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Friday, September 08, 2006

My Candidate For Leader

After the events of yesterday, it is clear that none of the protagonists is fit for the post of Leader of The Grand Ol' Labour Pain. Last night I drew up my own shortlist of candidates. I believe that each one of these has the requisite characteristics to make an excellent Party Leader. Several of my nominees have the additional benefit of being deceased and thus unlikely to cause the Party any further trouble by opening their mouths.

Alex McLeish, Andrew Jackson, Anne Robinson, Anni-Frid Lyngstad, Ann-Margret, Antonio Vivaldi, Art Garfunkel, Belinda Carlisle, Bette Davis, Boris Becker, Boudica, Calvin Coolidge, Carol Burnett, Carol Cleveland, Cate Blanchett, Charlemagne, Charles Kennedy, Chris Evans, Christopher Columbus, Chuck Norris, Clara Bow, Claudia Cardinale, D.H. Lawrence, Deborah Kerr, Diana Rigg, Dwight Eisenhower, Edmund Burke, Eric Liddell, Eric Stoltz, Esther Williams, Evelyn Waugh, Ezra Pound, Florence Nightingale, Friedrich Schiller, Galileo Galilei, Geena Davis, Genghis Khan, George Sanders, George Washington, Geri Halliwell, Ginger Baker, Ginger Rogers, Gordon Strachan, Greer Garson, Harry Nilsson, Henri Matisse, Isabelle Huppert, Jack Nicklaus, James Cagney, James Joyce, Jan Ullrich, Jane Asher, Janet Gaynor, Jeanette MacDonald, Jean-Paul Sartre, Jill St. John, Jim Courier, John F Kennedy, Judas Iscariot, Julianne Moore, Katharine Hepburn, King David, L. Ron Hubbard, Lenin, Leon Trotsky, Lindsay Wagner, Lizzie Borden, Lord Byron, Lorna Luft, Lucrezia Borgia, Lulu, Malcolm X, Mark Twain, Mark Woodforde, Mary Queen of Scots, Maureen O'Hara, Mick Hucknall, Myrna Loy, Napoleon Bonaparte, Neil Kinnock, Nell Gwyn, Nelson Eddy, Nicole Kidman, Noele Gordon, Oliver Cromwell, Paul Scholes, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Prince Harry, Queen Elizabeth I, Ramses II, Red Adair, Red Skelton, Rene Russo, Rick Astley, Ridley Scott, Rob Roy, Robin Cook, Rod Laver, Ron Howard, Sandy Denny, Sarah Bernhardt, Sarah Ferguson, Spencer Tracy, Stan Laurel, Stefanie Powers, Susan Hayward, Suzanne Vega, Svetlana Feofanova, Thomas Jefferson, Tilda Swinton, Titian, Ulysses S Grant, Van Morrison, Vincent van Gogh, Walter Cronkite, Wes Brown, William Blake, William Shakespeare, Willie Nelson, Winston Churchill.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Pick any dozen of these glorious redheads and they'd be an improvement on the Bloggers4Labour Fantasy Blogger Cabinet listing.

Mind you, Akehurst, given that they gave you the Defence portfolio, their idea of fantasy is probably having us all totally blown away.