Thursday, August 17, 2006



Crap

I don't agree with much coming out of the Blair government these days, but I will agree with one thing: President Bush is indeed "crap". Now, if only the Deputy Prime Minister could have said it sooner...

Of course, the Americans will kick up a fuss, and of course, the Brits will issue a subserviant and grovelling apology for daring to malign the Leader Of The Free World and suggest that his performance could be anything other than exemplary and worthy of worship - but its good to see that the Poodle has occasional thoughts of turning on its master.

4 comments:

I assume by "the Poodle" you're talking about the Blair regime? It's my understanding that "the Poodle" is Blair himself, who I doubt will ever have "thoughts of turning on his master." He reveres power far too much for that.

Posted by Anthony : 8/17/2006 08:03:00 PM

Next contestant, Mr. John Prescott from Hull East. Specialist subject - the bleeding obvious.

Posted by PabloR : 8/18/2006 12:56:00 PM

Connect the dots:

1. Israel's disasterous Lebanon misadventure.

2. The Murdoch "rogue media owner" wiretap story connecting Prince Charles and Gordon Brown....that suddenly dissapeared.

3. The phony "liquid bombs on the aircraft scare" distraction booga booga.

4. Reid suddenly being touted by the presstitute spin merchants as "Prime Minister" material?

5. Prescott (a man with relatively little to loose) leading this dramatic break in the ranks...and where is Gordon Brown on this?

Mucho shite going down in the backrooms methinks.

Posted by Logix : 8/18/2006 07:29:00 PM

If the UK is a poodle what the hell is NZ.

Some two bit kumera republic no-one has ever heard of full of smug know-it-alls who seriously believe their opinions matter to anyone.

What a joke, hate to burst your kiddy bubblebut you are about as relevant to world politics as Tonga.

Keep talking to yourselves kids no-one else is listening.

I remember years ago the British were in Washinton having talks at the White House, NZ PM Lange went and had a meeting with Yoko Ono.

I also remember that idiot in London walking to Downing Street and the London police stopped him - did he really think anyone there had any idea who he was.

Posted by Anonymous : 8/18/2006 08:34:00 PM