Should Gordon Brown Be Charged With Treason?

Rasczak

Distinguished Member
...for refusing a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty?
 

kopchoir

Banned
I can think of worse people to be charged with treason to be honest mate
 

Rasczak

Distinguished Member
:rotfl: Would have been a Yes/No poll attached to this thread but, on a Vodafone 2G connection, it takes longer than 2mins to go from the submit thread page to loading the poll page :eek: :suicide:

Oh well - just post your answers instead! A clear Yes! from me!
 

Phil57

Well-known Member
No but we could relegate him to First Minister of his homeland!!
 

pandemic

Well-known Member
No because he hasn't broken any laws defined in the Treason Act (even if it is a few hundred years old)
 

Logo Hater

Active Member
It may be difficult to achieve a charge of treason, but Cheating, Lying Scumbag. Not fit for purpose. :mad::mad::mad:

Now that shouldn't be too difficult.
 

Rasczak

Distinguished Member
No because he hasn't broken any laws defined in the Treason Act (even if it is a few hundred years old)
A specific Act could be passed for the event - the Gordon Brown Treason Act. Hmm - I might draft it and send it to my MP. :thumbsup:
 

Bill Hicks

Banned
Not sure we can do him on a treason charge, but there must be something we can throw at him and get him banged up for a while!

What about crimes against the nation!


Oh isn't that treason anyway? :confused:

Off with his head!!!:devil:
 

Jenn

Distinguished Member
What has David Cameron got to do with the running of the country or the mess that it's currently in as he is a member of the opposition with no power whatsoever

It's LGS talking, just bashing tories for the sake of it and being blind to the mess his labour heroes are throwing millions of people into.
Why would he care, he's not the one who's going to pay for it over the next decades, my son is...
 

la gran siete

Distinguished Member
What has David Cameron got to do with the running of the country or the mess that it's currently in as he is a member of the opposition with no power whatsoever
well the thread is so utterly ridiculous i had to add my own prejudices in as well.
 

NewMan

Well-known Member
What has David Cameron got to do with the running of the country or the mess that it's currently in as he is a member of the opposition with no power whatsoever

Don't you know? Despite having been in power for twelve years, and presiding over a period of unparalleled economic growth, all the problems we're facing right now are Maggie Thatcher's (and therefore, by association, David Cameron's) fault...
 
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Jenn

Distinguished Member
i have godchildren who will have to pay for the mess created by bankers some of which should be serving prison terms

Yes it's all the bankers' fault, nothing to do with 'no boom and bust' idiocy so lets spend like there's no tomorrow and don't save for a rainy day... :rolleyes:
 

la gran siete

Distinguished Member
Yes it's all the bankers' fault, nothing to do with 'no boom and bust' idiocy so lets spend like there's no tomorrow and don't save for a rainy day... :rolleyes:
same "idiocy" the Tories got involved in except they sold off all our assets as well making it far worse.
 

mij

Well-known Member
I don't think so.

Edward Heath took us into the EEC on a lie and every prime minister since has continued to lie about Europe.
 

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