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Brown about to take over

#1
Well. Listening to the news at 1 oclock, Brown is getting ready to "assume command". Now I'm no fan of the bloke but he can't be worse than B-liar can he? God help us if he is!
 
#2
Marc_St_Hilaire said:
Well. Listening to the news at 1 oclock, Brown is getting ready to "assume command". Now I'm no fan of the bloke but he can't be worse than B-liar can he? God help us if he is!
Don't ever, EVER say THAT!!!
 
#3
I dont like Brown but he must be a brave man taking over a job that has been totally fcuked up by bLIAR. Just as he is about to take over he finds out bLIAR was going to sack him before the last election, he must be wondering if Tony's hidden kippers and prawns around 10 Downing Street ( Wouldnt tell theres normally a stench coming from there).

The only way Brown could do a good job and improve on this mess if he had a spare 50 million tooked away discretely to implement his plans :?
pity he didnt know the Chancellor :twisted:
 
#4
More Stealth Taxes, More Rights for everyone except for Real Brits, watch your money disappear into the treasury....he doesnt give a sh1t.....more red tape for businesses........he fcuked pensions, he's gonna fcuk up Big Style.......... you didnt vote for him............welcome comrade
 
#5
The_IRON said:
I dont like Brown but he must be a brave man taking over a job that has been totally fcuked up by bLIAR. Just as he is about to take over he finds out bLIAR was going to sack him before the last election, he must be wondering if Tony's hidden kippers and prawns around 10 Downing Street ( Wouldnt tell theres normally a stench coming from there).

The only way Brown could do a good job and improve on this mess if he had a spare 50 million tooked away discretely to implement his plans :?
pity he didnt know the Chancellor :twisted:
My bold: at least the smell of rotting seafood would be an improvement over the stench of corruption that emanated under the last occupant. I'm no fan of the man, but Brown isn't Blair and in my book that's automatically an improvement.

Given the way he's been slashing expenditure in the last few years, I've no doubt he's got a few quid stuffed into the mattress to bride us with once he moves next-door.
 
#6
sebcoe said:
More Stealth Taxes, More Rights for everyone except for Real Brits, watch your money disappear into the treasury....he doesnt give a sh1t.....more red tape for businesses........he fcuked pensions, he's gonna fcuk up Big Style.......... you didnt vote for him............welcome comrade
Too fcuking right - back door socialism. Get ready to pay more tax than you thought possible.
 
#7
Guys Big Gord has been shafting us since he became chancellor. What are the chances that he will change now he is PM. He will just shaft us with a lot more power now.
 
#8
smartascarrots said:
The_IRON said:
I dont like Brown but he must be a brave man taking over a job that has been totally fcuked up by bLIAR. Just as he is about to take over he finds out bLIAR was going to sack him before the last election, he must be wondering if Tony's hidden kippers and prawns around 10 Downing Street ( Wouldnt tell theres normally a stench coming from there).

The only way Brown could do a good job and improve on this mess if he had a spare 50 million tooked away discretely to implement his plans :?
pity he didnt know the Chancellor :twisted:
My bold: at least the smell of rotting seafood would be an improvement over the stench of corruption that emanated under the last occupant. I'm no fan of the man, but Brown isn't Blair and in my book that's automatically an improvement.

Given the way he's been slashing expenditure in the last few years, I've no doubt he's got a few quid stuffed into the mattress to bride us with once he moves next-door.
I think you will find that he will not move next door as he already lives there.
 
#9
Marc_St_Hilaire said:
Well. Listening to the news at 1 oclock, Brown is getting ready to "assume command". Now I'm no fan of the bloke but he can't be worse than B-liar can he? God help us if he is!
About the same arn't they. Both traitorous habitual liars who want to ruin the UK.
 
#11
jarrod248 said:
Silver_Bull said:
jarrod248 said:
It would take a socialist govt. 20 years o sort the mes out this lot have created, more of the same I'm afraid.
We'll find out as the socialists are now in power.
Well we will see and I hope and pray for some improvement but I am not going to bet a months wages on it.
Dont worry a months wage when Brown gets in wont be worth that much after the tax comes off.
 
#12
I think that six months down the line it will be same sh!t, different dictator.
His wife's arrse will have expanded more becoming to a barrage balloon, his waistline will resemble the girth of a small indian elephant and most of all we will have a permanent smile on our faces from being screwed.

I'm a born pessimist, who just graduated to a higher plane :twisted:


fastmedic
 
#13
Big_Kahoona said:
Guys Big Gord has been shafting us since he became chancellor. What are the chances that he will change now he is PM. He will just shaft us with a lot more power now.
Gordon and Tony balanced one another out a bit. Tony stopped Gordon giving our entire GDP to Oxfam while Gordon stopped Tony renting Westminster Abbey to crown himself Emperor.

Now Tony's gone, the brakes will be off. Ancient Mariner's Almanac predicts the following:-

1 Capital gains tax on the sale of your home
2 VAT & CGT on the sale of a second home
3 Large increases in National Insurance
4 Council tax through the roof as central funding dries up
5 Rising inflation as Gordon throws cash at his worthy causes
6 Rising unemployment as benefits outstrip wages
7 Collapse of the NHS
8 Within 2 years, Gordo's printing money out of thin air to pay his bills.
9 1970s style economic meltdown.
10 Paparazzi pics of Harriet Harman on the beach reveal '666' birthmark
11 Four strange looking horsemen start appearing in various places.
12 Hostile, carnivorous aliens invade earth & join the Labour party
13 Hell fills up with Labour party members - the dead walk the earth
14 Armageddon - end of the world begins in Sedgefield
 
#14
Ancient_Mariner said:
Big_Kahoona said:
Guys Big Gord has been shafting us since he became chancellor. What are the chances that he will change now he is PM. He will just shaft us with a lot more power now.
Gordon and Tony balanced one another out a bit. Tony stopped Gordon giving our entire GDP to Oxfam while Gordon stopped Tony renting Westminster Abbey to crown himself Emperor.

Now Tony's gone, the brakes will be off. Ancient Mariner's Almanac predicts the following:-

1 Capital gains tax on the sale of your home
2 VAT & CGT on the sale of a second home
3 Large increases in National Insurance
4 Council tax through the roof as central funding dries up
5 Rising inflation as Gordon throws cash at his worthy causes
6 Rising unemployment as benefits outstrip wages
7 Collapse of the NHS
8 Within 2 years, Gordo's printing money out of thin air to pay his bills.
9 1970s style economic meltdown.
10 Paparazzi pics of Harriet Harman on the beach reveal '666' birthmark
11 Four strange looking horsemen start appearing in various places.
12 Hostile, carnivorous aliens invade earth & join the Labour party
13 Hell fills up with Labour party members - the dead walk the earth
14 Armageddon - end of the world begins in Sedgefield
Surely most of thats happened already A_M
 
#15
He works a bit too hard on the image thing. Square jaw, earnest pose, considered answers, Mr Prudence himself. Give him six months, and there's every chance he'll outdo Bliar in the bullsh*t stakes. He's Labour's last great hope, so there's even less chance of any mutineers seizing the ship before the next election. He's a control junkie who will attempt to stamp his mark pretty quickly, so stand by for an early display of Eye Catching Initiatives and general zealous idiocy.

I'm surprised no-ones trying to cash in with a re-release of 'Gordon Is A Moron'. Give it time, and someone will. I bet he doesn't reach the next election without getting sick of the sound of it.
 
#16
Nosher361 said:
He works a bit too hard on the image thing. Square jaw, earnest pose, considered answers, Mr Prudence himself. Give him six months, and there's every chance he'll outdo Bliar in the bullsh*t stakes. He's Labour's last great hope, so there's even less chance of any mutineers seizing the ship before the next election. He's a control junkie who will attempt to stamp his mark pretty quickly, so stand by for an early display of Eye Catching Initiatives and general zealous idiocy.

I'm surprised no-ones trying to cash in with a re-release of 'Gordon Is A Moron'. Give it time, and someone will. I bet he doesn't reach the next election without getting sick of the sound of it.


So that'l be this one then ... :lol: :lol: :lol:
 
#17
Which one of you voted for him to be Prime Minister?

SK
 
#18
That's the one. Good old Jilted John. A true classic, but probably doesn't get aired very often in the Broon household.
 
#19
SKJOLD said:
Which one of you voted for him to be Prime Minister?

SK
Correct me if im wrong( i am wrong more times than im right) but i dont remember having the opportunity to vote for b.liar either if i remember correctly, the ballot paper only allowed for me to vote for Labour party Conservative party, UKIP, SNP etc dont remember any of the parties naming on the ballot paper who would be PM,

On a similar point in the recent scottish elections it was the same except for the SNP, on the ballot paper it stated Alex Salmond for First Minister, and all the other parties just put the party name down, now i dont rate him or his party but i think this method would be better at election then if the PM stands down then guy who takes over has no mandate as the people voted for a single person to be pm and not the party
 

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#20
SKJOLD said:
Which one of you voted for him to be Prime Minister?

SK
The same amount of people as those party members who voted him into the leadership of the party position. No-one. It was a done deal, and everyone in the party knew that if they mounted a serious challenge to Brown then their political careers were over.
Much like the old Politburo sytem.
 

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