MacKenzie to challenge Davis?

June 13th, 2008 § 0 comments

The Guardian:

[Kelvin] MacKenzie [former Sun editor] told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme that there were two reasons he could run. “One is that the Sun is very, very hostile to David Davis because of his 28-day stand, and the Sun has always been up for 42 days, or perhaps even 420 days, frankly. And secondly this is a bizarre cost to the taxpayer.”

Holy Fuck!

He said that if he stood it would be with the backing of Rupert Murdoch, the head of News International, which publishes the Sun, and Rebekah Wade, the paper’s editor, who both felt “that democracy would not be best served by a walkover”

No, democracy would be best served by doing what Mr Murdoch wants. Wouldn’t it Mr Murdoch?

Just seen this report on the BBC site:

Mr Mackenzie, who backs Labour on 42 days, said he wanted to stand against Mr Davis on behalf of the Sun and had the backing of the newspaper’s proprietor Rupert Murdoch

Anyone who votes for this fucker, if he stands, is just as much a cunt as Mackenzie is.
Mackenzie, in the few brief reports I’ve read, is basically for a police state. Not only that, he would not only be standing with the backing of Rupert Murdoch, but on behalf of one of his ‘newspapers’.
He will be standing for election because The Scum can’t. He would be doing, or trying to do what The Scum would do. That is a scary thought.

If he does stand, don’t be cunt, don’t vote for Mackenzie The Scum.

Via LC

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