Bush’s Poodle Says Mubarak is “Courageous and a Force for Good!”

Wednesday, February 2, 2011


There are times you read comments from politicians and just shake your head in utter disbelief. This is one of those times.

Bush’s poodle, AKA, Tony Blair, the former UK Prime Minister, departed company with the 80 million or so Egyptian citizens who called for an immediate end to Hosni Mubarak’s 31 year reign of tyranny, and described the soon-to-be outgoing dictator as “immensely courageous and a force for good,” and warned against a rush to elections that could bring the Muslim Brotherhood to power.

Tony Blair, who was elected by the British voters on the Labour Party ticket, but quickly hopped into lap of former US President George Bush and started spewing the neocon book of lies which included — among other things, that the late Saddam Hussein had “weapons of mass destruction.”

This lie was central to the US war in Iraq.

Source: UK Guardian

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15 Responses to Bush’s Poodle Says Mubarak is “Courageous and a Force for Good!”

  1. CritcalEyes... says:

    Come-on Blair….. extract your head from the Pope’s ass and say something, you Dog.

  2. CritcalEyes... says:

    Blair & Bushit, on the wrong side of every thing.

  3. Pechanga says:

    That Poodle needs to be put down!

  4. Matteo says:

    Not just Tony Blair is a dangerous neocon but our own Hillary Clinton.

    Hillary Clinton, March 10, 2009:

    “I really consider [Egyptian] President and Mrs. Mubarak to be friends of my family. So I hope to see him often here in Egypt and in the United States.”

    http://www.salon.com/news/opinion/glenn_greenwald/2010/02/17/clinton

  5. Chad Lebanon says:

    These globalist elites are the source of all the ails the world.

    If we could round them all up beginning with Henry Kissinger and moving to Poppy Bush, the Chimp, the Clintons, and now Obama, and put them in a prison in Bulgaria working hard labor, I think the world would begin the healing process.

  6. Jolly Roger says:

    Phony Tony doesn’t like to see one of his peers in distress. And Hosni has been one of his peers for a long, long time now.

  7. Mets Fan says:

    Don’t you just want to capture Poodle Blair and waterboard his ass?

  8. Randy Arroyo says:

    I would be happy if these neocons would just wilt on the vine and never be heard from again but, oh no. No such luck. Be it Rumsfeld, or Cheney, or Poodle Blair. They just yap and yap and yap. I swear, I would send Blair $100 if he promised to go away — forever.

  9. Octopus says:

    More heartbroken than housebroken, how else do you describe a neurotic puppy!

  10. Massagatto says:

    Many have speculated as to how Tony Blair — a liberal member of the British Parliament, elected Prime Minister on the Labor party ticket, could stray so far from his personal, political philosophy soon after meeting George W. Bush?

    What did Bush promise Blair?

    Well, this much we know. Tony and Cherie Blair lived in a middle class rental flat at the time Blair was elected Prime Minister. A father of two with student loan debt and trying to make ends meet on a back bencher salary, within a year of committing British troops to the U.S-led Iraq war, Tony Blair joined the elites, and was able to invest in a mysterious web of multi-national companies including the Carlyle Group.

    His sudden wealth provided him with sufficient money to buy outright the late Sir John Gielgud’s grade I-listed South Pavilion estate in Wotton Underwood, Bucks, before it was put on the market for £5 million or $7.5 million US.

  11. Jolly Roger says:

    Blair, like Clinton, is appallingly corrupt. And the world yawns.

  12. Adirondacky says:

    My father — a pragmatic, educated, hardworking man, always said, you may get elected to national office poor but you will leave rich. He was correct. I don’t know the finances of the British PMs, but every US president left office rich or became rich shortly after leaving office. Tony Blair is the same.

  13. fran says:

    Blair: As if he was not wrong enough by joining military forces w Bush in Iraq…

    But why the hell does Obama feel compelled to tell Egypt what to do??

    Not like the US does not have a few of our own problems to deal with.

    OFF TOPIC: How are you holding out in all this winter weather???

  14. Nigel Karsten says:

    The manor house in Wotton Underwood isn’t the only home the Blairs own.

    Reported in the local papers is a second, even pricier house in Surrey that cost £7 million. No former PM is adequately rich to purchase two such lavish homes of this standing except for Tony Blair. You see, the property taxes here are staggering high. As much as 8% of total value added each year. It’s clear to me that Blair is up to something nefarious in order to maintain such a standing in British society.

  15. feminazi says:

    I had no idea real estate was so expensive in the UK? How do regular Brits afford a home? This sounds like Beverly Hills or Westport prices. Shocking, really if young people starting out in life.

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