The despair Of The British nation.

Monday, 3 August 2009

My post for good news day!

Killed a pig
Gordon Brown and his driver were going to Chequers and were passing a farm. A pig jumped out in the road suddenly. The driver tried to get out of the way, but he hit him. He went in the farm to explain what had happened. He came out with a beer, a cigar, and a tons of money. Brown saw this and said, "My God, what did you tell them?" The driver replied, "I told them that I'm Gordon Brown's driver and I just killed the pig.


3 comments:

Demetrius said...

Personally, I prefer Gloucester Old Spot, but there you go.

Anonymous said...

oddrightie what do you say to Cameron now ha ha ha ha


Cameron said
"businessmen to run the army"

http://news.bbc.co.uk
/1/hi/uk_politics/8180821.stm
Case for troop rise, says Cameron

UK forces in Afghanistan
Mr Cameron said the UK needed to build up Afghan forces rapidly

There is a "very strong case" for sending more UK soldiers to Afghanistan, Conservative leader David Cameron has told the BBC.

Mr Cameron stopped short of committing himself to increasing the UK's 9,000-strong presence if he won office.

But he said if military chiefs made a request for extra manpower, there would be good reasons to make that happen.

He told Radio 4's Westminster Hour that an increase in troop numbers would "Afghan-ise" the country quicker.


Mr Cameron also told the programme that he expected his shadow cabinet to think like businessmen

No retreat under Cameron poor old oldrightie all his hopes totally Dashed.

Tony Blair marches on under the name of Cameron ha ha ha ha ha


There is a "very strong case" for sending more UK soldiers to Afghanistan,



There is a "very strong case" for sending more UK soldiers to Afghanistan,


There is a "very strong case" for sending more UK soldiers to Afghanistan,

Oldrightie said...

OT, of course but for the education of your feeble mind I add the proviso in my Man's interview.



"Because the faster we can build up the Afghan national army and the police, the faster we'll be able to 'Afghan-ise' the problem and the situation and the more rapidly we'll actually be able to end that mission and BRING OUR TROOPS BACK HOME"

Sound familiar? Iraq policy? H'm...

http://news.bbc.co.uk/today/hi/today/newsid_8172000/8172260.stm

Malalai Joya was just 27 when she was elected to the Afghan parliament after calling her fellow MPs "corrupt, greedy, murdering warlords." She continued to be openly critical following her election and was suspended from parliament in 2007. She discusses her opinion that democracy in Afghanistan is a facade.