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Friday Caption Contest: Heir to the War Criminal Edition

Tom Winnifrith Friday 15 February 2013

 

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In the week that David Cameron decided that the middle classes deserve to be taxed twice so that the State can pay for care that folks are capable of affording themselves we have to honour the leader of the SDP, oops I meant Conservative Party. All he needs to do now is to start an illegal war or two and accept some dodgy donations to party coffers and he would be the true heir to Tony Blair.

I gather that “Don’t blame me I voted for David Davis” T-shirts are now a collector’s item. As folks increasingly wonder what exactly is the point of the Conservative Party I ask you to offer up captions for this picture. The winner will receive an “It’s Time to Leave” T-shirt which you can also order (along with the mug & hoodie) here.

For what it is worth my caption entry is:

The man on the right (Blair): “When I was Prime Minister I ran up record deficits, got screwed by the EU, nailed the hard working middle classes, allowed the welfare state to mushroom, uncontrolled immigration and destroyed the armed forces.”

The man of the left (Call Me Dave): Me too but I didn’t need two terms to do it.

If you can do better then post your entries in the comments section below.
Last week I asked you for captions for this picture of the liar and criminal Chris Huhne (ex) MP and a man who drives even faster once a year but does not get his missus to pick up the points.

After much deliberation the independent judge has awarded the price of a Chris Huhne Liar! Criminal! T-shirt to Stephen Peel for:

Thanks for the iPad Santa. (You left the receipt in the box right?)

Stephen, drop me an email at [email protected] and I will post your prize onwards in due course.

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