Two-faced git

Posted by Tim Ireland at October 27, 2008

Category: Tories! Tories! Tories!

This entry was posted on
Monday, October 27th, 2008
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And you thought we couldn’t do worse than send them Blair…

Iain Dale is doing his small part to bring peace to the Middle East.

Bless.

And to think that only last week he was banging his war drum, encouraging a return to “tribal politics” (his words) and wanting to bring out back the big guns.

UPDATE – Meanwhile, this is what the ‘far leftists’ are up to.








4 Comments

  1. Guy Gooberman says

    The comments are nearly as disgusting as the post.*HEAVE*

  2. Manic says

    Unlax. I'm sure that Iain stop short of claiming to be the next messiah.Meanwhile, wasn't Jesus Christ an inspiring figure?I fondly recall all of those Sunday School stories about him turning the other cheek while his disciples laid into the Romans with personal insults about their sexuality, state of mind and body mass index.Best bits of the Bible, they are.

  3. balders says

    Of course you are aware that Jesus originally claimed to have fed 25,000 with the loaves and fishes, but further checking revealed many who'd come back for seconds (and thirds), thus the 5000 absolute unique diners.And don't get me started on the attendance at the Sermon on the Mount. Over 1,000,000 claimed attendees, before investigation showed many were being counted as a new listener every time they returned from a crafty piss behind the burning bush.

  4. Manic says

    Hahahahahahahahahahaha!

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