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Galloway to Campbell "Tell us about Dr Kelly"

Ooooohhh!

Sometimes you gotta love Galloway.

He also called Campbell Blairs' goebbels and that he should be sat in The Hague next to Blair.

Tasty stuff.... and on the BBC!

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I was off to bed till I saw George was on......

Love the way he gets up their noses...

The way he dealt with those Senators in Washington shows he is a skilled debater.....

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That footballer is unnaturally erudite.

And why on earth does Campbell keep getting these platforms? I was rather hoping he would do one when Labour lost. The country would feel a much nicer place without him. Horrible specimen.

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The way campbell is acting, you just know there is shedloads of dirt behind this Iraq war issue.

Where's WikiLeaks when you need them? :(

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Just to let anyone interested know that instead of watching Question time you could have seen the Max Keiser report on channel 85 (Russia today -freeview 85), on every tuesday and thursday 10.30pm.

Proper banking/debt bashing outside the BBC bubble

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Just to let anyone interested know that instead of watching Question time you could have seen the Max Keiser report on channel 85 (Russia today -freeview 85), on every tuesday and thursday 10.30pm.

Proper banking/debt bashing outside the BBC bubble

Well on QT its a Labour Party love in tonight, packed with public sector workers in the audience.

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Well on QT its a Labour Party love in tonight, packed with public sector workers in the audience.

Is it that the number of public sector workers in the audience is just a natural reflection of the make up of the areas that QT cherry picks, it's always so left wing. :unsure:

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Well on QT its a Labour Party love in tonight, packed with public sector workers in the audience.

Was just going to post something about the audience. Where do they find these mongs?

Whenever something sensible is said by the tory, the camera pans to the audience and you see these odd creatures, doing everything they can to not clap - arms folded, maybe even sat on their hands, faces like bulldogs licking piss off a thistle, refusing to acknowledge the reality that Labour are always shit.

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LibDem Hughes finishing by making a promise :lol::lol::lol::lol:

"It's going to get better, I promise you" :lol::lol::lol::lol:

Hurry hurry, head for the Anderson Shelter before it's full up.

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Was just going to post something about the audience. Where do they find these mongs?

Whenever something sensible is said by the tory, the camera pans to the audience and you see these odd creatures, doing everything they can to not clap - arms folded, maybe even sat on their hands, faces like bulldogs licking piss off a thistle, refusing to acknowledge the reality that Labour are always shit.

Can't get it here.

Has someone in the audience said something about bankers or MPs expenses yet in a manner that suggests they've just made the most devastatingly insightful point ever uttered?

The bankers meme is an interesting one. For most of the audience I always imagine their point of reference for what bankers are is some cross between Howard from the Halifax and the imaginary person who rings Noel Edmonds on Deal Or No Deal.

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Can't get it here.

Has someone in the audience said something about bankers or MPs expenses yet in a manner that suggests they've just made the most devastatingly insightful point ever uttered?

The bankers meme is an interesting one. For most of the audience I always imagine their point of reference for what bankers are is some cross between Howard from the Halifax and the imaginary person who rings Noel Edmonds on Deal Or No Deal.

Yes,the idiot lantern always portrays sheeple as painfully dense. Is this a misrepresentation though? ...........................no, probably not.

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LibDem Hughes finishing by making a promise :lol::lol::lol::lol:

"It's going to get better, I promise you" :lol::lol::lol::lol:

Hurry hurry, head for the Anderson Shelter before it's full up.

Hughes is a tool, as is Cuntbell, Hughes pleading style of lying really doesn`t work, he should just resign, f*uck off with his self rightous whining and just resign.

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Saw him at Glastonbury a few years back, a very good speaker.

Totally agree, I've seen a fantastic speech he did on Israel, nailed those f4ckers to the wall.

Such a shame he made a c0ck of himself on celebrity big brother, as that was the first time I became really aware of him, not a good start. He's convincingly won my respect back now though.

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Just to let anyone interested know that instead of watching Question time you could have seen the Max Keiser report on channel 85 (Russia today -freeview 85), on every tuesday and thursday 10.30pm.

Proper banking/debt bashing outside the BBC bubble

Keiser report is great stuff. Who would have ever thought we'd be tuning into Russian TV to get the real news? :lol:

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Was just going to post something about the audience. Where do they find these mongs?

Whenever something sensible is said by the tory, the camera pans to the audience and you see these odd creatures, doing everything they can to not clap - arms folded, maybe even sat on their hands, faces like bulldogs licking piss off a thistle, refusing to acknowledge the reality that Labour are always shit.

:lol::lol::lol:

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Who would have ever thought we'd be tuning into Russian TV to get the real news? :lol:

During 2008 he was quite a regular on tv and radio, BBC included, although treated as an eccentric, the comedic commentator to the crash.

Definately worth a watch though, only one on tv who calls it as it is -A PLUTOCRACY

Still wants the banking classes hanging from the lamposts

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Just to let anyone interested know that instead of watching Question time you could have seen the Max Keiser report on channel 85 (Russia today -freeview 85), on every tuesday and thursday 10.30pm.

Proper banking/debt bashing outside the BBC bubble

+1

Also shown at 8.30pm (10.30pm broadcast is the repeat).

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Campbell is a reminder of the egregious faults of the Labour Government: - the reliance on spin, the bullying tactics, and the invasion of Iraq.

It was Campbell, lest we forget, who was instrumental in compiling the disgraceful dossier of half-truths and exaggerations that helped lead this nation into war.

A war where Hundreds upon hundreds of thousands of innocent Iraq civilians have been killed.

Excerpts from Campbells diary:

Mo Mowlam is "unbelievably up herself". Martin Sixsmith is "a twit". Adam Boulton is at one moment "total scum", then later born again as "a total ****". Clare Short turns his stomach. Worse, she cannot "recalibrate to circumstances". Bernard Ingham is "a silly old ******er", Roy Hattersley "a fat pompous bugger", Matthew Parris "a little shit", Simon Jenkins "a total ******", while George Robertson has "a real problem on the blather front".

[Maybe he should edge his bets, like Blair, become catholic, and appeal to the Pope. To avoid an eternity of fire and brimstone?

They say they believe in God, but also believe, that God would turn would turn his cheek, at the slaughter of innocents? That somehow, lies and spin, will work in exactly the same way, on St Peter, at the pearly gates, as it does with the public?]

Thank F@ck I never got into politics.They all think its the 'big game' to be in. Yet there must be something fundamentally wrong, or missing, or unintelligent, or ill considered, or egomanical, or inadequate about them, to chase power, for powers sake.

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Was just going to post something about the audience. Where do they find these mongs?

Whenever something sensible is said by the tory, the camera pans to the audience and you see these odd creatures, doing everything they can to not clap - arms folded, maybe even sat on their hands, faces like bulldogs licking piss off a thistle, refusing to acknowledge the reality that Labour are always shit.

I agree its just incredibly biased. For example when the footballer said something positive about the Lib/Dems, the camera managed to pan to a section of stony faced public sector unionites, sitting on their hands.

Love the way Dimbledore cut up the Tory woman completely (in the middle of her making her point) in order to swap joky asides with Alistair Campbell. The two are obviously in love.

Appalling.

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