Friday, June 22, 2007

Good Old Boy #32

"It seems that while I was away the Leader of the Opposition had something to say about me. He described me as a cross between Ernie Bevin and Demosthenes.

Well, when I read classics and Greek mythology at the Ellesmere Port Secondary Modern School we learnt about Narcissus.

He died because he could only love his own image. He was all image and no substance!"

Mr Prescott told MPs that in a speech this week Mr Cameron said he was "not abandoning Conservative principles but applying them in new ways to new challenges.

That sounds like my 'traditional values in a modern setting' slogan.

So now we know, the Leader of the Opposition isn't the heir to Blair, he's a prophet of Prezza."