|When will he be sacked?|
|Wait and see, sweetie...|
|Where else would someone that thick get a job like this?|
|Redistribution of wealth. That's what I like to see, Jim.|
|I thought he was Lard Prescott|
|Tough love would see this bloke sacked before|
he ruins the Labour party any more. It's only fair.
|At least with this lot you are forewarned that they don't |
give a damn about anyone who isn't titled
or prepared to pay heavily to shortly be so.
|Proud boasts for Tories|
|Sorry for the language, but it is perfect.|
The wee lad is bang on.
Dunno about you, but I can see his face as
he lays this on Cameron.
|I admit it does look like the party of the workers.|
They do exactly the same thing.
|You wouldn't mind SO much if he amounted to anything himself|
but he is a lying sack of manure who never got anything right in his life.
|You'd think with his father in law's money he could afford a dinner jacket|
that didn't date back to the 1920s
or is that what the well dressed pondlife is wearing now?
|OK, we exaggerate a little, but only a very little.|
|And this is true|
|And according to Oxfam, so is this|
|They do make you laugh, the Brits.|
|But Frankie makes you laugh a lot more.|
Ah, yes. The broadcasters have said that it would be impossible to have all the party leaders in a debate.
It would just be too complicated for them.
Isn't it odd how the Scandinavians manage to do that kind of thing. Here they are:
|... in Norway|
|... and in Sweden.|
|Still, I suppose their chiefs get a lot more than a piddling £450,000 a year!|
How does he manage. Oh yeah, he gets something for being in the HoL.
|I said I would look out for information on companies that distorted the truth or said they would leave the country if Scotland were independent.|
You may wish to make your own judgments about how much support you wish to give them.