TV question time is a struggle for Blair

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  1. He looked like a rabbit caught in the headlights!
  2. Got home early and saw the the programme. Felt really hacked off when asked if he felt pressured by having to take decisions that would lead to loss of life.

    His reply said something along the lines of how he "deeply felt the death of every soldier in Iraq". Lying cnut.

    Only strange thing was seeing Richard Madely and, for once, him not being the biggest pr*ck on the show.
  3. :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
  4. He said his wife was "very independent", sometimes "stroppy", "very strong" and he was proud of her. "We are a strong family and that is what matters," he added.

    Read ugly whinging cnut
  5. I see he's doing the hard political shows then.

    Funny how he's been on Richard and Judy but never faced Paxman or Humphreys :evil:
  6. Your such a great cynic woopert.

    President Bliar doesn't need to go onto the tough political debate shows, after all he is looking to secure the votes from all the currant bun readers/daytime TV addicts.

    Know your market and all that! : :twisted:
  7. Oh how I'd love to see Blair talking to Mr Paxeman.

    I'm sure we all remember Mr Howard's rather disastorus appearance on newsnight. I was lucky, I saw it live.