A few proper British political insults

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A few proper British political insults

Nobody uses the English language better and more entertainingly than the Brits. Here are some quips from their political members and others.

David Lloyd George:
(I would apply this to both Schummer and Reid)
“The right honorable and learned gentleman has twice crossed this House each time leaving behind a trail of slime.”

William Whitelaw:
(I would apply this to The Butcher of Benghzi)
“He has been going around the country deliberately stirring up apathy.”

Vincent Cable: (I think Obozo fits this very well except an evil Mr. Bean)
“The House has noticed the Prime Minister’s remarkable transformation in the past few weeks from Stalin to Mr. Bean”

Tony Banks: (I think this can only be the ninny, Nasty Palowsy)
“The honorable member is living proof that a pig’s bladder on a stick can be elected to Parliament.”

Winston Churchill: (There are so many in Congress and the Fifth Column news who qualify)
“He occasionally stumbled over the the truth but hastily picked himself up and hurried on as if nothing had happened.”

Paul Keating:
(This is certainly Obozo among many others)
“He’s like a shiver waiting for a spine.”