Saturday, May 20, 2006

Fish. Barrel. Gun.

Here’s George Galloway defending - no, demanding - Iran’s right to nuclear power in March:



Here’s the Respect party blog today - opposing a nuclear future for Britain:



They really do make it too easy, don't they?

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't you think George Galloway is beginning to get a stale air about him? These days, you look at his photo and look at the headline and think, "So?" He's a bit like Ken Livinstone. Neither one of them could do or say anything that would raise a flicker of interest in my mind. S-o-o-o-o-o yesterday.

9:16 pm  
Blogger DFH said...

Yeah, but Respect still wins the occasional council seat so it's worth taking the piss.

10:18 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I didn't say it isn't DFH. I just said there's a weary, airless, morning-after-the-party-and-the-carpet-has-to-be-vacuumed feeling about them.

11:53 pm  
Anonymous Clematis Fraud said...

I have a sneaking that Galloway, like Chavez and Livingstone, is verging on the clinically insane. It's just a hunch but you know what they say about power corrupting?

Okay, so Galloway doesn't have any power - except in his own mind, perhaps - but his behaviour has become increasingly erratic of late.

I fear that Gorgeous George might be heading the same way as David Icke. Once a unique exhibit in a media freak-show, Galloway's appeal is now on the wane and he is destined for obscurity, insanity and, finally, death (in that order, I presume, but one never knows what George might pull out of the bag next).

12:07 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

clematis fraud says: "I have a sneaking that Galloway, like Chavez and Livingstone, is verging on the clinically insane."

No. Clinically ambitious.

No, his behaviour has not become "increasingly erratic". This is the man who saluted Saddam Hussain four years ago. That was pretty much off the planet. He has become much steadier than he was in those heady days of million pound deposits to his bank accounts.

"Galloway's appeal is now on the wane and he is destined for obscurity, insanity and, finally, death." Gosh, how dramatic. Galloway is an opportunist. to write that he is insane is childish wishful thinking.

He will find a new niche. In other words, he will "re-invent himself". They always do.

1:11 am  
Blogger Alison said...

he already tried reinventing himself and failed. Big Bro..Green Goddess...or was it a cat..

10:15 pm  

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