- I can assure you, occifer, it’s jusht a little sciatica……..HIC!
Or, is he totally off his tits on the good Bordeaux again? Either way, he shouldn’t be in the public eye if he’s like that.Posted 7 months agoThe Flying OxMember
I think it’s been fairly common knowledge for a while that he’s got a huge problem with alcohol.
He should be persuaded (in the Cosa Nostra sense of the word) to step down so he can either seek help he so clearly needs or continue the descent into full-blown alcoholism/organ failure/death behind closed doors, because nobody in his position should be behaving like that in public and neither does it paint his “enablers” – i.e. those around him trying to bluff for the cameras – in a good light.Posted 7 months agoCaptainFlashheartMember
Well, yes. If it is the bottle, he needs to get help. As you say, no one needs to see, or have, that descent in public.
As to those around him, I’m not sure they’re enabling so much as protecting, or at least that’s what I hope it is. However, it does look ridiculous, I agree.Posted 7 months agofranksinatraSubscriber
I googled this a bit and a brilliant article came up on Telegraph
Posted 7 months ago
<span class=”m_first-letter m_first-letter–flagged”>T</span>he controversial head of the European Commission has denied that he has a problem with alcohol during an interview in which he drank four glasses of champagne.CountZeroMember
“It really makes me sad and it has even led my wife to question if I lie to her, as I do not drink when I’m home.”
Yeah, well, that’s what people with a drink problem do, lie about their drinking! I have personal experience of this, and it’s not me drinking, either.Posted 7 months ago
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