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Thread: Top interview on Marr

  1. #31

    Re: Top interview on Marr

    Quote Originally Posted by Wales-Bales View Post
    Surely you aren't taking this impeachment stuff seriously after you just got your arse served to you on a plate regarding the Steele Dossier & Trump Russia Collusion hoaxes? Geeze, you are a glutton for punishment. Do you believe in Father Christmas too?
    You seem to have retreated into an ever dwindling set of repetitive cliches whenever your regular inaccuracies are challenged. Do you still think that Trump has an approval rating of 52% that is higher than Obama's at this stage of his Presidency now you have had a chance to consider the evidence that Bob and I posted?

  2. #32

    Re: Top interview on Marr

    My take on the new parliament.
    .Johnson's bullshit will unravel.The next parliament will be a 4 and a bit unless he wants to risk another December election.
    Hes got to sort Brexit.Find 30000 nurses.Bare in mind you need a degree to become a nurse.
    Build 40 hospitals and bring bring 1000s of jobs to the poorest areas of the U.K which voted Tory

  3. #33

    Re: Top interview on Marr

    Quote Originally Posted by JDerrida View Post
    I agree with this.

    You can't promise to give 'everything' for free and by the end, Corbyn was throwing away freebies like a cheap plate seller down Porthcawl.

    So many people felt he, McDonnell and Abbott would have bankrupt the country.

    Corbynista's can shout and scream that that is rubbish, but the electorate has given them an absolute thrashing.

    People didn't trust those three, or Corbynism as far as they could throw them. Look at the vile Laura Pidcock, seen as a future leader of Labour.
    Voted out of North West Durham.
    Bring back the likes of her at your peril.
    There is NO place for the likes of her in modern politics.

    Finally, democracy and the electorate won the day.

    It was a monumental experience and I am so proud of the British people who voted for Democracy.
    Something that Parliament and the Supreme Court did their best to reject.

    This has restored my faith in the Great British public to vote with the integrity, that so many of our Parliamentarians seem to lack.

    I hope this election is a watershed moment in British politics, whereby the parties actually listen to the electorate, instead of being such self serving, arrogant MP's.

    The public has spoken.
    Listen.
    Learn.
    Let's have better opposition.
    Let's have better politics.

    Let's have a better future.
    Spot on Labour seems are still in denial and sone on CCMB , its not the medias fault its the lack of aspiration, imagination, appeal, and the dislike of dated left politics that cost them four ( not one ) elections.

    They are simply not clever enough, too trapped in the old dogma , the public are not fools , they see through false dawns and promises , even the many WASPI women ,students and working class northeners leavers didnt fall for their falsehoods and shallow unthinkable offers.

    This is now four election failures, the penny must drop soon surely?

    This one though is the biggest
    mess how will they bet a net gain of 123 seats at the next election .

    Corbyn, Momentum, McDonald, and Abbott have brought Labour (perhaps that was the plan) in doing so its has set upon us , ten years of Tory rule

    Just imagine if the bloody Tories fix the NHS , and give the North a better infrastructure , they duly deserve.

    Does Labour actually realise the North is way beyond the Watford Gap

  4. #34

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyril evans awaydays View Post
    This was not a "normal" General Election where the content of manifestos had a major bearing on the outcome though. A general election was Johnson/Cummings favoured tool from the former's coronation. They rationalised quite rightly that the opposition parties would split the Remain vote and they would hoover up the well of discontent that Brexit was a logjam caused by opposition within and outwith the Tory party.

    If McDonnell and Corbyn have suddenly woken up to the fact that Party Leadership is a key determinant in a sizeable proportion of the population when it comes to casting their vote then that is another reason we are well shot of them.
    Johnson and Cummings have played the other parties like a fiddle since September.

  5. #35

    Re: Top interview on Marr

    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    Spot on Labour seems are still in denial and sone on CCMB , its not the medias fault its the lack of aspiration, imagination, appeal, and the dislike of dated left politics that cost them four ( not one ) elections.

    They are simply not clever enough, too trapped in the old dogma , the public are not fools , they see through false dawns and promises , even the many WASPI women ,students and working class northeners leavers didnt fall for their falsehoods and shallow unthinkable offers.

    This is now four election failures, the penny must drop soon surely?

    This one though is the biggest
    mess how will they bet a net gain of 123 seats at the next election .

    Corbyn, Momentum, McDonald, and Abbott have brought Labour (perhaps that was the plan) in doing so its has set upon us , ten years of Tory rule

    Just imagine if the bloody Tories fix the NHS , and give the North a better infrastructure , they duly deserve.

    Does Labour actually realise the North is way beyond the Watford Gap
    Labour has come up with some rather good radical manifesto's its the Conservatives that are the ones that have come up with bland uninspiring manifesto's.

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