Poor Iain Duncan Smith | juxtaposed

How appropriate:

Oh, Iain Duncan Smith,
Poor you,
Being bullied by “spin, smears and threats”
Aw, boo hoo

Distressed by gratuitous scaremongering, are we?
Pressed your sensitive button, have they?

Has your penchant for the “biblical” been usurped?
Ha! Do you see now, how the irony works?

Oh, diddums
Why so weak?
Can’t you cope?
Stiffen those sinews: where there’s Life, there’s hope

Source: Poor Iain Duncan Smith | juxtaposed

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11 thoughts on “Poor Iain Duncan Smith | juxtaposed


    IDS the bully who hates to be bullied scum of the earth disabled murderer hope he gets what coming to him

  2. Barry Davies

    Perhaps you could also point out that the remain campaign which is project fear are trying to make out the leave campaign is also based on fear when it is really based on optimism that we can once again govern ourselves without the interference of unelected failed foreign politicians in brussels.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      No, I couldn’t point that out because it is the exact opposite of my experience.

  3. chriskitcher

    I just hope to God that IDS and his ragbag of outers, Rees-Mogg, Farage, Johnson and Patel, lose the referendum. Just imagine him and the ragbag being in government.

  4. Malcolm MacINTYRE-READ

    IDS should not be bullied. That is mob violence and uncivilised.

    What he should be is prosecuted, for the destruction of peoples lives, literally and in their not being able to live, which is the law and justice… and THEN throw away the key… which is fair for his victims and appropriate to his intentions and actions.

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