Shamik Das

Friday, June 27, 2008

Worst year ever: Gordon Brown "celebrates" twelve months of ignominy by getting humiliated by the BNP

"Worst Prime Minister ever. Now make like my pants and split"

THE facts speak for themselves.

Fifth place in the Henley by-election, coming in behind the Greens and the BNP.

The Labour party candidate couldn't even keep his deposit.

Only three per cent of the vote. Pathetic.

An approval rating of just 14 per cent, lower even than John Major's 15 per cent fifteen years ago.

Just 16 per cent believe he can win the next election, down fifty percentage points from a year ago.

He's managed to lose half the population in a year.

And the most damning figure of all? 74 per cent, three-quarters of the electorate, believe his ascent to power was a change for the worse.

Come back Tony; save us from this clown.

On this day: Gordon Brown takes the reins
Tony Blair bows out


Blogger Miller 2.0 said...

Let this be the death of lectures to my type about loyalty.


27 June, 2008 15:48

Blogger Shamik said...

Disloyalty to a great leader is a greater sin than giving Mr 3% a kicking! ;)

Let us also recall that he himself was anything but loyal during his ten years at the Treasury, plotting, scheming and spinning against his boss.

In hindsight, he should have been sacked after the 2001 election. Failure to do so was probably Tony Blair's greatest error.

To be beaten by the BNP is the last straw.

It's embarrassing, shameful and distressing.

27 June, 2008 23:52


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