"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Tuesday, 20 October 2009

Dissociative Identity Disorder

It used to be known as Multiple Personality Disorder and I'm beginning to wonder whether this is behind Brown's frequent u-turns.  Perhaps Gordon No.1 says one thing and the next day it's all forgotten as Gordon No.2 takes over and says the opposite.  This morning Ian Dale blogged 'Gordon Brown's Top Ten Dithers'  and a few hours later we have another one to add to the list:

Sunday: Brown backs a ban on MPs having their 2nd home mortgage subsidised by the taxpayer .
Today:  As Kelly decides to ban taxpayer subsidies for mortgage interest payments and recommends CGT is repaid Brown warns Kelly over changes to 2nd home rules.

I wonder what Gordon No.3's spokesman will say tomorrow if he's asked to 'clarify' the situation.


6 comments:

  1. He needs a long lie down, preferably from now until the general election, or his resignation. Whichever comes first.

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  2. Ha - or until his plant self-destructs in about 49 days :)

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  3. I suspect Daaaahling has told him that the public won't countenance being further financially raped by the incontinent spending habits of the madman in No 10.

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  4. He should say it a bit louder then Fausty because the gist of the article is that Brown's warning Kelly not to be heavy-handed with reform on 2nd homes.

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  5. GV having been raised in the protective hothouse atmos of UK politics he's completely unsuited to living in the EU gulag. He wants to make the transition but his gamettes won't let him. Awwww he's about to become extinct. YIPPEE!!!

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  6. I've never known a man change his mind so often or as quickly as Brown does. He just floats on the wind. I don't think his fellow EU leaders have much respect for him either but they might let him tag along at the G20 or the new world bank when he's finished us off here.

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