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GUEST,musket again BS: The Pope's Survey (402* d) RE: BS: The Pope's Survey 05 Dec 13

Ok. Keith is a lying shit.

That's settled that then.

Don't keep saying the information you read is up to date when those with access to up to date figures are around.

A. You look a prat.
B. The updated are irrelevant to the thrust of the issue anyway. You just feel that it is important to be right and everyone else wrong. You can't resist can you? Get a fucking life.

On this you made a mistake. I am no genius on healthcare but I need to make decisions based on facts and employ a lot of resources in getting it.

It is available and in the public domain. Your lazy searching and insistence that a body you have heard of makes the definitive data. It doesn't for the simple reason it updates itself all the time.

Don't call me a liar please. I hope you pay tax because I am paid lots of money from taxes for not lying. If that sounds arrogant, it is purely that you say historians are professionals so must be respected. I speak for 1.3 million professionals in what you think is lying. Stupid twat.

Stupid little man.

I realise it is a bad idea arguing with ignorant people especially when they are trying to support bad agendas. But I realise the stupidity of doing so.

Sorry for trying to give information with my opinions. I realise there are people who will use that to make them look good. Or at least they think they do.

You adequately represent your right wing politics. No argument so lie instead.


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