Thursday, May 13, 2010

Username "Harriet" Password "Harman"

Now that Gordon Brown is gone, Harriet Harman - God help us - is the acting leader of the Labour party.

This is a politician who has informed the world that "it cannot be assumed that men are bound to be an asset to family life or that the presence of fathers in families is necessarily a means to social cohesion," yet attempted to change the party's rules in 2007 that one of Labour’s two top posts should always be held by a woman.

The combination of vacuity and vanity necessary simultaneously to believe that it is important for an organisation to have a Mummy and Daddy but not for a child to have a Mummy and Daddy is quite simply breathtaking.

In April 2008, Harman's blog was "hacked" and changed to state that she had joined the Conservative Party. Harman later admitted when questioned by Sky News that the incident was a result of her using "Harriet" and "Harman" as her username and password.
Do you begin to see a pattern emerging with regards to brain power?

The intellectual and moral collapse of the Left in the UK over the last thirty years has been an unmitigated social and cultural disaster for the country, but that is a rant for another day.

In the meantime Labour is on its third self-deluding narcissistic leader in succession. This must be some sort of record.

1 comment:

Nick Browne said...

P.S. In January 2009, Harman proposed a rule change to exempt MPs' expenses from the Freedom of Information Act. Her parliamentary order aimed to remove "most expenditure information held by either House of Parliament from the scope of the Freedom of Information Act". It meant that, under the law, journalists and members of the public would no longer be entitled to learn details of their MP's expenses. Labour MPs were to be pressured to vote for this measure by use of a three line whip.