- 05-05-2012, 00:35 #11Try not to die a virgin. When you get to heaven they make you fuck a suicide bomber.
- 05-05-2012, 00:39 #12
- 05-05-2012, 00:44 #13Lib Dem Brian Paddick saw his vote collapse and he was beaten into fourth place by Green Jenny Jones
Hopefully that'll teach him to play politics with stop/search, rape investigation, police/media-you know all those things which if they are broken, he was responsible for during his career in thet met.
"The truth is that commentators rush out their opinions based on their preconceived notions before they know the full facts"
The Arabist blog
- 05-05-2012, 00:47 #14"If a terrorist organisation wanted to knock out the moral compass of Britain, all they'd have to do is to kill 100 celebrities at random. The entire country would have an instant nervous breakdown."
- 05-05-2012, 00:48 #15
What did I just see? Gravy train choo choo.Night time is really the best time to work. All the ideas are there to be yours because everyone else is asleep. ~Catherine O'Hara
RayC is a pig fucker.RayCbums goats.RayCsuckshorses. Earth is RayC's sockpuppet and P.Maitra is a fat goat sucker.
- 05-05-2012, 00:53 #16
- Join Date
- Jan 2010
Boris might come across as a bit of a buffoon but I've always thought he's a very sharp cookie and the buffoonery is a bit of a cover for that. I also think the buffoonery is a good cover for what I suspect is an ambition to be prime minister. And that wouldn't necessary be a bad thing.
- Boris has got good political instincts and can tread the fine line between his political beliefs and what the wider public find acceptable.
- He's good at running a team.
- He concentrates on core issues and doesn't get side tracked into many irrelevancies.
- He runs things to a budget.
And last and by no means least:
- He has political convictions and the courage to state them.
In this day and age - when a lot of politicians resort to weasel words and half-truths - I know what Boris stands for.
I suspect the Conservatives have a statesman in the making - strange thought that might sound - and not just a clever politician. He's evolving all the time and I suspect we haven't seen the finished article yet.
- 05-05-2012, 00:54 #17
Ken just packed in politics - well, politics that involves getting elected - in a speech a few minutes ago.
Hooray for (in)sanity now that BJ is back. He may fool us with his Eton buffoonery, but he's a sly, cunning and intelligent player.- Si dubitas, fuge.
- 05-05-2012, 00:58 #18Mr_TiggerGuest
I thought I was a tolerant person but when Paddock thanked his 'husband' it came as such a shock that the wine that was in my mouth came out of my nose.
- 05-05-2012, 01:01 #19
May the Fourth be with you! Boris, he's a ****ing Jedi!
- 05-05-2012, 01:02 #20