A jack of all trades, master of none cunting please for that slimy egregious ex-politician, and EU arse-wiper, (and part-time “editor” of London’s evening newspaper , The Standard, among his other half dozen jobs), Gideon Call-me-George Osborne, who gave one of the most oleaginous self-indulgent interviews of his fifth rate career on Radio 4’s Today programme this morning (Dec 22nd), considered so important by the Tony Hall/James Purnell BBC that the interview was conducted yesterday (lots of time to edit out anything embarrassing) by none other than David Dimbleby. Why not let John Humphries get at him – live?.
I can’t willingly listen to it again but it is available on the BBC Listen Again thing-ma-bob for 29 further days. It starts at 8.08 after the news.
Essentially it was all about Osborne’s view on Brexit, but the most sour of sour grapes were reserved for his resentment that he got sacked from the cabinet. Everything the man writes in his comic or comes out of his mouth as bile amounts to his anger that his miniscule “talent” wasn’t recognised.
I am sure there is a job for him somewhere – perhaps with Dad’s paint and wallpaper company. I am sure a friendly decorator would take him on as his boy (and if he wouldn’t I am sure Mangledbum would turn the other cheek).
What a pampered , preening motherfucker the little shit is.
Nominated by W. C. Boggs