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By frolix22
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Paul wrote:A medal for Blair? No, he should be on trial for war crimes ... l#comments

Perhaps Mrs Thatcher should be up there along side him.
Click to rate Rating 7 - Anne, West Midlands, 08/1/2009 09:43

support my post please.

Jack Weems in positive rating shock!

I agree with much of this article and many of the comments. However, what people need to realise is that our entire establishment, and particularly the foreign policy elite, are in thrall to the US, and this cuts across all the major political parties. The British government deliberately took up a subservient position to the United States decades ago in order to continue being a "big player" on the international stage. People are deluding themselves if they think the situation would have been different if that "nice David Cameron" had been in Downing Street. People need to wake up!

- Jack W, Southampton

The rating is +10!
By jonnyhead
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Does this man ever do any work.It's another slap in the face for licence tax payers 1.5 million a year for one day a week and can't even do that.It makes me sick to the teeth.
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- Titch west, hadleigh, 8/1/2009

Perhaps the reason he's not working is because there's no fucking football for him to fucking cover. We just had an FA Cup weekend, which BBC don't have any rights for, meaning he had no show to present this weekend (nor in midweek, but that's usual).

These readers can get so painfully bitter. If I was a successful ex-footballer and TV presenter with a lingerie model fiancée and nearly two weeks between shows, then yeah, I might just fuck off to a beach for a bit instead of sitting around in the freezing cold worrying about lightbulbs. The ridiculous levels of mean-spiritedness are on display with this one:

Oh wow, she's actually reading a book with lots of pages and proper long words! No wonder Lineker wants to record the moment for posterity.

Natalie, Bristol, 8/1/2009 11:09

Which awesomely gets a smackdown:

Yes she is reading a book -I actually went to school with her & she is very bright! also a beautiful person inside & out!
They are a lovely down to earth couple & for those who dont know them how could you possible know their personalities????

Jo-Ann, Cardiff, 8/1/2009 13:25

Whereas this fucker goes all-out for Cunt Of The Day:

Life's just one holiday after another..... What will happen when REAL life kicks in - such as he shared with his wife - child diagnosed with leukaemia etc - it's so, so shallow! And no, I don't envy them - there's a lot more to life than holidays nice though they are!

sylvia anderson, France, 8/1/2009 12:24

What the fuck is this? 'Oooh look at them enjoying themselves, I hope you know that it all might go to shit if you have another kid and he gets leukaemia, you rich bastard!'. Can anyone inform me of what her actual point is? Cos the answer is obviously 'Well, he'll probably be upset and try and deal with it, but in the absence of currently having any kids with life-threatening diseases and an engagement to someone he's clearly in love with he might have a bit a fucking holiday. Oh, it's 'shallow' to go on holiday, is it? Perhaps instead of going on a holiday they should adopt some orphans with AIDS and get a part-time job in a factory to experience the only true feeling in life; MISERY.
By ManicMiner
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What a pitiful, immature, pathetic and bigoted campaign. Everyone involved should really take a long hard look at themselves. These 'open-minded' leftists are the most close minded of the lot. I am not getting into equally petty tactics, but I am horrified that Christians can be vilified in such a way. Would you antagonise other groups such as single parents, asylum seekers or homosexuals with a bus slogan? No-that is seen as utterly unacceptable. The fact Richard Dawkins and Polly Toynebee are involved come as no surprise, people such as these should be hosed down before allowed to openly target members of the public in such a tasteless and offensive manner.
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- David, Glasgow, 8/1/2009 21:01

Where to begin? At least its -112!
By jonnyhead
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Yeah, the comments are generally pretty good there. Couple of idiots though:

That priceless!!! Atheists aren't sure about anything. How can you say you believe there is no God, then publically declare "There is probably no God." Make up your minds. Obviously, they didn't become spineless by reading their Bibles!
Emmy, Washington, USA, 8/1/2009 21:15

The use of the word "probably" indicates that there is some uncertainty. The atheists I have met spend a lot of time banging on about their disbelief in God. I assume that they have a hard task convincing themselves.
Frank Gardiner, Colchester Essex, 9/1/2009 11:30

The 'probably' was included largely for legal reasons:

There's been an exciting level of debate about the campaign. Lots of you have asked why the word "probably" is included in the ad slogan, and stated that you'd prefer the wording to read "There's no God". While I fully understand this view, there's a vital reason for the "probably"'s inclusion: as with the Carlsberg ads, it's likely to get us around the advertising regulations (specifically points 3.1, 3.2, 5.1, 8.1, 9.1 and 11.1 in the general rules of the CAP Code, which regulates non-broadcast adverts in the UK). In my view, neither version of the slogan breaches the code, but CAP has advised that "the inclusion of the word 'probably' makes it less likely to cause offence, and therefore be in breach of the Advertising Code." ... ne-sherine

However, a lot of people support the inclusion of 'probably' on the grounds that since we can't prove the negative (that God definitely doesn't exist) without knowing literally everything about the universe and beyond it, it's reasonable to include the caveat that it's possible, even if it's massively unlikely and there's no evidence for it.
By frolix22
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Tory activist expelled from party after dressing as Madeleine McCann for New Year's bash

Among the comments we find:

They should be banned!

- Doreen, Dorset

But what it is that Doreen thinks should be banned we are not told. Young girl outfits? Tory activists? Fancy dress parties? It shall have to remain a mystery.

But six people agree with the banning, whatever it may be.
By bluebellnutter
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How terribly sad. Poor Madeleine and Baby P to now be the butt of peoples fancy dress "fun and laughs"

- Rose, St Albans, 9/1/2009 17:28

Gu-uh!!?? Who mentioned Baby P FFS!

Surely all they need is one comment saying "brainless idiot", reading through 40 of the damn things is incredibly tedious.

BTW, some need voting up about the Tories being a nasty party, just to spite Middle England.
By bluebellnutter
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Stolen by the Nazis: The tragic tale of 12,000 blue-eyed blond children taken by the SS to create an Aryan super-race

I really didn't expect my comment to make it, at least without being altered. But no, in there, bold as brass...

Yet another act of unspeakable evil by this vile regime. And to think back before the war, some people in this country actually supported them!

- M. T. Hatcher, Canley, West Midlands, 10/1/2009 1:27


Fast forward 70 years and welcome to a very similar situation all over again, except this time we have been sold that genetics offers magical cures the scooping of cells is carried out at an earlier stage of development.

- max, Bordeaux France, 10/1/2009 6:30

In the red that one, by 29


- glenda, AUSTRALIA, 10/1/2009 9:14

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