In an interview with the German magazine Der Spiegel, Mr Blair was asked why the public was disenchanted with him even though the economy is sound. He replied: "I've won three elections and what happens when you're in power for a long period of time, people get tired of the same face, the same voice. It's just the way it is. I know people say this is all down to Iraq and so on, but that's not true. From the moment you start in these jobs, you're taking decisions people don't like. If you survive for 10 years, you're doing well."It's the and so on I'd like to have explained. What on earth could he mean? Other irritating little wars perhaps? Or maybe he's thinking of embarrassing house deals or arse-licking episodes in Sardinia? After all, they're all much of a muchness, aren't they, Tone? All part of the job.
Friday, 15 June 2007
Tired of the same face, the same voice...
Further proof of woolly thought and self-delusion from Bush's poodle.