WHAT A MUDDLE, AND GONE WITH THE WIND

When it comes to saying something stupid, you can always trust Muddle. According to him, the new Tory MPs from Scotland are going to represent people who voted no to independence.

And there was me thinking that they were obliged to represent ALL the people in their constituency, old and young, black or white,  Scottish or English, unionist or independentist, Tory or Liberal, whatever.

Maybe Mr Muddle could supply a list of alternative MPs who will be available for people in these Tory constituencies (including his own) who are supporters of a free Scotland. And hopefully, he will bring ‘his influence’ (snigger) to bear to overturn the rules that say that MPs may not deal with issues from people from without their constituencies.

In the meantime, Mrs May proved that once you have become known as an incompetent clumsy, useless idiot there is simply nothing that will go right for you. She should ask Gordon Brown. He knows all about that.

COHABITATION IN HELL

 

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What a displeasing sight. Where’s her suitcase? Which bedroom is she having? That’s not a male of the opposite sex with her, is it?
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And you thought we were joking about them being loonies. If only Jesus had turned water into beer, maybe things would have been different.
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They don’t care for freedom of choice in religion. If you’re not a hard right Christian infant, tough.
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Remember the Tories threatening that Corbyn would take Britain back to the 1970s? They forgot to mention that the Tories would take people back to the 1930s, and with the DUP on board the 1750s. I wonder when the witch duckings will start.
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Amazing this irresponsible woman, with her woodchip burning scheme and her obnoxious beliefs, is holding Scotland and Britain to ransom.
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Better hurry. They just sold off another chunk of the health service to Branson.

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The Vicar’s daughter getting a lecture about the Bible. There is no such thing as evolution. It all took 6 days, right?
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I always thought she had a rather fluted voice. Now I know why.

And Finally: Today Mrs May in is France to meet with President Macron. She is sure to congratulate him on the stunning success of his new party “En Marche” in the first round of the National Assembly elections. He will probably tactfully reply that the weather has been somewhat indifferent this summer, n’est ce pas?

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