Gordon Brown Prime Minister 365 days and counting

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#2
jarrod248 said:
Inflation through the roof - maybe he was a better chancellor - time for the unelected to go.
Have you disabused the good people of Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath of the misconception that they elected him to Parliament? I'm sure they'd be surprised.
 
#3
ABrighter2006 said:
As we reach the first anniversary of Brown's premiership, I was wondering what the ARRSE view is on his leadership?

In your own time...

carry on.
As you shall sow, so shall you reap.

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Sixty said:
jarrod248 said:
Inflation through the roof - maybe he was a better chancellor - time for the unelected to go.
Have you disabused the good people of Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath of the misconception that they elected him to Parliament? I'm sure they'd be surprised.
Don't be pedantic. You know perfectly well he means Broon was not elected PM. :roll:

As for the "good people of Kircaldy/Cowdenbeath" - thier treachery and stupidity will be remembered when the Revolution comes! :twisted:
 

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John Major, Alec Douglas-Home. Ring any bells?

We don't elect PMs in this country. We elect parties.
 
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ABrighter2006 said:
As we reach the first anniversary of Brown's premiership, I was wondering what the ARRSE view is on his leadership?

In your own time...

carry on.
should have posted this in Int that way i could tourettes it...However

Plainly Brown is not PM material and his supposed fiscal appitude! is about to come home to roost. :x

Moraly i believe he is on the same level as the former PM 'that is moral as it suits.' :x

I hope he will sortly be gone and his period of premireship will be looked back on historicaly as poor. :)

2 out of 10... :twisted:

As some one said on an earlier thread one would not even follow him and his party because of idle curiosity..
 
#8
The Good Ship Great Britain and NI is floating out of control, heading for the financial rocks.

Gordon and his friends have very nicely bankrupted the UK, and will continue to inflict their marxist views and policies on whats left. By the time of the election in 2 years time there wont be much left to fight for, it will take years to reconstruct the economy and pay off the debt legacy of "the best chancellor in 200 years". Gordon has been a total disaster, and couldnt lead his way out of a wet paper bag.

Hopefully the next big crisis to hit him will topple him, and we may then get the chance to vote Nu Liarbour out of office and into the history books.
Have you noticed how no matter how many scandals are investigated by the police, nothing ever sticks to these people! Its never the fault of anybody, it was the system!
 
#9
Set off badly, handled and responded to National Public and financial disasters as if he was trying to make things worse, failed to call an election to confirm as legit PM, failed to support armed forces on any level, failed to support or carry out any promises on those "little cards Liarbor gave out", Northen Rock, Congestion charges, Fuel prices, ended badly.
Won't be missed or remembered.

Except that he's a cunt.
 
#10
Labour 5th in the Henley election. -11% from last time. Lowest poll ratings ever. Oh dear oh dear......... :D :D :D :D
 
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chimera said:
Labour 5th in the Henley election. -11% from last time. Lowest poll ratings ever. Oh dear oh dear......... :D :D :D :D
Below the Greens and the BNP and lost their deposit FFS............... :D :D :D :D :D
 
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Werewolf said:
Sixty said:
jarrod248 said:
Inflation through the roof - maybe he was a better chancellor - time for the unelected to go.
Have you disabused the good people of Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath of the misconception that they elected him to Parliament? I'm sure they'd be surprised.
Don't be pedantic. You know perfectly well he means Broon was not elected PM. :roll:

As for the "good people of Kircaldy/Cowdenbeath" - thier treachery and stupidity will be remembered when the Revolution comes! :twisted:

There just wasn't enough bile behind that 'Broon' mate. It's 'Broooooooon'. Now come on, get some emphasis on the 'oooo', because that's how all Sunday Post reading Jock's pronounce it.
 
#13
The saddest thing is that Gordon Brown is getting all the abuse just now but it was Tony Blair who led us down this path, for almost a decade Blair sold off everything worthwhile and led us to this point, when it became obvious we were in for a hell of a fall he then fcuks off and starts making his millions, the guy was so vain that he didn't want to end his term because the bad times were coming and it would have taken the shine off his resume. It's a bit like the Captain of the Titanic turning round to his 1st officer and saying 'you take over at the helm' 10 seconds after hitting the iceberg.

As for Gordon Brown himself, well he was side by side with Blair so he's just as much at fault, and he was so desperate to become Prime Minister that he waited and waited and even when disaster was here he still took over, anyone with any sense would have run the other way.

So in short, Blair and Brown have caused the disaster, but i hate the way the media seem to never mention Blair when talking about the disasters occuring.
 

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#14
I'm glad that Zanu NL have instigated a policy of teaching History in schools that only starts from 1997 onwards. This way, even the poorly educationed current batch of school kids will remember this gobment as the worst bunch of b@stards ever to have run the country. For the rest of us: The worst bunch of b@stards to have run this country since . . . . . er . . . . anyone . . . . erm . . . . can anyone actually remember a worse bunch? Anyone out there with a Masters in History?
 
#15
'Labour 5th in the Henley election. -11% from last time. Lowest poll ratings ever. Oh dear oh dear......... '

'Below the Greens and the BNP and lost their deposit FFS............... '

Oh dear, how sad, never mind - indeed, you'd have to have a heart of stone not to laugh!
 

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mnairb said:
'Labour 5th in the Henley election. -11% from last time. Lowest poll ratings ever. Oh dear oh dear......... '

'Below the Greens and the BNP and lost their deposit FFS............... '

Oh dear, how sad, never mind - indeed, you'd have to have a heart of stone not to laugh!
Heart of stone - check

muhaahahahahha . . . . . . . .. . . . . . haaahahahahahahahahahaahahaha :twisted:
 
#17
'Sixty' gives the impression that John Major was not 'elected' as a prime minister. I reckon he was in 1992 when he destroyed the Welsh wind-bag Kinnock!
 
#18
At least before Gordon, the incoming Prime Minister was there by some semblance of a leadership contest, rather than the 'it's my job by Gods' given right and I'll wreak terrible revenge on anyone who dares challenge me' by the current incumbant.

What has really done for Gordon is that he was spinning the impression that if he could only get into No. 10, he'd be Churchill, Palmerston and Gladstone all rolled into one. Instead, we have a mixture of Foot, Kinnock and Chamberlain, with a tendency towards Soviet policies.
 

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#19
lsquared said:
'Sixty' gives the impression that John Major was not 'elected' as a prime minister. I reckon he was in 1992 when he destroyed the Welsh wind-bag Kinnock!
Much as I never usually respond to those with highly appropriate Oxygen Thief tags, I’ll indulge you this once:

Major stood at the next general election, much as Cyclops will do (assuming he’s still around by then). Major did not immediately call an election when he succeeded Thatcher.

Klar? Good.
 
#20
We have had just over a decade of labour. Due to the tories making themselves unelectable, the labour party has not had anyone biting at their heels and has grown much too comfortable with power, grown contemptuous of the electorate and happy to suppress the freedoms of the people for the sake of thier own power.

The problem we will face is that labour are making themselves unelectable. As has been stated, what they are doing will not be forgotten for a long time. taxes, loss of privacy, opressive laws, loss of freedoms, entry into a united states of europe without mandate from the electorate..... this will mean that the tories will have no other party 'keeping them honest' and they will end up going the same way. (power corrupts etc..)

It is a very bad situation for democracy in the UK.
 

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