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BoredBloke
23rd September 2008, 13:50
What a load of old toss.

Churchill
23rd September 2008, 13:50
What a load of old toss.

Yes, he is.

Cyberman
23rd September 2008, 13:56
:sick

BoredBloke
23rd September 2008, 13:59
He's just announced the funded PC's and broadband. So if you want broadband so that you can surf the net after Jeremy Kyle has finished you'll be happy to know that gordon Brown is going to give away 1,000,000 computers

ratewhore
23rd September 2008, 14:00
1449: Mr Brown lauds the efforts of "one million new businesses" under Labour.

Both of mine are in that one million and he spends all his time and effort trying to **** me over...

:tantrum::spank::suicide:

Cyberman
23rd September 2008, 14:01
... and now he's going on YET AGAIN about his one eye and how the NHS is so wonderful. :sick

HairyArsedBloke
23rd September 2008, 14:02
I managed 10 mins but after hearing that he was 'on your/their side' over and over again I was driven to :suicide:

So I switched to Bloomberg US to watch the senate banking committee which is far more entertaining :tired:ohwell

moorfield
23rd September 2008, 14:03
Watching with no sound on the BBC website.

Why was he clapping himself ?? WTF?

Ruprect
23rd September 2008, 14:04
1449: Mr Brown lauds the efforts of "one million new businesses" under Labour.

:spel fked over by

Churchill
23rd September 2008, 14:04
I managed 10 mins but after hearing that he was 'on your/their side' over and over again I was driven to :suicide:

So I switched to Bloomberg US to watch the senate banking committee which is far more entertaining :tired:ohwell

There's some stuff on YouPorn that may be up your street/alley - in fact, it probably was! :moon:

Cyberman
23rd September 2008, 14:05
I wonder if he is going to mention that diabetics that get free prescriptions are now to pay 26 quid every two weeks for their testing strips. :laugh

HairyArsedBloke
23rd September 2008, 14:06
There's some stuff on YouPorn that may be up your street/alley - in fact, it probably was! :moon:

I'm out of tissues. :emb

Diver
23rd September 2008, 14:06
I wonder if he is going to mention that diabetics that get free prescriptions are now to pay 26 quid every two weeks for their testing strips. :laugh

Free in wales :D

BoredBloke
23rd September 2008, 14:07
I wonder if he is going to mention that diabetics that get free prescriptions are now to pay 26 quid every two weeks for their testing strips. :laugh

Well at least my wife won't have to fork out £100 a month for her drugs after her transplant. But then he'll tax it back out of me so I guess swings and roundabouts!

Cyberman
23rd September 2008, 14:08
Free in wales :D


so are the sheep !! :laugh

ratewhore
23rd September 2008, 14:20
Nice carrots for the voters. Where's the money coming from?

moorfield
23rd September 2008, 14:39
Children will have a "guaranteed right to personal catch-up tuition", he says.


So he's just admitted our schools really are rubbish then?

Muppet. Muppet. Muppet. Muppet. Muppet.

Lockhouse
23rd September 2008, 15:53
My wife is chronically ill and already gets all her drugs nearly free so I think this might be more spin.

BoredBloke
23rd September 2008, 16:03
My wife had a kidney transplant and is on a large cocktail of drugs which stop her body rejecting the kidney, but because kidney failure is not seen as life threatening (as they have machines which can do what your kidneys do-although not very well) then she (we) have to pay for them

Sorry to hear about your wife though.

Lockhouse
23rd September 2008, 16:14
Sorry to hear about your wife though.

Ta muchly. I've only got one kidney myself so appreciate what can/does happen. I hope your missus does OK.

Just checked with the missus. If you have to take drugs for the rest of your life your doctor can fill out a form or something so that you get them free.

Moscow Mule
23rd September 2008, 16:18
Ta muchly. I've only got one kidney myself so appreciate what can/does happen.

You should have a word with my mate, he's got 5.

Bob Dalek
23rd September 2008, 16:22
My wife had a kidney transplant and is on a large cocktail of drugs which stop her body rejecting the kidney, but because kidney failure is not seen as life threatening (as they have machines which can do what your kidneys do-although not very well) then she (we) have to pay for them

Sorry to hear about your wife though.

That's absolutely f--king terrible. Still, you can cheer yourselves up in 2012, with the £12 billion (and counting) big, fat dud that our Olympic pud pull will be.

Lockhouse
23rd September 2008, 16:27
You should have a word with my mate, he's got 5.

I've been collecting for two months and all I've got is 6 lungs, two spleens and three t*sticles.

Ruprect
23rd September 2008, 16:30
Both of mine are in that one million and he spends all his time and effort trying to **** me over...

:tantrum::spank::suicide:

The BBC faithful seem to like it:

http://newsforums.bbc.co.uk/nol/thread.jspa?forumID=5381&edition=1&ttl=20080923172549

DodgyAgent
23rd September 2008, 16:40
I love this :rollin:


A brilliant speech by Gordon. Let there be no doubt that we have the right person in charge to lead the country through these difficult times. It's just a shame that a real attack on the Tories took this long for him to muster but it served the purpose of reviving the confidence of Labour supporters and also reminded those who have casually forgotten about how awful 18 years of Conservative Party rules was.

Well done Prime Minister.

Johannes Bertholt, Derby

:rollin::rollin::rollin:

Cyberman
23rd September 2008, 19:35
I love this :rollin:


A brilliant speech by Gordon. Let there be no doubt that we have the right person in charge to lead the country through these difficult times. It's just a shame that a real attack on the Tories took this long for him to muster but it served the purpose of reviving the confidence of Labour supporters and also reminded those who have casually forgotten about how awful 18 years of Conservative Party rules was.

Well done Prime Minister.

Johannes Bertholt, Derby

:rollin::rollin::rollin:



Yes, they were awful. I remember that dreadful thing called positive 'growth' that they left as a legacy to New Lie, and also their stupid idea of only spending what could be afforded. We can never accuse New Lie of committing those sins. :laugh

mailric
23rd September 2008, 19:47
the man is a complete c0ck. what's that thing he does with his mouth when he pauses speach? looks like he's choking on his own bullshlt.

mailric
23rd September 2008, 19:48
the man is a complete noddy. what's that thing he does with his mouth when he pauses speach? looks like he's choking on his own bullshlt.

:banana: he he, they caught me with c0_ck but I got away with bullshlt :banana:

BoredBloke
23rd September 2008, 19:49
i've noticed that - the slack jawed one eyed w@yneker

expat
23rd September 2008, 20:04
Yes, they were awful. I remember that dreadful thing called positive 'growth' that they left as a legacy to New Lie, and also their stupid idea of only spending what could be afforded. We can never accuse New Lie of committing those sins. :laugh:rollin: one of your funnier ones.

Labour: growth in virtually every quarter of their government.
Conservative: very mixed. Looks like it worked until they did something, then it usually went all wrong. Left growth as a legacy to NL? Stop it, my sides hurt!

Labour: committed to "Golden Rule" of not borrowing for current expenditure, only for investment. Almost managed it, not quite.
Conservative: no such commitment. Just as well, no such idea. Did come up with one great idea: spread the idea that you're the party that is good with money. It's bollux but some people will buy it.

Flashman
23rd September 2008, 21:16
He's just announced the funded PC's and broadband. So if you want broadband so that you can surf the net after Jeremy Kyle has finished you'll be happy to know that gordon Brown is going to give away 1,000,000 computers

And the chavs will just take their shiny new Gov computers and internet vouchers down to the local pub and swap them for booze and fags.

How very 'prudent'.

NickFitz
24th September 2008, 01:18
But seriously, folks...

It is going to be absolutely hilarious reading your howls of indignation when the Tories return to power (as they will, sooner or later) and screw you all in exactly the same way.

I know some of you are young, and still foolishly believe that one political agenda is better for you (and those you care about) than another.

I know some of you are older yet still cling to the fantasy that, one way or another, there must eventually be some politicians in power who act in your best interests.

But let me tell you now: it's never going to happen.

Get used to it :rolleyes:

Board Game Geek
24th September 2008, 03:29
But let me tell you now: it's never going to happen.

Sad but true.

The Lone Gunman
24th September 2008, 06:14
Labour: growth in virtually every quarter of their government.In the most benign global market ever where even the most incompetent of governments has seen growth in every quarter.

Conservative: very mixed. Looks like it worked until they did something, then it usually went all wrong.Certainly some mistakes, but generally steered the country well through a very turbulent time globally. Compared to the rest of the world they did a masterful job and left the country in the best state it had ever been and well up there in terms of global economies.

Left growth as a legacy to NLAs was noted at the time by every single pundit and paper, even grudgingly by the left wing ones.


Labour: committed to "Golden Rule" of not borrowing for current expenditure, only for investment. Almost managed it, not quite.Only managed this by moving the start and end dates of the economic cycles. First cycle started half way through the last Tory year which gave them a massive head start on spending. They shifted end dates when the balance wasn't right and quickly slipped them in so the borrowing didn't look so bad.

Conservative: no such commitment.I don't remember this either[/QUOTE]

Did come up with one great idea: spread the idea that you're the party that is good with money.Every day NL is in power the case in point is proven. Golden Clown is trying to do the same thing with his "prudent" label. The proles have swallowed it hook line and sinker. The rest of the world is pointing and laughing.

BrilloPad
24th September 2008, 06:19
But seriously, folks...

It is going to be absolutely hilarious reading your howls of indignation when the Tories return to power (as they will, sooner or later) and screw you all in exactly the same way.

I know some of you are young, and still foolishly believe that one political agenda is better for you (and those you care about) than another.

I know some of you are older yet still cling to the fantasy that, one way or another, there must eventually be some politicians in power who act in your best interests.

But let me tell you now: it's never going to happen.

Get used to it :rolleyes:

This is true - I see Cameron in the same way as Gordon Brown or John Major. Tony Blair was better than all 3 put togetger - who himself cannot hold an candle to my political hero - Maggie :music:

If we can't bring back Maggie then lets have the Lib Dems.....