Six of the best
Reader’s Comment of the Week
In response to Kathy Gyngell: Hilton’s hypocrisy. How can this self-proclaimed defender of marriage cosy up to its nemesis Harman?, Mike Buchanan wrote:
Steve Hilton is very loyal to David Cameron – hardly surprising. How would we all have heard of Hilton, other than through his association with Cameron? I firmly believe we can take it as read that with Hilton declaring his deep admiration for Harriet Harman, Cameron feels the same way about her. I’ve always been struck by how relaxed Cameron appears when talking one on one with Harman, e.g. when they’re walking side-by-side into the House of Commons. Harman is very rarely critical of Cameron, because he’s pursuing all the radical feminist agendas (including a lack of support for nuclear families) she was pursuing throughout the Labour administrations of 1997-2010.
TCW Hero of the Week
Well this is a surprise. TCW on the side of Germaine Greer. This week she criticised gay parents Elton John and David Furnish for listing a man as the mother on the birth certificates of their two sons.
This was an example of how the concept of motherhood has “been deconstructed”, she said. Hear, hear, Germaine. She then went on to criticise the process of IVF. Pigs really do fly.
TCW Villain of the Week
Fresh from his drubbing up in Bradford at the General Election, where he was defeated by more than 10,000 votes and then mounted a sour grapes legal challenge, George Galloway has now announced he will run for Mayor of London.
Can you think of anything worse? He’s the most odious man in British politics, he supports terrorist organisation Hamas and we want nothing to do with him. We hope he succumbs to an even heavier defeat down in the capital. When he does, he will no doubt blame that dear old “New York-Tel Aviv axis of evil” once again.