Posts Tagged ‘Gordon Brown’

Finally Gordon Brown has acknowledged nobody wants him. He’s handed in his notice and will be gone within a few months. I’m not going to say much other than it’s about bloody time.

He’s never been PM material and annoys the hell out of me. Who knows what will happen now, LabLib ? We shall see…


Gordon’s done it again. He’s opened his mouth without thinking. I briefly entertained the thought that he might stop saying ridiculous things in the run up to this election given his already fragile popularity. He obviously can’t help himself.

By calling one of his supporters a bigot for doing nothing more than daring to challenge him he confirms my suspicions that he doesn’t care one single bit about what the country thinks. His hypocritical and two-faced reaction, based on nothing more than a brief meeting which left him nowhere near enough time make such a judgement is classic Gordon Brown.

“Bigot” is a dangerous word to throw at someone for you run the risk of it bouncing straight back at you. It’s definition, after all, is to be “obstinately convinced of the superiority or correctness of one’s own opinions”. That definition fits Brown like a glove. His reaction was to accuse her of intolerance whilst displaying the classic signs of intolerance himself.

Let it be said Gordon is probably not alone here, I have no doubt the others have said some things they shouldn’t have behind closed doors

If Gordon Brown wanted what was best for the country he’d recognise the level of contempt for the public has for him and stand aside. Alas! That is never going to happen, for Gordon wants nothing more than to be elected. This election is about him winning the job of Prime Minister, he is not content with simply being handed it on a plate. He will pursue this end regardless of whether he brings the Labour party down with him and his colleagues won’t stand in his way if they know what’s good for them (and their long term careers).

This is indicative of Gordon, he’s a control freak who can’t stand it when someone disagrees with him and lashes out when he feels wronged. He’d do well to realise most of the country disagree with him most of the time.