Miserable much, Mandy?

Poor little Peter Mandelson; what is to become of him?

His former party have been - in spite of his endless manipulations - been utterly humiliated at the polls.

He no longer has a key to number 10.

His favourite glove puppet, Gordon Broon, has gone - taking the little hands of his not-props-children and marching off into the sunset.

All because those naughty Lib Dems talked with him for a while about a 'Rainbow Coalition', then turned their backs on him and went off with the Conservatives to form a real Government.

And is Mandy bitter? You betcha:

"I led our team in talks with the Liberal Democrats because that's what they said they wanted to do. In the final analysis, I'm wondering though, whether that's what they actually intended.

"When I think about it, I think they were creating so many difficulties and barriers and obstacles, that perhaps they thought their interests lay on the Conservative side rather than the progressive side."

Ahhhhh. Poor Manders. Honestly, eh? You put out on the first date for the Lib Dems, you get up early to make them a lovely breakfast, and then you find an empty bed, some horribly stained curtains, and a scribbled note with a fake 'phone number on it.

Couldn't have happened to a nastier man...

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14 comments:

Timdog said...

Love it, couldn't happen to a more unpleasant fuckhead.

AntiCitizenOne said...

Some wonder if the Lib Dems "negotiated" just to get Labour to damage itself.

Machiavelli has been out played.

Jill said...

I fear you underestimate him. There's a bigger game being played there.

mungle said...

Wonder if it was all just a ruse to get Gordo to resign as leader without too much drama and histrionics. The schemers would have known that Gordon would be less resistant to resigning if he thought he was throwing a spanner in the works of the Con/Lib talks at the same time.They would also have known that Gordon would have been attracted to the idea of adding to the post election political chaos and would also have known that the "rainbow alliance was bollocks.

Mrs Rigby said...

*snigger*

He still has games to play with all his foreign chums, who themselves have fingers in many British pies - but perhaps that's the wrong sort of analogy to use.

Catosays said...

Mrs Rigby....I'm aghast... Such smut!!

Anonymous said...

I would wager that mandy stage managed events to smoke the fuhrer out of his bunker on a damage limitation exercise.

thespecialone said...

Why is there suddenly a 'Progressive' party (Labour)? Did they realise that communist/marxist doesnt appeal to the public?

Antisthenes said...

It was a setup alright; get rid of Broon and spoil the Con/LD coalition talks, one out of two not bad.

Even Broon got in on the act running off to the palace prematurely to put Cameron on the spot unaware that he was being suckered by his own party or possibly by now aware of what was going on and got all moody and petulant.

Anonymous said...

It's taken a long, long time but Labour have finally faced up to the fact that Brown was a complete liability and have managed to push him off the stage.

One would be encouraged to think that having now gathered some courage, that the machiavellian Mandelson and that appalling lying wanker Campbell will be the next to be sent to Coventry.

One can at least hope...

killemallletgodsortemout said...

Should be interesting when someone starts to dish the dirt on the snaky, nasty, pillow-munching bastard.

I doubt that it will take long.

Happy Days!

Joe Public said...

Someone's a poor negotiator.

OK Gordoom's resignation was a precondition of a COAL, but as Cloggy's jumped into bed with iDave, Mr Brown needn't have resigned at all. What a pity!

winston smith said...

all day that fuckwit campbell has been on fivelive . pouring scorn on the con/lib coalition and generally talking s--t . get over it you lost end of . 13 years and its finally over . good riddance fondleboy lord

banned said...

Thespecial one, We are all "Progressives" now, or so it seems.