Then the old lie is pumped out that the waddling snot eating PM has "also taken up jogging to boost his fitness."
Really well that has been Questioned before, as questions are being asked over the picture that showed McCyclops jogging. Ever since Gordon Brown was photographed jogging in a London park earlier this month – his track suit bottoms tucked neatly into his socks, naturally – the paparazzi have been lying in wait, hoping, no doubt, for the first picture of the Prime Minister running out of puff.
So far, alas, their quarry has eluded them. Just as he had never been seen jogging before the photograph had been taken, he has not been seen since. Some members of the paparazzi are now muttering that the original picture must have been a stunt.
What is more, one tells Mandrake that it is a mystery who took it, as the photo was uncredited.
Matrix, the agency which furnished newspapers with the picture, will tell me only that it was not taken by one of their photographers. "It was supplied to us by someone who wished to preserve their anonymnity," says Tom Smedley, of the company.
Certainly the Nike trainers that the PM was wearing with the Air Max logo showed little sign of wear.Now our fat waddling PM has claimed that he go's a running on a regular basis, something one look at his lardy saggy figure makes you question.
Telling critics that their “hopes” that he would stand down were in vain, the Prime Minister insisted that he was fully fit to govern and went running regularly to maintain his health.Porkie No.2:
“I am healthy and I am very fit. I run a lot to keep fit and I will continue to keep fit. "I keep going. I have got a job to do. I have got work to do."And yet just one photo from a mystery source to show McSnotty waddling his way through the streets in jogging gear? Hmmmm, next they will claim that David Blunkett is a rally driver an his guide dog Sadie barks directions to him.
The fat fucker even had the nerve to bleat an complain about the press pointing out he was in fact a fat fucker who they mocked as such in cartoons.
He considers himself to be a political heavyweight, but it appears that Gordon Brown doesn't like being drawn as one. It has emerged this weekend that he has complained to newspaper cartoonists that they draw him on the rather large side – "fat" was the word the PM used.
Mr Brown is known to have brought the subject up with at least two national newspaper artists, including The Independent's Dave Brown, pulling them up on their portrayal of him and insisting: "I'm not that fat." A touch vain? Perhaps.
But, in complaining, he joins a host of image-conscious politicians who fret over the way in which they are parodied in the media.Still fingers crossed that the lying fat wankstain does go jogging an has a massive fatal heart attack.Hat Tip tractor stats for the pic