Monday, 10 May 2010

Why is he still in No10?



Has he not been in the Library with the revolver all weekend now?

13 comments:

circus monkey said...

He's still there because he is a hypocritical, sanctimonious git who believes he has a divine right to rool. O.K?

Some Equity said...

He is still there because it was his 'constitutional' duty to continue the government until a new one is ready. What would you have happen between governments otherwise?
Regardless of his failings, I do feel for Mr Brown having to endure every accusation and blame under the sun. Forget '#Nick Clegg's Fault', everything really was blamed on Brown and some of it every bit as ridiculous as the internet jokes. Like all politicians he deserved criticism, but never such vitriol.
I'm curious, will there be the same 'unelected' accusations aimed at the next leader of the Labour party, should the Liberal Democrats choose a coalition with them? If so, then perhaps people who take this view should be campaigning for drastic political reform and a presidency.

idle said...

Obviously not in the library with the revolver.

My turn:

Gordon Brown
In the Nursery
With the Rocking Horse

Scrobs... said...

I missed all that yesterday evening Lils, and also my train...

I feel just utter despair this morning, but take consolation in everyone now realising what sort of politicians we have to endure from now on in - and what a shower of paid rubbish they really are.

Nomad said...

It is because he believes in disproportional representation - ie he lost, so he gets to stay.

Or maybe he still hasn't found the keys to his second home?

call me ishmael said...

And why isn't Cameron, also, in the Library, with his grandfather's Webley, after his catastrophic failure to win a majority against the most hated person in recent political history. How bad do you need to be, in order to fail after so much media support, so much offshore money, against such a discredited, pantomime oppononent? Yes, that's it as bad as Call me Dave and his airhead tottysow, pregnant for the cameras, like some fecund-to-order Marie Antionette, his revolting, born middle-aged stooge, Billboy Hague, of JCB, and Michael Spit-Gove, looking up at his inbred betters in cabinet, down on the poor from which he sprang, gasping to slash their benefits and jobs and pensions, the horrible bastard.

Revolvers all round, I think.

Hemulen said...

Hear, hear Ishmael, what a horrendous lot the Tories are.

lilith said...

But Brown has gone! With immediate effect. Mandelson thought he had IMMENSE dignity, presumably because he expected Gordon to cling onto the door frame screaming.

Sarah looked like her heart was breaking, but it may just have been that her dress was cutting off the circulation to her limbs and she was in a lot of physical pain.

Electro-Kevin said...

Could you repeat the question, Lils ????

call me ishmael said...

The goings are the easy bit, the execrableness of the outgoingee enlarging, usually, the capacity for vileness of the incomingee. Clinton, rotten as ten-day old shit, begat the chimpmonster, Dubya, and WW3 and the Patriot Act and the Crash and Exonn and Haliburton and Guantanamo all the rest of it. The dumbfuck, baggage- shagging Black Wednesday nincompoop, Major, begat Tony and Imelda, and they begat Gordon the Ruiner (well, I did, actually, but you know what I mean) and now he, bombastic gabshite, has ushered-in Cameron and Clegg, a pair of windbagging chumps whose only remedy is cruelty to the most vulnerable.

Their being gone is insufficient, they need prosecuting, Blair Brown and Peter, Lord Crabs, Campbell, too and until they are idiots like Cameron will feel able to act with impunity on tje grounds thst they represent "Change" even though they do nothing of the siort, or, if they do, it's change for the worse.

Scrobs... said...

Lils, she looked like Johnny Cash's wife in 'Hurt'.

I even played it again to make sure...

Trubes said...

I believe that Sarah Brown, behaved with great dignity all the way through, particularly, on the campaign trail.
It's a pity Gordon Brown only showed his humane and, loving side, right at the bitter end!

I just knew he would hang on to the bitter end, sad really, to be filled with such hatred for the Tories, it just boils down to wealth, and priviledge envy.
I would rather have, an educated 'Toff' running the Country than an ignorant loonie Leftie!
It all boils down to 'knowing one's place' as my dear Mama, used to say!

Di.xx

lilith said...

Trubes, I am so relieved not to have every news report start with "Gordon Brown says..."

Sarah looked freaked and miserable when he resigned. Like she knew this was the calm before the flying Nokias....