Every summer it gets me…

Posted by Tim Ireland at 10 May 2008

Category: The Political Weblog Movement

This entry was posted on
Saturday, May 10th, 2008
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… I’m just standing there minding my own business when I suddenly find myself thinking; “Where the hell did all these boobs come from?”

On a totally different note, here’s a few bloggers talking about a right tit:

Sim-O – Nadine Dorries & abortion: No reasoned argument then Nadine? Just a ‘Pah! It’s biased!’ response.

Oldie but a goodie:

rhetorically speaking – nadine dorries: I’m really quite unpleasant when you get to know me: So, even though Dorries was completely wrong, and smeared Caroline Flint with manifestly false allegations, it’s apparently unthinkable that she should apologise.

Another oldie, showing that she has past form using taxpayer’s money for campaigning purposes:

David Reeves – Nadine Watch: Nadine was found to have clearly breached rules by the House of Commons Committee on Standards and Privileges in 2006 when she used House of Commons stationary to personally endorse a candidate in a local authority by-election. (House of Commons Committee on Standards and Privileges, 12th Session Report 2005-06).

And, finally, a typically comprehensive post from Septicisle that pulls no punches at the end:

Septicisle – The lying lies and dirty secrets of Ms Nadine Dorries MP: Out of all the MPs that this blog has covered over the last few years, it’s safe to say that none has been as underhand, as genuinely unpleasant, manipulative, vindictive and dishonest as both Dorries has been and apparently is. She is both a disgrace to politics as a whole and a liability to the Conservative party.

Hear hear.

PS – Note here that Nadine doesn’t say 2000 what:

“After a slow start the 20 reasons for 20 weeks web site has suddenly begun to gather momentum. I have watched the ticker clicking by and I reckon within the next few minutes we will have passed 2000!” – Nadine Dorries

I’ve already bet 5 quid that Nadine was kept on a leash until after recent elections were over. I’d wager a second fiver on Iain Dale giving her advice on What Not To Say.

(Psst! And, like Iain, she appears to think that every visit to her website is a vote for her.)








4 Comments

  1. Letters From A Tory says

    Still not sure how it will be established in an impartial way whether Nadine was kept on a leash (which I doubt she was) and whether Iain Dale needs to help her (which I doubt he does)?

  2. Manic says

    1. No sane leader would want someone like Nadine running loose over an already-divisive issue during an election.2. She came out barking as soon as the recent elections were over.That's enough for me to put a virtual fiver on it.Oh, and I didn't say that Iain needed to help Nadine. Again, I find myself asking if you read posts before commenting on them.

  3. Letters From A Tory says

    Ha, I hardly think that equating 'giving her advice' and 'helping her' is a particularly radical intepretation.My sincerest apologies nonetheless.

  4. Manic says

    LFAT, your comment and my response referred to who *needed* to do what. HTH.

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