posted on May, 29 2006 @ 03:49 PM
"With Blair’s approval rating now around the 28% mark
(and predictably perhaps due to various media connections more recent information seems hard to come by) it would appear that an assassin might be
doing British democracy a favour if Tony Blair was assonated.
However this does not make an assonated justified. There are about 60 million people living in the U.K, but Blair is a special person. He is more
important than the interests of 60 million people."
That's one way I might have said something if I were Galloway. Just take the exact opposite (reasonable sounding argument) and then ridicule it for
what it is. After all Blair is a hero, he has got British troops to die with a lie in their heads. And whilst that is a bad thing at least the new
Iraq is better place for grave diggers.
But even if it is right that Tony Blair should be assonated, the trouble is there aren’t enough crazy people in this country. What a shame Charles
Clark was sacked? I think he could have been a very good home secretary (well even if it is only by default).
[edit on 090705 by Liberal1984]