Sunday, June 24, 2007

Harriet Harman the vacuous wins it!

Yes, Harriet Harman who seemed to be standing on the somewhat vacuous platform that she is a woman! (Well so is hazel Blears who at least had the honesty to stand on her own merits)

The amusing thing is that during the hustings she has come across as anti Iraq war and anti many of Labour's current public service reforms.

Life with Gordon will be fun!

Not only that I suspect she is an open goal for the Conservative party as well as being not very voter friendly.

The BBC has this.


Anonymous said...

O/T, O/T.
Hamas has just releases seized fatah documents that show that Egyptian intel knew of at least 22 smuggling tunnels into Gazoo, but did F A about them.
Seemingly Israeli intel didn't know.
Mondays meeting at Sharm al-Sheikh should be interesting.

Benedict White said...

Erik, many thanks, I did say that Hamas having all those nice new guns showed Egyptian intelligence was not doing it's job.

Anonymous said...

Harriet Harman The Fat. Harriet Harman The Smug. Harriet Harman The Hypocrite. She has a face that cries out to be slapped.

Benedict White said...

Verity, don't hold back, say what you really mean!

Anonymous said...

I'm shy.

Anonymous said...

Labour members when casting their vote thought that they had better throw in a token women in their preferences and that is how she won!!
Fraser Nelson hits it on the nail in this article from the coffeehouse blog.

Anonymous said...

Fine. The more bossy women Labour incorporates into its structure, the better.

Because other women DO NOT LIKE THEM.

This is why Dave's programme of recruiting women was a non-starter. He didn't listen to voters. He listened to his trendy advisors, and lost real people's votes.

The world is not hungering for women legislators. It's just not.

Stonch said...

Verity, I think your posts tell us why Theresa May bang on the money about Tories being the "nasty party". It's people like you, etc etc.

Benedict White said...

Verity, You shy, LOL!

As for people not wanting women legislators, you are right in the sense that they do not want them just because they are women, but wrong that they don't want them at all.

Stonch, as far as I am aware verity is not a member of my party.

Anonymous said...

No, Benedict, you are correct. I am no longer a member of the Tory party. I'm genuinely sorry to say.

Stonch - Have a point to make, other than being an angry monkey slinging poo. There's a good little ... errr ...

Benedict - You are wrong. Women do not want other women making laws for their lives. Yes, obviously, there are some women we think of as legislators ... not women. But "women" per se. No.

No. No. No. No. No.

I do not want bossy fat woman in colour-co-ordinated sweater outfits in any chamber I would vote for. Women, by and large, if they are putting themselves forward into public life, are interferers. Their families are not enough for them to boss. The village council isn't enough. Neither is the town council.

Dear god, save me from bossy women trying to wriggle their way, unasked, into my life. In their colour co-ordinated cashmeres. Ever notice they are always more in front of the cameras in the cold weather? In the hot weather, no bikinis with fat stomachs and flapping under-arms? I can't stand them, and neither can most women and David Cameron is an uppity moron.

OEs are so passé. You only have to look at Prince William.

Stonch said...

Verity, as you're such a misogynist, I trust you won't mind me using one of the most misogynistic words to describe you:

Verity, you are a cunt.

Ta ta for now.