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I was just trying to think of someone more repulsive than George Osbourne.......

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LadyBlaBlah Thu 15-Apr-10 13:32:57

and couldn't

Lutyens Thu 15-Apr-10 17:22:55

George Osborne makes me come over all sick. But Nick Griffin and Simon Cowell much much worse!

Strange thing is Peter Mendelson, in spite of everything, doesn't repulse me! I just don't get that visceral illogical inexplicable revulsion for him that I do for Osborne and Cowell.

LOVE the Archbishop of Canterbury quote. That'll be the day grin

SethStarkaddersMum Thu 15-Apr-10 17:24:38

agree re Galloway.

but rather like Gove.

omnishambles Thu 15-Apr-10 17:26:59

I lvoe that famous Osborne quote about his school (Eton) not being that elitist because pupils fathers ran the whole social gamut from lords to solicitors...

George Osborne, for example, is a twat

Itsjustafleshwound Thu 15-Apr-10 17:29:14

If we include past ones, my vote would go for Neil Hamilton

What about the slimeballs in UKIP - Nigel SS... and the permatan one ...Kilroy ..

SethStarkaddersMum Thu 15-Apr-10 17:38:57

I thought Osborne went to St Pauls?
and was mocked for being an oik by his friends in the Bullingdon.

omnishambles Thu 15-Apr-10 17:42:26

so he did - no wonder there was such a big social mix grin

BaconandEgg Thu 15-Apr-10 17:42:47

Gordon Brown. The fake smile, the bizarre jaw ... Whilst I think it's important to understand the parties' stances on various issues, there is absolutely no way I can watch the debate tonight. 90 minutes of Gordo would drive me absolutely insane.

lincstash Thu 15-Apr-10 17:44:15

Oh thats easy. You could easily rattle off Harriet Harman, the antimale bigot, or Jackie Smith the Incompetent, or Alan Ainsworth, the Useleess Defence Secretary but the easy winner is......

Peter Mandelson. A slimy, conniving two faced liar who has spent 20 years lining his own pocket with public money, and has actually bee ejected from public office twice for dishonest. Spent his entire time in Brussels selling us down the river and stabbing us in the back, whilst filling his own pockets by selling favours and patronage, and using his public position for his own person advancement.

Rotten, corrupt, untrustworthy, dishonest and thoroughly vile to the core, there is no one more repulsive than Peter Mandelson.

SethStarkaddersMum Thu 15-Apr-10 17:48:49

he belongs in the court of Henry VIII really, Mandelson.

TheFirstLady Thu 15-Apr-10 17:55:58

I like Peter Mandelson.

Agree with Riven though, David Mellor is possibly the most repulsive politician ever to hold office.
But George Osborne is a close second.

ImSoNotTelling Thu 15-Apr-10 18:08:39

nicholas soames, surely.

noddyholder Thu 15-Apr-10 18:15:42

Nick griffin and that little Yvette woman

scarletlilybug Thu 15-Apr-10 18:34:37

No one mentioned Tony Blair yet?

Peter Mandelson.

Alastair Campbell. .

Gordon Brown.

Harriet Harman.

Ed Balls.

Austin Mitchell.

Sarah Teather.

Can't remember his name, but the "my house is like Balmoral" bloke.

said Thu 15-Apr-10 18:35:24

Michael Gove

said Thu 15-Apr-10 18:37:55

Oliver Letwin - ohgod, there's loads.

You won't see much of Osborne now though, he'll put on back-burner until election is over. Ditto Gove.

said Thu 15-Apr-10 18:40:02

Loads of repulsive ones, I mean. Osborne is very definitely repulsive.

GetOrfMoiLand Thu 15-Apr-10 18:40:06

Margaret Thatcher

Shaun Woodward

GetOrfMoiLand Thu 15-Apr-10 18:41:39

David Davies

Oh and how can we all be seriously considering voting in a bunch of Bullingdon rahs?

How did this happen? Is it the 1920s again?

<flies red flag>

Kathyjelly Thu 15-Apr-10 18:46:56

George Galloway meeowing like a cat. Still makes me cringe.

sfxmum Thu 15-Apr-10 18:53:44

Oliver Letwin is funny in the way that Boris is funny don't mind them for entertainment value but rather not have them in power

now Soames really is a throwback utterly up somewhere in uber posh rank of poshdonia

Piffle Thu 15-Apr-10 18:54:37

Michael Portillo <shivers>

Hassled Thu 15-Apr-10 18:57:08

George Osbourne is positively cuddly, reasonable, approachable and pleasant next to Nick Griffin. They both make me shudder, but Griffin is in a whole league of his own in the Prince of Darkness stakes.

HesterPrynne Thu 15-Apr-10 18:57:41

Osborne always looks to me like a drag queen just out of his frock, but his mouth still holding the pout. grin

said Thu 15-Apr-10 18:59:10

YES, to Osborne being like a drag queen! I imagine him in powdered wigs as well. I am positive he dyes his hair.

MarthaFarquhar Thu 15-Apr-10 19:00:06

nigel farage

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