"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."

Friday, 13 April 2012

Anderson, Schmanderson

"The sovereign people ought to be thoroughly, abjectly, ashamed of their spinelessness, their infirmity of purpose, their unspeakable wetness. But there it is. They are the only sovereign people we have."
So speaks Bruce Anderson, piss-poor journalist par excellence and author of such oleaginous hagiographies of Cameron that one fears for his mental state. Or, at least one would, if one gave a sh!t about this t!t of a man.

And who is this "we" of whom he writes? How easy it is for this rather creepy individual to distance himself from the sweaty mob and align himself securely at His Master's side inside the Westminster Bubble, separate and distinct from we who are 'spineless, infirm of purpose and unspeakably wet'.

Anderson is delusional if he really thinks all Cameron has to do to win more Conservative support is turn the economy around & deliver tough guy soundbites.

Economy & leadership
Serene Cameron is misunderstood

Lovely, I've just found this from Nadine Dorries: "[Anderson is] a complete misogynistic @rse".

Here's a pic of the man who has variously been described as a tosser, a tw@t, and as having a fondness for the sherry.

Now I've seen a pic of him, it explains so much and I reckon the best thing to do is just keep laughing at him, or as the boys would say, "Leave it Ma, 'e aint werf it."

UPDATE: While I'm playing whack-a-hack here's another load of execrable nonsense: Walter Ellis. This article embraces everything from Wolf Tone to Republicanism and the EU and ends with nothing of any real relevance to say about UKIP. It actually made me chuckle out loud to think that this is what passes for informed comment in our daily newspapers.  The author is being metaphorically slaughtered in the comments, and deservedly so.

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