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132,248. In the past politicians had to pretend to be nice and friendly. (Mockumentaries & Politics) Cunk & Other People on 2019 III, BBC 2019
105,480. There is no left and right in American politics … This political charade … just a selection between pre-selected candidates … About choosing between Coke and Pepsi. (Globalisation & Politics) The Corbett Report: Still Listening to the Enemy, James Corbett online April 2012
105,634. ‘I don’t admire the Koch brothers. I’m not against people who make money, that’s fine. But what they do with their money isn’t fine with me. The Koch brothers - they are determined to do away with government.’ (Democracy & Elite & Wealth & Politics) Koch Brothers Exposed, 2014, Harry Reid senator
105,635. Billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch are the poster boys for the top one per cent using their money to fuel the growing inequality in America. Day in and day out we see the Kochs using their billions to purchase politicians and policies, taking a terrible toll on democracy as they knock down the middle class, stomping on poor people. (Democracy & Elite & Wealth & Politics) ibid.
105,636. They inherited a big pile of money from daddy Fred. (Democracy & Elite & Wealth & Politics) ibid.
105,637. Koch industries is the second largest privately held corporation in the country … (Democracy & Elite & Wealth & Politics) ibid.
105,638. ‘They are interested in using the money they make to buy a political system that allows them to become dominant players in the shaping of the country. (Democracy & Elite & Wealth & Politics) ibid. John Nichols
115,911. Nothing lasts for ever. House of Cards I II III IV ***** opening scene, BBC 19902
115,912. Who could replace her? Plenty of contenders. Old warriors. Young pretenders … What me? Oh no no no. I’m the Chief Whip. Merely a functionary. I keep the troops in line. I put a bit of stick about. I make ’em jump. ibid.
115,913. I think you should be prime minister. ibid. Elizabeth to Francis
115,914. As you see no Cabinet changes at all. ibid. Collingridge
115,915. Unless a better man were to take the leadership from him. ibid. Elizabeth to Francis
115,916. Beware of an old man in a hurry. ibid. Francis to Mattie
115,917. Cocaine is awfully expensive stuff. ibid. Francis to Roger
115,918. You might think that, Mattie. I couldn’t possibly comment. ibid. Francis
115,919. So it was most unfortunate when someone tipped off the tabloids about Charles Collingridge’s holiday address. ibid.
115,920. After the Silly Season comes the Conference Season. ibid.
115,921. We’ve grasped the nettle and we’ve taken it on board. ibid. education minister
115,922. Bright girls for research: where would the House be without them? (Politics & Research) ibid. Francis to Roger
115,923. We get all the riffraff here. ibid. Francis to Mattie at conference
115,924. We need a leader who’s prepared to let his dogs off the leash. (Politics & Leader) ibid. Francis to Ben, newspaper owner
115,925. Who would be a leader in this wicked world? (Politics & Leader) ibid.
115,948. You’re a good man. ibid. Collingridge to Francis
115,949. I’m interested in you. ibid. Francis to Mattie
115,950. He was in the trap and screaming from the moment he took office. ibid. Francis
115,951. I wanted you the first time I met you … I want you to call me Daddy. ibid. Mattie to Francis
115,952. I’m the best man for the job. ibid. Francis to Ben
115,953. What me? Oh no no no no. I’m just a backroom boy. ibid. Francis to Collingridge
115,954. When you’re drunk, you’re never bored. (Politics & Drunk) ibid. Charles to Mattie
115,955. Old farts die sooner. I’ll be waiting in the wings. ibid. Woolton
115,956. I’ll drag you down with me till you’re blinded and drownded! ibid. Roger to Francis
115,957. Mattie, why the hell didn’t you think of Urquhart sooner? ibid. colleague
115,958. I love you, Daddy. ibid. Mattie
116,062. Vote for me because I am more decisive. (Politics & Vote) The New Statesman s1e1: Happiness is a Warm Gun, ITV 1987, SDP on hustings
116,063. I should like to begin by thanking my loving wife Sarah. (Politics & Wife) ibid. B’stard accepts nomination
116,064. I’ve got the largest majority in the House. (Politics & House of Commons) ibid. B’stard arrives
116,065. A whole Jeffrey? That’s two thousand pounds! ibid. B’stard to Norman
116,066. I’ve just inherited a million pounds. I’m going to divorce you. (Politics & Divorce) The New Statesman s1e2: Passport to Freedom, Sarah
116,067. Piers, you’re as welcome as Jeffrey Archer at the Daily Star Christmas party. ibid.
116,068. I don’t speak to constituents. Good morning. The New Statesman s1e3: Sex is Wrong, B’stard
116,084. We’ve got to get rid of that plutonium oxide in Hull … Storing nuclear waste was going to be a growth industry, you said. (Politics & Nuclear) The New Statesman s1e4: Waste Not, Want Not
116,085. I am president for life of the republic of St James. (Politics & President) The New Statesman s1e5: Friends of St James, Lance to B’stard
116,086. You stupid trollop! I’m not a masochist, I’m a sadist! (Politics & Sadomasochism) The New Statesman s1e6: Three Line Whipping, B’stard whipped by new French mistress
116,122. We’re thinking of running a Spot the MP competition. The New Statesman s1e7: Baa Baa Black Sheep, constituency chairman/father in law
116,123. Well it depends what you mean by meat. (Politics & Fast Food) ibid. Mr Guzzler in his fast-food restaurant to B’stard
116,124. But you’ll just have to wait won’t you. Not at all, your Majesty. (Politics & Thatcher) The New Statesman: Comic Relief 1988, Mrs Thatcher’s secretary
116,125. Georgie, don’t go. I’ll pretend to be Lenin. The New Statesman s2e1: Fatal Extraction, B’stard to black feminist socialist leader of Hackney
116,126. We are going to introduce a five-year period of national service in the Falklands for all young men whose parents earn less than £20,000 a year. The New Statesman s2e2: Live From Westminster, minister
116,260. These are your tickets to the public gallery. Now these cost ten pounds each. (Politics & House of Commons) The New Statesman s2e3: A Wapping Conspiracy, B’stard to girl guides
116,261. Chilean mining shares have boomed considerably since General Pinochet introduced slave labour. (Politics & Stocks) The New Statesman s2e4: The Haltemprice Bunker, Stephen Fry to B’stard
116,454. It’s a sort of special kind of sherbert, Piers. (Politics & Cocaine) The New Statesman s2e5: California Here I Come, B’stard
116,455. And the five gallons of botulism sorbet which seem to have gone down so well. (Politics & Wedding) The New Statesman s2e6: May the Best Man Win, B’stard as best man
116,456. I’m with the Sunday Sport now. Political correspondent. (Politics & Newspaper) The New Statesman s2e7: Piers of the Realm, journalist to B’stard