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Originally posted by NocturnalPhantom
Just a typical sleazy Tory hypocrite. All Tories are the same. You cannot be a decent person and a Tory at the same time which is why I utterly despise them, and those who support them.
The other lot aren't that much better either a lot of the time. Our parliament is full of lying, unscrupulous, self-serving pigs and it ain't gonna change within my lifetime, I'm sure. I'd be happy to see all members of this government take drugs and fatally OD. I would actually be happy if it happened, and if that offends any tories on here, rest assured that I care nothing for you, your feelings or your fate, so go and cry to someone else.edit on 13/9/11 by NocturnalPhantom because: (no reason given)
Osborne will go in a cynical move to try and save "Call Me Dave."
He was initially known as Gideon, before switching to his less exotic first name as a teenager.
Nick Clegg has been accused of double standards in calling for tough punishments for convicted rioters over claims that he committed arson as a teenager.
The Prime Minister, who was a member of Oxford University's Bullingdon Club - notorious for outrageous behaviour including smashing up restaurants - was challenged by Davis on BBC Radio 4's Today programme this morning. "I don't want to equate it to the riots, I don't want to harp on about it but the Bullingdon Club, you know that's a youthful gang, you could almost call it, engages in violent behaviour, do you see any likeness in that to what occurred?"
Originally posted by Acidtastic
I switched it over to sky last night and caught their gigglefit. It was rather unprofessional at best. At worse, well the above has been covered by posts above this one. I totally agree with others about the blatent hypocrasy shown here by sky. But then the whole media machine is geared up to sway public opinion in favour of whatever the goverment want people to think. So this shouldn't come as any kind of supprise.
And will it wake anyone in the UK up? Will it buggery. The people in the UK are generally fast asleep, and happy in their dream like state. (present company excluded ) Nothing will change, becasue they haven't had to dig into their pockets, or swicth the telly off for 5 seconds to stop watching Britains got reatards, or Big Blather. Unfortunatly, we're a nation of idiots. But I don't think it's mutually exclusive to the UK.
And as for the Osborne story, this will just be forgotten about it a week or so, nothing will come of it, and normal "service" will be resumed very shortly. Call me a pessamist, but there it is.
Originally posted by Cobaltic1978
I too just switched over to Sky News when these idiots were giggling like silly school children over the incident and the comments that snidy Daily Mail Columnist made about the vice girl. Shocking to some extent, but not unexpected from him.