Sunday, August 31, 2008

Sunday spot: Comeback of the month

As August comes to an end the following exchange on "Political Betting" made me laugh: it began with a poster defending "Roger" who is one of the few remaining defenders of the Labour government (though no longer Gordon Brown) on the site. After Roger had got the Turkish Riviera mixed up with the Caribbean while attacking David Cameron's holiday arrangements, C. Gifford posted this as post 194:

But you do have to admit that the disaster that is this Labour Government is getting incredibly boring. It just goes on and on and gets worse and worse.

So all credit to Roger for breaking the monotony with his demonstration just how incredible Cameron is as well.

by C. Gifford August 31st, 2008 at 12:56 pm

Prompting this reply as post 199


“this Labour Government is getting incredibly boring.”

Perhaps there is some milage in the idea that a ‘Labour’ government acting for a decade like Tories, implementing Tory policiies, is completely bamboozling for parliament, the Press and the people. Maybe we should actually have ‘proper’ Tories running the same Tory agenda for a while so that when we are dug deeper into the same hole for a few more years the true identity of the malevolent forces dragging us under would at least be plain?

by wage slave August 31st, 2008 at 1:00 pm

And finally

199 - The identities of malevolent forces dragging us under, aren’t exactly a secret. I believe their leader resides in No 10, Downing Street.

by Ed P August 31st, 2008 at 1:06 pm

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