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"Apologies, anger, declarations of love, things you want to say to people, but can't or didn't get the chance to." Suggestion via reducedfatLOLcat.

(, Thu 4 Mar 2010, 13:56)
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Dear Gordon Brown...
Look, I know it's been your dream to play at running the country and that your jug-eared friend said he'd let you have a go in much the same way that a kid with a new Playstation says he'll let his poorer mate come round to play it, but then refuses to give up the controller. I know you really, really, wanted to fulfil your eogtistical power fantasies, presumably as a way of getting over the fact you were probably bullied through school and were the unfit wheezy kid that everyone picked on.

I understand that you thought letting the countries finances be run by people whose expertise was based on their ability to wear a suit and lie convincingly was a good idea and that, presumably, you had some thought that meant lending money to those who couldn't afford to repay it in order to secure the votes of the underclasses who felt life was good as they ordered Plasma TVs they couldn't actually pay for was probably sound political thinking.

I understand that you think that spending more on a political witch-hunt over expenses than the expenses claimed had cost was sensible.

I understand that you thought that devolving the UK into petty squabbling factions was genius, despite the fact that Scotland is now a haven for public services that are funded out of the English Parliament (after all, if Scotland, Ireland and Wales are self-governing, then surely England should be, as well).

I understand that you think sending troops into battle with equipment that a boy scout would turn down and under-funding the compensation and treatement of the poor sods who are being blown apart is good fiscal probity, whilst awarding bonuses and medals to Labour civil servants who happen to pass over Afghanistan on a quick jolly is fine.

I understand that it's not fair that people say you're unelected because in the UK we elect the party, not the leader, despite the fact that you have changed the way the party manifesto is headed, thus negating the points on which your party gained power.

I understand you think it's fine to sling accusations of corruption at any competitors, whilst re-hiring and offering a peerage to a man who had to efectively flee the country to a quiet job in the EU over huge scandals over corruption.

I understand that it's not fair to criticise the fact you can't even be bothered to spell a soldier's name correctly in a letter when he has given his life for this country and that it's unfair to blame the fact you're blind in one eye and obviously care about no-one other than yourself.

I understand that you feel it is fine to create an atmosphere in your own cabinet where no-one would even tell you the uilding is on fire in case you attack them, where you can accept no personal responsibility for any decisions you have made that have gone wrong or which have been found out to be deliberately misleading or dishonest.

I understand this all, Mr Brown, because you are a cunt. I, and 90% of the british public, wouldn't piss on your gums if your teeth were on fire. How can we trust the leadership of the country to a man whose long-term vision matches his monocular outlook on life? I'm surprised the helmet you wore when trying to look "down with the lads" visiting the troops in Basra didn't have a fucking bullseye on it - why, after all the por sods who have been shot, a sniper couldn't have hit you will remain a mystery to me. Presumably it's because you made a deal with the devil you soul-less slack-jawed, pious twat.

Yours Sincerely, etc...
(, Thu 4 Mar 2010, 14:34, 13 replies)
Stole My Thunder
have a click

(, Thu 4 Mar 2010, 14:38, closed)
thank you...
let's face it, how can anyone trust the strategic foresight of a man whose ability to see in three dimensions is non-existent?

Rugby accident my arse - more likely he ran into a door running away from a mob of kids who wanted to kick his head in. He seems like he'd have been whiny little shit as a child.
(, Thu 4 Mar 2010, 17:08, closed)

(, Thu 4 Mar 2010, 14:40, closed)

(, Thu 4 Mar 2010, 15:41, closed)
* click *
says it all.... close the question now....
(, Thu 4 Mar 2010, 16:39, closed)
This - hard
It's difficult to critisize Labour on here without being branded a Thatcher loving rightwinger but I agree with everything you said here - especially the devolution and underfunded army
(, Fri 5 Mar 2010, 9:04, closed)
Thatcher did less to fuck up the UK than Brown and Blair - at least she had the balls to stand up to Reagan, for a start.
(, Fri 5 Mar 2010, 10:55, closed)
Let it all out...
...and relax.

If proof of the lack of a God is required, Brown is it! Cunt.

With any luck, he'll be out on his arse soon.
(, Fri 5 Mar 2010, 9:50, closed)
The thought that keeps me awake at night is...
that if things go wrong and Labour win an election, we could conceivably end up with either Ed Balls or John Prescott as PM. *shudder*
(, Fri 5 Mar 2010, 10:57, closed)
(, Fri 5 Mar 2010, 12:20, closed)
I trusted this government enough to actually be on the electoral role, I would probably vote Gordie and his pals back in - although it pains me to say it.

I do remember the last Tory government, and whilst not as authoritarian (which is the bit that REALLY get's my goat - the money, well...all politicians love money, is not my main beef), they did like to screw the little man.

That said, I'd vote these cunts back in simply to force them to lay in their own shit for four more years - you reap what you sow I say.

Much more of this and we will see the first English revolution for 400 years - and it's these Scottish fuckwits who deserve to be on the receiving end of it.

A fool knows that gold has a ten year cycle - Gordie, the then 'genius chancellor' sold at rock bottom prices against all recommendations. Sure, he may well have needed the money to employ another 100k people into the civil service to ensure votes, but come on...a blind, deaf 4 year old could have predicted what would happen to the price of gold should you announce you are about to flood the market two weeks in advance.

My main beef with them is the authoritarian stance - banning everything, and making us pay for it at the same time, whilst getting rid of things like the double jeopardy laws, the right to a jury of your peers etc... all these things that served us well for hundreds of years. Couple that with changing the law regarding how much money the country is *printing* so no-one can publicly see the extent of their stupidity (the inflation of which is evident to all of us), and you have a power-hungry mafia that have become complacent.

So, when it comes the time to vote, remember who should be laying in the shit.
(, Fri 5 Mar 2010, 19:13, closed)
Unfortunately my local (Tory) MP is standing down at the next election.
(, Sat 6 Mar 2010, 13:39, closed)
Oh, I did enjoy that last paragraph.

(, Sun 7 Mar 2010, 11:58, closed)

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