Do you think Gordon Brown will ever wise up?

How long would your relationship last if it were on the rocks, and you just kept on maintaining that you had always been right for the last 12 years? 99.99 percent of the population know he is to blame for the UK aspects of our current situation. When will he appear in a Show Trial like he is doing to the bankers, or even apologise for anything he has instigated since 1997?

Asked By: sdc1306 - 2/14/2009
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He's not right for the job and should get his arse out of power. It's ridiculous a democratic country likes ours ended up with a PM we didn't vote for. By 2013 we're going to be 1 trillion pounds in debt, and as a 16 year old I will probably spend the rest of my life paying it back. I feel sorry for Alastair Darling... More
Answered By: Felt Monkey - 2/14/2009
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That's democracy for you. At least we get to kick him out when he can no longer keep postponing a General Election (the sooner the better). Then he can be relegated to history along with Tony B.liar
Answered By: The_Ends_Of_Invention - 2/14/2009
It's not just Gordon, it's the whole Labour government. Time for a General Election.
Answered By: *Sidious* - 2/14/2009
I doubt it - he's too thick. Well, COME ON - anybody else would have realised they were in a no-win situation OF THEIR OWN MAKING years ago - but oh no, not him ! ! !
Answered By: System Airey - 2/14/2009
This buffoon is too stupid to realise just how gormless he really is!
Answered By: Corky - 2/14/2009
He doesn't care! He's got the top job, knows he's extremely unpopular and is too busy making sure his nest is feathered to even care if folk hate him or love him!!
Answered By: RedSnook - 2/14/2009
A big fat NO. And Brown the arrogant one will never ,ever admit that he is a failure and that he is 99% to blame for the economic dire straits the uk is in. Brown created this economic monster when he was Chancellor and has continued to nurture it whilst he has been PM. In the end this monster will destroy the UK if we... More
Answered By: little weed - 2/14/2009
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