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July 11, 2008

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arnoldo

Rowson is only one of many to assume universal belief in the illegality of the Iraq war. The failure of the Labour Party in general, and Tony Blair in particular, to counter the burgeoning Asch effect of this claim (together with the equally mendacious "Bliar" campaign) between 2003 and 2005 was the major factor which led to Blair's early departure.
Those who represented Labour on "Question Time" during this period may now wish to reflect on the contribution that their weasel words on Iraq have made to the party's current dire electoral position.

Miv Tucker

When I saw "Hamiltonian" in the heading, I thought that we were perhaps to be treated to a learned disquisition on Alexander Hamilton, the Federalist Papers and the American Constitution, and their lessons for contemporary society - the kind of thing Mr Kamm can do so well.

Instead, we had the tired old business of Neil and Christine.

Mr Kamm, I can appreciate your loyalty to uncle Martin, but you've flogged this dead old horse long enough, don't you think?

And don't you think that their petty larceny really pales into insignificance when compared with the wholesale governmental corruption of the past decade?

I appreciate that your starting point was the New Statesman article, but even so, let it lie, let it lie.

dirigible

I appreciate that your starting point was the New Statesman article, but even so, let it lie, let it lie.

I always enjoy stories about the Hamiltons. Jeffrey Archer and Maggie are also good.

Bookmaker Arbiter

Has Sonic paid off his debts yet?
What was the original bet please.

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