Clarkson censored by Mandelson

#61
Magdovus said:
ashie said:
Magdovus said:
ashie said:
Clarkson obviously believes in an elected Monarch.
Does he? Where does he say that?
Just following the logic of:

I hate the way he ....... holds an important decision-making job for which he was not elected
And HMQ makes what important decisions? The only important decision she's allowed to make would probably trigger a constitutional crisis.
You say that like it would be a bad thing! 8O :twisted:
 
#62
ashie said:
Magdovus said:
ashie said:
Clarkson obviously believes in an elected Monarch.
Does he? Where does he say that?
Just following the logic of:

I hate the way he ....... holds an important decision-making job for which he was not elected
In the same way that say, erm, Gordon Brown or Peter Fondelbum weren't elected?
 
#63
JoeCivvie said:
ashie said:
Magdovus said:
ashie said:
Clarkson obviously believes in an elected Monarch.
Does he? Where does he say that?
Just following the logic of:

I hate the way he ....... holds an important decision-making job for which he was not elected
In the same way that say, erm, Gordon Brown or Peter Fondelbum weren't elected?
To be fair the PM is not an elected post per se, Mr Brown is an elected MP, and may the loons who voted him in be forever embarrassed. But he is packing his government with many many enelected placemen, and women I can only presume that is because he has no talent in the commons.

On an aside I am pleased that Ashie will defend Mandelson until he jumps ship, two political operatives together.
 
#64
Werewolf said:
Magdovus said:
ashie said:
Magdovus said:
ashie said:
Clarkson obviously believes in an elected Monarch.
Does he? Where does he say that?
Just following the logic of:

I hate the way he ....... holds an important decision-making job for which he was not elected
And HMQ makes what important decisions? The only important decision she's allowed to make would probably trigger a constitutional crisis.
You say that like it would be a bad thing! 8O :twisted:
Yes, I see how it could be read that way. Personally, I'd say that a constitutional crisis would be an improvement on the way things are. At least with HMQ in charge we'd know that someone gives a damn about something more than themselves.
 
#65
Chef said:
To be fair the PM is not an elected post per se, Mr Brown is an elected MP, and may the loons who voted him in be forever embarrassed. But he is packing his government with many many enelected placemen, and women I can only presume that is because he has no talent in the commons.
Brown wasn't even chosen by his own party to be the leader. If even his own party didn't want him in the job, how the hell does he have a mandate to lead us?
 

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#66
Awol said:
Brown even wasn't chosen by his own party to be the leader. If even his own party didn't want him in the job, how the hell does he have a mandate to lead us?
Just think what a lucky escape we have had. If he had gone to the polls in 2007 like he said he would he might have won. So now instead of dreading the amount of damage the oaf might do over the next 6 months we would be looking at another 2 years before getting rid of him.

My hope is that after the next election the we have a Tory majority with a strong Lib Dem opposition a good representation of the other legit parties DUP UUP SDLP SNP Pliad Cymru and a strong showing of Independents. A total wipeout of the socialist scum is probably unachievable but no more than 10 or 12 Labour.
 
#67
Chef said:
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Committed left wing twat, or political chancer? You be the judge. Explain that one away.
A political chancer and a disgraced one at that. Quite easy to hide in the cloak - or could that be cloaca? - of the 'Left Wing' where brains are in short supply.

I was going to use the analogy of:

'In the land of the blind the one-eyed man is king', but it is not wholly appropriate in this instance - is it?

I shall settle instead for:

'A man with a handful of working brain-cells is king in the land of the brain-dead'.

Mandelson may possess a quantity of animal cunning and some intelligence, but why he would want to support the insupportable Browne is a mystery.
 

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