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the mezzil
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Bit of banter boys init!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-26865159
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This is classic politics; Cameron says something inoffensive but headline grabbing in order to cut short the public's reflection on the Farage vs. Clegg debate.
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I don't get why it doesn't just go all in blindly swearing at absolutely everyone.
He's the PM, he (kinda) rules the land, he should act like an arrogant, egomanical King, especially if this is last chance in Downing Street.

For the lulz.
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I'm no fan of Cameron, but this is just ridiculous. Muppet is not an offensive word.
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Not offensive especially considering who he was describing as muppets.
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I don't like Cameron but this is hilarious :lol:
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Muppet is such a good word.
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he should extend it to those politically correct arsholes
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Why is this news?
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(Original post by SHallowvale)
Why is this news?
Because it's a slow news day and the BBC has often been described as the Guardian's televison outlet.
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(Original post by SHallowvale)
Why is this news?
so everyone can be reminded that it's 'inappropriate' to use the word 'muppet' in public.
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He's acting like Cameron called Miliband a **** (would have been more appropriate tbh)
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I'm torn. On one side, I like the Commons and the sometimes 'spirited' nature of the debates there.

But equally I'm quite mindful that if you treated colleagues like that in any other job, you'd be sacked. Politicians question each others motives, suggest each other are lying, try to undermine one-another and generally hurl abuse. Elsewhere, that'd be considered supremely disrespectful.
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Ha, Miliband does sound like such a dweeb though.
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I'm no fan of Cameron, but this is just ridiculous. Muppet is not an offensive word.
I think the larger point is, cameron didnt answer the question not that he used muppet but the fact he went on the attack
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(Original post by SHallowvale)
Why is this news?
Cameron is doing an interview and among the topics they discuss is this weeks pmqs its not a conspiracy
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(Original post by DaveSmith99)
I'm no fan of Cameron, but this is just ridiculous. Muppet is not an offensive word.
Pure banter mate!
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I dislike DC but I have to agree with him here...

I much prefer a 'spirited' commons than a 'dull' commons.

Muppet isn't even that of a strong word...
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I think the larger point is, cameron didnt answer the question not that he used muppet but the fact he went on the attack
I take it you've never seen PMQ's before?
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(Original post by DaveSmith99)
I take it you've never seen PMQ's before?
Doesnt make it right just because it happens alot
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