iBlog: Shadow Cabinet


Tomorrow's blog today

Thursday, August 07, 2008

Shadow Cabinet

This lady sounds well cool!

imagine what this woman's business card would read:

``The Baroness Pauline Neville-Jones of Hutton Roof in the County of Cumbria Peer Shadow Security Minister and National Security Adviser to the Leader of the Opposition DCMG``

I'm sure we can shortern `Baroness Pauline Neville-Jones` to `Barry` though.

Still, it's good to see a 68 year old woman still working hard in the tory party. Makes Thatcher look a bit like a quitter really. Especially when you think Barry is basicly Skeletor wearing a man's wig:

Good money offered for anyone who can get me this pensioner's e-mail... she sounds fun!
Little While Later
wait wait!!!

We have a new fore runner in the prize for best shadow cabinet minister:

I present to you The Rt. Honourable Eric Pickles.

I should really leave it there. I could mention that it's ironical considering the `state of the nation` that he's called `Pickles` and is `Shadow Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government`. Or I could say that Ongar is a silly name for a constituency. I might even go personal and make fun of the way his coller pushes his face up so high it looks like he's struggling to keep his eyes open.

Instead, I choose to focus on how a fat bald man with a bad tie and a name like Pickles in a constituency called Ongar could possibly get a page on the Tory party website. Just goes to show what the Tories stand for... a shameless pride in the embarassing farce that is the Great British culture. The tories represent everything brilliant about being british by representing everything so dire about it! This is why nominating a green tree as the new logo was so silly! Green isn't what Tories are about!

Surely then, in the interests of PR karma, the green party should adopt as their image a semi naked Elgar draped in a Union Jack smoking a pipe with bulldog terrier afoot complaining about the weather and defeating the French and fending off the Germans with a mere cricket bat in one hand and a toby jug of warm beer in t'other.

I would vote for that party.


Post a Comment

<< Home