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moorfield
25th July 2008, 09:35
23 May 2008

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/7416104.stm


The message that we have got is that people are concerned.


25 July 2008

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/7524003.stm


He told the BBC the government had to "listen and hear people's concerns" over rising fuel and other costs.

Peoplesoft bloke
25th July 2008, 09:47
It's all in the NuLabour dictionary where almost every word you thought you knew the meaning of is redefined -

Listen=Ignore

shaunbhoy
25th July 2008, 09:49
Lessons must be learned...blah blah blah!!
:eyes

Next!!!!!

Peoplesoft bloke
25th July 2008, 09:52
I'm almost (but not quite) beginning to feel sorry for the snot goblin...

However, I'm still enjoying the schadenfreude for the moment. :D

I feel sorry for him in the general sense that I feel sorry for people when they get the top job they wanted and then find they aren't any good at it - a bit like when Graham Failure was England Manager, but I feel a degree of personal animosity towards Gordo on account of some of his dafter policies and pronouncements.

zathras
25th July 2008, 09:53
I think it is the "listen and hear people's concerns" that he has a problem with. The word listen requires that you actually stop pontificating about how someone should live their life

HairyArsedBloke
25th July 2008, 09:57
People will feel good about the Snot Goblin once they see his head on a pike, next to B’Liar’s, outside the Traitors’ Gate of the Tower of London.

Peoplesoft bloke
25th July 2008, 10:03
People will feel good about the Snot Goblin once they see his head on a pike, next to B’Liar’s, outside the Traitors’ Gate of the Tower of London.

Indeed - along with a cast of hundreds of others, including (but not limited to) Derek Conway, Prezza, Neil Hamilton, Christine Hamilton, Hazel blears, Beardy Blunkett, Jeffrey Archer, June Sarpong, and St Winifreds Church choir.

Sadly, that's about as likely as the elections getting banned.

moorfield
25th July 2008, 10:08
Beardy Blunkett

Give the man some credit, he did manage some extracurricular fun after all.

Many of us on here probably couldn't manage that. And we can see.

Peoplesoft bloke
25th July 2008, 10:12
Give the man some credit, he did manage some extracurricular fun after all.

Many of us on here probably couldn't manage that. And we can see.

No problems with that (same from Fatso Prezza) it was doing it at the same time as lecturing the rest of us that sticks in my craw. I'm supposed to give him my fingerprints (and pay ID tax) because I can't be trusted not to lie about who I am - this is from a man who tells all sorts of lies and gets away with it. SAMe with Prezza - he was dead right about Cecil Parkinson's despicable treatment of his daughter and her Mum - but it comes ill from a guy who winds up following a similar extra-martial path. People in glass houses.

Moose423956
25th July 2008, 10:36
Indeed - along with a cast of hundreds of others, including (but not limited to) Derek Conway, Prezza, Neil Hamilton, Christine Hamilton, Hazel blears, Beardy Blunkett, Jeffrey Archer, June Sarpong, and St Winifreds Church choir.

Sadly, that's about as likely as the elections getting banned.

June Sarpong isn't a politician is she? And what have St Winifreds Church choir ever done to you?

bellymonster
25th July 2008, 10:41
June Sarpong isn't a politician is she? And what have St Winifreds Church choir ever done to you?

"No one quite like grandma"

Nuff said.

Moose423956
25th July 2008, 11:31
"No one quite like grandma"

Nuff said.

Was June Sarpong (http://img.thesun.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00376/june_sarpong_280_376273a.jpg) in St Winifred's School Choir (http://www.bbc.co.uk/cult/ilove/years/1980/images/winifreds173.jpg)? I'd be surprised.

Cyberman
25th July 2008, 11:42
I've been concerned about this lot and their constant rises in taxes since 1997 :D

Gonzo
25th July 2008, 19:12
People will feel good about the Snot Goblin once they see his head on a pike, next to B’Liar’s, outside the Traitors’ Gate of the Tower of London.I hate to burst anyone's bubble but, I don't think that they put anyone's head on a spike outside Traitors' Gate any more.

I pass by there every day and I've never seen one. They must have stopped doing that at least a couple of years ago..... :rolleyes:

HairyArsedBloke
25th July 2008, 20:25
I hate to burst anyone's bubble but, I don't think that they put anyone's head on a spike outside Traitors' Gate any more.

Well, that explains a lot as to why things are going so wrong these days.
:tantrum:


Get a few heads on display and things would be sorted in no time.
:banana: