Thursday, 26 February 2009

Mandy gets a kicking




10 comments:

Shirking From Home said...

They're moderating the thing now. Fuckers.

Dave H said...

I would like to see Mandy publicly reconciling the basic facts of his argument:

2 "The management of this business has been farcically incompetent and cannot continue running it. Part of the problem is that bad industrial relations between management and workforce have hindered progress."

2 "A NuLabour government has been managing this business and the workforce is full of our traditional supporters."

2+2=

4 Err... we're just a bunch of utter useless fuckin' shitheads aren't we?

Womble On Tour said...

They'ev deleted your comment, OH, so you'll have to tell us here what you said.

Sue said...

Prescott's taking some abuse too now Prescott, shred Fred's pension petition

Woman on a Raft said...

O/T - the 4th plinth in Trafalgar Square is going to be available as an open space for 1 hour - you have to apply and allocation is at random, but it's going to be a fantastic political platform

Anonymous said...

so fucking sick of this country

http://tinyurl.com/buzq25

JD said...

They took down my comment, too. It wasn't even very nasty, considering...
It says a lot about the Grauniad's idea of debate, though. JD.

killemallletgodsortemout said...

Come on OH. Tell us why you were deleted.

Was it something along the lines of "You can take the Brazilian out of the boy, but you etc etc......"

Anonymous said...

One of the better comments still on CiF, calls him a 'deluded laughing stock' & comments that people are laughing at him. Her Mincyness won't like that at all will she? A laughing stock - mocked & despised by the people she thinks she controls. Sweet revenge to see it in print - these old queens just don't have a sense of humour.

Anonymous said...

I think "we" should sell Mandy's arse and keep the Post Office. We may even be able to plug the pension hole with it, I mean the money raised.

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