Saturday, 6 June 2009

Obama Beach!

Gordon Brown renames Omaha Beach Obama Beach!



He just can't help himself can he but I just can't bring myself to feel sorry for him; mind you, does anyone who elevates Glenys Kinnock to the Lords as a Baroness AND then appoints her Minister of Europe deserve our sympathy? Wales seems to have been haunted by the Kinnock's for decades; we really do need a break from this couple.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

so, tell me how is Glenys Quizling Kinnock made a baroness in five minutes when Brown has blocked Wigley and Eurfyl ap Dafydd becoming lords for the last 18 months?

Why hasn't Bestan Powys or Vaughan Roderick picked up on this. It's a total abuse of power.

This is the kind of thing which made me (a Plaid man but with sympathy for Labour in the past) be very very happy labour got such a kicking in England last night.

Anonymous said...

It's because Powys and Roderick are themselves pretty close to NuLabour if not actual supporters and they know who pays them.....ie the BBC which is a government propoganda machine. I will be interested to see how their tune changes when the Tories are in power.LOL!

Plaid Whitegate said...

Can the various Anons start using names - it's getting a bit confusing?

"Powys and Roderick are themselves pretty close to NuLabour if not actual supporters" - both these also get accused of Plaid sympathies on a regular basis. No doubt Labour thinks the BBC is infested with Tories.

Crefishgyn said...

I had to snigger a bit when Brown was introduced at the wreath laying ceremony as "the English Prime Minister" today. Says it all really.

No Good Boyo said...

He's just playing it for laughs these days.

Brown: Who still votes Labour, and how can we piss the losers off?

Balls: Wales. You give give Kinnock a job - his first ever!

Brown: Get lost; not even I'd put Neil in charge of anything.

Balls: He's got a wife, you know...

little red rooster said...

Brown: Paul Murphy is hopeless. We need a beacon of hope in this darkness...

Balls: Have you seen the glow from Peter Hain's orange forehead?

Justme said...

Arent' the Kinnocks still thought highly of in the valleys of Gwent. Sorry if that sounds patronising...I mean generally in that area. And the BBC wheel Lord Bedwellty out whenever they need a proud Taffy to talk about anything Welsh.....from Ray Gravells passing to the history of Cardiff FC.

Anonymous said...

Plaid Whitegate said...

"Powys and Roderick are themselves pretty close to NuLabour if not actual supporters" - both these also get accused of Plaid sympathies on a regular basis. No doubt Labour thinks the BBC is infested with Tories.

Then why aren't they asking the question posed by the first comment by anon 19:20 and why are you more or less defending them?