"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."

Monday, 10 May 2010

Goodnight Vienna

So much political back-stabbing makes you one me long for a simple life of home-grown food, a polished table with a vase of daffodils, a soft pillow and a comforting shoulder in a world without politicians.  Sweet dreams.


  1. How I agree... fuck the lot of them. Excuse my volatile infancy but I am so angry right now.

  2. Hi 13th - it's reached the stage where people don't know what they're voting for. We're not being told. Contrary to what the politicians say, it's a total lack of transparency.

    As for the language, I don't care what you say, so long as it isn't libellous. I've heard worse.

  3. 13th Spitfire You can't say 'fuck the lot of them' in case the cheeeldren see it, so says the Advertising Standards Authority who have called UKIP to account for their "Sod The Lot" poster.

  4. If this Lib/Lab conspiracy does go ahead, GV, it will most likely have collapsed in chaos and acrimony in three or four months while they take the rap for the fast-approaching financial shitstorm - McNutter will still be there in No.10 and take the largest splattering of shit all over him - cue fresh election which the Tories will win decisively! ;-)

  5. We need protecting by govt quangos don't we, Banned? We mustn't have naughty words because we're such delicate little flowers.

    Hi Angel - we're living in trying times and it's hard to keep the faith when someone keeps shifting the goalposts :-)

    I agree Spidey. I think the best thing Cameron can do is withdraw from all negotiations and let them get on with it. They'll soon implode, possibly as early as the Queen's Speech. It's the way they're twisting the election results and side-lining the people to suit their own agenda that annoys me.

  6. AnonymousMay 11, 2010

    Like the music - a welcome diversion from the vile behaviour of even viler poiticians - elected & unelected alike.

  7. Hi Anon, it doesn't hurt to have a few minutes' break from all the talking heads at the moment. I'm not sure if I'm right, but I think it might be a tango.


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