Cleggs the Atheist?

#2
Last month, former PM Tony Blair said he had not talked much about his faith for fear of being labelled a "nutter".
Trust me, Tony, that wasn't the reason.
 
#3
TopBadger said:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/7151346.stm

He's got my vote already...

TB
I'm with him on that, but he ducked the druggie question.....

I'm torn between the wish for politicians that are honest, and a wish for thoise that are honest and haven't broken the law. It's impossible to take the moral high ground on anything if you effectively admit to breaking the law....

SH
 
#4
It's a quite rare thing - a politician who tells the truth.
 
#5
Well, he's only just got in, so i'm withholding judgement on his truth telling skills, but its a good start.

I'm not bothered about the drug issue. The simple fact is that everyone is bound to have broken some law in their life time.

This politician may turn out to be normal, horrah!

TB
 
#6
plus he was calling for civil resistance to the id card thing.
for those of you of the not got anything to hide.
do you really want to give these muppets a massive database of all your personal info :roll:
 
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God is yet to comment.
 

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Point a)
plus he was calling for civil resistance to the id card thing.
Point b)
for those of you of the not got anything to hide.
do you really want to give these muppets a massive database of all your personal info :roll:
In answer to point a) I vote Liberal but actually this is the one point I disagree with. Roll on ID cards, database, and (if I had my way) camera's at the quarters of public vehicles feeding into a biometric face reading computer (read as Matrix). In answer to point b) all my data is already on a database...its called 'registry' :twisted:
 
#9
So you really think this bunch of muppets could be trusted not to feck it up
http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn4158/is_20040417/ai_n12786205
at least 193 have be labelled wrong un's by the crb

your matrix techno bollocks fantasy sounds like a night mare for civil liberty
to fat too drunk smoking in public looking at a unsuitable book nick them :twisted:
 

Nehustan

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brighton hippy said:
your matrix techno balls fantasy sounds like a night mare for civil liberty
to fat too drunk smoking in public looking at a unsuitable book nick them :twisted:
To be honest as the civil are nearly always uncivil, they will be getting no support from this corner for maintenace of their liberties.
 

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parapauk said:
Love the way ever the Archbishop isn't that fussed about Clegg's views. God bless our land*


*I actually typed that before I realised the irony
The AoC seems pretty cool. I'm due to go to a talk in the new year he's chairing on the compatability of Islamic and English law at the Temple. As de Molay et al. would declare 'Ya Allah!'
 
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Nehustan said:
parapauk said:
Love the way ever the Archbishop isn't that fussed about Clegg's views. God bless our land*


*I actually typed that before I realised the irony
The AoC seems pretty cool. I'm due to go to a talk in the new year he's chairing on the compatability of Islamic and English law at the Temple. As de Molay et al. would declare 'Ya Allah!'
I bet that's a talk on compatability in this country.....and not any Islamic ones?
 

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pot_aussie said:
Nehustan said:
parapauk said:
Love the way ever the Archbishop isn't that fussed about Clegg's views. God bless our land*


*I actually typed that before I realised the irony
The AoC seems pretty cool. I'm due to go to a talk in the new year he's chairing on the compatability of Islamic and English law at the Temple. As de Molay et al. would declare 'Ya Allah!'
I bet that's a talk on compatability in this country.....and not any Islamic ones?
Well actually it is no coincidence that its in the Temple, a nod being equivalent to a wink, 700 years etc.
 

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