The cnuts gone

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wet_blobby

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#1
Our dear leader Tony "I'm a useless lieing cnut" Blair apparantly is resigning today, he has finally completed his full third term.

Do I use this momentus day as a celibration to get p1ssed because we are finally rid of the cnut or as a day to get drunk to comiserate about the fact we get the tosser Brown as our next dear leader?
 
#3
Oil_Slick said:
B'Liar was bad enough, but I have a horrible feeling that Gordon the Brune is going to drive us all to drinlk. :x
I have a sneaking feeling that people with see straight through brown and his ugly mug. Thank fuck Bliars gone, a momentous day but role on a leader with a bit of backbone to put "Great" back in Britain.

NB
 
#4
nutty_bag said:
Oil_Slick said:
B'Liar was bad enough, but I have a horrible feeling that Gordon the Brune is going to drive us all to drinlk. :x
I have a sneaking feeling that people with see straight through brown and his ugly mug. Thank fuck Bliars gone, a momentous day but role on a leader with a bit of backbone to put "Great" back in Britain.

NB
Well that rules out 'Call me Dave' Camoron
 
#5
Oil_Slick said:
B'Liar was bad enough, but I have a horrible feeling that Gordon the Brune is going to drive us all to drinlk. :x
With Brown in charge we will not be able to afford to get drunk - thieving cnut, but at least we are rid of the b'lier.
 
#9
Blair is quite personable when you meet him, but I certainly won't be shedding any tears on his departure. As for Brown .... the thieving gypsy barsteward (sorry Logs Catering Services (Delivery)), I wouldn't p1ss on him if he was on fire.
 
#10
His resignation speech was suppose to be at 1145. Am watching his speech now on my break, which started at 1200. Amazing the Bank of England anounced raised interest rate to 5.5% at exactly the same time?? Well you got to admire the guys timing, even at the end!!??
 
#11
aussiepint said:
His resignation speech was suppose to be at 1145. Am watching his speech now on my break, which started at 1200. Amazing the Bank of England anounced raised interest rate to 5.5% at exactly the same time?? Well you got to admire the guys timing, even at the end!!??
Good old Liebour procedures - bury bad news in something else - they obviously have not learned from past mistakes yet..!! :wink:
 
#12
I only managed to catch a bit of his speach in which he claimed he had learnt a lot as NuLabor leader, though he clearly needs more practice at the humility and honesty bits.
 
#13
Just heard a bit of his speach.... went along the lines of :

' I may have been wrong, thats for you to decide. But know this . I did what i thought was best for the country'

How far do you agree that he was thinking about the good of the country throughout his time as prime minister?

I personally think that, what was best for England was pretty far from his mind given certain decisions......
 

CRYSTALTIPS

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#17
Couldnt stand Blair and cant stand Brown.

However, i suppose that this is the time where Brown can prove us all wrong and this is his chance to prove it!!! (But i have strong doubts though that he will sort out the mess Blairs left behind!)
 
#19
CRYSTALTIPS said:
Couldnt stand Blair and cant stand Brown.

However, i suppose that this is the time where Brown can prove us all wrong and this is his chance to prove it!!! (But i have strong doubts though that he will sort out the mess Blairs left behind!)

oh its not all Bliars mess, this sh1theap is a joint effort I think!
 
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