Tuesday, 31 August 2010

Pot, Kettle, Black!

Now I'm no big fan of Gordon Brown but this article in yesterday's Guardian has really wound me up. For the White House of George Bush to have the cheek to call into question the competency of another world leader is crass in the extreme. History may not look too kindly on Gordon Brown's career but it's likely to take a far dimmer view on the warmongering incompetency of the Bush Presidency. For the Bush White House to have 'grave doubts' about the premiership of Gordon Brown is like the 'pot calling the kettle black.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

This will be George W Bush who was twice elected to run his country compared to Gordon Brown who was.....oh, yes I remember now...not elected to run his party, not elected to run his country and delivered his party the worst defeat the have had for generations having virtually put the whole country into hock with his sheer utter incompetence whilst being fawned over and regarded as a financial colossuss by moronic fuckwits.

No Contest.

Plaid Whitegate said...

Is this the same George Bush who was "elected" by the slenderest of hanging chads (and some very dubious practices in Florida, where his brother was governor)?

Plaid Gwersyllt said...

GB was head and shoulders above GWB in intelligence, competency and committment to a social justice agenda...period!!!

Anonymous said...

Whitegate. Was he elected or wasn't he? Anyone convicted?. Only in the minds of narrow-minded simpleton holier than thou lefties.

Gwersyllt. Well that certainly puts you in the moronic fuckwit camp doesn't it. Easy. lol.You lefties will believe anything. I was taught never to believe anyone who use more than one exclamation mark.

Anonymous said...

Oh, and how come you all seem to have the same christian name, Plaid. I thought all you boyos there in the valleys were Taffy or Dai.

Plaid Whitegate said...

And who said satire was dead?

Plaid Gwersyllt said...

Never been called a fuckwit before, come to that never been called Taffy or Dai either...suppose its because I was born on top of a mountain and not in a valley.

Anonymous said...

Tut tut Gwersylt*, of course you've been called that before.And worse. Done it myself loads of times!!!!!!!!!! Top of a mountain eh. Explains a lot. Babies need oxygen for the brain to develope you know. At least now I know where the windswept hair look comes from.lol


Diolch lads. Good fun whilst it lasted. At least it shows that you can't stuff a rizla paper between you and Liebour. Something for the locals to remember next election eh?.
ta ta rwan. Nothing for me on this blog.


*see how easy I slip into the vernacular. Clever fuckers ,us exiles.


ps.Would be surprised if you didn't supress this comment in the true tradition of your stalinist authoritarian snotgobblin' votelosing hero, Gordie Wheresmypills Broon.

Plaid Whitegate said...

Mr Tourette is leaving the building

Anonymous said...

Too rette I am mate! Far too dull and headsupownasses here.Thought I would liven it up a bit. Shan't bother though.