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Gordon Ramsay is Scottish, not English.
I live in the UK. My very very conservative husband won't touch the paper - not because of its politics but because it is so ridiculous. In particular, the paper is notorious for sensationalising death and disease. Ask an Brit and they can tell you about 'Today's cause of cancer sponsored y the Daily Mail' There has been a fair amount of outrage over Liverpool protocols, but nothing has suggested anything close to the article cited above. For a more reliable source, the Telegraph (one of the most conservative papers in the country, but better reputation than the DM: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/9644287/NHS-millions-for-controversial-care-pathway.html
Daily Mail? Really? It has similar credibility (and readership) as the National Enquirer. There are valid points for discussion around the Liverpool care pathway cited, but this is almost certainly a fabrication...
Both Australia and Canada are far more left wing than the US: socialised healthcare, extensive safety net. Australia's prime minister is an athiest who is a big proponent of affirmative action and legal abortion. Puts things into perspective, eh? Feel marginalised in the US, which is extremely right-wing compared to most of the western world? well your political and economic perspective will be considered comic in Oz or Canada.
ok, think we all agree on that. Now to echo networker, which laws exactly do you think the Obama administration has broken?
So sharia law would be a step forward?!
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purple80 Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 7:17 PM
worried that he might beat Bush's record?
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Storm Saves Obama From Himself

purple80 Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 7:16 PM
Again, Obama is the favourite - wouldn't be too cocky just yet
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Storm Saves Obama From Himself

purple80 Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 7:11 PM
80% probability of Obama winning
wasn't it a republican voter registration machine recently called out for fraud in Florida?
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