Thank fuck it doesn't say I'm a liar
Gordon's saying:"I may be one, but given my proclivities I've got no use for one...except as a Home Secretary".D
@David, 12:48 -IT might not say he's a liar, but I do.He and the rest of the Brown Regime are Liars. There, I've said it.http://tinyurl.com/5lunvpD
.... and Helen Southworth is a Prick.(She's the nonentity Blair's Babe supporting the cunt)
"Chancellor Alistair Darling's PRB recovery plan"wv: meticar - coz we're all Gordo's metics now
Thats a copy of my letter to the Brown Regime.
Can't agree, cunts have uses.Gordon is useless, sad, deluded, mad, bad, deceitful, devious, underhanded, mendacious, vindictive, ignorant fuckwit.And he's neck and neck with La Beckatt as to who is Ugliest of them All in my poll.The Penguin
Nothing to add to that really...
Gordon Brown reveals the New Labour Party logo - designed by Peter Mandelson.
Wallpaper by PuginBed linen by Pukin
Mc Bust: " Youse can tell which ma hand is. It wuz covered in shite frae ma nappy"
Design company gets first prize.beating Kerry McNutter MP into second place.
I agree with The Penguin. Cunts are useful.
Gordon's recent attempts to prove his sanity have rather backfired as the Prime Minister exhibited his latest work in The House of Commons gallery.
Gordons eldest brings home his art for the fridge door.
Kids are ditching the sponge bob bed linen for the latest craze.
Old Holborn, master of gisguise, gets nice one-eyed presbyterian Mr Brown to sign protest letter to celebrity chef Mr Ramsay.
Brown unveils new 50million pound note, he printed himself.
"Come on out Ed, we know it was you, you tagged it."wv: heitchi - japanese Alpine porn
One of our favorite fuckwits doing his fuckwittery again.http://tomcharris.wordpress.com/2008/11/28/damien-green-is-not-a-political-prisoner/#commentsIt seems, at the very least, somewhat heavy-handed of the police to treat any MP in this way. And when I say “any MP”, yes, I am suggesting that MPs should be treated differently from other members of the public. Let me explain.But some of the reaction has been pretty over the top. Even the usually sensible Iain Dale has invoked the arrival of the police state: “There is no way that this arrest could have happened without the involvement of Government ministers. We need to know who instigated it and if the Prime Minister, Home Secretary or Justice Secretary authorised it.” I trust Iain will follow this claim up with evidence, rather than conjecture.Phil Woolas, who I suspect knows a bit more about this than Iain, insists there was no ministerial involvement. I would be surprised if there were. As Phil rightly says, the police are independent of government and are obliged to act when they believe a law has been broken. Having said that, it will no doubt emerge that a senior member of the government was informed that the arrest was going to take place. But if that senior member of the government had intervened in police operations to prevent the arrest, how would that have been any more justifiable than initiating it in the first place?
Wait till Geoff Hoon sees this. He thinks he's the only cunt in the village.
Gordon unveils the results of the treasury brainstorming session on the causes of the credit crunch.
The rank and file of the Labour Party signed Gordon's giant retirement card wishing him every success in the future as he had had fuck-all in the past.
Gordon proudly displays his first ever fan letter.
'Whose turn is it to take it up the arse. I'm bored of fucking the tax payer'
Anon 12.51 - steady on there old bean - she's no relation.
Gordon reveals the standard required to pass an "A" level in the Twenty first century.
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