Monday, May 03, 2010

Why was he in her house for 40 minutes?

It turns out that Gordon Brown spent most of his time in Gillian Duffy's Rochdale home trying to get her to come outside with him to shake his hand on camera. Usually surrounded by apparatchiks who obey his every whim, he will have been mightily displeased when she continually refused.

Oh dear. How sad. Never mind.

It also turns out she had some whisky in the house and was thinking of offering it to him, but in the end she couldn't bring herself to do it. Perhaps if she'd had an illegal revolver to offer too, with a single bullet, she might have! :-)

Gordon Brown really is a disgrace. Thank goodness we only have four more days to put up with this Stalinist monster.

BTW, I hope the click-through works, but if it does, click through the photo below and you might be able to watch Jon Stewart's take on 'Bigotgate'. Go through the whole thing, but the Gillian Duffy episode starts with 3:30 to go. The moment at the end when Gordon Brown's political soul leaves his body is worth waiting for:


Andrew said...

Gordon ‘asked, “Do you ever come down to London? If you ever come down you must come to No.10 and meet me and Sarah,”’ Mrs Duffy revealed. ‘Well, I just looked at him. I didn’t like to say it, but all I could think was, “I don’t think you’ll be there.”’

My favorite part.

Jack Maturin said...

Brown really is living in a dreamland.

Gekko said...

"Mrs Duffy says she will not vote for Mr Brown – or indeed for any other party – on Thursday"

Me neither. Maybe Brown has turned her into an anarchist!

Jack Maturin said...

He's turning many people into anarchists.

And when the Lib-Lab pact is formed to create a socialist government which is impossible to remove via democracy, he'll create a lot more.