Judge not a man by his words, but by his actions

March 26, 2007 at 10:44 pm (puritan, tesco, voltairespriest, whiskey, whisky, wild man)

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at PhotobucketYeah, you’ve all heard about Jim Denham. The hard drinking ladies’ man, the revolutionary, the man who would roar his defiance at a battalion of Chetniks charging at him with bayonets fastened.

But present him with an old lady and a petition trying to ban Tesco’s from selling booze, and he melts like a spun sugar sculpture in an oven. You may recall that Jim rather shame-facedly mentioned his capitulation before said old lady when she presented him with a Tory-inspired petition to stop (horror of horrors) his putative local supermarket from selling intoxicating beverages. “Of course it won’t mean anything, Volty”, he assured me.

And yet, today we learned that he and his band of Tory/Temperance brothers have won, and the sacred dryness of his local area will be maintained. Nice one, Jim!

Ah well, I guess he has to suffer the consequences of his actions – it’s like a half hour walk to his local offie.


  1. stroppybird said,

    At least he can lay claim to being part of a successful campaign 🙂

  2. stroppybird said,

    The Jim4Leader is gathering a pace over at Stroppy, now have a campaign ‘button’ 🙂

  3. Alive! « Shiraz Socialist said,

    […] with everyone else who was there (especially Stroppy and Osler) that they should remain good temperance men like ourselves, but they were resolved to indulge in the evils of drink. Oh well, we tried to save you […]

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