George Galloway, As Expected

Tim Russo has Gorgeous George’s recation to the murders today in London:

George Galloway says: “We argued, as did the security services in this country, that the attacks on Afghanistan and Iraq would increase the threat of terrorist attack in Britain. Tragically Londoners have now paid the price of the Government ignoring such warnings.”

It really is beyond words, except for these: He’s on the other side.
(hat tip to the Blogfaddah)
Update: More from George –

We urge the government to remove people in this country from harms way, as the Spanish government acted to remove its people from harm, by ending the occupation of Iraq and by turning its full attention to the development of a real solution to the wider conflicts in the Middle East.

29 Responses to “George Galloway, As Expected”

  1. WunderKraut says:

    Wrong move buddy. I know it is a foreign concept to you but the world of Islam is a world of shame and honor. Of strength and weakness. If you project strength, you are in a position deserving honor and respect. If you turn you tail and run, then you are weak and have brought shame on your people.
    It really is that simple. I know it must boggle the minds of these “great thinkers” and intellectuals, but it is that simple. After all we are dealing with a 5th century mindset here. Power, prestige, strength, honor are all that matters.
    Am I the only one that sees that?

  2. Nightfly says:

    Spurious George would much rather that people think he’s magnanimous and intelligent rather than actually do anything requiring a spine or a lick or sense. He may as well go to the blast sites and start spitting on victims.

  3. Ken Summers says:

    I can find no earthly reason why Galloway is allowed to continue stealing oxygen.

  4. As well as Katie Couric who basically just asked one of our former Ambassadors to England (who was on site for it all)if the British are going to blame Tony Blair.

  5. Ken Summers says:


  6. Ken Summers says:

    I may have paraphrased a bit…

  7. Atomik says:

    Don’t you think that’s pushing it a bit Ken?
    And as for why George is allowed to keep using oxygen, it’s because the Trees pay us off. It’s all a conspiracy by the trees (I may be kidding.)
    Katie Couric = … blah …

  8. Ken Summers says:

    Pushing it? Well… maybe. But the perky little bimbo irritates me a lot.

  9. Mr. Bingley says:

    A perky bimbo irritates you?
    Some perversion catalyst you are.

  10. al Qaida claims London explosions

    The heroic mujahidin have carried out a blessed raid in London. Britain is now burning with fear, terror and panic in its northern, southern, eastern, and western quarters.

  11. Ken Summers says:

    Couric is not conducive to perversion. Quite the opposite, in fact. And I find that irritating.

  12. Faith says:

    I thought I was the only one who found her irritating. I don’t know what bothers me more- her stupid questions or waggle-ing toes. No offense to God’s little piggies, but her’s should be kept off camera.

  13. George Galloway: London Had It Coming

    NRO’s The Corner, Cliff May asks: “Won’t it be interesting to see whether those gathered in Scotland to protest the G8 will — or will not — protest the terrorist bombings? ”
    Well, it didn’t take the arrogant and conniving MP George Galloway long t…

  14. She was pretty nonplussed when (Damn, I wish I could remember his name! And no, it’s not Dennis) he didn’t take the bait and said the British people are beyond politics at the moment, united in their outrage and anger, and wanting to help those affected by the bombings.
    She’s such a sourfaced pinhead.

  15. Ken Summers says:

    Perky and sourfaced is a REALLY bad combination.

  16. EsPECIALLY when she’s running her mouth…

  17. Nightfly says:

    But isn’t that the way? I pity the empty little bobble-head (or bobble toe, in this case). Couric’s spent her entire professional life in harness to the idea that everything is political, and when faced with an actual crisis, all she can do is fall back on her unconscious mental habits: “How will Event X play for Public Figure Z?” It doesn’t even compute that Event X involves the deaths of a hundred innocents. It’s inaccurate to say that she doesn’t care – she doesn’t even consider the non-political response.

  18. Dave J says:

    “And as for why George is allowed to keep using oxygen, it’s because the Trees pay us off. It’s all a conspiracy by the trees (I may be kidding.)”
    As Sonny Bono said, “guns don’t kill people, TREES kill people.” 😉

  19. Mr. Bingley says:

    And damn it, she went to Virginia too.

  20. Mr. Bingley says:

    I thought Sonny was more concerned about Thetans?

  21. TREES DO NOT !
    That’s a filthy lie. If you understood trees, you’d think twice about spreading…inaccuracies.

  22. ReidBlog says:

    Here we go again

    Now the shock and awe is over, we’re on to Liberals vs. Conservatives on the GWOT again…

  23. Here we go again

    Now the shock and awe is over, we’re on to Liberals vs. Conservatives on the GWOT again.

  24. Dave J says:

    Hey, I didn’t say it, Sonny Bono did. Before the trees got him, I mean. 😉

  25. Mr. Bingley says:

    What do Peter Sellers and Sonny Bono have in common?
    They both died of a woody…

  26. (How quickly the cultural elevator descends to the posting basement, dropping like an effin stone to the bottom.)

  27. Mr. Bingley says:

    And you were expecting….?

  28. Ken Summers says:

    “Cultural elevator”? Sorry, Sis, that cable broke years ago…

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