Credit Where Its Due, Blair Has Blair Has A Brass Neck

You have to hand it to Blair sometimes. The bastard’s got more bottle than Thresher’s. Channel hopping today I caught footage of a speech he gave in which he was saying how unfair we were in putting his foreign policy decisions (all those decisions to do exactly what Bush told him) into a religious context.
It was, was it not, Blair himself who candidly revealed that the decision to go to war was taken not on advice from senior diplomats or military chiefs, nor even after full and frank consultation with the elected members of Parliament (you may recall the true contents of the UN report was withheld during and after the debate) but on the basis of advice the Prime Minister received during a one on one conversation with God.
And he says it is his critics who brought religion into it.
Either he is the most hard faced liar ever, or he is developing Alzheimer’s disease.

8 thoughts on “Credit Where Its Due, Blair Has Blair Has A Brass Neck

    1. No but quarter of a million Iraqi’s are. I’ve been Ian Thorpe, you’ve been great, thank you and goodnight. (exits to loud cheers)

      I did stand up briefly and can confirm that while comedy has not died I did several times.

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  1. Hopefully the greed and corruption in his soul is finally entering the next stage of its lifecycle and consuming his brain from within.

    Then, when he does his nect terribly sincere press conference and tries to change the fact he was crap by telling us repeatedly he wasn’t, his head will pop open like a rotten fruit and this bloated maggot will squirm out of his twitching corpse and wriggle off up Gordon’s bum.

    Now that’s

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    1. If that is the case I guess he will be popping up in the next series of Doctor Who as an insane megalomanic demihuman intent on cosmic domination. Like Peter Kay.

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    2. If that is the case I guess he will be popping up in the next series of Doctor Who as an insane megalomanic demihuman intent on cosmic domination. Like Peter Kay.

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