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Doggy Styles
9th July 2010, 09:43
After he lost his prime ministership, did Gordon come into the House of Commons and say goodbye, like Major, Thatcher and Callaghan did when they were dumped?

If not he's a rude barstard. I wonder what stopped him?

shaunbhoy
9th July 2010, 09:46
After he lost his prime ministership, did Gordon come into the House of Commons and say goodbye, like Major, Thatcher and Callaghan did when they were dumped?

If not he's a rude barstard. I wonder what stopped him?

Maybe the Speaker refused to sign off his fee?

norrahe
9th July 2010, 10:18
The embarassment of putting the country in the gutter :eyes

northernladuk
9th July 2010, 10:30
The embarassment of putting the country in the gutter :eyes

WHS And the fact everyone hated him so it was plainly obivous they were just paying him lip service and would be taking the piss the second the door closed. Why give them the pleasure.

HairyArsedBloke
9th July 2010, 10:39
He spends most of his time in the Glasgow Priory on one-to-one 24 hour watch.

It's not stopped him claiming his MP's pay though.

Gonzo
9th July 2010, 10:42
After he lost his prime ministership, did Gordon come into the House of Commons and say goodbye, like Major, Thatcher and Callaghan did when they were dumped?

If not he's a rude barstard. I wonder what stopped him?Guido mentions it from time to time. So far he has turned up in Parliament twice since the election, but not for long and he hasn't taken part in any votes.

http://order-order.com/tag/wheres-gordon/

Sysman
9th July 2010, 11:22
Guido mentions it from time to time. So far he has turned up in Parliament twice since the election, but not for long and he hasn't taken part in any votes.

Where's Gordon? - Guy Fawkes' blog (http://order-order.com/tag/wheres-gordon/)

Some good bits in there:


Finally we learn he has abandoned his responsibilities and is sticking two fingers up at representative democracy to instead obsessively watch every single World Cup match on telly. While he rocks back and forward in his underwear, ticking off the games on his free Daily Mirror World Cup pull-out wallchart, the taxpayer is picking up the tab.

Gordon was quick to head down to Parliament to sign on for his cheques, so that for an hour and a half of football he is set to make around £45+ per match, or just over £3000 for the sixty-four game tournament. Find Guido any sports fan who wouldn’t love to be paid to sit around watching football. Thousands would have gone to the World Cup if it wasn’t for the cost and yet the taxes that deprived them of the trip are paying for Gordon to watch. Where’s the “fairer Britain” there?

Doggy Styles
9th July 2010, 11:35
I'll bet he had music by his favourite band Arctic Monkeys blaring out of his speakers while he watched his favourite football team England.

norrahe
9th July 2010, 11:41
I'll bet he had music by his favourite band Arctic Monkeys blaring out of his speakers while he watched his favourite football team England.

eating his favourite biscuits....................

if he can remember what they are

Doggy Styles
9th July 2010, 11:44
eating his favourite biscuits....................

if he can remember what they areAnd repeating "I HATE CAMERON" over and over with every rock in his rocking chair.

Actually, that might be "I HATE PEOPLE".