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Sam Tarran is not a fan of Batshit Miliband...
I would love for Miliband to become Labour leader. I would adore it. I would toast it. I would dance to it and consume my girlfriend’s lips over it. For although I feel a (very, very) slight degree of sympathy for Brown’s predicament, there would be no greater pleasure for me than seeing the MSM rip the innards out of Miliband and dangle them jeeringly before him as he screams and begs for the electorate to put him out of his misery.

Does anyone like Miliband? Other than his mother, of course.

At least, I assume that his mother loves him...

Comments

BenSix said…
I've no knowledge of Milliband's mother, but you'd have loved his father:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ralph_Miliband
Roger Thornhill said…
Miliband is no dummy. He will wait until Jack Straw has been the fall-guy and the next election is lost. I also think he has built up plenty of brownie points in Yerp to see him through as an alternative bolt-hole.
Alan Douglas said…
What I hope to see is a (brief) Balls premiership, the sole purpose of which would be to make us yearn for Brown.

Alan Douglas
Mark Wadsworth said…
DK, you'll also need an axe or saw or something to be able to stick his head on a spike afterwards.
Henry Crun said…
He's got one of those "hit me" faces. As does his brother "Ed". In fact, Ed Milliband looks a lot like Harry Enfields character, Time Nice but Dim.
Roger Thornhill said…
Ed might look like "Tim, nice but dim", but he as a brother David, nasty but smart.

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