If Dave had sex with a pig then you just know Boris did too....

(58 Posts)
MagpieRainbow Wed 23-Sep-15 07:46:33

The two other big names on the Conservative landscape- Boris Johnson and George Osbourne- both attended similar or the very same educational establishments where this sort of ceremonial induction was a requisite. Had we not better look a bit further away for the next leader of the tories? That would ensure that they are then perceived as a party of meritocracy and not just a playground of those born into wealthy families. And also then we can be sure that they didn't have sex with a pig.

Isitmebut Wed 23-Sep-15 08:10:49

Looking at the pigs ear of a state Labour left the UK in after 13-years of countless money and a parliamentary majority to shape the UK zoo exactly how they wanted it - one has to wonder if it is Tory sex with the pigs that creates socialist politicians.

MagpieRainbow Wed 23-Sep-15 08:47:36

Im sure that was more to do with a global financial crisis than anything to do with Labour. And during their time in opposition there were no Tory propositions to insulate our economy from such an eventuality. I personally don't wonder if 'Tory sex with the pigs creates socialist politicians'. I just think its distasteful and Id rather have a leader I could be absolutely sure wasn't into that sort of thing.

Isitmebut Wed 23-Sep-15 09:04:14

MagpieRainbow ... Im sure that was more to do with a global financial crisis than anything to do with Labour.

Well I can prove that it wasn't, it was the pig-ignorant policies mainly before the crash began, the massive building of a an expensive and large Quango Public Sector, benefits, welfare, tax credit state - as the private sector and citizens paid far more taxes supporting it, losing 1 million manufacturing jobs in their first 7-years during a boom, pensions were buggered, gold sold, hardly any homes built for a secret immigration policy - so WHEN the crash hit, real incomes fell, the Labour big State/Public Sector Ponzi scheme could only increase taxes, not lower them to help companies and the people.

Labour built an economy on the tax receipts of a financial bubble they helped create, by de regulating the UK banks that Brown has apologised for, so when the bubble burst, we had huge fixed costs but the tax receipts of huge borrowing/speculation fell away = the £153 billion budget deficit overspend Labour left, the largest in our peace time history and around 3 x that of socialist France.

And all that was better than the rumour of an act by the PM fixing that mess. Marvellous.

P.S. Still like to blame the Tories (even in opposition) for Labour's screw ups, priceless.

squidzin Wed 23-Sep-15 09:12:43

I fucking Love the Daily Mail !!!!

MagpieRainbow Wed 23-Sep-15 09:15:18

I was saying the blame spreads in so many directions its almost invisible. Thank you for 'proving' it to me. I have now been converted from a dubious-of -all-parties/ideologies/leaders person into a subscriber of all things Tory and I will eternally disregard any Labour supporters attempts to convert me by rolling of a similar bunch of figures and incidents- oh wait he had sexual knowledge of a dead pig-AND HE ALLOWED CLASS A DRUGS AT HIS HOUSE!

Isitmebut Wed 23-Sep-15 09:29:02

"oh wait he had sexual knowledge of a dead pig-AND HE ALLOWED CLASS A DRUGS AT HIS HOUSE!

I have proof that Labour totally took an economy in 1997 that had grown for around 24 conseq quarters and over 13-years turned it seven ways to Sunday, into a TOTAL overspending basket case.

Where is your proof any of our politicians was involved with the pig initiation 'stuff' - as even the author says it does not exist?

Drugs, so none of the Labour politicians in their youth took drugs, p-lease.

MagpieRainbow Wed 23-Sep-15 13:09:42

We are talking about class A drugs- no one even raises an eyebrow at weed, or indeed harder stuff that they did at uni. He wasn't at uni when the coke taking took place. And EVERYTHING you front as proof is open to debate. And if he didn't do it, why no denial other than the Dowling Street issued response? I wouldn't expect him to have to do a Clintenesque denial as he looks down the camera. I would not expect him to say 'I did not have sex with that pig'. But I would expect him to say something to express the ludicrousness of the 'allegation'. Perhaps there is more in the pipeline and any denial now will make him look like a liar (as well as a man who had sex with a pig).

Isitmebut Wed 23-Sep-15 13:47:40

As he said, why dignify it when it came from a book by an author that says 'he had a (£8 million) beef' with Cameron and can not verify his own claims - if this was any other media than a book published by the billionaire author - it would not have even been in alleged, as a Jackanory has more substance.

Meanwhile Cameron is still busy sorting out the Labour shit stack he inherited, not the economy etc etc etc the Conservatives passed to Labour in 1997.

Clearly there are class warriors out there that would rather Cameron is distracted by this 'stuff' as if they looked at the socialists record to 1979 and 2010 in any honesty, they couldn't get up in the morning, never mind vote for their incompetence again - so if you can't get him on his record, keep throwing the slurry.

Under Labour, we all got fucked.

squidzin Wed 23-Sep-15 14:37:55

None of us fucked a pig though

MephistophelesApprentice Wed 23-Sep-15 14:40:54

That's how these cabals form. You all do something collectively embarassing that then binds you with the enormity of the secret. It's how paedophile rings work as well.

MephistophelesApprentice Wed 23-Sep-15 14:40:55

That's how these cabals form. You all do something collectively embarassing that then binds you with the enormity of the secret. It's how paedophile rings work as well.

MephistophelesApprentice Wed 23-Sep-15 14:41:09

Oops, didn't mean to do that.

Isitmebut Wed 23-Sep-15 14:47:35

Squidzin ... I hear that you had a pig or two, thats all it needs to be true, eh, sweet cheeks? lol

squidzin Wed 23-Sep-15 14:50:19

Except I didn't. Cameron did it's in a written book with reliable witnesses, eh. That's what it takes to be true.

Isitmebut Wed 23-Sep-15 14:54:44

If you didn't take at least one pig, you are talking porkies as the author does not have reliable witnesses, who were they, as they say they cannot substantiate any of the claims - in a book a billionaire has published, as no one else would - as without any substance, its called fiction.

squidzin Wed 23-Sep-15 14:57:26

Boris Johnson is a reliable mate of mine ;)

Isitmebut Wed 23-Sep-15 14:57:52

I wonder how many pigs Corbyn had on his motorbike, we are getting more kiss and tells the more 'important' he gets ...his ex wives seem to think that HE was the (selfish) pig.

squidzin Wed 23-Sep-15 14:57:53

But i don't like him.

squidzin Wed 23-Sep-15 14:59:40

Boris only wants me for my money.

SaskiaRembrandtWasFramed Wed 23-Sep-15 15:09:25

Sorry, but anyone who likens a female human being to a pig is not worth talking to or debating with.

Isitmebut Wed 23-Sep-15 15:11:59

Fair dooos.....he certainly won't be interested in your intellect.

(banjo)

Isitmebut Wed 23-Sep-15 15:14:50

Who says I was talking about female human beings - with bikers anything goes.

SaskiaRembrandtWasFramed Wed 23-Sep-15 15:23:00

Female bikers are human too. If you consider them to be on a par with livestock, that says a lot about you and absolutely nothing about them.

Isitmebut Wed 23-Sep-15 15:32:12

Who said I was talking about having male bikers e.g Hells Angels, having female bikers...I find this hugely amusing that you do not complain about the unsubstantiated beastiality filth others have written...but worry about sex on a a motor bike with object unknown?

What does that say about you???

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