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Gordon Brown will be in tears right about now... watch

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    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...-election.html
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    He knew they were going to lose...[Well, he should've done..]
    At least Labour didn't fall behind the Lib Dems. :rolleyes:
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    Tbh though i dont think its because the Tories are any better...it's just Labour have done a terrible job the last year.
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    Nah, I'm sure he saw it coming. I think he'll be more upset by all the hurtful things the people of TSR say about him.
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    (Original post by Champagne Supernova)
    He knew they were going to lose...[Well, he should've done..]
    At least Labour didn't fall behind the Lib Dems. :rolleyes:
    Just like he knows they will lose the General Election.

    Imagine waiting so long to do a job, only to find out that not only are you very bad at it, your people actually despise you.
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    (Original post by Sh4w)
    Nah, I'm sure he saw it coming. I think he'll be more upset by all the hurtful things the people of TSR say about him.
    No doubt he did see it coming. I imagine he has been given a fairly accurate prediction of the forthcoming General Election too.

    Bye bye Gordon :ciao:
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    (Original post by Nick_000)
    Just like he knows they will lose the General Election.

    Imagine waiting so long to do a job, only to find out that not only are you very bad at it, your people actually despise you.
    I didn't say he wouldn't be upset, anyone would be, but he may not be in tears. :ninja:

    But yeah, deary me Gordon. :doh:
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    (Original post by Sh4w)
    Nah, I'm sure he saw it coming. I think he'll be more upset by all the hurtful things the people of TSR say about him.
    Or maybe, he'll stand up to us scallywags and show us that in fact, he won't be bullied by TSR-ians...
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    Greens should have done better and got above UKIP. Oh well, I suppose Norwich South is where it really matters for the Greens.
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    (Original post by Champagne Supernova)
    Or maybe, he'll stand up to us scallywags and show us that in fact, he won't be bullied by TSR-ians...
    Yep,

    He'll create an account and neg us :yes:
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    It couldn't really get any worse for Brown since the European and Council elections. Labour's loss in this by-election was inevitable.
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    (Original post by Nick_000)
    Yep,

    He'll create an account and neg us :yes:
    Unless he gets negged first. :ninja:
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    (Original post by Champagne Supernova)
    Unless he gets negged first. :ninja:
    In about 5 minutes, he'd have more neg than im_so_academic.
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    (Original post by Nick_000)
    In about 5 minutes, he'd have more neg than im_so_academic.
    :rofl:

    I'm sure the TSR Labour Party will help him out a bit....:erm:
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    (Original post by Champagne Supernova)
    :rofl:

    I'm sure the TSR Labour Party will help him out a bit....:erm:
    Doubtful! :p:
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    (Original post by Nick_000)
    Bye bye Gordon :ciao:
    He has maintained his position at Number 10 despite the worst economic crisis in decades; the expenses scandal; internal party strife; poor opinion polls; poor European and local election results; etc - but he's going to be crushed by a by-election loss? Yeah right.
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    Now I've got a mental image of him sitting by a window and quietly sobbing in a glass of malt whiskey.

    D'awww, don't bully him.
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    (Original post by Nick_000)
    In about 5 minutes, he'd have more neg than im_so_academic.
    :eyeball:

    Gordon Brown is bad, but not that bad. :p: What about Nick Griffin?

    Anyways, he is going to go anyway. It's a matter of when. And how...

    Anyone looking forward to a Tory Government? Surely, they can't be that bad, can they?
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    (Original post by Camden Town)
    He has maintained his position at Number 10 despite the worst economic crisis in decades; the expenses scandal; internal party strife; poor opinion polls; poor European and local election results; etc - but he's going to be crushed by a by-election loss? Yeah right.
    Only due to the fact there is no clear leader that Labour would agree on and his delying of the General Election.

    His days are numbered. We all know it. Even he does.
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    i remember a time where a tory party lost 8 by elections before a general election and still won, john major
 
 
 

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