Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Moving on

It's been a fantastic week for those of us who love rugby, English (or for that matter French) rugby, especially if you can combine it with a deep and abiding distrust of the alleged capabilities of the waste of time and opportunity that currently occupies 10 Downing Street.

It's been fun, but it's time to move on. The biggest joke in the world (whom the Labour machinery will have to carry through the next few weeks and months) can get tedious after sufficient repetition, so it is time to put the easy gibes behind and get stuck into the lack of substance of the man.

There is a vast anaemic underbelly of thought in the NuLabour project that the country is waking up to, and is worth greater effort than picking over the current bones.

For all that though it's been a good week for anyone who distrusts Team Brown, so even though 95% of you have already seen it, let's leave it on a high, with what I understand to be Will Howells' efforts (H/T: Just about everyone):

Hope you enjoyed the honeymoon Gordon, that is as good as it will ever get, and it's over.

Things can only get worse.

Update: Yes, this time I mean it, I think...

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