Jeremy Clarkson is an environmental menace. He is also an unbelievably rude man – raising cheap laughs by calling our Prime Minister totally unacceptable and unprintable names.
Whatever anyone may think of Gordon Brown, his policies, or leadership qualities, it is clear to me that he is driven by a sense of public service and principles derived from his Scottish Presbyterian upbringing.
He may make mistakes but he is a fundamentally decent man.
I already hate this guy.
He certainly deserves more respect than Jeremy Clarkson who may be a successful TV entertainer but seems driven by nothing but a desire to glorify consumption and environmental irresponsibility.
Oh god, another envirocunt. Well, there's a surprise.
Every day that I move around Bristol I am amazed by the number of oversized gas-guzzling vehicles and four-wheel drive "Clifton tractors" that still inhabit our roads, in the almost certain knowledge of the damage they are doing to the environment on both a local and global scale.
The time has come for Bristol to lead the way with radical action to drive such ludicrous vehicles off our streets – but it seems the car lobby has friends as powerful as its vehicles.
And a fascist too! Why yes George, of course it's quite alright for you to dictate what cars people should be "allowed" to drive! His ignorance about 4x4s and environmental damage is highlighted by comments on the news story, thankfully.
I would have absolutely no fear about banning these monsters from our city streets.
Cripes, George. You are a cunt, aren't you.
I hear this week that Nottingham is to charge for workplace parking. This is a move that Bristol could do well to emulate, and with it I would bring in charging bands, with the larger, more fuel-hungry cars paying at least double the standard rate, and small, efficient cars paying half, or nothing at all.
So let's go one further and imagine a city where most of the cars are a maximum of 3.5 metres long (mine is 2.5 metres) as opposed to five metres or more.
Go fuck yourself Ferguson, with a rusty spade.