Personally my opinion of Gordon Brown is quite extreme and I would not label him with that of a decent fellow. In fact I would go so far as to say he
is as low life and as self serving as any other politician, and as he is at the top of the rotting pile I would think that he is a crowned viper among
vipers, the very master of the art of making good political capital out of things that the average person in the street could never contemplate.
One example that seems to confirm this and which has solidified my utter disdain, contempt and disgust whenever I see that bumbling excuse on a TV
screen is that early in February, (the 5th I think) he talked about the loss of his baby daughter who died in 2002. I felt a pang of empathy for the
man and just as quickly my empathy turned to disgust because it seemed to me that he had never talked about this terrible event before but now as the
election is looming and he starts the fight-back to hang onto his grubby little crown he has apparently pulled out all the stops and is even prepared
as far as I can see, to use the death of his daughter in an attempt to pull at the voters heartstrings.
Firstly it is not cricket for a father to use the life of his dead child to gain favour and compassion among the electorate in the hope that said
compassion might be turned into a sympathy vote. I have seen this same rubbish happen on the reality shows like X factor and pop idol where a
contestant will bring up a totally irrelevant family death or similar tragedy in an attempt to gain sympathy and it makes my blood boil every time it
I am thus always disgusted with such behaviour but when I see the leader of my country apparently trying to use the same tactic in regard to the death
of his own daughter then I have to admit to feelings utterly appalled at the audacity and disgusted that he would think it appropriate to use the
death of a child – his child just in the hope he can hang onto power. Is power really worth denigrating the memory of a child in the context that a
death can be converted to a cause and that cause is power?
Gordon Brown is not a decent man in my opinion, his recent interview when he talked about his baby Jenifer on the eve of a general election indicates
to me that he will do anything, sell out anybody and even use the memory of his own dead daughter to realise his aims.
To me this is not the behaviour of a good and decent man this is the action of a dishonourable and totally reprehensible character and I take no
pleasure in looking toward the right in Cameron’s direction and seeing another man who will do anything, say anything just so long as he gets the
keys to Downing Street – he will even hug a hoody!
My last vote went to the Scottish national Party but they are as corrupt as all the other vipers – all scum bags and I wish it was not so because
now I am doomed to vote for no person because none are worthy of my vote. The ivory towers in Westminster need to be pulled down, its inhabitants
hurled out into the river and a totally new system of government instituted without the lobbyists and big business allowed even a look in.
I would not be surprised at anything these people get up to behind closed door, in fact I have always assumed they are the lowest of the low and they
were corrupted by power and money a long time ago so this thread though distasteful in the extreme has not shocked or surprised me – interesting
My point being - if you think Brown is a decent human being then I can show you how to extract pots of gold from rainbows, just send me your credit
[edit on 1-3-2010 by SmokeJaguar67]