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Contradictions lie at the heart of the club thanks to Ashley's muddle-headed approachMark Douglas
He is the Muddle-Headed Wombat, not the Muddle-Headed Mongoose.
Failure to get this leads to a completely muddle-headed analysis of what has gone wrong.
FORMER Prime Minister Tony Blair has rubbished claims by David Cameron that Britain is in moral decline, accusing the Government of "a muddle-headed analysis" of the summer riots.
Failure to get this leads to a completely muddle-headed analysis," he wrote, warning policymakers may as a result come up with the "wrong prescription.
He understood far more clearly than the rather muddle-headed Americans the threat Stalin posed.
All political parties fight against such a for muddle-headed reasons.
Often there is a retreat into a managerial-clericalism-careerism and/or an embarrassing tendency to become slaves of the contemporary, indiscriminately embracing anything perceived as modern or relevant, no matter how muddle-headed or anthropologically suspect its origins.
Meanwhile, academic philosophers associated with analytic philosophy and logical positivism impugned Green and other British Idealists as muddle-headed metaphysicians.
It's wishy-washy, just like everything else in this muddle-headed movie.
It is this sort of muddle-headed thinking - and "gesture politics" - that gives politicians a bad name.
Last year was a lousy one for the soap, full of lame stories, multiple continuity errors and muddle-headed nonsense.