Friday, 6 March 2009

Stuff Your Apology Gordon Brown

Everyone is making such a fuss about Brown apologising. 

I don't want his apology, I want his resignation. 

If the Conservatives had put as much energy into asking for his resignation as they have for Browns empty meaningless apology, we might be rid of him by now.

Give me fucking strength, how childish is this all going to get? If Mandelson getting covered in snot is making the headlines, there's no hope for any of us!

I can't believe the Conservatives are letting this go on. Previous PM's have been overthrown for so much less than completely destroying the economy. The corruption and sleeze alone should have done it.

 If they don't have the bollocks to take over the job in hand, they should say so instead of constantly whining! 

Wake me up when it's all over, it so boring now!

7 comments:

  1. I don't want his resignation,I want his head.

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  2. Don't you think this is all a bit lame? Fuck me, whatever happened to serious politics!

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  3. The "do-nothing-conservatives" mantra used by Labour has traction, in this and every other aspect of the complete fuck up Labour are pleased to describe as government of the nation.
    Dave's master plan of inaction is not, until the election, to do anything to rock the boat; so nothing exciting or radical will be said, done or smoked.
    It's said, of course, that oppositions do not win, governments lose, Dave has swallowed that hook, line and fisherman.
    Frustrating, isn't it?

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  4. "If they don't have the bollocks to take over the job in hand, they should say so instead of constantly whining!"
    This argument is exactly where Snotty's spinmeisters want to go. Someone one once said don't fight battles you probably would lose. An example is "The Post Office" business. Labour pretend to rebel, Tories smell a defeat and wade in only to lose at the death.
    Powder dry, not "do nothing" is the tactic. Furthermore, with the wreckage of 12 years of a Government voted in by the populace at large, rocking the boat will drown even more of us.
    Not too long to go. Stay in there and do not be bullied by Labour cunning. Cameron is a man to get us out of this and I did not vote for him.
    Also remember, Scotch is good to drown your sorrows but can also cause post medicine depression!
    Love, as always!

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  5. I just have this feeling that it's going to hang on until next year and that things will be so much worse by then... or worse, perhaps better! I don't want to live here forever :)

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  6. http://conservativehome.blogs.com/torydiary/2009/03/george-osborne.html
    You may find this interesting, Sue.

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  7. Just having a read... on the plus side. I actually got my meter for the business installed today (only took 6 months) but it means I can open in a week or two!

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