Tuesday 11 May 2010

It's over Brown, now go

Finally the charade is over. As Nick Drew spelt out so well yesterday, the Liberal Democrat and Labour discussions were a side track to nowhere. The Rainbow coalition was as likely as Bungle and Zippy getting parts in Hamlet.

So here are the simple facts:

Gordon Brown can no longer command Parliament and needs to go, this minute, to Buckingham Palace. The only alternatives are a Tory/Lib coalition or a Tory Minority Government. Therefore David Cameron is Prime Minister whatever the result and Gordon needs to go and tell the Queen this instant.


I don't want to wake up to another day of New Labour, we have had enough of this.

UPDATE: HOOOORAY! He's gone, that was really hard, boy did new Labour go down fighting and screaming. Little Dignity from Brown that I could see, despite what the media are pretending.


Nick Drew said...

kerr-ching ! - book that Deal

Clegg's done OK

Anonymous said...

If you can hear something in the distance, it'll be me cackling like a witch! :)

...it's only tempered by the memory that many, many people were this expectant in 1997, and look how that turned out.

Bill Quango MP said...

{Still like this one.}

Knock, Knock!

Who's There?


Dave who?

Never mind all that. Get out of my house!

CityUnslicker said...

Excellent. Now for the show trial please.

Electro-Kevin said...

CU - You're good. I mean reeeeal good.

The PM obviously reads your posts and was awaiting your command.


Budgie said...

"UPDATE: HOOOORAY! He's gone ..."

Yup, he has. I got to the point where I despaired of it ever happening.

I thought Labour in the 1970s was bad but Brown and New Labour make Callaghan and Healey look like honourable and wise statesmen. I warned my children that Labour always left the country in a non-working state: now they've seen it for themselves.