Miliband (D) to stand down as MP

#1
Not ed but dave , the back stabbed tosser, of to the USA for a job working for a "charideee"

Miliband or milk and or militants . iPad speller not me:)

No loss there then.
 
#5
David that is.
I was just about to head home when the bloke annonced he's buggering off to the States.

Got to hang around with our political editor doing stuff on the story. Anyone watching the beeb - think of me feezing my arse off on the roof.

I reckon he's gone to the UN.


sorry a bit slow (considering where I'm sitting at the moment) this has been done.
 
#6
David that is.
I was just about to head home when the bloke annonced he's buggering off to the States.

Got to hang around with our political editor doing stuff on the story. Anyone watching the beeb - think of me feezing my arse off on the roof.

I reckon he's gone to the UN.
See other thread. He's****ed off to some charity or other.
 
#10
Kin ell pigshyt, if that's your view of what a failed politician is, you need to read more political news. Chris Huhne is no doubt a failed politician. Jeffery Archer is a failed politician as are the many MP's across the political spectrum who quit when they got caught fiddling expenses.

Milliband rose to the higher echelons of the Labour Party and got pipped at the post for the top job. He's quitting to go on to a new job and new interests. Hardly a failure in my book and I certainly can't see why he should be labeled as such!
 
#13
Milliband rose to the higher echelons of the Labour Party and got pipped at the post for the top job. He's quitting to go on to a new job and new interests. Hardly a failure in my book and I certainly can't see why he should be labeled as such!
What good did he do in government? Nothing. He stood by silent as Iraq unfurled. The only thing that distinguished him at the Foreign Office was his trying to use Public Interest Immunity certificates to prevent Binyam Mohammed adducing evidence that he had indeed been tortured by the Americans, in order to defend himself against prosecution in the States.

The man is just another pro-US, Oxbridge Kennedy Scholar who cannot think for himself and takes instruction from Washington. There are plenty of other grinning ***** to replace him.
 
#17
What good did he do in government? Nothing. He stood by silent as Iraq unfurled. The only thing that distinguished him at the Foreign Office was his trying to use Public Interest Immunity certificates to prevent Binyam Mohammed adducing evidence that he had indeed been tortured by the Americans, in order to defend himself against prosecution in the States.

The man is just another pro-US, Oxbridge Kennedy Scholar who cannot think for himself and takes instruction from Washington. There are plenty of other grinning ***** to replace him.
My only point is that he was labeled a failed politico. Many on here and elsewhere for that matter won't like him for a huge swathe of reasons but he's not a failure in the true sense of the word.
 
#18
My only point is that he was labeled a failed politico. Many on here and elsewhere for that matter won't like him for a huge swathe of reasons but he's not a failure in the true sense of the word.
If you look at the office he has held he is a success in that he rose to prominence.

If you look at his record he's a ****ing idiot.
 
#19
He couldn't continue to serve under his brother apparently. His departure is hugley embarrassing for the other Milliband and the party in general.
 
#20
Ho coudln't continue to server under his brother apparently. His departure is hugley embarrassing for the the other Milliband and the party in general.
It was those swivel eyed ***** in the Unions who elected Millibean. They don't even need to be Labour Party members to get one (or several) votes!
 

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