Blair's long gone but the legacy lingers on...?

The death toll of British troops has reached 100 in Afghanistan. How does the former PM sleep at night?

Asked By: gervaisemcnabb - 6/9/2008
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probably with Prince Valium... More
Answered By: NutstersChick - 6/9/2008
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The same way as u and I do. They r there for economic reasons security of oil and gas pipelines which we all rely on at present.
Answered By: Duirmuid - 6/9/2008
How does Gordon Brown sleep at night after signing his own country away in the Lisbon Treaty without giving Parliament proper time to scrutinise the implications and at the same time lieing to the British pubic, promising to give the British public a referendum in the Labour Manifesto. He is therefore, by definition... More
Answered By: insert_ nickname_ here! - 6/9/2008
In a big cot with a scud missile themed mobile over it.
Answered By: Proper Gander - 6/9/2008
We are still sufferin Maggies legacy, how many died in her "unjust" war ? Not only there, in her home front policies too, makes Blair and Brown a couple of choir boys.
Answered By: hairynugly1 - 6/9/2008
Very saddening: Last night, my mother was recounting stories of having to go into the air raid shelters as a child during the last legitimate war we fought in, when soldiers were dying to preserve our country & liberty, not to gain control of natural reserves for our 'chums' Rome burns....
Answered By: J G - 6/9/2008
The question is, surely, how do we sleep at night, having allowed these things to be done in our name, and knowing how many Iraqis are dying for every British life lost. This isn't just a British of American tragedy, it's a human tragedy... More
Answered By: Helen M - 6/9/2008
he takes one look at his wife's 'bed face' and thinks "sod this" and knocks himself out with ketamine
Answered By: tongue in cheek - 6/9/2008
Would you sleep better if the Taliban were still raping, torturing, maiming and killing innocent men women and children? I certainly wouldn't
Answered By: Miksha - 6/9/2008
to look at the state of his face and hair, i'd say not very well, but then again that of course could be pressure from Cherie to become six times a night Tone instead of five!
Answered By: Helen S - 6/9/2008
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