So, Broon, speaking on the radio yesterday, began to rehearse his excuses for what will - hopefully - be a humiliating defeat. Apparently, its not our fault we're not voting for him - it's everybody else's.
Like for example, those politically-minded celebrities who tell us how we should vote. Gordie said angrily:
“This isn’t an election about what one or two celebrities think. It’s about what the people think .. People are worried about bigger issues than which celebrity is doing what.”
What? What the fuck?
This is the man, and the party, who trotted out failed old tranny comedian Eddie Izzard to make a Party Election Broadcast, to say how very marvellous Labour were, and to put on a funny voice and warn us against the evil Tories?
It's also the man, and the party, who got 'wish-I-could-have-been-a-real-soldier' luvvie Ross Kemp to bang on and on about how marvellous Labour were in another PEB.
What the fuck are Messrs Izzard and Kemp, Gordo? They may be Z-list, but they're both celebrities, you gurning fuckwit. Mind you, you're quite right, this election is definitely not about what those two idiots think.
McBroon also bemoaned the fact that, in spite of 13 years of Labour education policy, many people in the country are still able to read, and in spite of his comprehensive wrecking of the economoy, many people still have a television. So we're being influenced by the media too: Broon's frustrated at the..
“..newspapers, newspaper proprietors, a few television pundits .. who have tried to decide the election before people had voted."
"But this isn’t an election to be decided by .. media people. It’s the people’s election"
Oh yeah, Gordon? Why then the unbelievably pathetic attempts by Kevin Maguire of The Mirror to big you up and rubbish the eevil Tories? Why do the BBC frequently report your biased statements and spin as if they were fact, Gordon?
So, you're fucked Gordon, you're headed down the pan, and it's because we choose to believe celebrities, and we choose to believe the media, eh?
Thank fuck we stopped believing you, Broon, years ago.