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QUESTION TIME WATCH….

By ATWadmin On January 12th, 2007

question203.jpgDid you watch Question Time last evening on the BBC? It was the usual combination of lily-livered Conservatism, rampant leftism, and sheet moonbattery, presided over by the amiable David Dimbleby.


Last night’s panelists were;


Saint Clare Short; Too far left to stay in Labour, she is treated as a latter day political saint by the BBC. Her main claim to fame is that she has consistently argued for Saddam Hussein to remain in power so he could torture and kill as he wished. Her answers on most topics were pious clap-trap. Smug may well be her middle name – as she wears her imagined heart on her sleeve.


George Osbourne: David Cameron’s number two..and indeed he gave a number two performance. Wretched. He looked  happiest whilst attacking the decision by President Bush to send in more troops to Iraq. Did you notice how MOST of his contributions were met with silence? How on Earth can this form of castrated conservatism connect with anything???


Lord Charlie Falconer: One of Tony’s cronies – who was there as primarily to defend the poor decisions of a very poor Government. His response to the question of his colleagues Ruth Kelly’s rampant hypocrisy was particularly inept, I felt.


Charles “Hic” Kennedy: Didn’t look well – didn’t seem that involved – poor Charlie-boy.


Kelvin McKenzie: Former Editor of the Sun and controversialist. Didn’t rate him – he tried to play the audience of populist themes, but seemed dumb-struck for an answer when Dimbleby asked him for an alternative strategy for Iraq.


The audience were 99% moonbats, with one particular crone earning the plaudits for the most off-the-wall comments, as she demanded that Tony Blair come and “apologise” for all his lies. A demented leftist, I’m afraid, and all to symptomatic of QT audience composition.

3 Responses to “QUESTION TIME WATCH….”

  1. Tony Blair come and "apologise" for all his lies and the she can come and apologise to me for her lameness

  2. I have no interest in politicans apologising, sorry can often be the most meaningless word – I want them to be competent effective and responsible.

  3. "Did you watch Question Time last evening on the BBC? It was the usual combination of lily-livered Conservatism, rampant leftism, and sheet moonbattery, presided over by the amiable David Dimbleby."

    So true. I gave up long ago.

    Like most things, it has been dumbed down.