Thursday, 12 July 2007

What's the Daily Moan on about this time?

I see (belatedly) that the Daily Mail has led with an article about its moral victory on super casinos being abolished by the new Prime Minister in one of his first acts. A moral victory, says the Moan, because it was against Tony Blair's plans for super casinos, and now they have been canned.

Hang on a minute, isn't this the Moan leading with a front page headline about how it shares an opinion with Gordon Brown? Someone whom it has always detested? Or, in other words, the Daily Mail has led with a front page article about how it agrees with a Labour Prime Minister about something. Forgive me, dear readers*, but I need to check because this must mean that Hell has just frozen over and the image of all of the old guard crying into their steak and kidney puddings about the loss of their daily tract makes me all warm and fuzzy inside.

*I know that there aren't any readers yet, but I hope that one day there will be and that you will be looking back at this post and smiling to yourselves about how unrefined Major Gripe's blogging was at that time.

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