Thursday, 29 October 2009

Mr 13 Points...

...as a commenter so amusingly dubs him:
Who is running London? That was my first thought when Radio 5 Live called me last week to talk about the armed police forces patrolling the streets of Tottenham, my London constituency.

There must be a mistake, I replied. Surely the national media wouldn't know about something as serious as this before the elected representatives of the areas involved.
Sadly for you, Lammy, you aren't even worth a second's consideration by anyone.

And your pointless (heh...) attempts to make this somehow an anti-Boris attack piece are skillfully and thoroughly dismantled by the CiF crowd.

You might have started, but you, and your party, aren't going to get a chance to finish...

5 comments:

Letters From A Tory said...

Lammy is such a useless minister. He hasn't achieved anything, despite several high-profile roles.

Then again, he can always place the 'race card' to avoid criticism.

ranter said...

I listened to David on R4 yesterday talking about blocking internet provision for people convicted of downloading - God that man is full of shit, he could waffle for England and 'No'! I still really don't know what the government's policy is actually going to be. He does speak nicely though! Oooh and he's black! OOh OOOH! And he's an MP! Does that mean he could be the UK's FIRST BLACK PRIME MINISTER? Let's hope that you'll still need something more than his current qualifications to get that office.

Still on the gun thing, it does seem strange that Commissioner Stephenson appears out of the loop on such an important 'piece of work'.

Ross said...

Don't mock Lammy's Mastermind performance, remember Blunkett's attempt on that show and you soon realise that Lammy is a razor sharp intellectual by New Labour standards.

MTG said...

A man who has given a great deal of himself and worked tirelessly to keep that unspoken question active in the mind - "Are whites smarter than Blacks?"

JuliaM said...

"Lammy is such a useless minister. He hasn't achieved anything, despite several high-profile roles."

Indeed. But then, it's obvious he only has one thing going for him, and it isn't talent.

"Let's hope that you'll still need something more than his current qualifications to get that office."

After Brown's finished with it, I rather doubt it...

"...remember Blunkett's attempt on that show and you soon realise that Lammy is a razor sharp intellectual by New Labour standards."

Oh, true. Not vastly impressive from the start, were they?

"A man who has given a great deal of himself and worked tirelessly to keep that unspoken question active in the mind - "Are whites smarter than Blacks?""

Heh! I wonder if he watched the Rageh Omar documentary the other day?