Saturday, June 20, 2009

Gordon Brown: 'I could walk away from office tomorrow'

Does anyone in Britain doubt that we are being ruled over by a delusional madman living in a bizarre fantasy land, in which a glorious undiscovered country of wondrous socialism is just around the corner?

Well, if you know anyone like that, just point them at this hilarious article to put them right.

I don't think I've laughed so much since this petulant Queen's Dance of the Comedian video.


Anonymous said...

The point being of course that he has no interest in high office having been thrust into the position by admiring colleagues who felt that nobody else could do the job.

Gordon has no interest in legacy issues nor indeed in his place in history, or otherwise and his only reason for agreeing reluctantly to fill the position of PM was to get on with the job of getting us out of the mess the Americans got us into in the first place.

So, no wonder the poor chap is distressed at the rather oafish comments about his efforts when for his part his actions have always been selfless.

He is here to serve his country and is getting on with the job I bet you don't let this post through your tight moderators

Jack Maturin said...

Hear, hear. Sir. He has been much diabused, and I for one am glad that you have seen through the poor man's dastardly treatment.

God save the Queen (of Downing Street).