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How Mandy Might Become Pm

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Personally,given the choice between Mandy and the OLd Etonian banker-in-waiting I would prefer the former.

Personally though having no love for the latter I would vote for my cat in front of an unelected ZanuLabour Bilderberger globalist and that's without even going into the areas of 'spin' and political track record.

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Guest KingCharles1st

What a crock

I agree- Mandy could easily become PM- but NOT by any methods that the average layman would even twig until it was far too late.

I would expect Julian Glover is mates with Robert Peston and they are dividing and conquering here

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Personally though having no love for the latter I would vote for my cat in front of an unelected ZanuLabour Bilderberger globalist and that's without even going into the areas of 'spin' and political track record.

+1

I'd vote for your cat too! :P

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He already is the PM

Who? The cat?

I did not think we had a PM, just some Scottish plonker that turns up on TV a lot and lives in Downing Street.

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That's nice Joe, you've finally got a friend :lol:

I guess as an open ZanuLabour activist you would see no problem in an unelected PM; after all that would sit squarely with the 'freedom' you were banging on about the other day wouldn't it? ;)

ps. if you choose to reply to this note 1. try and be coherent for once 2. try a different tune to if you don't support ZanuLabour you are a racist,/nazi or some such 3. avoid crude and offensive sexual stereotyping of the sort you used about your ' domestic help' the other day.

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