Monday, 26 April 2010

Definition Of Hung Parliament

With all this talk of an almost certain "hung Parliament" being the outcome of the General Election, I thought this handy 'cut-out-and-keep' guide to the true definition of the term may be useful to those of you who are unclear as to what this would mean.

Incidentally, I have noticed more recently, that some of the political fuckwits are now preferring to use the term 'balanced Parliament' instead. Fair enough. It's all looking fairly well balanced to me.



PJH said...

Balanced? As in This doesn't appear to be getting away from the negative connotations, which is the only reason I can think of them attempting to use a euphemism for 'hung.'

Btw - do we have access to 650-odd lampposts and enough rope in case we do get a hung parliament?

Anonymous said...

You recycling your old posts now, Gotty?

You lazy, lazy cunt.

Anonymous said...

In the day of Orwellian Newspeak and ThoughtCrime Control run rampant, I'm certain the MSM wishes to do away with the term Hung Parliament because of the negative connotations. English must be redefined, words done away with, new propaganda terms dreamed up and imposed - then the language can be made safer, more healthy and brought under state control - for the children, for when they grow up, so they'll only have pleasant thoughts to dream about and no more of this Hung sh*t.

Anonymous said...

Personally, I'd give my eye teeth to see a properly hung Parliament, incorporating lamposts & piano wire.

Anonymous said...

Anonymongycunt @13:27
Not as lazy as you, who couldn't be fucking arsed to think up a name. My posts are so fucking good they deserve the occasional re-post. My blog, my rules.

What's your fucking excuse, apart from being a regular reader who's too fucking spineless to let us know your normal identity.

Maybe I'll go check the IP if I can be bastard well arsed.

Pick up your membership fee on the way out.