Blair does it again!

Discussion in 'Current Affairs, News and Analysis' started by spike7451, Jan 25, 2010.

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  1. spike7451

    spike7451 RIP

    Teflon Tont once again lands on his feet!

  2. This surprises you?
  3. If he fell in a bucket of shoite he'd come up smelling of roses.
  4. Is this different to other politicians of any party? For instance, how much has Hague got in speaking fees?
  5. Speaking fee's didn't drag this country into a finacial black hole, hedge funds on the other hand.

    Anyhow whet I thought you were Lib Dem?
  6. Hague not being a war criminal, of course.

  7. Wannabe Labour, but as he don't work, he thought he was excluded from membership. 8)
  8. the Bald Boy Wonder is'nt married to the wide-mouthed frog: no wonder Tone is looking for something else to keep him out of the house a bit more.
  9. Good for you Tone! I mean after taking us to visit eastern Europe, Iraq & Afg it's good to see you tending the garden.
    'Cos Hedge Funds are the corner stone of the current economic climate and you want to be involved with that, especially after you've found religion (RC), would you?
  10. Don't let facts get in the way of opinion.

    This is like saying the Army got us into the current position in could be argued, but it's bollox.
  11. It's my understanding that Mr. Cameron has stopped any of his shadow cabinet from taking speaking engagements, to enable them to concentrate on their s/cabinet roles. Ergo Mr. Hague gets £0.0p at present. Perhaps Mr. Blair should concentrate on his role as Middle East solver of problems?
  12. Stop covering you're own arrse 'Banker' :D
  13. Ex PM accepts speaking engagement? Bit of a non-story isn't it?

    Also, hedge funds haven't "dragged us into a financial black hole". In fact, most of what went/goes on in the city is/was perfectly legit.

  14. Well it would be if the bastard hadn't beggared the country with his 'socialist' ideals then buggered off from the mess he's made to set himself a mission to become one of Britain's richest men trading off the back of his Premiership.

    Champagne Socialism at it's finest - and still the mong class think Labour represents the 'ordinary working man'.