If you have Blears, prepare to shed her now…

The daily writhings, wranglings, backstabbings and calamities of our government are starting to resemble some sort of low rent political version of ‘Dallas’.

Even more so this weekend with pronouncements from its very own ‘Poison Dwarf’, Hazel Blears.

I have little time for the woman with her faux-cheeky Northern lassie image backed up with all the flair and acumen of a dead whippet.

I wouldn’t trust her as far as I could throw her – but I wouldn’t pass up the chance to prove myself wrong if a deep nettle patch was handy.

Basically, she’s taken a pop at Gordon Brown:

Labour ministers have a collective responsibility for the government’s lamentable failure to get our message across

(Of which she is one.)

Of course, she’s since denied that this was any sort of attack on Gordon Brown’s recent and deeply disturbing You Tube appearence, saying:

Any suggestion that I intended what I wrote as criticism of him or his leadership is completely wrong.

I fully support the collective decisions we take as a government.

Now Prescott and Johnson have waded in to limit the damage, although it’s hard to imagine who’d find what they say convincing.

Nu Labour doesn’t just look sick, it looks terminallly ill.

2 Responses

  1. Poor little ole Bleary Eyes …………… It isn’t just her clothes she can’t co-ordinate …………….. She obviously has an even bigger problem co–ordinating her thoughts in speech and writing.

    Oooohh! …………. And there’s her telling old Browneye that he doesn’t know how to get his message across to the public!

    Maybe we should stick tiny Bleary Eyes in the bluebells to give your cat something to amuse himself with. …………… Only trouble is ……………. he may cough up a nasty orangey coloured hair-ball on your carpet.

  2. See? I said she had a smirksome smile… Still, at least she doesn’t look overly pleased with herself. Oh, wait a minute, she does.

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