UKIP, Rochester and UK politics

Okay, so a few things happened in the UK recently.

1) One highly unpleasant shadow cabinet member resigned after tweeting a picture of the house, white van and England flags of a ‘white van man’ living in the Rochester & Strood constituency.  Although the tweet actually said nothing insulting explicitly, it seems that the whole world and his dog knows what the message was; ‘look at the plebs’.  White Van Man is code for a common man who makes a (not great) living carting stuff around for other people.  So, in fact, nothing to be ashamed of.  But when Lady Muckety-Muck arrived and saw this it seems to have offended her delicate sensibilities.  This would have been bad enough for the Tory party which is still suffering the Gate that will not die, the ‘Plebgate’ debacle and it’s on-going legal proceedings.  But the MP in question is Emily Thornberry who is a labour party MP.  Her tweet caused the highly scary alpha leader of the Labour Party Wallace Ed Milliband to give her the full hairdryer treatment…oh the fear.  So she quit.

The ever lovely Emily gets a roasting from the brilliant Andrew Brillo Neil.  You can skip to 1:45 if you wish.  Here she magnificently show cases the blindness of the politicians to the will of the people.

Glad she’s gone, hope she loses her seat next May.

Here’s the Beeb’s coverage

Amusing to see the spin that Wallace was decisive (THE most unpopular leader of a major political party ever – bwahahaha)

2) The election returned UKIP’s second MP to parliament,  just as I said it would.

Nige on winning their 271st (out of 650) best prospect.

Any fun to be had?

The Official Monster Raving Loony Party

The Official Monster Raving Loony Party

The Liberals got 349 votes beating the Official Monster Raving Loony Party (the banner for this post is from their site) – who gave out bananas at the count, and Charlotte Rose (Sexual Freedom party.  She’s a sex worker and sex trainer).  UKIP got 16,867 votes.

Byelection results in full

Here’s the Press Association table with the results, and percentages.

Mark Reckless (UKIP) 16,867 (42.10%)

Kelly Tolhurst (C) 13,947 (34.81%, -14.39%)

Naushabah Khan (Lab) 6,713 (16.76%, -11.70%)

Clive Gregory (Green) 1,692 (4.22%, +2.69%)

Geoff Juby (LD) 349 (0.87%, -15.39%)

Hairy Knorm Davidson (Loony) 151 (0.38%)

Stephen Goldsbrough (Ind) 69 (0.17%)

Nick Long (PBP) 69 (0.17%)

Jayda Fransen (Britain 1st) 56 (0.14%)

Mike Barker (Ind) 54 (0.13%)

Charlotte Rose (Ind) 43 (0.11%)

Dave Osborn (Pat Soc) 33 (0.08%)

Christopher Challis (Ind) 22 (0.05%)

UKIP maj 2,920 (7.29%)

Electorate 79,163; Turnout 40,065 (50.61%, -14.32%)

Posted in Politics, UK, UKIP
122 comments on “UKIP, Rochester and UK politics
  1. Yoda says:

    Hairy Knorm Davidson (Loony)

    Odd party name this is.


  2. Yoda says:

    White Van Man is code for a common man who makes a (not great) living carting stuff around for other people. So, in fact, nothing to be ashamed of.

    Make fun of people who work they do.
    Make fun of people who do not work they should.


  3. Spawny Get says:

    The Official Monster Raving Loony Party is an institution. I remember Screaming Lord Sutch back when I were a nipper.


  4. Yoda says:

    Clive Gregory (Green)

    Represent me they do not.


  5. Cill says:

    We (me, Moe and Pad) would’ve increased Charlotte Rose’s votes to 46 for being the B&D woman


  6. Spawny Get says:

    Earlier in the evening there were wonderful rumours that she might beat the Loony LIBERAL. Damn.



  7. Cill says:

    She had all 43 on a lead at the time. She should’ve switched from S to M and had them put her in the lead.


  8. Spawny Get says:

    She was rumoured to have beaten the Liberal.


  9. Cill says:

    And she knocked Christopher Challis into a cocked hat.


  10. Cill says:

    22 is the number of people not living in Christopher Challis’ house (assuming “ind” is for Indian Party rather than Independent)


  11. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Spawny cannot be a cheesehead, he’s not from Wisconsin.

    Spawny Get,
    The more that I hear about the “Loony” Party, the more I like them.

    In all seriousness, that bit about the white van is bad news. Labour has turned their back on their core constituency. Here in the US, we see this in the Democratic Party. When the realization of this hits, it will not be pleasant.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. Cill says:

    “22 is the number of people not living in Christopher Challis’ house”
    That was an attempted crack at the “household voting”? scandal where Indian men exaggerated the number of voters living in their house.


  13. Spawny Get says:

    Okay, gotcha. Ta


  14. Cill says:

    “Okay, gotcha. Ta”
    Enough to click on my star?


  15. Cill says:

    Loony LIBERAL
    NOW it makes sense! (had me confused before)

    Liked by 1 person

  16. Spawny Get says:

    Yeah, sorry bout that

    Liked by 1 person

  17. Cill says:

    Great Scott what a dreadful speaker. That’s the first time I’ve heard Miliband speak. I can’t work out if he has a speech impediment or just chooses to speak English that way. It’s so bad, I haven’t started to notice his accent yet. He must know this, so why doesn’t he take elocution lessons?


  18. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    It does seem that accommodating the European Union is restricting the autonomy and compromising the sovreignty of the United Kingdom.


  19. Spawny Get says:

    Go ahead punk, make my day…Google Miliband bacon sandwich


  20. Spawny Get says:

    Fuzzie, assuming we get a crowbar strong enough to jimmy the political class’s nose out of the EU crack…hope so.

    Gettin late…cheers


  21. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Spawny Get, sleep well. Yesterday was a long one for you.

    Found this linked on another blog’s comments. Blomberg is is at the van of red pill thinking. Or, it may be Megan McArdle.


  22. Cill says:

    I just have to mention one of the links that your link led to, Fuzzie. An opinion, now, can amount to an assault requiring educators, counselors, and supporters to be on standby:

    “So apparently there was a debate at Brown University earlier this week on campus sexual assault, rape culture and due process. Wendy McElvoy argued the conservative/libertarian side, asserting that, as Reason tells us, ” rape is the work of a small number of serial predators, rather than a cultural phenomenon.”

    … McElroy’s contrarian perspective on rape was in fact so traumatizing for certain members of the campus that they felt they needed to create alternative events. According to The Brown Daily Herald:

    ‘Students who may feel attacked by the viewpoints expressed at the forum or feel the speakers will dismiss their experiences can find a safe space and separate discussion held at the same time in Salomon 203. This “BWell Safe Space” will have sexual assault peer educators, women peer counselors and staff from BWell on hand to provide support.'”


  23. Cill says:

    Here’s a link to the article in the Australian (to save you having to pay for the link from your linked article):


  24. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Thank you. It was gratifying to read that. I am beginning to see what you mean about a “sea change”.
    An amusing thought came to me as I read your other link “assaulted by an opinion”. Make them watch Terrance Popp’s latest.
    Orson Welles laugh.


  25. Cill says:

    I was about to put a comment on another blog, but I’ll put it here as well.

    It’s difficult to explain. I’m not into the spiritual or the mystical, yet can understand why sailors are superstitious. When I’m at sea alone for days on end, I have (or think I have) an enhanced “awareness”. Or perhaps it’s more of a superstition than an awareness. The closest description I can come up with is this: it’s a dread, but it’s not unpleasant dread. Weird, eh. It’s easier for me to call the dread “the underswell”.

    Perhaps it’s because I’m conscious of riding the biggest swell all, which is the actual curvature of the planet itself. The crest of the swell, the horizon, looks close. The sea is the world, and the world has breaths and moods and movements and pulses that make it seem intimate and sentient. The world gives me messages that forwarn me of its changes.

    Whenever I sense an underswell, and get the dread of a happening, it happens. It comes into being. I sometimes put out to sea for no other reason than to shake hands with the dread again, and it never disappoints.

    Reports are now emerging that criticize Feminism head on in ways that would have been unthinkable a few years ago. Take this report from a highly respected newspaper, The Australian :
    “Women’s lib no longer on agenda of today’s authoritarian feminists”
    “Feminism is no longer a women’s liberation movement — it’s a women’s authoritarianism movement.”

    A whole lot of other links on this blog confirm it too. The underswell is becoming a seachange. There will be many surges and setbacks, but nothing can stop a seachange once it has started.


  26. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Something tells me that it will crash and burn with surprising rapidity.


  27. Cill says:

    And I’ll play my fiddle while I watch it burn.


  28. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    A lot has been said about Nero but, that one isn’t true.
    Rather than revenge, wouldn’t it be great if both men and women could start getting along better?
    I could be saying that because I am older. My understanding is that younger men have been hit much harder by all this.


  29. Yoda says:

    The ever lovely Emily gets a roasting from the brilliant Andrew Brillo Neil

    Large she is.
    Carry Yoda on her shoulders she should.
    Good exercise it would be.
    Laugh Yoda would.


  30. Spawny Get says:

    ‘Students who may feel attacked by the viewpoints expressed at the forum or feel the speakers will dismiss their experiences can find a safe space and separate discussion held at the same time in Salomon 203. This “BWell Safe Space” will have sexual assault peer educators, women peer counselors and staff from BWell on hand to provide support.’”

    That was a great link. This ties in with the r/K theory book by Anonymous Conservative. Free as an ebook periodically. I used to think that this was a load of old cobblers, but it might actually be true that these nuts are caused actual problems by thoughts that crash their amygdala. I don’t think that such people (who clearly cannot handle reality) should be teaching anything to anybody, or voting. When the whole thing comes down, perhaps we can convert their university departments into asylums / assisted living (secure units).

    The book, which is FREE every now and again

    register here to be notified when it is free.


  31. Spawny Get says:

    Went to leave a comment on the Lancaster link, but you have to be on facebook to do it…so that’s out. These people just don;t like anonymous comments, do they? They need to know who is making the comment before they can judge whether the comment is basically true or not – rabbit thinking; it’s dangerous to disagree with the herd, it’s dangerous to agree with someone who disagrees with the herd. Weak.


  32. Spawny Get says:

    From Cill’s excellent Australian link. Based Mom will be interviewed / has been (no time to check right now)

    For the next episode of Counterpoint on Radio National, which I’m hosting while Amanda Vanstone is away, I’ve interviewed American libertarian feminist Christina Hoff Sommers. She tells me we need a new women’s liberation movement: this time women need liberation from modern feminism, she says, from this “very oppressive philosophy” that is “depressing, demoralising and the opposite of what feminism should be”. She’s right.

    Great article BTW…written by a marxist!

    great read.


  33. Spawny Get says:

    (jewish) Ed Milliband attempts to prove how normal he is by eating a bacon sandwich.

    Strangely enough, I don’t care whether the guy can eat a bacon sandwich, or what his religion is…it’s the fact he’s a gimp that I wouldn’t want near the levers of a child’s toy digger, let alone the levers of state. And there’s no obvious alternative leader in his odious party.


  34. Spawny Get says:

    Is the lefty media too much for old style lefties? Ones that claimed to be capable of independent thought.


  35. Spawny Get says:

    That GamerGate block list has blocked judges in a games competition…funny shit on twitter right now.


  36. Yoda says:

    Ed Milliband attempts to prove how normal he is by eating a bacon sandwich.

    Wife made sammich she did?


  37. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    There is something that bothers me about a Jewish politician eating pork to impress his constituancy. He didn’t need to to do that and no one would have cared if he took a pass om it.


  38. Yoda says:

    Kosher pork it might be.
    EU power to make so it has.


  39. Yoda says:

    There are no logically consistent rules. If there were some rule of common sense to all of this—or any rules at all—that would be one thing. The feminist orthodoxy would constitute a new sexual etiquette

    One important rule there is.
    Create tingles he does?
    Consistency naturally it comes.


  40. Yoda says:

    Writers like “is dead” articles they do.
    Meme makes little sense it does.
    Do they think wonder one does.


  41. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    It is all about tingles. Would that tingles were subject to predictible laws of nature.


  42. Moehau Man says:

    Yes well I do wish you foreign jokers could learn to speak the mother tongue as we antipodeans do. By “sammich” I presume you mean “sammy”? Mrs Moehau Man (my stalwart old mum) says she draws the line at “sarnie”.


  43. Cill says:

    Of all that irks me about feminism, “absolutes presented as facts” irks the most. Feminists don’t need facts. Who needs facts when you can have absolutes instead? Absolutes are way easier because you can make ’em up to suit yourself and the main stream media will swallow ’em hook line and sinker.

    Christina Hoff Sommers debunks the most slavishly-regurgitated absolutes:!5-Feminist-Myths-That-Will-Not-Die-by-Christina-Hoff-Sommers/c15kh/9A52C4DB-E006-41F9-8C5C-11B923EEDCF9


  44. Padawan says:

    Yoda Subjugates Emily Thornberry (by Padawan, Poet Laureate 2014 – ?)

    To her shoulder Yoda appends,
    Her mouthpiece with verbs on all ends,
    He does derring-do
    With Emily too
    When over before him she bends


  45. Yoda says:

    A lot has been said about Nero but, that one isn’t true.

    Actually true it is.
    Marie Antoinette Nero’s wife she was.
    Distributed cake to fire fighters she did.


  46. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Tingles make me sad. It’s not like I am a magician who can turn them on and off like a light bulb.


  47. Cill says:

    Hi Spawny and Fuzzie and all! 🙂

    Mollie Hemingway is so cool with sweet as name! Yay!


    I love it when big cuz and I sit at computers in his office, he works while I fool and look around. Let me give y’all a Molly tour.

    I see Uriah Heep slopey desks round the walls ‘cept no inkwells and quills. It is soo *quiet* ‘cept a pencil thingy does spidery lines on one big sheet. Said pencil is held by one awesome contraption thing going up and down and round. These slopey desks are too high for little me 😦 so I wait till big cuz stares out the window then I unfolds t’ steps and sneaks up for a nosey. 😉 There are lines and angles and degrees and…. aw lordy knows. He lets me look coz he knows frilly Molly is wakarimasen, too stem-dumb for idear.

    It is soo peaceful. I must get this comment in or he’ll beat me to it (he comments to relax, so he sez). I’m itching to interrupt him but he needs to work. I should go out and walk the horse!

    Love t’yall from a peaceful Sunday am 🙂
    Molly xx


  48. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Hi Molly, say “Hi” to the horse for us.


  49. Cill says:

    HI hoss!


  50. Cill says:

    I did go out and say “Hi hoss from Fuzzie”. I said Hi to the dog too but we’s a bit different. Cill’s always telling me no sudden movements and not to approach too close to Dog. I’d like to make friends with Dog but I don’t try coz it makes Cill go all twitchy and anxious.

    I’ve met some penguins but not one Bear ‘cept the nice one here on spawny space / spawnys pace. 😉

    Molly 🙂


  51. Yoda says:

    Yoda unloved he feels.


  52. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Good to hear from you!

    Say “Hi” to Molly!


  53. Yoda says:

    Tingles make me sad.

    Civilization weeps.


  54. Yoda says:

    Molly hi.


  55. Cill says:

    Yoda Hi! 😀

    My bro luuvs Yoda, not much he don’t know about you Jedi master!
    Lotsa interesting people here!

    Molly 🙂


  56. Cill says:

    Spawny Fuzzie Yoda

    Don’t let me interrupt. I’ll listen in if you don’t mind, or speak if you wish, or get lost.
    I got no deeds to do, no promises to keep…

    Molly xxx


  57. Moehau Man says:

    Yes well, young Molly is not sounding too “forward” to me. While she’s behaving we might let her in, at a pinch. Temporarily only, mind.


  58. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Here’s a bear video.


  59. Cill says:

    Hi Moe

    Gee thanks! 😉

    The video bear didn’t chase hard or that guy would be bear poop already! 😀

    Molly 🙂


  60. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    More bear video needed.


  61. Moehau Man says:

    Yes, well, Mrs Moehau Man (my soul-of-decorum old mum) will be keeping a watchful eye…


  62. Cill says:

    Mr Mowey Moehau Man

    Tell your old mum not to worry, I gonna go fix us some brunch so she can relax till I’m back!

    (tummy rumbles) 🙂

    Love, Molly xx


  63. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Ha anyone told Molly what food means to bachelors? It makes them go crazy.

    Things have hit a luill on this thread. Someone needs to say something controversial.


  64. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Some of this stuff we talk about can come off pretty harsh. It’s because the boys have been hurt. Maybe we’re a little afraid to put you off as you are Cill’s cousin.


  65. Moehau Man says:

    Brunch! Good-o! But don’t forget to make enough for us plus Mrs Moehau Man (my peckish old mum)


  66. Cill says:

    Just going to watch replay of NZ vs Wales. I’ll keep Molly with me, outta trouble 😉


  67. Yoda says:

    An undesirable Spawny is,


  68. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Now, why on Earth would feminists have it in for Kentucky Fried Chicken?
    This whole thing is starting to get a bit thick. These feminists are so wacky!


  69. Yoda says:

    This whole thing is starting to get a bit thick.

    Colonel stands for Confederacy.
    Confederacy stands for oppression.
    Women always oppressed they are.
    Even when not they are.


  70. Yoda says:

    The biggest communication problem is that most women see “relationship” as a positive thing. Most men see it as an ambiguous thing. So, when the selling point of Little Miss Real Life over Jane Pornstar is “relationship,” you can see where it’s not going to be very appealing

    Much truth here is.


  71. Farm Boy says:

    The conformists hate that their groupthink doesn’t extend to everyone and are taken by surprise that the geeks don’t care if they are invited to the party. They learned long ago that they weren’t invited in the first place and many made their own world that didn’t depend on being popular. One thing about being on the outside is that it can be freeing and allow one to fight back without restraint. The conformists can’t forgive that.

    “Unforgivable, that’s what you are.”

    Fuzzie Bear, your cue.


  72. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    About the “Geeks on Strike” link, I have the awful feeling that younger men have had more to deal with than older men in a short span of time in relation to women. Education has become a destination career for feminists and they do pick on boys.

    It may not be that they have it in for the Colone, they may be trying to send business to Wendy’s.


  73. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Farm Boy,
    I think Joan Jett has claimed to be a feminist. I was going to play “I Hate Myself For Loving You” but, this is more upbeat.
    NO luck finding “Unforgivable”.


  74. Cill says:

    The final score was NZ 34 Wales 16
    Quite a good game


  75. Cill says:

    Yoda, Fuzzie,
    Marie Antoinette cakes, Nero fiddle, neither is true (as all 3 of us already know).
    Marrying them up was an innovative idea, Yoda. If we did the same with fembot codswallop, it would be a bigamy bigger than all the solo mums married to the State.


  76. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    I don’t think we need to tell any fibs or tall tales about fembots/ The truth is scary enough.
    I hope that Molly had a good time.


  77. Cill says:

    Mollie is here for the night and will get away first thing in the morning. She’s an owl. Presently she’s fishing down on the reef.

    I’m sure she had a good time. She wouldn’t stick around if she didn’t. She’s curious about you guys.


  78. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    I have to admit that I was a little afraid of putting the wrong foot forward with Molly.
    She does sound sweet.


  79. Farm Boy says:

    Fuzzie Bear,

    This is what I had in mind.


  80. Cill says:

    She looks plenty sweet too, with plenty unwanted suitors. That’s it from me re Molly, except to say I’ve seen her draw the line and acquit herself pretty well. She can speak for herself.

    Getting back to Kentucky Fried, is it worth me checking it out or just another “just another”?


  81. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    I wouldn’t go out of my way for Kentucky Fried Chicken but, it is a success story.


  82. Cill says:

    Forget KFC, that Nat King Cole is lickin’ good. Some old rellie way back in my past played him on vinyl records and called him “the king”. There was an even older one, Josh White, who sang with his daughter, and also his son (I think). Some wonderful music is locked in the past. That Nat King Cole is smooth voice.


  83. Cill says:

    Yeah, today I’ve learned KFC is “Kentucky Fried Chicken”. That is valuable info that I will take to my grave, sooner than later if I keep eating it. Why did they stop using “finger licking good”? Seems like a good ad jingle went to waste.


  84. Farm Boy says:

    White patriarchal oppressor,

    Liked by 1 person

  85. Cill says:

    He sold it all for 2 mill? Bwahahahahaha!


  86. Farm Boy says:

    Another Colonel Sanders. One who is chicken.


  87. Cill says:

    So why did KFC stop using “finger licking good”? Anyone know?


  88. Padawan says:

    Up high
    Down low
    Too slow


  89. Cill says:

    “finger licking good” was too “slow”?


  90. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    While the slogan is not offensive in English, could it be elsewhere? Kentucky Fried Chicken is worldwide.


  91. Cill says:

    A-million-and-one-things were offensive in English before the days of rampant inflation. Looking back to Victorian times, there was an anti-white-civilization vogue way back then. Whites are the only people on this planet who have this innate self poo-pooing attitude. Why? Maybe you older men can tell me? Why this determination to destroy everything white men built? It wasn’t entirely white women, I know that much.


  92. Farm Boy says:

    Whites are the only people on this planet who have this innate self poo-pooing attitude. Why? Maybe you older men can tell me?

    Two things
    1. Many people are stupid.
    2. It feels good to be righteous

    And if you are not white, then “it pays to be a victim”.


  93. Cill says:

    But it’s internal to us, Farm Boy. We are the ones being stupid and feeling righteous about the wrongness of ourselves. We started this process off. And now the world has cottoned onto it.

    No other races do this. I can say that for a fact.


  94. Cill says:

    “Other programs in the new lineup include the weekly drama series A Life Unburdened, starring Treat Williams as a man who enjoys a series of meaningless sexual encounters and then dies rich and happy, and the hit Catching Up, in which two old college friends get together to drink cheap beer and eat sandwiches for 60 minutes.”

    I can’t wait Yoda!

    Listening Molly 🙂


  95. Cill says:

    Edit – Yoda I can’t wait !

    Molly listening 🙂


  96. Cill says:

    Here it’s only 7:35 in the afternoon. From Molly and me, out.


  97. Cill says:

    Blissful dreams Fuzzie and Yoda!

    🙂 Molly


  98. Cill says:

    Molly parting thought,2699/

    “I was touched by the moment when Gary realized he could murder his controlling wife, get away with it, and go on to lead a normal, happy life on his own,” Lifetime for Men devotee Gary Zander said”

    HahahahA! 😉

    Goodnight lovelly men!

    Molly 🙂


  99. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    I didn’t find it all theat funny. It’s like Lifetime’s programming is giving women a roadmap.
    Then, there’s Canadian law professor Elizabeth Sheehy, Who is counselling women to murder husbands in their beds and use DV as an excuse to escape legal consequences.
    Maybe it is good in that, the fembots will throw a tizzy and it can be pointed out how entertainment is providing tools to women who want to murder husbands.


  100. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Molly, it was good to have you here.


  101. Cill says:

    We are all demeaned:

    [video src="" /]


  102. Cill says:


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    zen <——


  103. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    I’d like to see what you linked to but, it doesn’t work. 😦


  104. Spawny Get says:

    Fuzzie, I added the ‘Zen <—-' try downloading that and playing it – works for me. Don't know why it doesn't just play in situ.


  105. Spawny Get says:



  106. Cill says:

    The second time, I made sure I pasted just the url itself, but wordpress automatically added the brackets and quotes and “video src=”


  107. Spawny Get says:

    That ‘No shit, Sherlock’ moment
    Senior Conservative and Labour Parliamentarians: Our Parties Are Out of Touch and Need to Change

    Just days after the insurgent UK Independence Party made electoral history by winning two by-elections in a row, leading members of both the Conservative and Labour Parties have decried their respective parties as out of touch. Labour Member of Parliament David Lammy said that Labour was “culturally adrift”, whilst his Parliamentary colleague, Conservative David Davis said the electorate had rejected the establishment.

    David Davis was the competitor to Cameron for the leadership of the Tory party. They chose the PR empty suit, they chose the wrong guy.


  108. Yoda says:

    Goodnight lovelly men!

    Friends green with envy they are.


  109. Cill says:

    “That ‘No shit, Sherlock’ moment”
    I dimly recall that expression from my distant past, and seeing it again has got my laughing my head off, especially since the comments of those politicians are so dumb. At their every sentence I hear ‘No shit, Sherlock’ in my head. Bwoohahahaha!

    Liked by 1 person

  110. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Spawny Get,
    The magnitude of the subject of your last two comments is beginning to sink in.
    How did these politicos get so far in life? I don’t know if it’s spupidity or hubris.

    Liked by 1 person

  111. Spawny Get says:

    Fuzzy (and Cill)
    the disconnect of the political class from the people and the interests of the people is absolutely stunning, isn’t it? UKIP has only got anywhere because the two and a half (maybe just two now) parties will NOT talk about the issues that people care about. But, they CAN’T talk about them because every issue the public cares about has come about due to the EU. And the EU will not allow the UK to address those issues. Every time Call-me-Dave talks about renegotiating ‘X’ within the EU, the EU top-nobs just say that it isn’t possible to change ‘X’. Just flat out! They don’t even bother lying any more. Now whether they were doing that so that Millbland would get in (an even bigger europhile and sucker than CamerMong), I don’t know. But currently the EU is having the effect of making UKIP the only possible choice for addressing the UK’s problems.

    Dave is still pushing the ‘if I’m the next PM, leader of an absolute majority in parliament of ‘Conservatives’, I’ll renegotiate and give you all a referendum…pinky promise.’


    Dave, you have no credibility. Ed is a complete disaster. Clegg is a dead mong walking.

    The run up to the General Election (GE) next May is going to be entertaining.

    In the meantime, however, we keep getting announcements of UK money and resources being given to the EU, UN, Africa etc etc Dave, the alleged conservative, is nearly as big a spendaholic as the labour party was. He seems to think that he can buy favour with us by giving our cash away…the guy’s a frigging idiot. Now what that says about the rest of the party that follows him? nothing good. Labour is stuck with Ed, the gimp that they so richly deserve (fair to say that all the alternative leaders are shite too). The liberal party is shagged.


  112. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Somebody is talking to their constituents. Will wonders ever cease?


  113. Spawny Get says:

    I’m not optimistic, Fuzzie. But at least I’m getting some lols.



  114. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    It can’t be good government unless it has the confidence of the public.
    I don’t want to thinkabout what it will change into if there is no confidence.


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