Monday, 1 June 2009

Our Glorious Leader Is Here To Stay.



Gordon Brown said he would refuse to move aside even if senior Labour figures told him it would help the party retain seats at a general election, arguing that his focus was on tackling the recession and pushing through a programme of constitutional reform.



He said that he was determined to "clean up" the political system before the country went to the polls again while at the same time leading Britain out of recession.

"We have a duty before we have an election to show that the system has been cleaned up," he told BBC Radio's Today programme.

"I feel that with the record that I have had in the past, I am in the best position to clean up this political system so that when people go to the next election they will have candidates that they know, through transparency, are candidates they can vote for and at the same time they have a new form of democratic settlement before them that they can then feel proud that the British constitution has been reformed.

"That's what I'm going to do over these next few months.

"I am going to get on with the job that I set myself. People know I am determined and people know I work hard and people know that I am not going to allow temporary setbacks to deter me from doing what is the right thing for the country.

"I am not arrogant or unwilling to listen to people but I do believe that if people look towards what needs to be done at the moment, it is to get us through this economic downturn. I think I have got the experience to do that."

4 comments:

  1. LN this is UNBELIEVABLE!!!!!!!!!!

    "I am not arrogant or unwilling to listen to people . . "

    WTF! The man is a terminal contradictionary disease!

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  2. Thing is... He actually believes that we want him to be the one who saves us from our wrong thinking. That we're only pretending to hate him and that really we love and worship him.

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  3. He seems to forget, the political system "that he wants to clean up", is just the tip of the iceberg, the proverbial straw that broke the camels back.

    Doesn't he realise that everything he has ever touched since he became chancellor has turned to crap?

    He's useless at everything! He needs to admit he is an utter failure and call an election.

    Just to prove he still does believe in a democracy.

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  4. He hasn't forgotten anything in my opinion. He has no intention of listening to anyone, on any subject. He is right, no-one else's opinion matters. We are all his subjects, and have no say in our future. Win or lose, this is his endgame. That little speech was his anouncment of his reality. Queenie is worried, his senior ministers are scared shitless, Jacqui is advancing the registration of the citizens and Jack Straw is waiting in the wings to take control of the admistration of Brown's Justice.
    Nobody matters beyond his own desires. Reminds me of another pretender to the throne of Europe.

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