I do not know how he can put his head on his pillow and sleep at night or go galavanting to Barbados when our lads are dying in the ghettos of Iraq and Afghanistan.
BRING OUR BOYS HOME!!!!
Fighting a war that is not our problem and what for, oil? and to stop militants control of the poppyfields of Afghanistan.
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this guys like maggie thatcher, he will have to be pushed, cos his type dont go easily. (look at the perks he and his blossom rake in)
he will have to be shoved kicking and screaming.
Replied: 25th Aug 2006 at 16:06
Billy, he just will not go, will he? Can the guy not take a hint.I have always voted labour but honestly they have not halfed b******d things up. But what other choices do we have, conservative(useless) and the lib dems, now they are all for immigration and the so called 'human rights act'. We are stuffed if they got in.
Replied: 25th Aug 2006 at 16:10
"I'm ashamed to say this but I feel the war in Iraq is nothing but a slaughter."
Bombs over baghdad
Replied: 25th Aug 2006 at 17:06
it doesnt matter who gets into goverment they are all the same ,dont you know this by now
Replied: 26th Aug 2006 at 01:13
at the end of the day it doesnt matter where soldier are sent ,cos its there jobs,,you become a soldier to train for war and along the way pick up a trade ,,i know i was that man
Replied: 26th Aug 2006 at 02:16
blair would win a lot of respect back if his son euan was to join up and serve alongside the likes of prince harry and william. i aint a royalist, but i give them credit for their loyalty to the country. cherie blair wont stand for the queen, indeed, she wont wait for the queen to sit down at a table, nor will she courtesy??which tells me what a screwed up b***h she is. she makes a packet from the human rights gig, yet she coutesied to the chinese premier???ive voted labour all my life, and i cant find it in myself to vote for this crackpot dithering gov any more.if they did one thing...just one thing...scrap the human rights crap, and i could well return to the fold. sadly, there isnt another party to vote for is there???BNP ???its a thought.
Replied: 26th Aug 2006 at 19:05
All the B.N.P. need is a political figure, who knows how to run a political party. You couldn't expect things to be run by wildboys, like the ones the B.N.P. have been linked with. I think Kilroy Silk would fit in perfectly. The 'principal' of the B.N.P. is right.
Replied: 26th Aug 2006 at 19:14
Billy, i cant stand Cherie Blair. I used to like her until she started with all this Human Rights c**p.
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what or who is lol ???? Will some one please tell me.
Replied: 26th Aug 2006 at 22:57
Aitch, it means 'laughing out loud'. Now you know!
Replied: 26th Aug 2006 at 23:40
Thanks, my grandson said it was laugh a lot which to me didnt sound right so I can now get one over on him, which will be a first
Replied: 26th Aug 2006 at 23:53
There is no place in this modern world for the B.N.P.
Replied: 27th Aug 2006 at 20:45
Just to throw the cat among the birdies here, sometimes we need to lose lives to save lives,people have been massacred and terrorised in Iraq and afghanistan for decades and more.My ex fought in Iraq when we'd just got married in '91 and hes been back since, also Bosnia, kosovo, and afganistan, and he is due back out there again soon.
Our soldiers aren't just a fighting machine, they are peace keepers, members of AARC.Theres a saying among the lads "you take the queens shilling, so you go where your sent" . They are also the finest in the world.
Replied: 27th Aug 2006 at 22:47