Tuesday, 2 June 2009

Jacqui Smith - Ding Dong the Witch is politically dead.

I can't say I share Iain Dale's opinion of Jacqui Smith and I'm more than a little pleased that she stepping down as Home secretary. I'm a little fed up that she was allowed to step down when she should have been sacked a long time ago. She led he department through a number of cock-ups and cover-ups. Cover-ups which led to the arrest of Damien Green after receiving leaked documents which embarrassed Jacqui. She shit on the police by totally ignoring the pay arbitration they went through together. She pushed on forty two days detention when it was obviously an attack on civil liberties, she abused the expenses system to line her pockets (and then there's the porn). This list goes on.

Now that I think about it, I'm very pissed off that she hasn't been sacked before now.

UPDATE: Dungeekin has knocked up new lyrics to an old song HERE.

Jacqui finally pulls the plug:


Dungeekin said...

Combined with the impending departure of the extravagantly-eyebrowed one, the news that Jacqboots is quitting puts a song in my heart.

This one, to be precise.

'Hoon, Smith And Darling'

Doris 'Dungeekin' Day

Sean Lynch said...

She's an absolute cow Steve mate and she's as dense as they come, Brown insulted every person in this country making that thick trollop Home Secretary.
She's one of the worst of Labour mind you the competition is stiff from the Balls to the Miliblands to Jack (man of) Straw, they are a bunch of circus freaks.

Sean Lynch said...

Can I just add that the excellent pic from the brilliant movie Total Recall flatters her, it's too good looking to be her !!

CryBaby said...

I've noticed the weather is improving the more MPs that "step down". I predict that when Gordon Brown goes, it will be hotter than Dubai over here. Can't wait.

curly15 said...

I guess I'm not the first to wish her a fond farewell then?

Letters From A Tory said...

Jacqui Smith will really, really, really not be missed.