Blind Pew returns...maybe

#1
Third paragraph down; Pew is going to be back in the cabinet after the 'election' (6 million votes allows Labour a LOT of scope for fraud and cheating):


http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/vote_2005/frontpage/4508459.stm

This got me wondering; what does one have to do to get sacked permanently by El Presidente; Keith Vaz, still in work; Peter Mandelson, given a cushy job in Brussels; Pew, given new cabinet job; Fat Tw at Prescott, still deputy PM. The list goes on and on. I really do worry about what will happen for the next five years.
 
#3
I can understand political differences, I can understand not liking politicians, personal insults I dont understand.
 
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