Sunday, April 12, 2009

Quote of the Day


"It's a measure of the man [Draper] that after suffering a nervous breakdown
and then training as a psychotherapist that he would think
smearing Osborne's wife for being emotionally fragile
"is totally brilliant."
"
Siberian Tory's mother

16 comments:

The Lakelander said...

There's a big difference when someone who is involved with this government has a nervous breakdown (as opposed to a normal member of the public having one.)

It's a convenient smokescreen that is meant to stop the press from digging too deep into what you've really been up to all these years.

A few years spent, supposedly in therapy and you can then come back, re-invented.

Only in Derek's case, he came back as the same old Derek.

Bye, bye Derek.

talwin said...

I imagined it was only pre-pubescent girls who said things like 'totally brilliant'.

Tom said...

You've spelt Osborne's name wrong in that quote Iain!

Forlornehope said...

But did Draper actually train as a psychotherapist? I thought that the jury was still out on that one.

Siberian Tory said...

Actually, I spelt Osborne's name wrong. Sorry Iain.

pete-s said...

Brown had his 'Nervous breakdown' years ago. As usual he will never admit to any shortcomings.

Conand said...

Huge Kudos for Siberian Tory's mum.
The IDD Quote of the Day!

*High-Fives Siberian Tory's mum* :D

Lady Finchley said...

My God, the man is a weasel. I never thought I'd ever be cheering George Galloway for anything!

Jonathan Cook said...

Draper is reaping the vileness of his smears in spades.

Drapers web-site 'for millions' has delivered, although I'm not sure he was aiming for infamy (again).

Daily Referendum said...

The man is scum. Mirror dodging tw*t.

Plato said...

I've pulled together some of the best stuff published online this morning here.

Elizabeth said...

There is something rotten in the heart of Gordon Brown's Downing Street, and it has spread to places like Oxfam's HQ in Oxford, which are filled with Draper's and McBride's henchmen: Antonia Bance for instance, who is deputy director of the UK Poverty Programme, and is allegedly using Oxfam for her own party political ambitions, if you go by many of the comments on her blog.

Siberian Tory said...

Thanks Iain, after explaining what a blog is, you made her day.

crimeficreader said...

It is clear from his recent media appearances that he learned nothing during his training.

The gov on the run: I see from page 9 of the MoS that Hazel Blears is now encouraging all to support St George's day. This from a gov that has cut up a united kingdom and sees England as only fit to sit in and sponge off.

I am clearly not in a good mood today!

Lady Finchley said...

Elizabeth - I stopped giving to Oxfam years ago and your post has confirmed that I was right - thank you!

Sceptical Steve said...

Lady Finchley, it was a nice idea but I think you'll find that about 25% of Oxfam's income comes from central or local government, so we're all giving!

Nice to know we're providing a secure the next generation of McBrides.