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And so the whole sorry mess rumbles on...
Reform of European Union institutions is set to dominate the second and final day of its year-end summit in Brussels.

Finnish PM Matti Vanhanen said the new constitution, rejected last year by French and Dutch voters, should not be thrown out entirely.

Just fucking DIE, won't you. Fucking hellski, how many times am I going to have to hear about this undead shibboleth rising from the fucking grave? And where's our fucking referendum, Blair, you cunt?

Comments

Beth said…
Eh. You all may have Galloway, Londonistan, and cunting Socialists, but at least you can write "cunt" in a headline when it is well-deserved without receiving a deluge of angry mail from uptight scolds.

I weep with envy.
Beth said…
Shit, wrong post. Well, whatever. You get the point.
Anonymous said…
Eh, no actually.

Our government are worse cunts.

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