Woman ‘too pretty for politics’ says Harriet Barbie-Bus Harman


To be fair, Hatie denies it, but given her general lack of credibility (maybe that’s just me and my opinion?) that denial has failed to convince anyone with a brain and a memory.

The Battle of the Barbie Bus was just the start of the problems for self-appointed chief feminist Harriet Harman after a fellow Labour Party member took to twitter to say the now deputy leader told her she was “far too pretty to be interested in politics”.

Did she have a point? You be the judge

I must admit that in my humble opinion Hatie’s latest lapse in judgement probably lies more in the uttering than in the validity of the opinion. Hatie’s own eligibility to be interested in politics is disputed by no one with eyes or ears.

This new controversey is quite inconvenient as it follows close on the heels of Harpy’s controversial Pink Cerise Magenta who are they trying to kid? pink van. Hatie signed off the colour. In all it’s glory here’s Hatie’s Barbie Bus

Some claim that the arrows add a crrepy phallic taint to the design. Thoughts?

Final twist

Ms Harman continued to dig herself deeper into a hole when she told people not to worry because she wouldn’t be driving it, leading some people to believe she felt women were inferior drivers.

The Unite union have donated a male driver to assist the Labour women on the campaign trail.

If the driver is lucky, he’ll have hearing issues.

Once again, being a white knight, I am forced to come to Hatie’s defence over the ‘inferior driver’ issue. Her own driving record is indeed tarnished Harriet Harman prosecuted over car crash, two offences of driving without due care and attention and driving whilst using a hand-held mobile phone.

Other offences to be taken into account:
“Ms Harman was banned from driving for seven days and fined £400 in February 2003 for speeding at 99mph on a motorway.” (99mph? very convenient as a 100mph conviction is a whole new legal ballgame)
“In September 2007, she pleaded guilty by post to another speeding offence and was fined £60 and given three penalty points for exceeding a temporary speed limit in Suffolk in April 2007.”

Readers seeking to search for the car crash story need to avoid distracting search results such as
“Harriet Harman car crash interview with Andrew Neil (18Jan15)”

N.B. Bear in mind that Hatie is the elected Deputy Leader of the Labia Labour Party. Admittedly one does not have to be cream to float to the top of that bunch of useless, incompetent chancers. Or the Tory Party. Or the other lot, the Zombie Party iirc, led by Cleggie (for now).

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34 comments on “Woman ‘too pretty for politics’ says Harriet Barbie-Bus Harman
  1. Spawny Get says:

    Breitbart article contains spelling mistake shocker

    The pink Labour bus will travel around the country, visiting 70 constituencies in order to create at “Domesday Book” of women’s demands from the next government ahead of the election. The aim is to show Labour take women’s concerns seriously, including childcare, equal pay and tackling domestic violence.

    That is not how you spell Doom.
    Additional; This is what doom looks like

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  2. Spawny Get says:

    Another Breitbart article putting these debacles in perspective; Labour Offence Watch; Who will they alienate next week?

    Last week the Labour Party managed to offend British business, teachers and nuns.

    In the seven days since then, Miliband and his team have further succeeded in antagonising the British Chamber of Commerce, people who drink Irn-Bru, the family of the murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler, and fifty percent of the entire population.

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  3. Yoda says:

    deputy leader told her she was “far too pretty to be interested in politics”.

    Sexist this would be.
    Punishment forthcoming it will?

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  4. Yoda says:

    Perhaps meant this she did.
    “Pretty you are”
    “Exploit you appearance you should”
    “Exploit she you can,
    steal (legally) when you cannot”

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  5. Yoda says:

    antagonising the British Chamber of Commerce, people who drink Irn-Bru

    Irn-Bru?
    Aye.
    Capital offense this is.

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  6. Spawny Get says:

    “Punishment forthcoming it will?”

    Well, she’s had to go through life as Harriet. Some might see that as cruel and unusual punishment. Then there’s her hubby Jack Dromey, not sure who’s the greatest victim there.

    Harriet is a big fan of women only candidate lists for MPs (Members of Parliament), mysteriously her hubby managed to find a lovely safe seat to stand in without such a list being applied.

    Jack

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  7. Yoda says:

    Yoda confused he was.
    Britanese difficult it is.

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  8. Spawny Get says:

    Irn-Bru is, as with Dandelion and Burdock, a great hangover medicine. I quite like both.

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  9. Spawny Get says:

    “Britanese” surprised you didn’t muck it up with a zed instead of the s. Congrats.
    😉

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  10. Yoda says:

    Well, she’s had to go through life as Harriet. Some might see that as cruel and unusual punishment.

    Ignorant she is.
    Ignorant people happy they are.
    Until reality shows it does.

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  11. Spawny Get says:

    This just in…The wacky world of Wu: The tortured history of GamerGate’s self-styled feminist martyr

    Martyr is putting it a bit strongly…Shirley nobody believes that the claimed death threats are credible?

    Yet Wu was not until relatively recently a woman at all, and her legitimacy as a speaker even for the transgender community is in doubt since, as we can also today reveal, she was banned from a transgender forum after less than a year for unacceptable behaviour–not an easy thing to accomplish in a community well-known for its aggressive online conversations.

    Wu was permanently stripped of her moderator status for abusing her position, according to another moderator, in a sign of what was to come in a long internet career of dissembling, bullying, smearing and panicky deletions as Wu has lurched from self-induced digital crisis to self-induced digital crisis over a period of more than a decade.

    Wu, who has been engaged in an exhaustive press tour in recent months writing op-eds in a handful of online outlets, claiming that her life is in danger and that she is standing up for women in the games industry, is in fact, we can reveal, merely an unstable internet troll with a long history of mendacity and emotionally disturbed online outbursts.

    Posts from the susans.org transgender forums, reproduced here for the first time, reveal a young person in emotional turmoil and suggest explanations for what has been called unpredictable, narcissistic and occasionally wild behaviour by Wu throughout the GamerGate saga of the past half-year. The posts are spookily prescient and show a nascent troll gestating around vulnerable people, developing many of the skills that would later be used to terrorise gamers.

    Chin up Brianna, your patreon account is going gangbusters from all the flim-flammery and flat out lies.

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  12. Spawny Get says:

    I remember a report of an interview with one of her posh private school teachers. Hatie was described as (something like) ‘a right, proper, entitled little madam’

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  13. Yoda says:

    Strive for victimhood we all should.

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  14. Yoda says:

    The highest calling it is.

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  15. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    The movie hasn’t been out that long and already…

    It looks like a horror film.

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  16. Yoda says:

    Women as whole embarrassed they should be.
    Odd film to be excited about it is.

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  17. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    I got through the post and comments and there is one thing that jarred me from watching the video, not a word was said in favor of people who actually work. Plenty of noise about issues related to consumption, some noise about growing the economy out of the current malaise, but not a word about people who get things done.
    It seems the Labour Party, like America’s Democrats, doesn’t care a fig about their original constituancy. No wonder they’re looked on as being past credible.

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  18. Yoda says:

    not a word was said in favor of people who actually work.

    Victims they are not.
    Too busy working they are.

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  19. Spawny Get says:

    Fuzzie, ‘Labour’ as a name is just irony run rampant at this stage.

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  20. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Perhaps, what I am getting at is the pedestalization of the consumer while the producer is taken for granted or kicked to the curb in this society.
    Feminism does play into this larger issue.

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  21. Yoda says:

    what I am getting at is the pedestalization of the consumer while the producer is taken for granted or kicked to the curb in this society.

    Producer in China he is.
    Consumer local she is.
    Borrower on London it is.

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  22. Yoda says:

    World more important issues it has than transgender ones.

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  23. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    On a tangent to the original post. Dalrock’s take on Jezebe’s reviews of Fifty Shades.

    https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2015/02/13/sounds-like-bunch-of-12-year-olds/

    The Jezebels can’t understand the audience of Fifty Shades. They’re twentysomething NYC career women.
    Feminism is losing touch with it’s base of power.

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  24. Yoda says:

    The Jezebels can’t understand the audience of Fifty Shades. They’re twentysomething NYC career women.

    Feminism is losing touch with it’s base of power.

    Youngest women perhaps more stupid than older feminists they are.
    Bode well for the movement’s future it does not.
    Bode well for humanity’s it does not.

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  25. missattempts says:

    Today is an INTERNATIONAL day of mourning. I bet more suicides occur today
    then any other.
    “Going your own way?” That’s easy to say if you have breasts and blond hair.

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  26. Yoda says:

    Make sense of above comment anybody can?

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  27. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Yoda,
    Last year a neighbor blew his brains out when he tried to reconcile with his former wife. I never got to know him.

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  28. Liz says:

    “On a tangent to the original post. Dalrock’s take on Jezebe’s reviews of Fifty Shades.”

    That Jezeb review of 50 Shades was pretty damned funny, I thought. I’ll find out in two more days. Maybe the book/movie is intended to be its own parody. Certainly watching it and/or reading it is a form of torture “light”.

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    I’ll find out in two more days.

    Write a movie review. I have no need to monopolize them.

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  30. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Liz,
    May I second Farm Boy’s invitation? I’ll even say,”Please”.I won’t see it in the theater.

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  31. Liz says:

    Lol! If I’m not too traumatized by the experience I’ll give it a go.
    🙂

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  32. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Liz, thank you and you rock!

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  33. Alana says:

    I recently stumbled across a video of Ayelet Shaked, and I think she’s the prettiest politician I’ve ever seen. Her views are considered controversial, but then again the Middle East is such a mess that nobody really knows wtf should be done…Anyway her face is lovely, and looks amazing for 39 also.

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