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John Arton
8th December 2012, 12:07 PM
On todays BBC Breakfast program there was an item showing the Christmas Cards sent out by the twonks that call themselves representatives of the people i.e. our politicians.
Now can you imagine in this so called season of goodwill etc. receiving a card from the Camerons, Osbornes, Millibands, Blairs et.al and opening it finding not a nice christmassy scene of snow, santa claus, robins etc. but a picture of above named with their families. Would make me want to puke, why do they think that beyond inflicting there snouts in trough/stupidity etc. that sending you a card with their grinning phizzoggs on will fill you with christmas joy...I think not.
Morning rant over, off to settle down to watch the sport on telly.
rgds
JA

John Pruden
8th December 2012, 12:22 PM
john put down as junk mail!!!! it must be {in the rules} that they spend thousands on thees i don't think you would get one if they had to pay for a stamp out of their own pockets.jp

Louis the Amigo
8th December 2012, 07:06 PM
Hi shipmates Hi john, Were they The grace and favour cards with a large check or lots of folding notes for they party supporters? do you thing they will send one to me. Maybe next year?

John Albert Evans
8th December 2012, 07:33 PM
Out of anyones interest and for any crossword puzzlers it was a John Callcott Horsley who designed the first commercial Christmas Card in this country in 1843 and this is it...11611.
I have no idea if anyone depicted on the card is an MP but i doubt it.

John Albert Evans

John Pruden
8th December 2012, 07:36 PM
LOUIS i think I'm of every f.....s Christmas card list especially my mp i got a reply of mine Thursday about bedroom tax his answer was short but not sweet but at least i have him down on record.jp:p

Rocky
8th December 2012, 11:17 PM
On todays BBC Breakfast program there was an item showing the Christmas Cards

They make great targets for the dartboad even drunk you never miss :banana_dance02: