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Meddling McCartney

Sir Paul McCartney has no place sticking his oar into the debate over the reintroduction of fox hunting

 

When Sir Paul McCartney made Nancy Shevell his wife in 2011, he redeemed himself in the eyes of the public after the debacle of his rollercoaster marriage to the vile harpy Heather Mills. Now, he looks set to return to his old ways and in calling for fox hunting not to be reintroduced he again proves himself nothing other than a meddling busybody.

 

Meddling McCartney - Sir Paul McCartney
Sir Paul McCartney

 

In a statement, McCartney commented:

 

“The people of Britain are behind this Tory government on many things but the vast majority of us will be against them if hunting is reintroduced”.

 

“It is cruel and unnecessary and will lose them support from ordinary people and animal lovers like myself”.

 

McCartney, who recently announced he’d given up smoking cannabis, should stick to what he does best: Music. His views on fox hunting are wrong and he should keep them to himself.

 

 

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12 comments on “Meddling McCartney”

  1. SOORY OLD BEAN YOU ARE SO SO WRONG IN EVERY COUNTRY WHEN FOXES BECOME a problem CANDAR AUSTRALIA,ETC ALL THE COUNTRYS SHOOT THEM WITH HIGH POWERED RIFLES QUICK AND PAINLESS NOT DRESS UP WITH 30 DOGS WHO THEN TEAR A FEMAIL FIX WITH BABYS APART YOU SHOULD BE ASHAMED. Of your SELF I CANT BELEAVE YOU SUPIRT FX HUNTING WITH DOGS HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE HUNTED YOYR HEART PIUNDING THEN TORN APART ALIVE BY A PACK OF DOGS WHILE YOYR BABYS ARE LEFT TO STARVE DISGUSTING X

    1. Well said, it’s not hunting, it’s a poor attempt at a toffs or posh social event where they pretend to care about the country and get drink whilst masturbating over a dead animal (I know they don’t, but may as well.. And I bet a few do afterwards on private).

  2. He is as entitled to voice an opinion on anything in the same manner that you are (and indeed do frequently).

  3. Well said!!!! The man’s an utter c**k!!!!!!!!!!! We all know about the tapes Linda made before she died and Heather got her grubby mitts on them too!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Personally, I don’t give a rat’s arse for the opinions of this rather smug, irritating little oik………….

    1. I’m sure that he will be horrified to hear you don’t give a rat’s posterior for his views….even if he knew what a little nonentity you were!

  5. Sorry did I miss something on this one? … Why doesn’t he have the right to an opinion on this? .. If he doesn’t then none of you do and especially the person writing the article should know that!

    I don’t particularly like the mans but that little old thing we have which affords you to slate him is called “Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Expression”. If he isn’t allowed them, then maybe you all should delete your comments and live under the same rules you think you apply to him!

    And for your ill informed information, fox hunting is ineffective, it doesn’t cull the population and has little effect on the nature of foxes, they are carnivores, hunters and scavengers. When was the last time you seen a bunch of toffee nosed twats on horseback hunting foxes in a city?

    Maybe we should adapt the attitudes of other countries and shoot them, but again shooting the odd one won’t make a difference, we either do it properly or what is the point?

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