Friday, 20 February 2009

Kaboom!

Regarding the current leadership battle in Zanu-Labour, does anybody think that if Gordon Brown is being forced out he will take it lying down? Does he look like the kind of bloke who will do what’s best for anybody but himself? Right now he’s plotting his victory at the next general election with phantom Labour voting Battalions being moved round Berlin the UK. The man is deluded, he’ll keep muttering “the do nothing party, started in America” like a Hare Krishna brainwashing chant until they drag him off to his padded room in the cuff-less white coat.

I suspect that if he is told that the Jig is up; that he’s been found out by the general public as the lying incompetent fuckwitt he is Gordon will spring into action. Stopped from hobnobbing with “The One” at the G-20 summit and basking in his role as “Saviour of the world by the “backstabbers” of ZNL he will go for the Nuclear Option. Go to the electorate knowing full well the party will have to rally round him and he will stay in power until after the canap├ęs and photo opportunities of the G-20. This is the Brown moment you see, it’s his time, and nobody – but nobody - is going to take it away from him! Never, never, never! Just you wait until that photo with Obama, the people will see, I am a genius.

Obviously this coincides with what’s best for the Tories. Either hope Brown goes to the electorate and loses, being replaced by Harridan Harperson which should give the Tories another 25 years or so to fix the problem. Alternatively Harridan Harperson takes over when he calls the election, looses. And then she says she hasn’t had enough time to reform the party, and the loss wasn’t her fault – it was Gordons and fights the following election – which should give the Tories another 35 years or so to fix the problem. Obviously, if Yvette (Mrs “So What” Balls) Cooper takes over then the Tories might have 20 years before they have to fight a tough general election. The Holy Grail so to speak for the Tories is Lord Mandelson of Rio taking over, the Conservatives will be in power until we all bugger off to colonise Mars.



10 comments:

Mark Wadsworth said...

"this co-insides with what’s best for the Tories. Either hope Brown goes to the electorate and looses"

'coincides' and 'loses' actually, apart from that, agreed.

Not that I think the Tories will be much better than Labour, 'not as bad' is the phrase that springs to mind.

Travelgall said...

Thanks. Written in a hurry.

Melvin Cragsbury said...

As all doomed Governments, they will continue to rip themselves apart up to their death at the ballot box. But as to replacing Brown, it really is the land of the little people. No one of any stature. Such a similar situation to the Tories in 1997 it's uncanny.

Mitch said...

If a tub of lard stood against nulabia it would be in power for ever.

AsYouLikeIt said...

Face it, you're fucked. No Tory government is ever going to be in power for that long to fix things up, if they do/can. Looking at the wiki page for UK expediture, 27% is spent on "social protection" and another 18% is spent on healthcare, another 5% is spent on interest payments. 50%!
From a demographic/electoral point of view the cards are stacked against everyone born after the babyboomers, the people who put the "I" in "I".

InExile said...

Oh, how I wish. because even the most mediocre of politicians could govern better than these arse clowns. Regrettably, your Conservative TiO (Time in Office) predictions are off- you credit the British public with far too much intelligence. For us to vote ZanuLabour in not once, but twice, is a FUCKING disgrace, the very thought of which leaves me foaming Alpen at the mouth as I write. Mostly, it's the lack of action, the miserable absence of response to the mind numbing incompetence and the gross ass-assault on our freedoms that gets me. Travelgall and Jackart I would be interested to get your take on the electorate- is there any fucking hope?

As said...

How did it get to this, you, the British, your history, the metal you've shown....I feel at a loss,

Henry Crun said...

I have heard from someone wot knows, that Tories are expecting Gordo to call an election at the earliest opportunity should he "do alright" in the local and European elections.

He won't, Labour will be well and truly trounced at both.

Henry Crun said...

As said... In a word, Apathy.

Stravagantisimo said...

To denounce the politicians when the country is run by bureaucratic oligarchies in Whitehall and Brussels is to blame the monkey because the organ grinder is playing the wrong tune. A change of simians will not change the nature of the dance.

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