Sunday, August 07, 2005

Mr Pot Concern At Terror Plans

Talking of the Treason Party and, more specifically, its conniving attempts to cast itself as some kind of opponent of governmental authoritarianism, consider Chuckie McBlackout’s latest effusion on the subject of national defence:

The government should not let the public mood dictate legislation in the wake of the 7 July London bombings, Lib Dem leader Charles Kennedy has warned.
Given any rational assessment of the relative records of Lib Dem MPs Vs the Man On The Clapham Omnibus, it takes a remarkable degree of chutzpah for Mr Blackout to suggest the public are not qualified to be trusted with the defence of the realm.

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