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TONY BLAIR FOR EU PRESIDENT? THE THOUGHT OF IT ALONE WOULD MAKE ME WANT TO THROW UP

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2009-09-02 23:52:05

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Remember a man named Tony Blair? Yep, that's him.

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...after Blair has stuffed up everything else he has laid his hands on thus far, he now wants to stuff the EU as well.
He was the one who ventured into an illegal war in Iraq together with his other two grubby little mates George W Bush and Johnny Howard. And then, after his resignation as British PM, he became a Middle East 'peace representative' on behalf of the United Nations, achieving absolutely nothing in the process.

Well, news has now come to hand that Tony wants to become President of the EU.

Oh dear, might you say.

Oh dear is damn right as, after Blair has stuffed up everything else he has laid his hands on thus far, he now wants to stuff the EU as well.

A few examples of what Blair has in mind for the EU.

Tony has promised to find all weapons of mass destruction, in Manchester.

He has promised to buy Guantanamo Bay off the Americans and use it as a human rights research centre.

Upon becoming President, Tony will tell every single European that
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But in all seriousness, do Europeans really want this man as their President?
they should drive on the right side of the road, meaning the left, and he has also promised that he will raise the speed-limit of British trains to an incredible speed of 30 miles an hour. Cars may do 20 miles per hour.

He will also build a bridge over the Channel just in case the tunnel leaks.

All European cars must have British number plates with large letters so that he won't have to use his reading glasses to read the plates and he has also promised to sell Vauxhall and Opel to the Iranians.

As well as that, he is also planning to sell all British and European rail companies to the Chinese.

French Champagne will be known Chateau Cardiff and Wiener Schnitzel will become the European national dish to be served with mushy peas and mash.

The list of what young Tony wants to do when he becomes EU President is endless.

But in all seriousness, do Europeans really want this man as their President? I would hope not. The EU would be much better served by electing someone with some stature and integrity, I would think.

My name is Henk Luf.
And That's The Way It Is.





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