None so blind as those that will not see

5/13/2010 04:25:00 pm / The truth was spoken by Rich /

Gordon Brown 2007-2010: gone but not forgotten

I wonder how long it will be before people start to miss Gordon Brown? They say it'll never happen, they say they can't see it, but they said that about Tony Blair. I'm gonna take a guess at one month.

A paltry month before Cameron and Clegg, with their silly bollocks Con-Dem stitch-up, have so thoroughly pissed the nation off that they'll hark back to a time when Gordon Brown was able to do just as bad a job all by himself without all this public schoolboy homosexual flirting to boot.

I wish cuddly old duffer Gordon Brown was in charge again, people will say. With his silly old grumpy ways and saggy old jowly cheeks and funny old inability to make sound economic decisions and hilariously never admit to making mistakes. Remember that time when he blamed America for fucking up our economy, we'll laugh. Oooh, and that time when he said in the House of Commons that he'd saved the world!! Bless him.

We'll talk about him as if he was our cantankerous but lovable granddad who hit us with his walking stick whenever we came near him, but was nonetheless the head of the family and we should have respected him for it and how it's too late now. Now we have to live with uncle Nick and uncle David and wear clogs and eat lentils.



Comment by Mr R Nasty on 13 May 2010 at 22:35

sad thing is it probably will happen. why cameron didn't go it alone i'll never know. he'd have either been running a minority government now or a pretty large majority one this time next year

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