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April 28, 2007

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Peter

Don't get me started on Tony Blair's bizarro notion of respect!

In his TV address to the nation in 2003 just prior to the allied invasion of Iraq, Mr Blair launched straight into his speech, without any salutation, not a "Good Evening, Ladies and Gentleman", nor "People of Britain", nor even a "Hello" or "Hi".

Even a "Yo!" would have shown more respect to his audience than simply starting his talk witout a greeting. And they call the man an orator!

aminah

what a relief he is resigning.

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