Such a prescient, beautiful sentiment.

Thursday, 28 January 2010

Fresh From One Set Of failed Talks.

Brown Goes Global Yet Again!

He might well look at the time. 48 hours for The Northern Ireland Assembly. It was so many days to save us from the lies of climate change and then of course there is the debt clock to remember. Now this wretched Afghanistan cosy little get together, at our expense. The backdrop of Chilcot, a very, very broken society, the most hated man in Britain. The list of his failings and that of Labour are endless.

Yet still an election seems so very far away. Mind you maybe the time will pass with ever more obvious failings. Then we might see them gone forever. A hung parliament? I don't think so.


  1. I'd love to see a hung parliament, all of them swinging in the breeze.

  2. OR, how about putting up one of those "countdown to the election" clocks you see on various sites?

    It would provide something for us all to look forward to.

    Labour - corrupt beyond our wildest dreams.

  3. Could someone find a reason for him to go to South Georgia and miss the plane back?

  4. Kilem, will do. Lorenzo and Demetrius with you as ever!

  5. quote I'd love to see a hung parliament, all of them swinging in the breeze. quote

    So would I, but, and excuse my being a bit of a pedant, shouldn't be a 'hanged' parliament.

    Would that it were, as that bloke on the box used to say!

  6. The news today suggests over half deserve stringing up!

  7. The countdown clock stands at 125 days at the moment, OR, it will soon be all over - with a landslide defeat for Labour!

  8. Browns appearance before the Iraq inquiry shall certainly be an opportunity to clarify a whole range of issues. Not least the question of helicopters for service.

    He has been guilty of McCavety cat-like tendances in relation to Iraq, so it is about time some of Mr Browns pre-PM judgement be exposed. Especially since we are being asked to vote for him to retain power for antother five years!


  9. The Afghans are a brave, hardy, and independent race; they follow pastoral or agricultural occupations only ... With them, war is an excitement and relief from the monotonous occupation of industrial pursuits.

    Engels, On Afghanistan (1857)

  10. Hi, Spidey, my clock is for may 6th, only 97 days!
    DM-T, thanks for dropping by, I see you are a very brave young man!
    Anon, I agree with your analysis totally.