Gordon Brown came out today strongly evaluating the possibility that he may attack the accusations that he is a 'Prize Ditherer' 'Sometime Soon', according to a Labour Spokesperson.
"He's almost certain to potentially speak out on these taunts by his opponents possibly sooner or later.' The person added.
"He's not always sick to death of this label that he virtually practically hesitates over making probably important decisions before almost frequently being backed into a corner."
"Whether it may be challenging for the leadership of the Labour Party some time during a ten-year period or waiting for the incumbent to retire right before a global banking crisis, calling an election or not as the case may be when he became leader to get a proper mandate, speaking out on the Lockerbie Bomber release just before it was really, really too late, he has almost eventually made up his mind what to do, only sometimes at the last possible moment.", the spokesperson added.
"He has nearly regularly taken decisive action close to when he should have done and only mostly occasionally has this been because he had no choice in what to do."