How Highly Do You Rate The Prime Minister

Gordon of Basra - what kind of leader has he turned out to ?

  • Gordon Broon: more of the same Noo LieBar bollox

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Gordon Broon: pushing his way past B'liar, en route to Dubya's colon - things have been go

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Gordon Broon: the visionary and charismatic leader we have awaited for 10 years

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
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#1
Well, in recent weeks we have seen One-Eyed Gordon run to Washington to seek permission to pull out of Basra, Spin the reduction of UK forces in Basra to look bigger than it really is, and subsequently bottle out of an election.

O - and there was something about a run on a bank, and some very poorly animals. And a flood.

Time is ripe, I think, to revisit the poll questions of the early summer[hr]See: http://www.arrse.co.uk/cpgn2/Forums/viewtopic/t=69588/postdays=0/postorder=asc/start=0.html
 
#4
Fifth_Columnist said:
Ona scale of one to c*nt, he's a c*nt...
Disagree there with that one FC..... a c*nt is usefull, a fact you could never associate with our Dear Leader (mk 2) unless of course your short of some fig 11's........ :roll:



How high? .... about FL 30, strapped to a pallet on the way out the back of a 'J' :lol:
 
#5
The cynical way he has tried to woo Middle England with his inheritance tax movement is ample proof for me that he and his gang deserve the boot - pity he bottled out - as Dave said! Skunk of a politician.
 
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Biscuits_AB

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#6
Zofo said:
The cynical way he has tried to woo Middle England with his inheritance tax movement is ample proof for me that he and his gang deserve the boot - pity he bottled out - as Dave said! Skunk of a politician.
Yep, can't wait to hear you whine like f*cker after Cameron and his cronies get in.

Do you honestly think that the Tories will be any better than what we currently have? I don't. I reckon that after the honeymoon, they'll be worse.

I'd probably vote Tory if that c*nt wasn't in charge. Blair with a mask.
 
#7
The man should not be there, and should subject himself and his party to electoral affirmation instantly.

Until he does that he is no better than any other unappointed head of state (did you like the way I avoided saying dictator there?)
 
#8
Biscuits_AB said:
Zofo said:
The cynical way he has tried to woo Middle England with his inheritance tax movement is ample proof for me that he and his gang deserve the boot - pity he bottled out - as Dave said! Skunk of a politician.
Yep, can't wait to hear you whine like f*cker after Cameron and his cronies get in.

Do you honestly think that the Tories will be any better than what we currently have? I don't. I reckon that after the honeymoon, they'll be worse.

I'd probably vote Tory if that c*nt wasn't in charge. Blair with a mask.
Nothing like an opinion, c*nt
 

mysteron

LE
Book Reviewer
#9
Frankly, I would rate him as lower than a submarine's sh!thouse.

What a spunkbubble this useless thieving, lying jock tw@t is. Justification (in no particular order and not all of my spleen vented):

Bottles election.
Lies about support levels to HM Armed Forces.
F()cks up the farmers.
F()cks up a high street bank.
Steals his opposition's ideas because he knows he will lose

Jocks, apologies but I would ashamed to call him on of your own.
 
#10
class one fcuktard and in fact i believe more reprehensible than Bliar because of his 'the big boys made me do it / i know nothing of the last 10 years attitude' so big fcuk off one eyed cnut,

disclaimer while i try not to swear like a the potty mouth i am in Current affairs, i believe my colorful vernacular is warranted in this particular thread
 
#11
Bit of a wally brain.
 

Sarastro

LE
Kit Reviewer
Book Reviewer
#12
re: How Highly Do You Raise The Prime Minister

If as per usual, not at all.
If on end of rope, very highly.
 
#13
Any of you see the PMQs on the news, where he & Cameron bickered over crap. However Brown made a comment which may have back fired, “there is a petition asking that I hold a general election in 2007……… Only 23 have signed it. "

Its now the fastest growing petition with some 2700+ signature in 6 hours, no doubt Cameron will throw it back at him at the next PMQs.
 
#15
Pox_Dr said:
Any of you see the PMQs on the news, where he & Cameron bickered over crap. However Brown made a comment which may have back fired, “there is a petition asking that I hold a general election in 2007……… Only 23 have signed it. "

Its now the fastest growing petition with some 2700+ signature in 6 hours, no doubt Cameron will throw it back at him at the next PMQs.
do you have a link to that, i wonder if the press pick up on that Gorgo must be wishing that homer simpson was his speach writer :p
 
#18
Gordon Brown
Lower than any piece of dog shit I have ever stepped in.
Wanler of the 1st Order, would like to see him hanginf from any convenient lampost in Whitehall.
Signed the petition too, not that it would do any good but not much other way of telling him what a tosser he is
 
#19
Why do some people forget, that this is the same mong that has been essentially running the country for the last 10 years, by controlling the purse strings as chancellor.
 
#20
I think Brown is simply more of the same that we got from Blair (spin, spin,spin) - but he is still preferable to anything the Tories have (I think lots of people here on ARRSE and elsewhere) have short memories). I am no Tory lover, but can see that it has to be good for the country if they get their act together and at least threaten to challenge neue arbeit.

However, I don't understand why anyone is giving him sh!t about 'bottling' the election... this was something that was talked up out of nothing by the media. I sure as fook wouldn't choose to have a fight I was unlikely to win...
 

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