Very well known Exeweb poster
- Mar 9, 2004
- Busy knitting muesli
Sorry, As I'm on my phone the words are smaller, Don't quite get the repatriation ceremonies bit, As for your constant use the bit about cake, You know very well it was more than this, He made the rules and broke them, Lied about breaking them and let's not forget No10 was the place where the most Covid fines were issued in the whole of the UK. He was and is a charlatan, Only interested in what's in it for him and those in Government now were part of his abject chaos whilst PM.
The conflating of issues is not mine on this occasion spanks, we were talking about morals and AU started bringing unbuilt hospitals into the conversation.You do like moving the conversation on quickly Tavy.
You're infatuation with cake is alike to suggesting Blair and Bush liked playing hide and seek with Saddam.
It's not morally improper to lie to the electorate?The conflating of issues is not mine on this occasion spanks, we were talking about morals and AU started bringing unbuilt hospitals into the conversation.
It is though.It's not just about cake, however much you'd like it to be.
Wow, if you think lying to the electorate is a new phenomenon confined to BJ and the Tories then you don’t know the history of UK politics.It's not morally improper to lie to the electorate?
It's not just about cake, however much you'd like it to be.
You said "many bleating on about Boris are only going on about cake" or words to that effect I'm saying that's nonsense. I wasn't a fan of Johnson because he lied constantly and took the **** of of the electorate. I'd be the same with any leader that did that, particularly as openly as he does.Wow, if you think lying to the electorate is a new phenomenon confined to BJ and the Tories then you don’t know the history of UK politics.
I think it was Blair who said politics was as much about “low skullduggery” as it was an arena where politicians could ‘stand tall’ , or words to that effect.
BJ has always had the ability elicit a hyperbolic reaction from some folks and although I’m apt to reduce the partygate issue to the word ‘cake’ I’ve always said the so called scandal was a politicised distraction and in comparison to the real issues we face it’s another example of a country that is no longer serious.
I voted for Blair three times but even I know the dodgy dossier episode knocks the eating of cake in a lockdown out of the park in DB’s “morally disgusting” stakes.