November 06, 2008

A List

I’m going to start a list. In fact, it’s more of a league table of moronism. Added to it will be MPs who jump on a ludicrous bandwagon.

1. Chris Mole

Chris Mole is the Labour MP for Ipswich.

He’s called on the BBC to sack Jeremy Clarkson for comments he made on this weekend’s Top Gear.

Clarkson was driving a lorry, and in a moment of humour suggested that lorry drivers might occasionally kill a prostitute.

Ipswich, of course, is particularly sensitive to the killing of prostitutes.

There’s only one problem – the Ipswich murders were carried out by a forklift truck driver. Which last time I checked, was quite different.

Anyone with a modicum of a smidgen of a sense of humour would realise Clarkson was taking the piss – even lorry drivers found it funny.

This is obviously all to do with the Brand/Ross, and if Adrian Chris Mole thinks this will get him taken seriously, he’s quite a bit wrong.


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  1. I personally think that all the well paid people at the Beeb should be fired and that I should get their jobs and money.

    06 Nov 2008, 19:08

  2. Ah well, this is the logical BBC presenter-bashing argument I’ve been waiting for!

    06 Nov 2008, 19:21

  3. Sue

    I can’t stand the guy myself.

    06 Nov 2008, 21:22


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