Comments for en-gb 30 Fri 29 Aug 2014 11:13:14 GMT+1 A feed of user comments from the page found at U14056677 11The real problem for the opposition is that it doesn't have a majority.Sadly that doesn't seem to prevent some in the West from hoping they take power. Fri 10 Jul 2009 16:47:30 GMT+1 Richard_SM Ref 9. ThinkerRetired Fri 10 Jul 2009 16:04:08 GMT+1 Richard_SM Ref 9. ThinkerRetired"Are there political campaigns associated with the Afghan War that we should be told about? "Google "Stop the War Coalition." The next protest is on Monday I think. Will paste link on next post, in case it gets moderated. Fri 10 Jul 2009 16:03:20 GMT+1 David_McNickle TR 9, Yes, we should pull the rug from under the Afghan war. Fri 10 Jul 2009 15:58:34 GMT+1 David_McNickle TR 9, At least you didn't mention Sandy Talksbig from The News Quiz when mentioning shorties. Or Andy Hamilton. I am 5' 6". Fri 10 Jul 2009 15:55:13 GMT+1 invisibleatheist The Iranians are still protesting the non-election and need everyone's support. Pity the media lose interest after a couple of days. Fri 10 Jul 2009 13:23:07 GMT+1 Redheylin 9 Please can we bring our poor young personnel back from Afghanistan before any more die?NO! It is essential that we keep large garrisons in Afghanistan and Iraq until the drip-drip allegations of Iranian weapons of mass destruction have made the idea an accepted part of our mental furniture. Otherwise we will have no bridgehead to threaten and enter Iran. This would be disastrous as, otherwise, the Iranians may cause difficulty when we start trying to put pressure on the ex-Soviet Muslim states. We need these people to be dangerous and undemocratic to claim moral ascendancy over oil-producing states. What are you? Some kinda commie? Fri 10 Jul 2009 13:00:10 GMT+1 U14056677 6 and 7, sorry, no offence intended. Must be too much Punt and Dennis on John Holmes (sp?).Goodness, please can we hear much more about this: is the word from the DPP?Please can we bring our poor young personnel back from Afghanistan before any more die?I found out about the Iraq War demo in London (Feb 2003) from the BBC, a week or so before it. Are there political campaigns associated with the Afghan War that we should be told about? Fri 10 Jul 2009 11:23:10 GMT+1 newlach Don't give me your pretty smile . . .your clever frown . . . your indignant scowl. Give me your voice and I will tell you who you are."Good to hear le Carré on yesterday's show on the topic of listening. Fri 10 Jul 2009 10:57:27 GMT+1 David_McNickle TR 5, Not a Lib Dem supporter, then? Fri 10 Jul 2009 10:40:17 GMT+1 Anne P. (5) And making rude remarks about people's height does? Fri 10 Jul 2009 10:23:54 GMT+1 U14056677 2He shut Teather up because the Lib Dems had clearly smuggled a groan up onto the Schoolkids' Panel. Being very little doesn't cut it. Fri 10 Jul 2009 09:09:06 GMT+1 Richard_SM Ref my post #3 /continuedThe Defence Committee chairman is urging Britain should "Get tough with Russia" because of the Georgia incident last summer. Does James Arbuthnot not realise what a hypocrite he's being? If we "get tough" with Russia over Georgia, they are likely to get tougher with us over Iraq. And we've a lot more explaining to do than they have. They were in and out in less than a fortnight. Fri 10 Jul 2009 08:52:45 GMT+1 Richard_SM Carolyn and TeamWhy are House of Commons Committees crossing into each others remits?On this morning's news, it was announced the Defence Committee has urged the government to take a "hard-headed" approach to Moscow. That's Foreign Policy, not Defence! Don't they understand the difference?The Defence Committee deals with matters to do with the Armed Services: expenditure, equipment, procurement, recruitment, etc. The Foreign Affairs Committee deals with foreign policy, diplomacy etc.Are they trying to start a war with Russia? The Defence Committee chairman is James Arbuthnot MP. You might like to ask him why he's jumping across into other Committees responsibilities. Will his committee be looking into the Health Service next? Fri 10 Jul 2009 08:24:14 GMT+1 David_McNickle Once again, David Bumblebee cut short a Lib Dem on Question Time. Sarah Teather tried to bring up Trident and Mr D said that it would be discussed later. Either I fell asleep, or it wasn't discussed. Does he think nobody notices when he does this? Fri 10 Jul 2009 08:11:17 GMT+1 steelpulse Soufflé an egg dish. Can easily be remembered by Sue(someone) and flay(a dead horse). Souffle full of hot air hopefully. Someone seems to be trying to serving stone cold two year old souffle allegedly. No evidence. Hearsay and some mysterious under seal evidence from another old settled case. The starters are lining up nicely though. The celebrities Vanessa Feltz mentioned some of her friends were not famous lol no offence Ms Feltz but none of my are. But it is nice to here you visit our world for the occasional coffee TV and radio versions heard.The celebrities who might have been hacked (apt word no?) the barristers who allegedly see a massive workload and several more pay days.A barrister on BBCs Today radio show just now Stevens/Stephens (No Love For Johnnie refers) did his firm have the word Innocence/Innocent in it? Innocent? LolThe MoPs can get together for some more jammie dodgers in endless meetings on how they were allegedly misled and the main political parties can tear strips out of each other. The suggestion that the DPP and Scotland Yard were at odds was a new wrinkle though Stevens/Stephens. And all based on what the Guardian admit they have NO EVIDENCE for? Well done people. Well done.I am sure I will hear more later today. In my own "Sphere of Influence"."It all makes work for the working man to do!" Fri 10 Jul 2009 06:34:59 GMT+1