Saturday, January 30, 2010

Through The Looking Glass

I just peeked into “Tory Bear” like curious Alice , coo, look at this he iz on da telly . I pause to monetarily to muse on why a done nothing nobody who publishes a tiresomely jolly student scrap book is brought to a wider audience, but no matter .He sounds like Boris Johnson and that will probably do for me . Anyway I was reminded by Alex, ( Conservative-voters-are moral-equivalents-of-paedophiles ), Hilton ,that all the support for S. Hussein and world terrorism came from New Labour . True dat . Conservatives voted to a man for the great big adventure ( WMDs or no) whereas New Labour produced the largest rebellion in their history .
Clare Short resigned and called the Blair/Brown coven liars
“The Security Council resolution that you and Jack have so secretly negotiated contradicts the assurances I have given in the House of Commons and elsewhere about the legal authority of the occupying powers, and the need for a UN-led process to establish a legitimate Iraqi government. This makes my position impossible."
The late Robin Cooke called Blair/Brown, Bushy poodles
“What has come to trouble me most over past weeks is the suspicion that if the hanging chads in Florida had gone the other way and Al Gore had been elected, we would not now be about to commit British troops."
We know from Alistair Campbell that Brown was in the loop . This means the current mania for a seven year old spat is "Through the looking glass", peculiar . Conservatives are saying we like the war but we do not like the porkies . Fibs however ,were only necessary because New Labour management could not control the superannuated baby boomer flower children on their own side . With the Blairites routed we can be confident that rogue States will be appeased by the next Labour government whatever the risk to our security .
Some will think that a goods thing ….Jeremy Corbyn for Defence Secretary anyone ? My theory is that Ainsworth wandered in looking for janitorial work and got interviewed by mistake so why not .Wise man say ."White flag him cheap , we gonna die but with bigger Tee pee "


Bill Quango MP said...

I too have started looking at Tory Bear. Its not really my thing but he got a bookmark. I quite like the Guy News but would expand it myself.

Its easier to write sketches for characters.Weather girl, economics correspondent, lobby fodder. And they can be inserted when the actual news isn't ready.
I did like the GMTV take off.They looked good on that.

Philipa said...

Alex Hilton = nerdy tosser.

Newmania said...

Yes I like that as well BQ

Quite so Phillipa

Auntie Flo' said...

I like Guy News too. Though I'm not keen on Tory Bear, Emily Nomates is brilliant, she's going far, is Em.

Campaigning's still going great guns here in the Socialist Republic of Harlow, or my part of it is: I haven't heard this week's results yet. I was out canvassing almost all of Saturday and one evening last week.

Haven't seen hide or hair of Lib Dems or zanulab campaigners yet: poor dears, I expect it's too icy for them on the door steps of Harlow these days :o)

Auntie Flo' said...

Hey, Newms, a lovely little old Welshman said to me yesterday:

"I hate bloody Tories!"

"You don't hate me, do you?", I said, from beneath my saddest and most self deprecating expression.

"No, I don't 'ate you", he said.

"Good!", says I, "ok, shake on it and agree to you make sure you keep nice and warm, Mr D, it's taters out here.

"Would you like a cup of tea?", says he.

"Oh, thank you, you're so kind, but I'll get left behind if I do...anyway, what are you doing offering tea to a Conservative?"

"Yes, well, you're not all the same are you?", he replied with a blush.

"We've changed", I said, "David Cameron and Rob Halfon are lovely"

"Bloody Tories!", says he, "I hate bloody Tories!" :o)

Newmania said...

Very Good Flo , yes I rather like Emily No mates

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