... good riddance to Gordon Brown... oh, and by the way... you're not supposed to justify your unelected status as prime minister by going on-and-on about what your father thought. That's right, you're supposed to develop your own values according to all the influences that bear down upon you in your life.
Yeah Labour had it's decade or so in the sun. I'm still surprised it outlasted Blair, as his involving Britain in the Iraq war seemed immediately more unpopular in the UK than it was in the USA. I am no expert at all on Brown, but he never seemed to have enough personality to feed the appetite of today's media and general populace.
_________________________ We are what we repeatedly do - Aristotle
I'm still surprised it outlasted Blair, as his involving Britain in the Iraq war seemed immediately more unpopular in the UK than it was in the USA.
Yeah, he assumed office in a squalid Labour party stitch-up and bottled out of an early election when he realised he'd be kicked out. Quite a few of us including Nick Clegg and several members of the cabinet knew Blair was lying about Iraq and even before his official diagnosis by Dr Owen those of us who knew Blair realised he was mentally ill. Brown knew but didn't care because his only concern was personal ambition... the worrying thing is that Cameron knew nothing and was completely taken in... which is why he failed to attract an overall majority in the most benign circumstances for power since the war.
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