May 2nd, 2008

CCHQ Post-Election De-Briefing by Coulson the Barbarian


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  1. 1
    bodo says:

    Ah yes, ‘The lamentation of the wimmin’. It was indeed a pleasure to hear Hazel Blears trying to make excuses on the radio this a.m.

    I remember her in ’97 saying that ‘we will so alter British society that Labour will be in power for a hundred years’.

    She sure ain’t sounding so cheery now. In fact, she sounded… err lamentable.

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  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    The Lamentaion of Toynbeeee after a bitch slapping as well

    The Lamentation of YasiWasiMaxist Apologist Brown a delight to see

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  3. 3
    Harvey says:

    Lamentation indeed.

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  4. 4
    Tuscan Tony says:

    One of the Tuscan’s fave films, as it ‘appens. Superb stuff!

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