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As all decent men do I celebrate The Twelfth; the Glorious Revolution, and the Hanoverian Settlement as the cornerstones of English freedom, prosperity, and social progress.
But if I wear orange on Sunday will I be mistaken for a football fan?
Blog Post Dated: July 7, 2010 6:32 AM | Permalink
"But if I wear orange on Sunday will I be mistaken for a football fan?"
No, just a prat.
July 7, 2010 11:29 PM
I generally like your commentary, but, I am an English-born Roman Catholic and must object to your Orange references. James II was the last monarch this country had.
The town I was born and raised in is the most Catholic town in the country in the most Catholic county on the country. We outnumbered you proddy-dogs.
Catholics in this country do face more bigotry and institutionalised prejudice than Muslims.
Unless you've lived through religous bigotry and intolerance between Christians in this benighted country I fail to understand your position.
I used to read your blog 'religiously' I'm afraid I'm deleting you from my favourites. Sad man.
July 8, 2010 6:25 PM
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