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(Politico)   This is why you should always prosecute your war criminals and not let them run around giving interviews   ( politico.com) divider line
    More: Dumbass, Tony Blair, Blair, Labour Party, NEW YORK-Tony Blair, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, New York Times, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom  
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2017-09-25 04:52:20 PM  
Aw man, I was going for a Darth Cheney thread.
 
2017-09-25 05:02:59 PM  
Please put Tony Blair in a small room with Dennis Skinner.

Suspensions
Skinner has been suspended from Parliament on at least ten occasions, usually for "unparliamentary language" when attacking opponents. Notable infractions have included:
Twice in 1984 once for calling David Owen a "pompous sod" (and only agreeing to withdraw "pompous"),[28] and the second time for stating Thatcher would bribe judges.[29]
In 1992, referring to the Minister of Agriculture John Gummer as a "little squirt of a Minister" and a "slimy wart on Margaret Thatcher's nose".[28]
In 1995, accusing the Major government of a "crooked deal" to sell off Britain's coal mines.[28]
In 2005, when referring to the economic record of the Conservatives in the 1980s, making the remark, "The only thing that was growing then were the lines of coke in front of boy George and the rest of the Tories", a reference to allegations originally published in the Sunday Mirror of cocaine use by the Shadow Chancellor, George Osborne (though, in the Commons, Skinner referred to the News of the World).
In 2006, accusing Deputy Speaker Sir Alan Haselhurst of leniency towards remarks made by opposition frontbencher and future Prime Minister Theresa May "because she's a Tory".[30]
In 2016, for referring to Prime Minister David Cameron as "Dodgy Dave" in relation to Cameron's tax affairs.[31]
 
2017-09-25 11:18:42 PM  
That man is so full of shiat he has mushrooms growing out of his head.
 
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