Brown. Out.

Now here's a day we thought would never come. A day that should have come years ago.

It shouldn't feel good to see a man's career end, but in this case, CF is more than willing to make an exception.

Just think, if his party had had the guts to make this happen months ago, we'd probably be reluctantly settling down to a fourth Labour term.

But he didn't, and as a result, his party will now tear itself apart, while Cameron (and Clegg, if his beardie friends will let him) endeavours to clear up the almighty mess this idiot has made of our once-great nation.

Goodbye, Gordon, and good riddance.

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14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Brown out but Liebore still in - what will the markets do?

SpiteK said...

Not quite the good news I was hoping for though. Only resigning as leader, not making the trip to the palace to tell Her Madge cheerio.

Anonymous said...

Brown wouldn't have taken this step if he hadn't thought it had a chance of furthering the "progressive coalition" cause.
This is not a man who knows when to back off, so he must have been convinced that at the very least his resignation would harm the eeevil Tories - and he's not wrong, actually; it might.

pnigotic said...

problem is, he's taking the country with him...

Jill said...

SURELY they can't make a rainbow alliance work? Good lord.

John R said...

This makes me want to puke!!

Two parties both of which lost seats and votes conspiring to thwart the party that massively increased both.

It really is time to take to the streets as these bastards are just twisting the rule book inside out to get what they want.

Anonymous said...

Musings;

And the Brown twat will be PM until at least the Autumn.

Is an intention to resign the same as resigning? Perhaps Clegg should draw up a legally binding contract for Brown to sign, you know just in case he decides to go back to court to prove that a promise is not binding.

A lab/lib coalition will be the end of this country.

Deenzy said...

I say let Libs & Lab get on with it, it will be a disaster and will collapse in acrimony in no time at all triggering another general election and a Tory majority. Its a shame that in the meantime no one is running our country and sorting out the wreckage of our economy. That's what happens when Labour act in the "National Interest"

I am Stan said...

Yo Furious,

Olives,olive oil and Molotov cocktails to wash them down with....niiiiice!.

Anonymous said...

"Two parties both of which lost seats and votes conspiring to thwart the party that massively increased both."

Actually the Lib Dems gained votes.

Womble On Tour said...

God knows what this means about the timescales for a Lib/Lab coalition. Are the LDs so desperate for power that they'll sign up to a deal without knowing who the Labour leader will be ? Yes, OK, they probably are.

mungle said...

He is trying to punish us for not revering him enough by arranging for Balls and co to remain in power, even if that means bribing the scots/welsh nats. Is this the "change" that the game host meant, liebore to continue minus gordon?

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Two parties both of which lost seats and votes conspiring to thwart the party that massively increased both."

Actually the Lib Dems gained votes.

10 May 2010 18:57

They came a poor third and are now calling the shots?

Anonymous said...

CF,will this prick go down in history as the worst pm ever?Even to this day thatch is hated beyond belief,but surely she didnt inflict the damage on our great country as mcdoom and his comrades have?