Thursday, January 24, 2008

The future's bright. The future's not orange

That incompetent (©2008, Gordon Brown), crooked, orange shithead, Hain, has resigned.
He quit within minutes of the Electoral Commission saying that it had decided to refer the late declaration of £103,000 of donations to the police.

Apparently he is going to clear his name.

Yeah, good luck with that one, sunshine.

As my good friend,The Nameless One, says,
And for what it is worth, I hope the police do investigate and that the incompetent, perma-tanned dickhead is dragged through the courts, convicted, and utterly humiliated.

It couldn't happen to a nicer guy, don't you think?

UPDATE: The Nameless One is on fire. Well, not really; but he does think Hain should be.
And the Brown team are spinning this for all it is worth. Check this comment out from Gordo himself:
"I recognise that, given the circumstances and your desire to clear your name, this is the right and honourable thing to do."

See, this must be a new form of right and honourable that I haven't been informed about. It would have been right and honourable for Hain to go as soon as this ugly mess began.

Frankly, the right and honourable thing for Hain to do now would be to immolate himself publically in front of the Department for Work and Pensions. Anything else seems, at this point, a bit of a cop out.

Hear, hear!


Gwenynen said...
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Anonymous said...

Yes, him and the whole rotten lot of them.

I have never, in my life, felt so much disdain for the political classes.

Brown, smiling like Malvolio for some imagined illusory lover, should have a red hot jalapeno poker shoved up his (continued on page 34)

Anonymous said...

And Prodi on the same day. Oh, my cup runneth over.

Shug Niggurath said...

As Bill H might have said:

O Yes there is a God, he loves us all so much...

Goodbye to that CUNT, and as per V for Vendetta, the House of Cards is on the way down

Anonymous said...

"Clear my name"?? "right and honourable"??!?!?.

Quick, where's the sick bag.

Anonymous said...

Given the numbers of crooked Liebour bastards that haven't resigned in the past ten years I can only assume that Hain is as guilty as sin. If there was the remotest possibility of this slippery sack of shit avoiding prosecution he would still be there. I just hope he is the first of many.

Frank P said...

Apparently Guido Fawkes was on Newsnight tonight describing 'my part in Hain's downfall'. But the Beeb aren't showing it on the web video! They are still showing Wednesday's programme. Why?

Scott Freeman said...

I wouldn't be surprised if he did clear his name. Legally speaking, not morally, obviously.

It's conducive for The Party to have themselves investigated by the police when things like this crop up, and then let themselves off the hook. This makes it look as if they're still operating beneath the law and that they are in fact innocent, despite any mud slinging the opposition might engage in.

Without an investigation it would fester and look like they were acting beyond the confines of the law. Of course, they are doing exactly that, but they're too clever to let on to Joe Bloggs.

Mark Wadsworth said...

I think self-immolation would be inappropriate.

A far more suitable method would be to stick him in a full-body sun-bed, padlock it and just leave it turned on at full power until he stops screaming.

Roger Thornhill said...

What do these people know about honour?

Self-immolation? - I bet he would even burn with an orange flame.

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