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I just wanted to greet pabird this bright and sunny morning with a salutation usually reserved for leading international statesman like what that lunatic Tony Blair is by the President of the United States of America.

And here's another thing.

I have grown marginally concerned over the past few years at the decreasing communicative abilities of many of the leading celebrities of the day. In addition, I have long considered that the lack of interest in politics evidenced by the reducing numbers of the electorate who actually vote is something that should trouble us all. However, I have been wrong on both counts.

The Prime Minister, one of the two most dangerous men on the planet is to blame for the first of my concerns, and I am wrong on the second count. The great and the good clearly copy the Great One.

Every second word of that rather unfortunate broadcast of his exchange with his old mate Dubbya was 'err', or 'ya know' or kinda', or 'I mean'. The best part for me was when he asked the President whether he, Blair , should go to the Middle East ahead of the US Secretary of State, Condominium Rice. Said our man at Number 10:

"Well... it's only if, I mean.. you know [sic]. If she's got a.... or if she needs the ground prepared as it were... Because obviously if she goes out she's got to succeed, if it were, whereas I can go out and just talk."

Priceless.

Yo Blair.

Proud to be British.

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Yo AFF How she cutting.

The Bliar and Bush conversation could be likened to two lads with learning difficulties having a chat!! Sorry! Failed to realise how silly that remark was until I had finished typing and do so apologise to any Lads with learning difficulties who have worked so hard to raise their game above the type of drivel the two oxy-morons were exchanging.

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Every second word of that rather unfortunate broadcast of his exchange with his old mate Dubbya was 'err', or 'ya know' or kinda', or 'I mean'. The best part for me was when he asked the President whether he, Blair , should go to the Middle East ahead of the US Secretary of State, CONDOMINIUM RICE. Said our man at Number 10:


Sorry to have to point out this erroneous slur, CONDOMINIUM RICE,get your facts right!
It is CONTHEPEOPLE RICE!
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The major tragedy for the west is that there are still people out there that will vote for both of these morons.




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