Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Off topic. Is it just me or is this man an arrogant, self serving, pontificating, condescending [email protected]?

Miliband denies 'leadership' bid

David Miliband has insisted he is not "campaigning" for the Labour leadership - despite writing about the party's future with no mention of Gordon Brown. He said he was prompted to write his Guardian article because of the sense of "fatalism" in the party after its defeat in the Glasgow East by-election.

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17 thoughts on “Off topic. Is it just me or is this man an arrogant, self serving, pontificating, condescending [email protected]?

  • With Gordon away on holiday, backstabber comes to mind.

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  • If DM publically denies he’s thinking of challenging, you can guarentee he’s going to do it.

    The thing is, AD needs to go too, otherwise we could end up with him as PM.

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  • The only politician who makes Brown look OK is Miliband.

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  • ALL politicians are arrogant, self serving, pontificating, condescending [email protected], and it’s not just you that thinks so.

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  • Correct CC, Milliband of Brothers is a [email protected]

    As a side point, my dear old gran was taken into hospital a few days back. As a test of whether she was compos mentis (she is) the doctor asked her the name of the current Prime Minister. “I havn’t a clue and neither do I care”, she replied. This tickled me as she could probably name at least of the last three or four PM’s and is politically quite in tune. Obviously Brown has not made an impact.

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  • matt_the_hat says:

    I’m emigrating to germany tomorrow (don’t talk vote with ur feet), if this c#4t gets in I’m never coming back

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  • I have a theory that Mili-ali-bundy has A cunning plan.

    Milialibundy knows that the game is up, the cow has chewed the cud, the train has come of the rails, the jiz is in the johnny, you get the picture! He knows if he throws his hat in the ring it’s him, Mad Hatter Harmen or that dodgy geezer who thinks he’s still a cockney. Anyway, Milialibundy knows he’s going to win, he’s a bit of a Cameron clone an as such the men in grey in the Liebour party will manipulate his win and he will be PM. He will then hold a General Election citing “the great british public needs to make a choice, democracy blah de bloomin blah”. He then loses said election as he well knows, the public can stand the stink no more of there false socialism, constant spin, endless sneaky taxes (you 2.5 deisel mondeo drivers are the scurge of the earth!) and half baked economic ideas. BUT, and this is the but, they lose by much, much less than with Dooom McBroooon in charge. I guess a conservative majority of between 50-80. Milialibundy then stays in charge of the Liebours and Cameron and co have to kick the living shoot outta public spending (er , something the liebours forgot to do!) whilst having to spend squillions getting the Olympics together in the midst of a recession and sit back and wait for his big chance in say 2012!

    Just a theory! You heard it here first though!

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  • The miliband’s scare me. I don’t know what it is, but when I see them, I just think Hitler’s offspring.

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  • That a lightweight like Miliband could be taken seriously is an indication that British politics is utterly pointless.

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  • ” Is it just me or is this man an arrogant, self serving, pontificating, condescending [email protected]? ”

    Nope.

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  • Just one look into Miliband’s eye’s will tell you all you need to know, the man looks even less trustworthy and more of a spiv than either GB or TB.

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  • mytimeisnigh says:

    The games up and it’s gonna take more than a face lift to fix it.

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  • waitingfor hpc says:

    hate labour – hard to choose who is the most crap – they are all useless.

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  • I’ll let anyone have a ago. What about Noel Fielding for PM?

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  • He is all of that, but will also never grow out of his schoolboy shorts.

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  • waitingfor hpc @ 14
    “hate labour – hard to choose who is the most crap – they are all useless” – Totally agree comrade. The thing is party politics is (well friggin should be) dead. We need proprtional representation. We need greens(not only broccoli), we need right wings, we need left wings, we need one policy parties, we need a complete new load of politicklings, we need centre, liberal inclings, consentive politics that thinks long term, not just “Bugger me, we got elected, lets shag the country but ensure we get elected the next time the fools get to vote” type of stuff that the victorians gived us.

    & harold @ 9.

    “That a lightweight like Miliband could be taken seriously is an indication that British politics is utterly pointless.”

    Liliband is just a figment of Nu Labours own constipation. He thinks, therefore he thinks he’s good enough to be Prime Minister and lawd over us all with his comprehensive education (I got one of those, personally I wan’t my parent’s money back on that one!) – Milliband in charge of the Country, like letting a Nazi peadophile loose in a jewish kindergarten where the staff have all failed to turn up and nobodies noticed!”

    P….Leeeyassse! – Wonder how many minutes that comment may see the light of dayfor!

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  • Top tip for understanding political language: reveal real meaning by converting sentence to opposite.

    Thus “BBC: Miliband denies ‘leadership’ bid” becomes “BBC: Miliband admits ‘leadership’ bid”.

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