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Crippen

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30 October 2010

Fish and Crips eh Vince?!

vince laws

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25 October 2010

Hi Crippen, how's it hanging?

I'm planning a brand new campaign: EAT THE POOR!

This will reduce benefit claimants, free up housing, help reduce the need for meat production, cut down on the nhs bill.... i can't think of a single drawback. Well, except that I'm poor. How about a nice cartoon to go with it?

vince

pinkpjs

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25 October 2010

Slash and burn! Indeed!http://wheresthebenefit.blogspot.com/2010/10/not-really-disabled.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=facebook

And, I agree with John!

Get well soon Dave, thinking of you, you are making a difference even from your hospital bed x

Crippen

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24 October 2010

Hi Folks,

I'm sorry I'm not being as active as usual at the moment. I'm having a few health problems but I'm told that after treatment I'll be a new man (which Jeni is really looking forward to!).

I'm planning on being very brave and keeping this blog going though - NURSE, the screens!

:-)

John Hargrave

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24 October 2010

I sat and watched the clone of Cameron trying to justify their cuts on TV this morning. As far as I can remember, the LIBDEM manifesto was worded vastly differently to this,not a mention about wrecking the Welfare state , so why no outcry from their supporters, perhaps they are too comfortable under Cameron's blankets to notice a small insignificant ten million plus,disabled people. We scrape the bottom of the barrel while they lick their silver platters. Fair, there ain't nowt fair about these cuts!

John McArdle

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24 October 2010

WE WANT CRIPPEN!WE WANT CRIPPEN!

LOVE FROM JOHN & ALL AT BLACK TRIANGLE CAMPAIGN XOX

WHERE ARE YOU?

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Black-Triangle-Anti-Defamation-Campaign-In-Defence-of-Disabled-Claimants/117145668332176

Bob Williams Findlay

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21 October 2010

The British public would rather watch reality TV or read tittle tattle about some greedy over-sexed footballer than give a monkeys about the family down the road, the abuse that's going on in residental care or the number of people who are likely to top themselves as a result of Parliament sitting on their bums as Osborne takes from the poor and gives to the rich once again.

We have a blame culture, everyone else has caused this, why should "I" get involvd; not my problem pal.

Arty Farty

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21 October 2010

What is wrong with the British public. We all just sit there and take whatever the government throws at us. I think that we're well overdue for a revolution in this country and I can't think of a group of people better equipped to start it - us Crips!