Gordon Brown in Friendly Fire incident

#2
FFS an Honest Labour Politition, now that is strange
 
#3
Tropper. He's not a politician yet. He hasn't learned. he may be a statesman though.
 
#5
All credit to him for speaking out, but if this is the standard of the Labour PPC's across the country we are in serious trouble. He is having difficulties stringing sentences together, let alone having a reasoned debate.
 
#6
Well done Mr Sood. Straight into the back of the net.

(Perhaps not the one your party had been hoping for, but do not worry about that.)

"The role of ministers has gone bureaucratic and the action of ministers has gone downhill – it is corrupt.

"The loss of social values is the basic problem and this is not what the Labour Party is about.

"I believe Gordon Brown has been the worst Prime Minister we have had in
this country.


"It is a disgrace and he owes an apology to the people and the Queen."

In his pledge he has promised to "get back to basics" and "clean up the
system" if chosen to represent the area. He added that immigration
had caused "overcrowding" in Britain and the increase in people
claiming benefits.

Mr Sood said: "We have to get back to basics where people can leave their money outside for the milkman without it being stolen."

The councillor – who wants Britain to return to how it was in the 1970s
– has also promised to control religious education and institutions, regenerate farming and industry and give more powers to the police and teachers.

He also believes The Queen should have more respect and say in government decisions as well as bringing back the death penalty."


http://www.lynnnews.co.uk/news/Brown-is-39worst-PM-ever39.6270190.jp
 
#7
Bound sure not to get along with GB - he mentioned the "I" word. Bigot!
 

Biped

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#8
The guy has got a point. One might look at him more as an Independent than a Labour member, and it would appear, an honest one.

It's a shame that we have to endure this devisive party political structure. It's a failed experiement that has gone on for too long. Each of our MPs should be independent, free from whips and free to make deals and vote with their consciences.

As for Gordon Brown. Yes, he is indeed one of the very worst PMs we've ever had, and yes, he should apologise to the Queen.
 
#9
Biped said:
The guy has got a point. One might look at him more as an Independent than a Labour member, and it would appear, an honest one.

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Or a labourite who has seen the futility of campaigning on a Gordon brown and new labour ticket and is trying to garner some votes from potential labour voters who hate brown. Think he's pissing in the wind, personally. as has been mentioned, how did he get through any selection process.
 
#12
Tastytoggle said:
Bound sure not to get along with GB - he mentioned the "I" word. Bigot!
Oh he has that one covered, he is not white so he cannot be a bigot! :D
 
#13
Hmmmm he states that the Queen should bring back the death penalty. Hardly democratic.... and yet....
 
#14
The rest of the Labour Party are now in denile and saying it hasn't happened, I wish they'd wake up and smell the coffee FFS. Did anyone see Douglas Alexander's bustering performance on Andrew Neil's Daily Politics programme, where he refused to agree whether those creatures Hain and Balls and mentioned anything about tactical voting?
 
#15
Norfolknchance said:
And here was me hoping someone had slotted him - bugger!
Misleading threat titles like this are soul destroying when you establish that, unfortunately, the one eyed porridge wog hasn't snuffed it.
 
#16
soprano54 said:
The rest of the Labour Party are now in denile and saying it hasn't happened, I wish they'd wake up and smell the coffee FFS. Did anyone see Douglas Alexander's bustering performance on Andrew Neil's Daily Politics programme, where he refused to agree whether those creatures Hain and Balls and mentioned anything about tactical voting?
My bold: Well what do you expect from this current bunch :wink:

Shame it's only one that's prepared to speak out.
 
#18
vvaannmmaann said:
Is Mr Sood preparing to move over to the Tories by any chance?
To be fair i'm surprised we have'nt heard of any defecting across, mind there's two days left.
 
#19
The councillor – who wants Britain to return to how it was in the 1970s

I have heard him say this on several occasions today!
So he wants 3 day weeks, power cuts and rubbish piling up in the streets. With the unions holding sway over Govt. policy.

I think I can see a flaw in your cunning plan there, Mr Sood.

Are you sure he's not Monster Raving Loony Party.
 

Fugly

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DirtyBAT
#20
vvaannmmaann said:
Is Mr Sood preparing to move over to the Tories by any chance?
Can a grown up answer me a purely hypothetical question please. What would happen if something like this occurs?

Say this bloke is elected as a Labour MP. He then decides to leave Labour and go to the Tories. Is a bye-election required?

Do you vote for the party or vote for the man?

Just curious.
 

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