Sunday, January 14

The Sunday Quote

'' Public opinion is a compound of folly, weekness, predjudice, wrong feeling, right feeling, obstinacy and newspaper paragraphs.''


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Sir Robert Peel, (1788 - 1850) Conservative Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from December 10, 1834 to April 8, 1835, and again from August 30, 1841 to June 29, 1846. He helped create the modern concept of the police force while Home Secretary, oversaw the formation of the Conservative Party out of the shattered Tory Party, and repealed the Corn Laws. A very British Politician indeed.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Robert Peel could spell.

Sarah Hopperty said...

Maybe, but he was not sarcastic in his comments.

Stwed Cabbage said...

Peel also had the courage to add his name to his remarks.

Anonymous said...

It seems the longer we go on with excuses the more excuses have to be made for our stupidity.This Labour party should be run out now,with force if necessary,before they destroy British society,and of course replace it with their own Celtic trash!

Anonymous said...

We have not went public yet but we intend to block any attempt at Independance for Scotland by S.N.P. and we intend to deal with Maxwell if we get a chance,it seems their is already a contract out on him,it may succeed,but we hope not,he is ours.We want a more controlled smoking ban and more control over our society,which is getting out of hand by left wing incompetents!

Anonymous said...

U.K.I.P. should be more outspoken in defence of British society,considering the lies left wing dissidents spread in the press.We beleive we are being invaded by another culture,an alien one at that,we wont give into them,but could cause a lot of upheaval,never the less our society is at stake!

Lynn said...

Brown is our best hope. Followed by Reed - both Scottish and both Labour!