Tuesday, 24 February 2009

Heresy, I know ...

... but after reading about the latest Wastemonster polls, I can't help but wonder about the sanity of the Great British public: 30% of the people polled still intend to vote Labour!

What the fuck would these cunts have to do to lower their market share? Are there really people out there who are that stupid that they would let the Gorgon continue to sodomize them, their children and their grandchildren?

Dude!? What the fuck????

12 comments:

Umbongo said...

Add together public sector employees, those enjoying gold-plated public sector pensions (plus their dependents), the permanent benefiterati and the new "British" (particularly those awarded passports since 1997) and you'll be within spitting distance of the 30%. For sure there's some overlap between these categories and it would be invidious to include all public sector employees/pensioners but I still reckon the rock-bottom Labour percentage would be around 28% whatever lunacy Gordon inflicts on the country.

SaltedSlug said...

Nah, me and t'wife are public sector and we hate the bastard and ZNL. That said, we probably could still get jobs even in this climate, and most other public sector drones are functionally useless; so maybe we're the exception.

Regardless, I'm always suspicious of poll results, mainly because they aren't representative of the overall public so much as they represent people who do polls. And -and I'm reaching here- I'm guessing those people would be more likely to be politically polarised be vocal with it. And all we are seeing is the bedrock supporters who would vote for a turd in a red/blue rosette, but who are actually just a noisy minority.

Or we may in fact be a nation of cunts.

SaltedSlug said...

Bugger. Should've read:

"more likely to be politically polarised and be vocal with it."

The Penguin said...

Make your mind up, that's like having your lettuce and eating it!

The Penguin

Oldrightie said...

Does anyone believe these numbers. I didn't believe Glenrothes numbers. These polls are the best Snotty and crew can get amongst their own people. Ergo 42% of Labour will not vote for them. Trust me, the real truth is low tenties high teens.

SaltedSlug said...

Make your mind up, that's like having your lettuce and eating it!

If you're going to press me, I default to 'if in doubt, everyone's a cunt' every time.

Dennis said...

Obo, did I just start the Wastemonster meme? I don't believe I've ever come across it before -- minster, yes, but not monster.

Anonymous said...

If you live in a urban area, and certainly anywhere within the M25, you'll have your answer. Just walk down your High Road. Even this one, in W4, has a disturbing background noise (I am not racist, so I shall not call it white noise) of the scum of the Earth.

People of Bling. Slack-jawed, rat-faced peasants with tattooed necks.Lard-enhanced slags. And they're just my friends!

Simply add the well-known benefits mines in the wider-flung areas of this fair land, and it becomes apparent: You can be a despotic, retarded psychopath and score 30% without trying.

Which is what's happening. Even Hitler was more popular and he didn't fuck the economy.

Anonymous said...

Surveys can't possibly be relied on.. I've just done a "well known" one on this very subject and the questions are loaded.... no proper options to get your real opinion across and no doubt the overall result will be totally skewed and bear little resemblance to people's opinions. For example, you have to choose the best between a labour and a conservative minister, no option to say neither, they're both idiots so no doubt the survey will then say XXXX is a wonderful PM/Home Sec when in fact he was just the least worst!!!

Gordon Brown said...

Dinnae you worry, people know I am getting on with the job and doing something.

I'm going to keep the stamps when I flog the post office and use them for this big pile of pre-written postal votes I have here. I know that the people of Britain want me to lead them through this crisis.

wv: kipperes (Sarah's knickers?) as you all should know, I don't do fish.

Chalcedon said...

I think it's an artefact of the poll itself. Loaded questions, smalll sample size, not really representative. It is also surprising that the poll suggests people aren't simply fed up and wanting a change. Council elections in Kent suggest otherwise. LMAO!!

Obnoxio The Clown said...

@Dennis: probably. Leg-iron gave us Westmonster, but I like yours even better. :o)