July 30th, 2012

Friends Reunited


43 Comments

  1. 1
    Kebab Time says:

    Fine examples of Labour members!

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  2. 3
    smoggie says:

    They’d make a right pair of greasy bridesmaids.

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    • 33
      amongymouse says:

      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2180863/London-2012-Olympics-Labour-Party-delighted-Games-socialist-opening-ceremony.html

      The bastards aren’t even hiding it anymore. And they have pushed this narrative so far that Tories have to go along with it if not they fear they will lose their jobs. Sickening.

      I guarantee there will soon be a campaign by the bed wetters to get a knighthood for Boyle to cement this as the official history of Britain, horrible industrial capitalism saved by multiculturalism and the NHS.

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      • 35
        jibbajabba says:

        Labour MP Paul Flynn said: ‘Boris has been spewing wild meaningless superlatives hoping to obliterate the eloquent messages of Danny Boyle on NHS, CND, and the futility of war.
        Wonderfully progressive socialist sentiments and ideas were smuggled into the opening romp. The Tory Olympic twosome were tricked into praising the Trojan Horse.’

        Indeed.

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      • 38
        jibbajabba says:

        Labour colleague Carl Sargeant, minister for local government and communities in the Welsh assembly government, who tweeted that the opening ceremony was “the best Labour party political broadcast I have seen in a while”.

        – from the bedwetter home, the Guardian.

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      • 39
        jgm2 says:

        He’ll get a peerage or a knighthood out of it. No question.

        To be fair though – it was a bit of a laugh in places and he didn’t make the mistake of trying to out-do Beijing.

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  3. 5
    Jack Dromey says:

    Whilst Del Piero is certainly do-able, her voice is so deep it’d be wise to check for bollox before hailing a cab. I’m fed up with Harriet buckling up and taking me from behind.

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  4. 6
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    Whilst in his cups, did Draper do his Van Morrison impression?

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  5. 7
    Mrs Robinson says:

    She married the Guardian’s meeja correspondent, James Robinson.

    Guardianistas United

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  6. 8
    David Cameron (Leader of the Nasty Party) says:

    Were McBride & Draper nuanced ?

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  7. 9
    The Sword of Truth says:

    Dave is wrong.

    It Was.

    “leftie multicultural crap”.

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    • 12
      jgm2 says:

      Dave (and Boris) are in an impossible situation. They can’t condemn the opening ceremony because to do so would be to put shit on their own Olympics. So they have to go along with it.

      Boyle and the bedwetters knew exactly what they were doing. They must be pissing themselves laughing. Yet another mine planted during the imbecility bobs to the surface and explodes in the T*ries faces.

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  8. 10
    Anyone but Gordon says:

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  9. 30
    McPoison says:

    Let us at the wedding buffet !!!

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  10. 41
    Tay King-dePisse says:

    Whilst in his cups, did D.D. do his Van Morrison impression?

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The Economist asks Tony Blair about Wendi Deng:

“Mr Blair roundly denies any impropriety. Asked whether he was (at least) careless about his reputation, he says calmly that it is “not something I will ever talk about—I haven’t and I won’t”, and then bangs his coffee cup so loudly into its saucer that it spills and everyone in the room jumps. But did he find himself in a tangle over his friendship with Ms Deng? A large, dark pool of sweat has suddenly appeared under his armpit, spreading across an expensive blue shirt. Even Mr Blair’s close friends acknowledge that the saga damaged him—not least financially, since Mr Murdoch stopped contributing to Mr Blair’s faith foundation and cut him off from other friendly donors in America.”


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