I don’t what she said, but I support my Prime Minister, whatever it was she said…

Great spot by DUP Press Officer Clive McFarland on Facebook…

  • clivemcfarland

    Nice as it is to be credited – it probably should go to Armando Iannucci.

    https://twitter.com/#!/Aiannucci/status/195760316049670144

  • pauluk

    It’s what’s called following the party line. Reminds me of the robotic Sinn Fein spokesmen of yesteryear.

  • Charlie Sheens PR guru

    Only Sinn fein of yesteryear?

    Same goes for the DUP too. I’m racking my brains for a single dissenting view my a DUP member on anything.

  • Charlie Sheens PR guru

    # by a DUP member

  • Interesting.

    The politician confuses collective responsibility, party line and party and personal loyalty.

    The Agenda man is similarly confused but picks up on the fact that Bill Shorten doesn’t know what the PM said but is sure she is right.

    His question should have been:-

    So you don’t know what she said but agree to it , are you just an unquestioning flunky, a yes man picked to rubber stamp the PM’s words whether you’ve seen them or not?

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  • weidm7

    Nicely done from pauluk, he was showing an NI equivalent of the video’s situation:

    ‘I don’t know what SF have said, but I disagree with it… whatever it is they’ve said’