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WHO IS OR WAS YOUR FAVOROT POLITITION

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Rambling Rose

Rambling Rose Report 5 Apr 2013 12:38

Bill Clinton and Barack Obama are my favourite politicians, along with Michael Collins.


DIZZI

DIZZI Report 5 Apr 2013 15:18

LOL WHEN DO MY THREADS GET SERIOUS

MMMM OFTEN I GUESS WHEN GOOGLE AN WIKKI
GET INVOLVE DREADED C&P

JustJohn

JustJohn Report 5 Apr 2013 20:45

Pleased with my bit of wiki this morning. THought I might have got blasted a bit today, so pleasantly surprised I just had a little bit of "we knew all of that anyway" comment. Enoch Powell was a favourite of people on many sides of politics and he was exceptionally well educated, well informed and very straight.

He loved India, loved Indians and spoke several languages of the Indian sub-continent. I once heard him about 1967 do an interview in the Welsh language - and he was quite good. It is a great shame when people put him in a "racist" box when he did so much to defeat racism and fascism. As I have said, I think his Rivers speech was his swansong as far as front line politics were concerned.

He was a difficult man and could be very critical. Not really a team player so not one of favourite politicians.

I like Shirley Williams a lot.