Friday, 25 January 2008

Iain Dale Mocks Jacqui Smith rightly, but Rumsfeld wrongly

Iain Dale compares Jacqui Smith's with Donald Rumsfeld over her embarrassing gibberish and his very accurate and succinct but systematically misunderstood and unfairly mocked "known unknowns" speech, which proved HE knew something that all the lame-brain dullards scribbling around him did not.

Jac, appearing as she does with frightening consistency like some mediocre HR Manager from a cardboard box factory, came out with this gem over the 42 day detention rule:
"It won’t be hypothetical if and when it occurs. We are not legislating now on
the basis that we are bringing it in now for something that might happen in the
future; we are bringing it in now for something that might happen in the future;
we are bringing in a position for if it becomes unhypothetical. If,
unfortunately I and many other experts are right and we do need it in the future
it is in place."
Jacqui Smith has known non-working braincells, has unknown non-working braincells, but clearly no known working braincells!

2 comments:

Henry North London said...

Notice how she has become an expert overnight? Who said she could become an expert and an expert in what pray tell? SPIN?

Henry North London said...

Unhypothetical?

Doesnt exist

Neologism

Therefore Jacqui is psychotic