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I have posted my question.

I think you can all imagine what I will be asking him.

However, I have posted on this BBC website many,many times and have NEVER had my comments

actually shown. :angry:

I am never insulting so cannot imagine why I am NEVER posted.

Beginning to get a complex...... :(

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Guest Winnie
:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

Yes! Or whether a strict presbyterian upbringing with cold porridge and scottish schadenfreude did anything to affect his view of the English middle classes!

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Guest Marvin Bush

I'd like to know whether he enjoyed Tony's fist-******s, what with Tony having such small hands.

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I'd like to know whether he enjoyed Tony's fist-******s, what with Tony having such small hands.

:lol::lol::lol:

I want to know whether he has or has had a Brazilian??? :(

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I would like to ask Gordon Brown when does he plan to change his name to "Dick Turpin" - before or after the next general election?

Edited by studdymx

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My question has been recommended 9 times now.

I posted the following question:

In 1997 at a budget speech you made the following statement, "I will not allow house prices to get out of control and put at risk the sustainability of the future."

Could you comment on whether you think you have succeeded in this regard? Especially as many potential first time buyers believe you have sacrificed an entire generation for your so called, "economic miracle". A miracle which seems to be no more than a housing market pyramid scheme, that takes from the poor to benefit the rich.

Jamie

Edited by Jay76

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Guest Marvin Bush
A miracle which seems to be no more than a housing market pyramid scheme, that takes from the poor to benefit the rich.

Jamie

Which is all that Fractional Reserve Banking ever is or was.

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Which is all that Fractional Reserve Banking ever is or was.

Indeed. It's just that it should be so much more obvious to the average person on the street now.

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