Blair about to kark it? Let's hope.

#8
IIRC It was about £10million to produce the Polonium that slotted the pale faced blokey - I think we could get that in a whip round in a week, maybe two as it's the holidays :)
 
#11
Can't be easy running a country, the majority of you bed wetting ***** would struggle to run a bath, I'm ambivalent towards 'bliar, broon, et'al' (or any other cringe inducing arrsers perversion of a politicos name), I find it strange that supposedly intelligent members of the site cannot fathom that in government it's a collective of decision makers that ultimately determine outcomes or decisions, to continually vilify the figurehead is a bit old fashioned if you ask me.
 
#12
Always a joy to hear any political party comment about 'taste', but the 'People's princess' party have more front than Brighton.

If they both cash in their chips at the same time, it will be fun to listen to Mr Antony Blair, and Mr George Michael both trying the same line at the pearly gates to a sceptical Catholic St Peter;
'I'm a pretty straight sort of guy, let me in, please.'
 
#13
Can't be easy running a country, the majority of you bed wetting ***** would struggle to run a bath, I'm ambivalent towards 'bliar, broon, et'al' (or any other cringe inducing arrsers perversion of a politicos name), I find it strange that supposedly intelligent members of the site cannot fathom that in government it's a collective of decision makers that ultimately determine outcomes or decisions, to continually vilify the figurehead is a bit old fashioned if you ask me.
So we should kill the whole of parliment then?
 
#14
Can't be easy running a country, the majority of you bed wetting ***** would struggle to run a bath, I'm ambivalent towards 'bliar, broon, et'al' (or any other cringe inducing arrsers perversion of a politicos name), I find it strange that supposedly intelligent members of the site cannot fathom that in government it's a collective of decision makers that ultimately determine outcomes or decisions, to continually vilify the figurehead is a bit old fashioned if you ask me.
It's simply because, in my view, he's a ****! :) I think he's a two-faced shite that would sell his soul for a pat on the back from the press. (plus I hate his wife even more!)

As for the collective decisions politicians/governments have to make - it's not their fault; it is simply the fault of those who voted them in or worse still; the ******* that sat on their arses and put more effort into their moaning than getting up to vote.
 
#17
Must have been a difficult day in the Daily Mail newsroom - balancing the joy of being able to have a dig at the pinkos and traitors of the BBC with having to put on a show of a modicum of 'respect' for Blair. And obviously the A-team are on holiday - no mention in the story of what this means for house-prices.