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Gordon The Great, Live Speech At 2.15 Today.

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Well folks the turkey is almost thawed and cooked and the family are all here for xmas diner. This afternoon we will all settle down around the tv to watch the speech live at 2.15. Our great leader Gordon the Great will be the highlight of today. In years to come people will ask " where was you when Gordon rallied the country ?"

I have it on good authority that Sarah will this year will be on stage as a pole dancer to excite the party faithfull.

I just know that delegates in the half empty hall will rise to their feet and give Gordon a standing ovation.

I know I speak for the rest of the family when I say that there will not be a dry eye in the house.

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Well folks the turkey is almost thawed and cooked and the family are all here for xmas diner. This afternoon we will all settle down around the tv to watch the speech live at 2.15. Our great leader Gordon the Great will be the highlight of today. In years to come people will ask " where was you when Gordon rallied the country ?"

I have it on good authority that Sarah will this year will be on stage as a pole dancer to excite the party faithfull.

I just know that delegates in the half empty hall will rise to their feet and give Gordon a standing ovation.

I know I speak for the rest of the family when I say that there will not be a dry eye in the house.

I dont know if I can bear to watch it tbh

gies me the dry boak so he does

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I dont know if I can bear to watch it tbh

gies me the dry boak so he does

I find that a custard slice during the speech helps me avoid that.

I will be watching. Every move, every word.

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the longest speach saying nothing whatsoever in History.

I'm out. well Im not, but I hear they are rerunning postman pat on Sumo TV and Ill watch that for some reality.

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the longest speach saying nothing whatsoever in History.

I'm out. well Im not, but I hear they are rerunning postman pat on Sumo TV and Ill watch that for some reality.

here's hoping he can do a william henry harrison?

any chance of him announcing the election in this speech?

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I for one wont be listening. Dont know if I can even stand listening to commentators afterwards on the news.

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I bet they'll clap him for 8 hours when he's done. ... even if they all hate him.

woe betide the first to sit down.

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We've got another EIGHT months of electioneering. I used to think our electoral system was far better than the States ie a month of the stuff at election time as opposed to the 10 months US version. I'm not so sure now. If only we had a Head of State who could force the elections to take place soon.

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Well folks the turkey is almost thawed and cooked and the family are all here for xmas diner. This afternoon we will all settle down around the tv to watch the speech live at 2.15. Our great leader Gordon the C*** will be the highlight of today. In years to come people will ask " where was you when Gordon rallied the country ?"

I have it on good authority that Sarah will this year will be on stage as a pole dancer to excite the party faithfull.

I just know that delegates in the half empty hall will rise to their feet and give Gordon a standing ovation.

I know I speak for the rest of the family when I say that there will not be a dry eye in the house.

Hi DB, sorry to be pedantic but you've mis-spelled c*** in the title.

Edited by Young Goat

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I doubt very much he is going to announce his resignation and since those are the only words I could bear to hear that awful man utter, I will be giving his rambling speech of nothingness a wide berth.

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I bet they'll clap him for 8 hours when he's done. ... even if they all hate him.

Remember that Mark Thomas show where the production team got hold of all the Labour MP's pager numbers, paged them to "applause and shout ,more . . more!" during a Jack Straw speech at one of these party conferences?

Worked too. Hilarious.

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I'm predicting in order of repetition.

"global crisis"

"started in America"

"hard working famillies"

"protecting Britain's recovery"

"the right thing to do"

Something about "steering a course of stability through the global economic storm", not sure if he's used that one of late.

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For those about to watch this I'd advise an early lunch or perhaps putting it off until afterwards. sick0022.gif

Looks like the labour delegates have taken your advice. The conference hall was two thirds empty for the speech just given by the Home Secretary. I suppose a liquid lunch is essential prior to listening to Gordon.

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Looks like the labour delegates have taken your advice. The conference hall was two thirds empty for the speech just given by the Home Secretary. I suppose a liquid lunch is essential prior to listening to Gordon.

Who is the Home Secretary now?

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Who is the Home Secretary now?

do you mean, today, yesterday or tommorrow?

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Right now, at this moment.

dont know.

my secretary is at home today, will that do?

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I'm predicting in order of repetition.

"global crisis"

"started in America"

"hard working famillies"

"protecting Britain's recovery"

"the right thing to do"

You forgot "Getting on with the job."

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