Brown rubbishing any suggestions that are not his own.
These are the comments so far and, I must say, I couldn't have put it better myself - in fact, a few of us bloggers have already been saying just this.....
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Wednesday, 21 April 2010
Alex Jones's latest documentary narrated by Jason Burmas, documents the emergence of the New World Order, as announced constantly by politicians and the 'mainstream' media.
There's plenty of material here for sceptics to look up and verify.
Tuesday, 20 April 2010
Will the new boy wonder, Nick Cleggover, manage
to maintain his momentum, (fnarr), despite the
fact we've all had a week to study his policies?
Will Call Me Dave get his arse in gear and
show some backbone this time?
Will Gordon just fuck the fuck off?
Come and join in the Leaders' Debate Live Blog
which, apart from the opportunity to have your
say, promises to be great fun as 10, yes, 10
blogs will all be hosting it simultaneously.
If you haven't seen some of them before then please take this chance to try them out.
To catch the live blogging, come back here on
Thursday, 22nd April, just before 8:00pm.
Hope to see you then,
Sunday, 18 April 2010
Friday, 16 April 2010
There have been photographs in the newspapers over the last few days of Sarah Brown's bare feet from when she visited a temple. The picture in the paper showed her little toe as misshapen and deformed.
Closer inspection shows that she actually has an incredibly ugly growth on the little toe of her left foot.......
Thursday, 15 April 2010
On the eve of tonight’s first ever leaders’ television debate, the most comprehensive survey of swing seats since the campaign began showed David Cameron comfortably ahead. The poll by Crosby/Textor was carried out in 100 marginal seats; 80 held by Labour and 20 by the Liberal Democrats.
43% of voters questioned said they would vote
Conservative, 31% Labour and 20% Lib Dem.
Labour have dropped five points since the 2005 election in these seats, while the Tories have gained seven points, the poll showed. The results suggest the Conservatives are much more likely to achieve an outright majority at the election than previously thought.
One recent poll indicated that the Tory lead had narrowed to just three points, making a hung parliament the most likely result. However, it is in the marginal constituencies - where pollsters believe the election will be won or lost - that the Conservatives have concentrated most of their efforts. This latest poll appears to suggest that the strategy - masterminded by Lord Ashcroft - is paying off.
The new poll also predicts that turnout in the marginals is likely to be better than many have predicted with 65 per cent of those questioned saying they would definitely vote. A high turnout is likely to favour the Conservatives who need to win 117 seats from other parties to secure an overall majority. The party needs a national swing of almost seven per cent to achieve this.
As part of the unique poll for the Telegraph, Crosby/Textor told voters who their candidates are before asking them who they would vote for. This gives a more accurate result because in marginal seats voters are more likely to be loyal to individual MPs than parties. The poll found that the Tories would pick up 74 of the 100 seats from Labour. However, they would not pick up any of the seats held by Liberal Democrats.
Despite fears that public distrust of MPs could result in a low turnout, the poll also indicates that many more may vote than in the two previous elections. In addition to the 65 per cent of those polled who said they were certain to vote, another eight per cent they were likely to. That means voter turnout could top 70 per cent, the highest turnout since 1997.
The survey was carried out over four days to yesterday, taking in the launches of the two main party manifestos.
So finally we get the truth - and that's just the key marginals - we're looking at a large majority for the Tories, no matter how much the Lefty MSM would like their beloved Labour communist cunts to win - so bye bye Brownarse, bye bye Balls, bye bye the whole fucking lot of you - get out - fuck the fuck off! CUNTS!!