It’s sackcloth & ashes time, Tony. Then we’ll love you again. Maybe.

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    Ban Blair-Baiting

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    19th March 2010

    It’s all right for our former Prime minister to do this (peace in the Middle East) and this (religious understanding) and this (Africa/Rwanda governance) and this (sport for all) and even this (climate issues).

    It’s all right as long as he’s wearing this –

    What a crowd of envious numpties we Brits are.  Sorry, but we are.

    We should be extremely proud that one of ours is helping in so many areas of the world’s trouble spots and troubling spots.

    And only £273,000 to protect him during his one-day appearance at the Iraq Inquiry? I was there and I tell you it was worth every penny. Many around the world clearly agree.

    I wonder, by the way, whose fault it is that is SO high?

    Not his.

    The British press. Who else?

    So, who said British journalists aren’t nuts?




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    3 Responses to “It’s sackcloth & ashes time, Tony. Then we’ll love you again. Maybe.”

    1. margaret walters Says:

      If the anti blairs weren’t making comments to lynch him we wouldn’t have to pay so much to protect him and they should remember this when they criticise the amount of money needed to protect him

      • keeptonyblairforpm Says:

        Well, of course, Margaret. And if they were ‘alf smart’ as they say in a city I know quite well, they WOULD understand this.

        “Nuffink to do wiv me mate” they squeal, as they hoist the rope from the nearest lamppost.

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