Well, it’s been a great week for Gordon Brown and Labour so far. He had a great PMQ’s and David Cameron seemed not to know or understand what his party’s policy was what they wanted the tax situation of Married people to be or if it was indeed a policy or an aspiration. A good week, indeed. All was well and good and nothing bad happened at all. Nothing happened at all. Yes, yes I do have sand in my ears, why do you ask? What’s that you say, pretty much the least popular Health Minister of all time Patricia Hewitt has done something monumentally stupid with some bloke called Hoon (not that sort of thing, oh god! Whose suggestion was that? Come on admit, you’ve poisoned all of our minds and should be ashamed), who I’m told used to be in the government as well.
“We should have a secret ballot to decide if Gordon Brown should still be our leader.” Hyu7 h7,90 tyiv …jicv hng. That was my head battering against the keyboard because I couldn’t find a wall quickly enough. The election campaign has started you complete idiot! “well, we could get it done by next Monday”, I’m sure you probably could but it seems unlikely given the complicated Labour Party rules for everything and even if you did it would certainly not stop the back biting and general sniping that seems to go on and on and on and on within the organisation. (I use that word thoroughly incorrectly there. They are about as organised as a man with poorly co-ordinated limbs trying to herd cats whilst simultaneously trying to juggle soot.) If anything it will get worse, there will be a complete lack of trust within the party as they build up to trying to defeat the big, giant head that is know called Cameron.
It’s everywhere, here
Does it remind you of anything?
And have you noticed the incredible amounts of touching up on his hair?
Photoshopped within and inch of his dye job. Not as bad as this,
but you get my point.
Labour, never knowingly not shooting it’s self in the foot whilst cutting of it’s nose to spite it’s face.