What a day for Mr. Brown. He’s earned my vote.
What a day for our wee Scottish Prime Minister. I’m sure it started out like any other, but finished after a rollercoaster ride of bad timing, regret and down right lunacy. This whole country has gone MENTAL because one man was caught saying something negative about someone. Which in all fairness it’s something we all do, EVERYDAY OF OUR LIVES!
Now from what I can see, this whole thing was blown up by the Conservative news channels, and reporters trying to squash Labours chances at remaining in power. While an election is imminent, small things like this get blown out of all proportion.
So why have I blogged about this? Why not? My view is, he is a human being, full of mistakes, sorry for only being caught. Who cares? I mean if you can sit there now, and hold your hand on your heart and tell yourself you’ve never said a bad word about anybody after they’ve been with you. You are lying to yourself, even if you haven’t said it, you will have thought it and to be honest that’s just as bad. At least Gordon had the bottle to express himself with his colleagues. If you have been living under a rock however, here’s the whole transcript courtesy of Sky News.
Mr Brown was caught saying: “That was a disaster.
His aide asked: “What did she say?”
Mr Brown replied: “Well, just…You should never have put me with that woman.
“Whose idea was that?”
The aide responded: “I don’t know, I didn’t see her. It was Sue I think…”
Mr Brown went on: “It’s just ridiculous.”
The aide said: “They’re pictures, I’m not sure they’ll go with that one.”
“They’ll go with it,” Mr Brown said.
“What did she say,” his aide asked.
Mr Brown replied: “Oh, everything, she’s just a sort of bigoted woman who said she used to vote Labour.”
Is that really terrible? C’mon now! You’ve said worse about people at work, or ex-partners! The meaning isn’t really too far away from what she was actually rambling on about to him. She knew what she was doing when she raised the issue, trying to get on the telly. Thinking she was clever confronting a man who had little to no time to reply. Don’t get me wrong, some of the things Gordon Brown’s labour are doing and have done boil my p**s. BUT! I wouldn’t confront him like that. I mean Gordon Brown wasn’t even chosen to lead our people by the people.
When you say it like that it doesn’t look like he was fit for the job, but in all fairness, he has had some obstacles to overcome as the PM of our country.
Still not sure what bigot means? Here’s the dictionary definition….
utterly intolerant of any creed, belief, or opinion that differs from one’s own.
See? Read more about the whole conversation, and you’ll soon realise he was right. Well done Gordon, just a shame your not John Prescott otherwise you could have battered her. That’s a joke, but Prescott was always mental.