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    Brown Is My Shepherd

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    Brown is my shepherd
    from Darkside G: SAOR ALBA A NIS (darkside1314) photos on Fri 20/03/09 22:25

    by Huw Gilasbey

    Brown is my shepherd, I shall not work.
    He leadeth me beside still factories.
    He restoreth my faith in the Conservative Party.
    He guideth me to the path of unemployment.
    Yea, though I wait for my dole
    I own the bank that refuses me.
    Brown has anointed my income with taxes
    My expenses runneth over my income
    Surely, poverty and hard living will follow me all the days of his term
    From hence forth we will live all the days of our lives in a rented home
    with an overseas landlord
    I am glad I am British
    I am glad that I am free
    But I wish I was a dog
    And Brown was a tree ….

    Re: Brown is my shepherd
    from Jason F: Chief Scotster (snoboardr) founder member member photos on Fri 20/03/09 22:37

    Well, everyone seems to be hoping he'll bail out the Dunfermline Building Society as he bailed out the Halifax Bank of Scotland and the Royal Bank of Scotland.

    I just wish Alex Salmond and the SNP would bail out the Scottish financial institutions and then we could all stop worrying about what Gordon Brown, Scottish Prime Minister of the UK, can do to help save the financial institutions of Scotland.

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    Re: Brown is my shepherd
    from Jai H (greeboheretic) photos on Sat 21/03/09 21:33

    nothing would ever drive me to have faith in the conservatives.

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    Re: Brown is my shepherd
    from Alison F: Ex-Member (deleted:crystaldawn) on Sat 21/03/09 22:25

    like that one Darkside. :)

    Re: Brown is my shepherd
    from Raymond B (raybell_scot) photos on Mon 23/03/09 17:30

    quickfind:greeboheretic > "nothing would ever drive me to have faith in the conservatives."

    Depends what you mean by "faith".

    I would never vote Conservative, but it's becoming clear that the Labour government is "tired" and out of what little talent there is. The UK probably needs a change of government (in my dreams this would mean that the countries in it all become independent, but that's not going to happen too soon - except, possibly with the exception of Scotland)

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    This topic's tags: bank, british, brown, dog, dole, expenses, income, labour, tories, tree.

     

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