|The GERS figures came out and, |
without stopping to consider why they were not so good,
the Naysayers were whooping with delight
to see their own country that little bit poorer.
They obviously hadn't read Derek Bateman on the subject.
|Nor had they considered the large part |
played in the story by this fool and his deputy.
|YES... that's the one Gordo. You're just a little ex-politician|
|Of course we've been leaking radioactivity all over the place from the |
UK's ticket to the top table, and they neglected to tell us about it.
But we also discovered today that some idiot managed to fire a missile,
fortunately a blank, within the secure area itself!
Pip Pip Hammond has told people there are no contingency plans
for Scotland leaving the union,
because it's simply not going to happen.
Maybe he should stop making speeches and concentrate
his efforts on making sure that his navy stop firing missiles at Scotland
before a live one goes off and blasts Glasgow to Moscow.
|What could we do with that money? Half a million a day!|
|Can't be seen to be too poor to afford new fighters.|
|No one has agreed to renew them yet , but still they |
spend hundreds of millions on them.
Never mind the starving kids; they aren't the Tories' class,
and they are Scottish, so they doubly don't matter...
And then there was the news that Tony Benn died today:
|Yes, think of all the help that we could have given people with the money |
we wasted on these jets and missiles we are just as likely to fire
on ourselves only a few meters away from the nuclear subs!
|We were reminded of what it would be like to have a government |
that cared about us... as opposed to the US
|Yes, even Mr Carlaw began to see just how silly things were becoming... |
and that's quite something.
|This was probably what did it.|
But, it wasn't all politics...
|The puppy arranged for breakfast in bed|
|Robbie took kick boxing lessons from Ruth|
|The cat decided that it wanted a word!|
|And spring sprang!|