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Sunday, 18 October 2009

Tit Of The day?

Is This Why Jimmy Snotuseless gave Him A Peerage?



"Lord Myners rejected suggestions that the financial system was returning to "business as usual" following further reports of large bonus payments. "Let's see the evidence. The decisions have not been taken; sums may be put aside which could be paid in bonuses. No decisions have been taken yet. "We will require those decisions to be taken in the best interest of the financial system and not continue, as they have in the past. with unreasonable risk taking," he said.

This is the same buffooon of a hoon who is The minister who agreed Fred the Shred Goodwin's £700,000-a-year pension from RBS, caused outrage by saying he admired the banker's "dexterity" in sealing the deal. And Myners shows off his own dexterity in these snaps-taken at a fancy-dress party.




9 comments:

fifth column said...

The guy looks perfect Jimmy fodder!

subrosa said...

So grateful I've eaten before I saw that photograph.

Myners is just part of the labour money grabbers.

subrosa said...

I was going to say he's got no more between his legs than between his ears, but then, being the lady I am, I thought it inappropriate. ;)

Barking Spider said...

Ooooh, that's just not right! (cough, splutter!)

Jim Baxter said...

Do we know when that photograph was taken? What hardships were our armed forces facing that week?

Jim Baxter said...

Not that it matters. Not even if it was 20 years ago. Who wants someone with that sense of 'humour' (or dress-sense) anywhere near government?

Demetrius said...

Borrowed the picture, could not resist one of my own on this, many thanks.

Edgar said...

These are the 'Great and the Good', OR. Sometimes I just feel like crying. It is just so decadent, vapid, empty, meaningless. And it is such an insult to the people of this country and to those who were here before and gave their lives so fuckers like this could treat us with such contemmpt. I do, OR: sometimes I feel like crying.

Oldrightie said...

Keep up the good work, blogging will one day rule, Edgar!