Ed Balls is a muttering idiot

#2
What chance have we if the PM is rebuked for telling the truth during question time in the commons
BBC NEWS - David Cameron rebuked after Ed Balls 'muttering idiot' attack
To be honest I despair, having just watched PMQT I find myself walking around looking at the floor nodding my head, the moron may have to bat off some stupid questions from the muttering idiots in opposition but I wish he'd stop doing it with pathetic jokes like a chuckling schoolboy constantly looking to his sycophantic mates for moral support, my grandchildren are better equipped to lead this country.
 
#4
Ed Balls is a muttering idiot, hardly news even if the PM states it publicly.
 

elovabloke

ADC
Moderator
#5
Yup and just like the many out there today, he has let his standards decline and still want's to be taken serously. He let a man with no standards get under the skin of a man with few. And we let them run the country.
 
#6
Parliamentary and statesmanlike eh! Ed Balls achieved upsetting Cameron on live TV. That seem's to me to suggest that Cameron lost the plot a little and he did it publicly on live TV. Calm down dear!
 
#7
At least he's an English muttering idiot which is more than can be said for his leader who happens to be a gibbering idiot son of a immigrant Jew....

And Ed Balls's father is a complete and utter hypocrite......
 
#8
Surprised why?

'Labour supporting moron' for a Speaker. :-\\\\

Cameron was right to apologise,but he should have clarified his statement,he's not allowed to say "Ed Balls is a muttering idiot" but, he is still allowed to think (along with the rest of us) "Ed Balls is a muttering idiot "! :giggle:
 
#9
But that's the thing...ok so Dave the Rave snapped a bit....there is so much work to be done on the country in general and Labour will just sit there now and try and upset the ruling party. Not do anything useful. Just plot to upset, annoy, under-mine and criticise. They should be marginalised for ten years. Instead they have power and will use it. Unfortunately not for anything very useful I should imagine.
Oh you have never heard of the official opposition in Parliament then? It's something to keep the governing party on it's toes and it employs a number of tactics to do so. Piss taking is obviously one of them and on this occasion, it got a rise out of the PM. Cameron should have known better!
 
#10
I don't think the current leadership are doing a terrible job, but they seem to treat PMQ's as a shit comedy panel show. It's pathetic to see.

Labour are worse, if anything. They're guilty of the same and, instead of providing a credible and responsible opposition, they're simply ripping into the government about every single policy - even policies they previously supported. When challenged, they ignore the substance and recite the same smug soundbites.

Unfortunately, they know their target audience. The sort of people who vote Labour don't watch the news, much less PMQ's.
 
#12
Were Ed Balls just a mutttering idiot I'd hate him less. He's far worse than that.
 

Grumblegrunt

LE
Book Reviewer
#13
He studied at harvard in economics which is worrying in itself but explains the HUGE imbalance and govt debt policy from Mr Brown.
 
#14
He studied at harvard in economics which is worrying in itself but explains the HUGE imbalance and govt debt policy from Mr Brown.
As I keep saying, he was a Kennedy scholar, so he was awarded the scholarship at Harvard on the basis of how useful the Americans thought he might be further down the line.
 
#15
Give the PM his due:

Once the Speaker had restored order, he asked the prime minister to "withdraw the word idiot" as it was unparliamentary language.

A smiling Mr Cameron said: "I will replace it with 'the man who left us this enormous deficit and this financial crisis'."
 

the_boy_syrup

LE
Book Reviewer
#16
Didn't the PM get in trouble before for having a pop at Balls something about Tourettes springs to mind.
PMQ's always seems to me to signify everything thats wrong about parliment
A bunch of twats braying and hee hawing at lame statements and stupid comments

Balls is lucky he works somewhere he can be protected from such nasty statements.
The arse he's made of teh country with his mates he's licky not to be swinging from a lampost by his feet.

Of course now he'll be a party hero and having his backed slapped for geting one over the PM.
 
#17
Now if Dave had called him a muttering ****, the poison drawf could have quite rightly got upset.
Most MPs are muttering idiots, and should remember who serves who.

CG

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#18
I don't think the current leadership are doing a terrible job, but they seem to treat PMQ's as a shit comedy panel show. It's pathetic to see.

Labour are worse, if anything. They're guilty of the same and, instead of providing a credible and responsible opposition, they're simply ripping into the government about every single policy - even policies they previously supported. When challenged, they ignore the substance and recite the same smug soundbites.

Unfortunately, they know their target audience. The sort of people who vote Labour don't watch the news, much less PMQ's.
Obviously didn't mean me there did you......
 
#20
Oh you have never heard of the official opposition in Parliament then? It's something to keep the governing party on it's toes and it employs a number of tactics to do so. Piss taking is obviously one of them and on this occasion, it got a rise out of the PM. Cameron should have known better!
Surely the job of the opposition is not just to oppose everything. They would find more support if they joined the government in trying to clear up the (financial) mess? It's so easy to find fault without offering a workable alternative, which is just what this bunch of mumbling idiots is doing.
 
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