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Message 1582058 - Posted: 4 Oct 2014, 23:31:17 UTC - in response to Message 1582011.  

Unfortunately, Camoron (yes, deliberate spelling) is anything but funny, unless one has a really weird sense of humour. Lets face it, the idiot has done more 'U-turns' than a 'learner' driver trying to find their way into and around London, with or without a Sat-Nav! The man is the epitome of a clueless 'toff' that doesn't know where his 'allowance' comes from (crooks, dressed as businessmen), or doesn't care! He has given new meaning to the phrase, Con Party!!! If I were him, I'd look for another job, PDQ!


Well I wouldn't hire him... not even to put a broom into a broom cupboard...


Oh I don't know, he'd look good as a cleaner, especially for Dyno-Rod.
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Message 1584726 - Posted: 10 Oct 2014, 16:23:21 UTC - in response to Message 1582058.  

Unfortunately, Camoron (yes, deliberate spelling) is anything but funny, unless one has a really weird sense of humour. Lets face it, the idiot has done more 'U-turns' than a 'learner' driver trying to find their way into and around London, with or without a Sat-Nav! The man is the epitome of a clueless 'toff' that doesn't know where his 'allowance' comes from (crooks, dressed as businessmen), or doesn't care! He has given new meaning to the phrase, Con Party!!! If I were him, I'd look for another job, PDQ!


Well I wouldn't hire him... not even to put a broom into a broom cupboard...


Oh I don't know, he'd look good as a cleaner, especially for Dyno-Rod.


Without the rod?
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Message 1584729 - Posted: 10 Oct 2014, 16:28:16 UTC - in response to Message 1584726.  
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Unfortunately, Camoron (yes, deliberate spelling) is anything but funny, unless one has a really weird sense of humour. Lets face it, the idiot has done more 'U-turns' than a 'learner' driver trying to find their way into and around London, with or without a Sat-Nav! The man is the epitome of a clueless 'toff' that doesn't know where his 'allowance' comes from (crooks, dressed as businessmen), or doesn't care! He has given new meaning to the phrase, Con Party!!! If I were him, I'd look for another job, PDQ!


Well I wouldn't hire him... not even to put a broom into a broom cupboard...


Oh I don't know, he'd look good as a cleaner, especially for Dyno-Rod.


Without the rod?

No, definitely not! He must be able to feel what it is like to get shafted!

Nice to see you back Iona. how's the hands?
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Message 1586598 - Posted: 14 Oct 2014, 0:47:52 UTC

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Message 1586744 - Posted: 14 Oct 2014, 11:05:44 UTC - in response to Message 1586598.  

Further proof that Brussels is well bloated

What has that got to do with the EU?
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Message 1586782 - Posted: 14 Oct 2014, 13:52:11 UTC - in response to Message 1586744.  

Further proof that Brussels is well bloated

What has that got to do with the EU?

Have you ever seen a "slim" politician?
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Message 1587741 - Posted: 16 Oct 2014, 10:35:24 UTC - in response to Message 1586782.  

Further proof that Brussels is well bloated

What has that got to do with the EU?

Have you ever seen a "slim" politician?

Yeah, most of the politicians I know are pretty slim. You haven't?
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Message 1587772 - Posted: 16 Oct 2014, 12:23:18 UTC - in response to Message 1587741.  

Further proof that Brussels is well bloated

What has that got to do with the EU?

Have you ever seen a "slim" politician?

Yeah, most of the politicians I know are pretty slim. You haven't?

Merkel
UK's 3 brass monkeys
Salmond
Kim Jung Un
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If you think that lot are slim, no wonder your lot have trouble keeping their fingers in the dykes.
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Message 1587782 - Posted: 16 Oct 2014, 13:22:39 UTC - in response to Message 1587772.  
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UK's 3 brass monkeys
Salmond
Kim Jung Un
Putin

If you think that lot are slim, no wonder your lot have trouble keeping their fingers in the dykes.

Wait, thats overweight to you? Well, yeah, Kim Jung Un clearly is overweight and Salmond is a little on the heavy side as well. But the others? Sure, they aren't size zeroes, but they are clearly not overweight either. And they can't compare to that Belgian minister.
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Message 1587811 - Posted: 16 Oct 2014, 14:47:21 UTC

Surely someone expected to deal with an obesity crisis should have some experience of obesity.

Otherwise it'd be like employing a chancellor who couldn't count...okay, bad example.
A health minister who believed in homeopathy...nope, wrong again.
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Message 1587845 - Posted: 16 Oct 2014, 16:27:39 UTC

"One last go"

You're not going to get it boyo, so why all the B/S?

"For Labour Gareth Thomas, shadow Europe minister, said: "David Cameron's own officials have already apparently poured cold water on these latest headlines, dismissing it not as a proposal, a policy, or a plan, but merely as speculation."

A Prime Minister should not be speculating!

Cameron said: Britain, I know you want this sorted so I will go to Brussels, I will not take no for an answer and when it comes to free movement - I will get what Britain needs."

So why are you afraid to put your money where your mouth is Davey boy...

..."But Mr Cameron has declined to state whether he would be prepared to back a British exit if he does not get the concessions he wants, insisting he is confident of success in the negotiations."

So when you come back with empty hands, will you step down?

Or will you try to fool the country a la Neville Chamberlain?
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Message 1588747 - Posted: 18 Oct 2014, 16:59:36 UTC

"Neighbour, how stands the Union?"

The Union is fine Mr Webster
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Message 1589457 - Posted: 20 Oct 2014, 22:03:17 UTC

Is this the UK's No 1 turkey voting for Xmas?

"David Cameron is to set out further plans to curb the rights of EU migrants to work in the UK by Christmas, insisting the British people and not Brussels officials are his "boss"."

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Message 1591388 - Posted: 24 Oct 2014, 15:09:00 UTC

Who let the dogs out?

Cameron states that Britain is close to leaving

If one believes that, then they better see their GP as the "pot" is addling their brain cells!

From the BBC...

"He said he would not pay on 1 December, but did not rule out paying later."

BBC Report

Looking good for Nov 20(November Handicap) & the GE Challenge Cup in 2015 :-)
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Message 1591389 - Posted: 24 Oct 2014, 15:11:04 UTC - in response to Message 1591388.  

Who let the dogs out?

Cameron states that Britain is close to leaving

Now you know how we in California feel when we pay our taxes to the Federal Government to pay for the rest of the USA. Welcome to the club.
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Message 1591392 - Posted: 24 Oct 2014, 15:17:20 UTC - in response to Message 1591389.  

What makes it even worse is this: -

Reductions
France £801 million
Germany £614 million
Denmark £253 million

Total for those 3 £1.668 billion

UK Increase £1.676 billion

Farage is going to have a field day with this!
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Message 1591896 - Posted: 25 Oct 2014, 13:33:19 UTC

"Britain must pay" says Heinie

"The EU budget row that left David Cameron red-faced with anger, according to the Guardian, is Saturday's lead story for most papers.

The paper says the PM had been "left in the dark for two days" by George Osborne over the community's demand that the UK pay an extra £1.7bn into the European budget.

Jonathan Freedland, writing in the paper, said the PM was not merely red but "puce".

"He couldn't afford to be out-angered by Nigel Farage," he says.

The Guardian's opinion column says either Mr Cameron sought this row - as a "synthetic and cynical" attempt to appear a "strong anti-European" - or he was "asleep on the job" when the figures came in."

Definitely time for a vote of "no confidence"
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Message 1596474 - Posted: 3 Nov 2014, 16:07:32 UTC

The more he opens his mouth, the further he paints himself into a tight corner...

Merkel would accept "UK exit from EU"

UK to seek changes despite "warning"

Juncker - EU FOM cannot be changed

...so that's us out then...

...& if horses were courses, I'm a turkey voting for Xmas :-)
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Message 1598442 - Posted: 8 Nov 2014, 8:31:33 UTC

Expect a lot more B/S in the next seven months...

More smoke & mirrors

...Paul Newman & Robert Redford would have enjoyed this!
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