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    What will be your lasting memory of TB

    Well, a BIG day for the Brits. TB stands down. So, what will be your lasting memory of Tony?

    Me, I was there the day he got elected in 1997 (Mum's 50th birthday party, which she held in the church next door to where she was born - was the same night).

    Oh, and I never paid a penny in tax

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    Tony who?

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    Mine was how he promised lots and delivered nowt. Also, how he has his whole head up Bush's arse and took part in an illegal & immoral war.

    Lets hope he goes up against the firing squad.

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    That he still owes me a twenty for a round of drinks that he was going to buy, 'but had nothing on him'.

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    ^shit, I had a similar experience with John Major in Nigeria.

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    Quote Originally Posted by William
    So, what will be your lasting memory of Tony?
    Taking us into Iraq when most of the country was against it.

    Horrible toothy smile.

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    ^I'm with with prop.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog View Post
    Mine was how he promised lots and delivered nowt.
    I can't help but feel that you have been setting your hopes for politicians' promises too high Marmers

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    Iraq, unfortunately.
    I didn't mind him until then.

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    Mostly I remember Cherie's lack of manners.

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    I remember when his predecessor passed away (was it John Smith?) and I remember thinking while the Labour party was putting together it's list of new candidates for leadership "I hope that young smarmy grinning cvnt doesn't get on the list. What the hell is his name?".

    It was him - Tony B-liar.

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    Like marmers said, being that fokwits bum pal and going to war in a place we had no fokin business being in.
    Wasting tax payers money on immigrants and scroungers whilst our own froze in the cold.
    He's just another in a long line of PC idiots who lost sight of what made England great.

    A wanker, I hope he dies soon.

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    I think he was rather a nice chap in the wrong job. I picture him as a very successful hairdresser in his next career.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robin View Post
    I think he was rather a nice chap in the wrong job. I picture him as a very successful hairdresser in his next career.
    Would you let him cut your hair?

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    never mind the damage he did to the brit economy

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    I think that Blair will be remembered for his towering egotism that has led him into comitting one folly after another, starting with his determination to build the Millenium Dome and continuining into a ruinous attempt to export democracry to Iraq by force.

    That he has undermined personal liberty in the UK to a degree previously unheard of.

    That he has brought the whole institution of British politics into disrepute both through the shady financial dealings of his party machine and by giving personal support to men like Blunkett and Mandelson long after they demonstrated themselves to be wholly unfit for high office.

    A bit like all the buggers before him then.

    But a word of caution - if you think Blair is bad wait for Brown. Be afraid, be very afraid.
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    i dont know anything about tony blair as i have been in singapore throughout his reign and have paid no interest to UK politics.

    i only clicked on this thread because i thought it was about tuberculosis. Luckily i have no memories of that either.

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    What will be your lasting memory of TB

    Well TB has been all-but brought under control for the human population...but is still a common killer in the bovine industry...

    Unfortunately, Thailand has one of the highest incidences of TB in the world, so I think it's a bit premature to talk about its memory...

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    Coughing up blood and bits of lung tissue

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    He allowed the UK Military to stoop to new depths in that episode with the shameful behavior of the latest Iranian 'hostages'...

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    Should be in Issues this

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    Quote Originally Posted by Propagator View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by William
    So, what will be your lasting memory of Tony?
    Taking us into Iraq when most of the country was against it.

    Horrible toothy smile.
    Crying all the time and talking about God.

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    I always thought he was a bit thick, to be honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Gentleman Scamp View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Propagator View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by William
    So, what will be your lasting memory of Tony?
    Taking us into Iraq when most of the country was against it.

    Horrible toothy smile.
    Crying all the time and talking about God.
    That was David Icke ...!

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    ^ I met David Icke in the Isle Of Wight and met his daughter Kerrie, she was alright she was.

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