Few here are still buying your monotonous anti-American "callings for".
Anti-American? I'm anti atrocity not anti-American.
We've been listening to it for nigh on eight years now,
No that's wrong... everyone knows that I condemned 9/11 and applauded the Queen's order to the Coldstream Guards to play the Star Spangled Banner outside Buckingham Palace as a tribute to those who lost their lives. I objected to Iraq because it was against the law - that was 6 years ago.
... and the only recent nuance that's been added is your periodic rant against Gay Pride. Tell me, did you call upon the organizers of yesterday's London parade to knock it off?
Doh, trust you to bring the gays into it... the only problem I've got with the parades is that being gay is nothing to be proud of - are you proud of being heterosexual? There's something seriously screwed though about paying people to attend the parades to make them seem better supported than they really are - especially when the money could be used for mainstream health care instead.
If U.S. drones had fired missiles into that crowd you'd have been totally flummoxed!
Flummoxed? You can't fire missiles on people just because they're gay... you're only allowed to fire them on those whom you reasonably suppose want to commit gay rape or torture and get away with it.
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