Brown expenses youtube

#3
3 minutes 28 seconds of unadulterated 'crap'.

The man is delusional and possibly certifiable! Whatever, he is most definitely not electable.

PS: Did 'ashie' write that script?
 
#4
The idiot changes between some kind of drug addled window licker and a stroke victim. If he thought that would win him support he's obviously lost the plot. :oops: What a fcuking mong.
 
#5
Is that really Broon or a sort of Spitting Image puppet. He is smiling (well, what passes for a smile for him) and appears cheerful. (Drug testing required).

He is right that being an MP can change things. It starts with their bank balance.
 
#6
Now that is truly dire! Can't you just hear Hughie Green clapping his insincere hands and saying: "Friends, let's meet the next contestant who wants to play phony bastards".

MsG
 

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#7
I've got this picture in my mind of Mandelson behind the camera, in a dressing gown, make-up brushes in hand mouthing 'smile' and 'move a bit', and 'look sincere luvvy!' whilst miming the expressions for effect.

Back to Gordon - yup, he's certifiable alright. He's just signed his own retirement card.
 
#8
Mega creepy......he looks like a voodoo animated sock puppet.

Would you trust this man to babysit your kids?

I still want to know...if MP's are truly servants of the people answering a call to public duty...what is wrong with Daniel Hannan's proposal of no expenses at all save for traveling and the maintenance of constituency offices?

Cock off cyclops,you transparent troughing turd.
 
#10
I hope they didn't show this before the 9 o'clock watershed.

MsG
 
#11
I found it rather amusing.

Did he have anything interesting to say? I forgot to listen with all the chuckling and I'm not sure my stomach can take another viewing.
 
#12
His eyebrows are doing the same as those of the 2 kids in the Cadbury advertisement. The guy is completely off his rocker. I guess the medication is stronger in the mornings which could account for his behaviour.
 
#13
Do you think that the Autocue had *SMILE* every 30 seconds to remind him?

I really cant think of any other reason (barring drugs) which would cause him to act like that.
 
#15
The-Lord-Flasheart said:
Here's my take on what the one eyed Scottish idiot said;

You Tube
Except Deadwood is far more interesting than that fcuking moron. :)

They probably have more ethics an honour as well.
 

mercurydancer

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#16
So... a week after Brown gets nobbled for using the interweb as a political weapon he tries to make a webvid go viral? Bad tactic. Bad advice from his "advisors" About as bad as it gets really. Especially if the viewers are scared shytless watching to see at what point the PM gets an ice hockey mask on and starts up a chainsaw.
 
#17
Jesus, no wonder he is known as the Prime Mentalist! The enforced smiling and apparent spasms just made him come across as creepy and more disingenuous than usual. Hopefully this will get primetime airplay on TV and will serve as a massive nail in New Labour's chances at the next election.

What's the betting that Ed Balls was sitting on the sidelines and saying "No Gordon, that's brilliant - you are really coming across as the charismatic leader we need to take us into the next election" in the certain expectation that this performance will get Gordon 'is a moron' Brown sectioned, leaving the way clear for him and the appalling Yvette to make a play for the job of leader of the opposition...
 

mercurydancer

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#18
Just to differentiate, this isnt about disability. David Blunkett was not any less of a politician because he is blind. In many ways I respect him for that.

With Brown it just seems like an ill motivated, ill advised attempt at popularism via the internet.
 
#19
old_n_fat said:
Is this video proof that Brown has completely lost it? It is bizarre in the extreme.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/pda/2009/apr/21/gordon-brown-web-video
vid been out a while, if it's up somewhere else ignore.
Interesting!

The proposal, to make all constituency employees (ie, wife, and family) employees of Parliament with their own contracts of employmet is superficially attractive but what will actually happen is that the privilege of employing one's family and relatives will be in the gift of the Prime Minister to be used as another form of patronage to keep back-benchers in line, given as a reward and withdrawn as a punishment for a failure to support the government on a contentious vote.

I note with some cynicism the likely outcome of a system of daily allowances for turning up for work in Parliament. Here is how such a system would work in practice as reported by German Television news!
 
#20
Since when did the UK Government make major political announcements by "You Tube"

What happened to consultation, debate, scrutiny, parliamentary accountability?

Quentin Letts compared it to the mad ramblings of Inspector Clusseaau's boss. Not far wrong.
 

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