Thursday, 14 January 2010

It can't be bargained with. It can't be reasoned with...

From Iain Martin at the Wall Street Journal:

And that’s the genius of Gordon Brown. He grinds opponents down — as Tony Blair discovered when he dared to become PM instead of Brown. When you think he’s dead, he gets up. He’s relentless, he never gives up, he never admits weakness, he never stops saying he’s right and everything he does is brilliant, until his opponents say they can’t take it any longer and want to rush screaming from the room.

Hmm, now what does that remind me of...?

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