Saturday, 1 May 2010

"I Fight Every Day for My Future"


Iain Dale's title on his blog, post showing this video, was 'Brown Shows His Inner Weakness (Again).

As you can see mine is "I fight every day for my future"(1:11). That says it all to me.

Another party faithful meeting when labour remove a heckler from the room. For all his years in politics I would have thought Gordon Brown was capable of handling one single heckler, but alas no.

He sounds utterly desperate, but of course he is. For so long his desire was for the electorate to endorse his prime ministerial appointment. There's no doubt his support is slip-sliding away.

(I have removed the note that was here originally as Julian informed me that the information was incorrect).

17 comments:

increasinglymiffed said...

The heckler is
http://www.fountaincourt.co.uk/julian-borthwick/

Allan said...

... and not very well.

I think that it is now clear that, barring some sort of reversal of fortune, Brown will not be Prime Mnister by this time next week. Barring some sort of miricle, unfortunatly Brown will remain New Labour leader despite his leadership and his performance during this campaign being even more of a disaster than his previous 34 months in office.

The real tragedy is that none of the Scottish parties appear able to lay a single finger on New Scottish Labour - so we will elect another 40+ wasters to Westminster next week.

William said...

If I were manhandled like that I would seriously consider bringing a charge of assault against the perpetrator.
On the other hand I might just retaliate (a Glasgow kiss anyone?) and plead self-defence.
William Brown

Alan Wallace Jury Team said...

A more damaging view

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-N93RP9t7s

Crinkly & Ragged Arsed Philosophers said...

What's the difference in a clown chosen by a caucus and one employed by a circus?

One amuses the other confuses.

Or one acts the goat; the other is the goat.

Feel free to enhance.

Oldrightie said...

Or one has the nation by it's throat to fiddle and steal every vote.

subrosa said...

Thanks for the link increasinglymiffed. Would be interesting to know what Mr Borthwick's point was wouldn't it?

subrosa said...

Labour gets their main support from Scotland Allan. Without it these days they wouldn't exist.

subrosa said...

Knowing the man is a barrister he may well take action William.

subrosa said...

Alan, thanks so much for that link. Very enlightening indeed. The man was only commenting on the economy. What rough treatment and they way in which he was spoken to by labour luvvies was disgusting.

Billy said...

Browns speech was the same scaremongering crap he came out with on the third debate...doesn't seem to have sunk in that it got him last place by a mile.

All those suckers sitting there clapping and cheering the guy who has bankrupted the UK and who is the guy who is going to be responsible for the huge cuts, unemployment and tax rises that will come and affect them as well as everyone else after the election no matter who wins.

If Labour voters were like lemmings then the country would be a much better place as they all followed each other over the cliff.

Crinkly & Ragged Arsed Philosophers said...

Every day Brown fights for his future - the ordinary people and pensioners of this Union fight for their existence.

subrosa said...

You know RA, you've said something there I've been pondering about. The over 60s have been ignored in all this. The big boys have been playing to the young vote and to hell with the folk who worked and payed taxes to get them where they are today.

Crinkly & Ragged Arsed Philosophers said...

Rosa, if I seriously thought I'd grafted and paid taxes for them to get where they are today I'd either commit suicide or become a serial killer.

Nah, like the rest of my fellow citizens I've been scammed and ripped off. It's more palatable to think of it like that.

subrosa said...

Yes RA, but that's only because it's a reason which makes it tolerant for us.

Fausty said...

... which is one of the reasons he was rejected by the populace.

Not seeing his ugly mug, not having to hear his bile and not having to put up with his 'goverment's' vile laws is bloody fantastic!

The coalition seems to have a good program of government. I particularly like the petition element, which gives us the opportunity of tabling a motion by petition.

Fausty said...

I particularly like the coalition's desire to enable petitions to trigger debates in parliament.

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