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http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/caught-unawares-david-miliband-finally-makes-true-feelings-known-2092570.html

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The former Foreign Secretary, who backed the 2003 invasion, sat stony-faced as Ed Miliband declared at the party's Manchester conference that Labour was "wrong to take Britain to war and we need to be honest about that".

David Miliband's anger boiled over when Harriet Harman, Labour's deputy leader, joined the applause for his brother's attack. "You voted for it, why are you clapping?" David asked her in a remark picked up by an ITV News microphone.

"I'm clapping because he is the leader. I'm supporting him," Ms Harman replied.

Adolf would be proud. Screw afghans and Iraqis, screw our soldiers putting their lives on the line, party politics is what matters.

FFS. Sheeplism is well and live in the Liebour party. Utter insanity, Do these 'people' have hearts and souls?

Bloody disgraceful. I am almost lost for words. Hopefully she'll rot in hell very soon, tormented by those whose lives she ended with such weak conviction.

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This is the same woman that was a civil liberties lawyer chairperson of Liberty yet voted for ID cards, detention without trial and whole bunch of other totalitarian measures. She is morally bankrupt. Why would anyone be surprised by this latest piece of cognitive dissonance?

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I agree with all the negative comments about Harperson. She is scum. I am delighted also that David M, who had a hand in the CIA torture rendition flights, as well as the disgusting Iraq war, has been put in an impossible position and is thinking of quitting frontline politics. Rot in obscurity, Dave Banana.

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This is the same woman that was a civil liberties lawyer chairperson of Liberty yet voted for ID cards, detention without trial and whole bunch of other totalitarian measures. She is morally bankrupt. Why would anyone be surprised by this latest piece of cognitive dissonance?

She's just yet another left wing party drone. My Party right or wrong, and 2 + 2 = 5.

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I don't have a problem with an MP having voted for going into Iraq (only way to get rid of that sick ******* Saddam IMO), although I do have a very big problem with them voting for it without insisting on a proper well-thought-out plan about what to do next, which is 100% responsible for the mess and utterly criminal. However, that's not the issue with Harman. What's unacceptable with her (in this situation, listing all the reasons she's unacceptable would take all day) is the turning for convenience. Either stick with your principles or at least give a reason that you truly believe they were wrong and have been convinced they were wrong. So blatently changing tune just for convenience is so contemptible it's a wonder that she can do so and not expect people to sneer at her.

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This is the same woman that was a civil liberties lawyer chairperson of Liberty yet voted for ID cards, detention without trial and whole bunch of other totalitarian measures. She is morally bankrupt. Why would anyone be surprised by this latest piece of cognitive dissonance?

Its just the 'he is the leader' bit, as if that alone is a reason to support him.

Reminded me of people supporting Hitler simply because he's "der Fuhrer". or die Fuhrer, or das or whatever.

Its just this blind adherance to anything that is considered good for the party. They are slaves, sheep, just like the rest of us. Just on another level.

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What's unacceptable with her (in this situation, listing all the reasons she's unacceptable would take all day) is the turning for convenience. Either stick with your principles or at least give a reason that you truly believe they were wrong and have been convinced they were wrong. So blatently changing tune just for convenience is so contemptible it's a wonder that she can do so and not expect people to sneer at her.

I guess they see how Claire Short and Kate Hoey (ie, that rare thing, decent labour MPs) got sidelined and marginalized for having convictions.

Still doesnt make it acceptable in my mind.

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I guess they see how Claire Short and Kate Hoey (ie, that rare thing, decent labour MPs) got sidelined and marginalized for having convictions.

Still doesnt make it acceptable in my mind.

There used to be a few decent Labout MPs but Blair forced most of them out pretty quickly.

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Saddam like many politicians have carried out bad things.

The US and the lapdog wasnt interested in whats best for Iraqi people becuase Saddam even offered to go into exile for the measly price of $1bn! The US wants the oil security becuase the US military machine is the largest consumer of oil. The pentagon alone consumes more oil in a day than the whole of Sweden! Its all about the oil nothing else.

http://www.dailymail...-1bn-exile.html

I thought that was obvious, no? huh.gif

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Saddam like many politicians have carried out bad things.

The US and the lapdog wasnt interested in whats best for Iraqi people becuase Saddam even offered to go into exile for the measly price of $1bn! The US wants the oil security becuase the US military machine is the largest consumer of oil. The pentagon alone consumes more oil in a day than the whole of Sweden! Its all about the oil nothing else.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-484162/Saddam-asked-Bush-1bn-exile.html

Oh, I can well believe that they weren't the slightest bit interested in what's best for Iraq, but I wanted to point out that I'm not necessarily against someone for voting for it. It's the change of stance for convenience that's so disgusting to me. A vote for a war might make you think that someone has got bad principles, but such a willing change is a sign of no princples at all. I suppose one thing you can say about Blair is that at least he stuck to his position and didn't try to change it in a blatant attempt to court popularity (perhaps only because he knew that no-one would believe it anyway).

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