Shadow Home Secretary David Davies has conceded that the racist bugging by Scotland Yard of a conversation between Muslim MP Sadiq Khan and one of his constituents, as uncovered by the Sunday Times, might have been carried out at the request of the United States. The bugging of MP's has been illegal in the UK ever since 1966 when MI5 bugged Prime Minister Harold Wilson's telephone conversations because they thought he was a commie bastard refusing to lead the country into Vietnam and spending the money on education instead. Half-wit Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Iain Blair who shot dead that Brazilian electrician and got away with illegally bugging his own 'phone calls to the Attorney General has some more explaining to do, methinks. <br><br>km<br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Do you *enjoy* constantly having your threads relocated?<p><hr></blockquote><p> What you mean having legal threads misclassified as political and moved by personages who don't know the difference? It's only happened once and I couldn't give a shi'ite<br><br>km<br><br>
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I'm quite aware of the difference between a legal & political topic, but as someone who's been an active member here for quite some time, let me explain something to you - threads that belong in the Sopabox needn't only contain strict information or opinions on political figures/policies, fwiw. <br><br><br>GBM - as a Dallas fan my hope was that a tornado touched down on the field during the game, but I guess if someone had to lose it might as well have been the 'perfect' Patriots. <br><br><br><br><br>[color:purple]Work With ____! </font color=purple>
"GBM - as a Dallas fan my hope was that a tornado touched down on the field during the game, but I guess if someone had to lose it might as well have been the 'perfect' Patriots."<br><br>HAHAHA. I was hoping to elicit your professional opinion on the game just before it started. I guess I just missed you.<br><br>I guess the Pats, learned an important lesson - if you going to lose, it's better to lose the first game then the last <br><br>I started out with nothing and I still have most of it left.
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