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Just waiting for a customer to pick up a job, had Ed Balls on BBC news making a live statment.............Je-sus!

A totall beginner with zero experance would have been better, i sense that "They" decied to make this address about 10 mins before it was due. He couldn't get his words out, got lost on what was a short statement............the Tory shadow ripped him good style like that Euro-Tory.

"They" know its collasping.

Mike

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Balls is a complete idiot, the guy can't string two sentences together. You get the feeling he really is the sidekick guy of Alan B'stard, you know the one who is a complete and utter idiot, he even looks like him.

Pefect exmple of the office idiot promoted way above his aptitude and then showing off said stupidity in front of the whole board.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ed_balls

As Labour swept to power in the General Election of 1997 he continued as an economic adviser to Brown, who was then Chancellor. He then served as chief economic adviser to HM Treasury from 1999 to 2004, in which post he was once named the 'most powerful unelected person in Britain'.[3]

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As Labour swept to power in the General Election of 1997 he continued as an economic adviser to Brown, who was then Chancellor. He then served as chief economic adviser to HM Treasury from 1999 to 2004, in which post he was once named the 'most powerful unelected person in Britain'.[3]

Brown really kept his boyfriend close by, Yvette is just the beard.

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Balls doesn't seem to have a firm grasp of home economics, when interest rates dropped he and his wife continued to claim the same amount in mortgage interest on expenses.

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Balls doesn't seem to have a firm grasp of home economics, when interest rates dropped he and his wife continued to claim the same amount in mortgage interest on expenses.

But quite a good grasp of Elite Economics, then?

Peter.

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Balls doesn't seem to have a firm grasp of home economics, when interest rates dropped he and his wife continued to claim the same amount in mortgage interest on expenses.

Your not suggesting ...............................?

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He's someone you could punch repeatedly and never feel any guilt for it.

his face looks like someone has already done this

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Your not suggesting ...............................?

That he's a complete f**king vain, self-serving, greedy, egotistical, idiotic little c**tish *****?

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As Labour swept to power in the General Election of 1997 he continued as an economic adviser to Brown, who was then Chancellor. He then served as chief economic adviser to HM Treasury from 1999 to 2004, in which post he was once named the 'most powerful unelected person in Britain'.[3]

He was the problem. He is the problem.

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For full balls disillusionment,he's lost the plot, the little Stalin, read this......

http://www.spectator.co.uk/coffeehouse/372...ing-balls.thtml

This is how Balls has been ringing Journo's up today demanding they take down blog posts calling him a liar. They laughed in his face. Oh the joy to have done that.

That was f**king hilarious. I heard him on the radio this morning; it really was puke-inducing listening. If Labour want to retain a single shred of electability they need to keep Blinky away from the media at all times, as most of the public dislike him; instead they seem to be pushing him into the limelight at every possible opportunity. Clear evidence they have lost the plot down Victoria Street. Darling must be laughing his socks off...............

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That was f**king hilarious. I heard him on the radio this morning; it really was puke-inducing listening. If Labour want to retain a single shred of electability they need to keep Blinky away from the media at all times, as most of the public dislike him; instead they seem to be pushing him into the limelight at every possible opportunity. Clear evidence they have lost the plot down Victoria Street. Darling must be laughing his socks off...............

I'm sure Frazer was being polite, i'd have been more like "go F""k yourself Ballsy, dont tell me what i can and can't write and if you want to make me take it down, make me, i'll see ya at 3 on the commons lawn, i'll be bringing a baseball bat"

OT another slimeball trougher quits

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/poli...icle6609613.ece

Harry Cohen - Labour

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That he's a complete f**king vain, self-serving, greedy, egotistical, idiotic little c**tish *****?

Welcome to the wonderful world of nulabour. Where spin is more important than substance.

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As Labour swept to power in the General Election of 1997 he continued as an economic adviser to Brown, who was then Chancellor. He then served as chief economic adviser to HM Treasury from 1999 to 2004, in which post he was once named the 'most powerful unelected person in Britain'.[3]

Osborne and Balls receive Bilderberg invite

May 2007

Future Chancellor Ed Balls and future Prime Minister, George Osborne, must have behaved themselves at last year's Bilderberg conference - they've been invited back.

http://the-daily-pundit.blogspot.com/2007/...bilderberg.html

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