At last, a justification for banning the burqa

Having read and listened to the arguments for and against banning the burqa, nothing had assuaged my unease about the idea of legislating what clothing people can wear.  However, from the pages of the insufferably conceited Guardian, a rationale for coming down in favour of banning the burqa in public places has emerged courtesy of left wing ‘funny man’ David Mitchell…

If Britain decides to ban the burqa I might just start wearing one

If banning the burqa results in Mitchell covering up his permanently self satisfied and smug expression, then maybe it’s a price worth paying.  Now we just need an MP to propose the banning of silence in the hope Mitchell also gives up speaking and spares us having to suffer his annoying whining drone.

2 Responses to “At last, a justification for banning the burqa”


  1. 1 Ross 25/07/2010 at 8:18 pm

    If only MPs would make suicide illegal.

  2. 2 Julius Whacket 25/07/2010 at 9:32 pm

    Thank God. I thought I was the only one who couldn’t stand that runt.


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