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Etonian CamMoron Bristol mayor propaganda mission

April 23, 2012

The countries favourite Etonian after Osbourne is in Bristol to trumpet up the mayors case. Wonder if he will cite fellow Etonian Boris’s superb legacy as London mayor or give us a few facts as to why the pompous thicko’s example in having our capitals top job has got any relevance to Bristol.
God the more I hear from the millionaires old boy network about how fantastic it will be for us the more I want to smash a hole in my head with a tesco trolley and to be fair I don’t advise this kind of self destruction normally.
This upper crust tory twit needs to be told where to go with a massive NO vote.
As in NO I dont want a Boris clone and his chummy pals in charge.

NO I DON’t want your piles of cash bribes.

NO I don’t need a friggin lecture from a toffee nosed millionaire.

NO I don’t Want to be told ‘let’s be clear..’ when the answer is as clear as the muddiest mud bank in the muddy Avon New Cut.

So I say let’s be clear, up yours Camoron.
Bugger of to Birmingham on your Presidential tour.
Go eat the curry there and tell them they’re stagnating.

Let’s send him packing Berkeley Castle style with a red hot pasty up the backside.
(ed. please don’t try the pasty treatment as he will insist upon demonstration that VAT has been paid prior to insertion and the presidential guard may well intervene.)

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8 Comments
  1. Anthony B permalink
    April 23, 2012 10:38 am

    Racist scum.

  2. Paul Bemmy Down permalink
    April 23, 2012 12:04 pm

    Cameron made himself look a right fool on radio 4 this morning by refusing to give a straight answer to any question. He has learnt nothing from the last load of incompetants. As for the mayor, a boost for the NO campaign. My BCFC supporter mates tell me they will all vote no because they don’t want a man with red trousers who spoke against Sainsburys to be mayor. What a paradox that people with so opposing views on one issue, could be brought together by that issue, to vote in the same way.

  3. April 23, 2012 7:17 pm

    Poor rich boy cameron gets bashed by his own party now.
    City supporters vote predictable but most of them dont live in bristol voting area.

  4. Richard Lane permalink
    April 23, 2012 10:12 pm

    Most of the supporters for a TVG don’t live in Bristol, according to the petition.
    Most opponents to the supermarket don’t live in the area according to the petition.

    So stupid comments about city supporters are just that, stupid.

    Most city supporters do live in Bristol, have a look on the BCFC site referring to the stadium application, showing where season ticket holders and members live. They probably have no idea, or care who red trousers is anyway, typical Bristolians.

  5. April 24, 2012 6:25 am

    Mr Lane your figures are out of date.

    I read recently that season tickets sales had fallen annually by 18% for the last three years.

    I say most local residents around here would support red trousers for mayor but will vote no in the referendum.

  6. Paul Bemmy Down permalink
    April 24, 2012 5:45 pm

    Hi Rich. Something of a generalisation to say they don’t know or care. I thought most supporters who turned up, along with myself, to the Sainsburys planning application would have been well aware. Anyway, those up here do know and do care and will hopefully vote no, and I will be doing the same.

  7. Richard Lane permalink
    April 24, 2012 10:53 pm

    Paul

    Only those interested in local politics would know of him, most supporters are only interested in the football. I am in constant contact with supporters that have no idea at all what is going on outside of team topics, they are totally oblivious of the politics.
    I did say probably though and that is based on my experiences,not a scientific study.

  8. Richard Lane permalink
    April 24, 2012 11:15 pm

    Sacredspring

    What on earth are you on about? What the feck do you know about my figures?
    The drop in ST sales is directly attributed to poor performance on the pitch, those supporters haven’t moved out of Bristol, they just haven’t bought those type of tickets in recent seasons. In the last ten years there have still been more ST holders than ever before. All you ever do is have a dig with no logic behind it, other than, you don’t like the clubs plans, so you attack everything about the club and it’s fans at every opportunity.

    I don’t care what you read, the majority of city supporters do live in Bristol.

    Until there are other candidates for mayor, then there is likely to be overwhelming support for the only candidate that has so far said they would stand. Who else would people say they support?

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