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ALBERTO GONZALES, RESIGNED AUGUST 2007.

KARL ROVE, RESIGNED AUGUST 2007.

HARRIOT MIERS, RESIGNED RESIGNED JANUARY 2007.

DAN BARTLETT, RESIGNED JUNE 2007.

JOHN BOLTON, RESIGNED DECEMBER 2006.

DONALD RUMSFELD, RESIGNED NOVEMBER 2006.

ANDREW CARD, RESIGNED MARCH 2006.

LEWIS "SCOOTER" LIBBY, RESIGNED OCTOBER 2005.

PAUL WOLFOWITZ, RESIGNED MARCH 2005.

JOHN ASHCROFT, RESIGNED MARCH 2005.

COLIN POWELL, RESIGNED NOVEMBER 2004.

ARI FLEISCHER, RESIGNED JULY 2003.

" AND WHILE YOUR STUDYING THAT REAITY WE WILL CREATE ANOTHER FOR YOU TO STUDY" HUBRIS :lol:

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I could have added a few New Labour luminaries, but, suffice to say.

TONY BLAIR, RESIGNED JUNE 2007. NEMESIS.

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I could have added a few New Labour luminaries, but, suffice to say.

TONY BLAIR, RESIGNED JUNE 2007. NEMISIS.

Is Gordon Brown much of an improvement? Though he paid some lip service IIRC to doing things differently it seems to be the same old New Labour.

As for Gonzales quiting, I really hoped he'd stay because that probably would have hurt the Republicans in '08

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I could have added a few New Labour luminaries, but, suffice to say.

TONY BLAIR, RESIGNED JUNE 2007. NEMISIS.

Is Gordon Brown much of an improvement? Though he paid some lip service IIRC to doing things differently it seems to be the same old New Labour.

As for Gonzales quiting, I really hoped he'd stay because that probably would have hurt the Republicans in '08

You are correct, for Brown and Blair read tweedle dum, and the other one. Brown,however is more a Labour man than Blair ever was, and if conditions prove favorable (ie the tabloids dont scare him) he may revert to type.

Do you think there's any chance that Gonzalves might "spit the dummy" on some of Bush's more shady doings now the ideological shackles are off?

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A poll taken across the European Union has revealed Hillary Clinton as most Europeans choise for Democratic Presidential candidate. Clinton polled at 32% Obama 17%, John Edwards and others were at low single figures. Seems the Clinton name still has some magic in Europe.

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I could have added a few New Labour luminaries, but, suffice to say.

TONY BLAIR, RESIGNED JUNE 2007. NEMISIS.

Is Gordon Brown much of an improvement? Though he paid some lip service IIRC to doing things differently it seems to be the same old New Labour.

As for Gonzales quiting, I really hoped he'd stay because that probably would have hurt the Republicans in '08

You are correct, for Brown and Blair read tweedle dum, and the other one. Brown,however is more a Labour man than Blair ever was, and if conditions prove favorable (ie the tabloids dont scare him) he may revert to type.

Do you think there's any chance that Gonzalves might "spit the dummy" on some of Bush's more shady doings now the ideological shackles are off?

I know it's like the old Monty Python refrain "worrying about the baggage handling at Heathrow", but I worry about Brown. I have a feeling a lot, if not all his old labour empathy, is a mask. I worry that he will be even more wedded to state controls and the big bro concept. I worry about his connections to the American political system. To me, old new Labour can achieve things the Conservatives couldn't hope to achieve. When that's done, it's time for another crack of the Tory whip.

We're fooked, my man. No genuine democracy. No representative government. No redress to an out of control voraciously greedy and deceitful commercialism where the seller dicates to the buyer - rather than the other way around.... now so widespread as to be normal (and called cartelism in other times).

Brown is focused on money and then money again. I think he has been completely dishonest as a Chancellor and he'll be completely dishonest as a PM.

David

Now Hilary, as we all know, has ambitions:

hillary_queen_usa.jpg

But she could suffer if she makes a bid for the tiara as someone else is already wearing it:

gunqeen.jpg

David

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I could have added a few New Labour luminaries, but, suffice to say.

TONY BLAIR, RESIGNED JUNE 2007. NEMISIS.

Is Gordon Brown much of an improvement? Though he paid some lip service IIRC to doing things differently it seems to be the same old New Labour.

As for Gonzales quiting, I really hoped he'd stay because that probably would have hurt the Republicans in '08

You are correct, for Brown and Blair read tweedle dum, and the other one. Brown,however is more a Labour man than Blair ever was, and if conditions prove favorable (ie the tabloids dont scare him) he may revert to type.

Do you think there's any chance that Gonzalves might "spit the dummy" on some of Bush's more shady doings now the ideological shackles are off?

I know it's like the old Monty Python refrain "worrying about the baggage handling at Heathrow", but I worry about Brown. I have a feeling a lot, if not all his old labour empathy, is a mask. I worry that he will be even more wedded to state controls and the big bro concept. I worry about his connections to the American political system. To me, old new Labour can achieve things the Conservatives couldn't hope to achieve. When that's done, it's time for another crack of the Tory whip.

We're fooked, my man. No genuine democracy. No representative government. No redress to an out of control voraciously greedy and deceitful commercialism where the seller dicates to the buyer - rather than the other way around.... now so widespread as to be normal (and called cartelism in other times).

Brown is focused on money and then money again. I think he has been completely dishonest as a Chancellor and he'll be completely dishonest as a PM.

David

Now Hilary, as we all know, has ambitions:

hillary_queen_usa.jpg

But she could suffer if she makes a bid for the tiara as someone else is already wearing it:

gunqeen.jpg

David

David, when the s*** finally hits the multi pronged air distuber system I'm off to Southwold, with a small amount of facial reconstrution, and a self inflicted head injury I am hoping to pass myself off as a yokel. (in joke)

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