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I think he handled it pretty well. Shame that New LIEbour are that desperate that they will wheel her out at every opportunity. Amazed she is still a supporter, after being labelled a "bigot" by Brown! :rolleyes:

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why is she so loyal to Labour?

Because she's a typical moron. Even after the leader of the party calls her a bigoted woman she still clings on to the ridiculous belief that the party is on her side... :D

Solid Labour supporters really are utter, utter morons. That they can't see that Labour hasn't been "the peoples' party" since the early 90s never ceases to amaze me.

The old saying that you could pin a red rossette onto a donkey and the Labour lot would vote for it is very true... but goes further. The donkey could shit on them from a great height and they'd still gladly vote for it.

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maybe shes done relatively well under them, millions have

cheap and large council house for life - tick

generous public sector pension - tick

grandchildren f*cked and utterly dependent with terrible education and no chance in life - tick

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cheap and large council house for life - tick

generous public sector pension - tick

grandchildren f*cked and utterly dependent with terrible education and no chance in life - tick

I wasnt aware you knew her personally, does she make good dumplings?

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I think he handled it pretty well. Shame that New LIEbour are that desperate that they will wheel her out at every opportunity. Amazed she is still a supporter, after being labelled a "bigot" by Brown! :rolleyes:

The 'bigot' incident was a seminal moment in the last election. Gillian appears to have spent some time at the reconditioning centre, and is being played.

I thought NC handled it well, as far as any politician can be trusted. Note that she just doesn't what to 'hear' the £400m a day borrowing or 'understand' the concept of continuing to spend money we don't have.

It does strike me how tribal politics can is. No matter how bad a job has been done , the die hard supporter will never... erm, die!

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cheap and large council house for life - tick

generous public sector pension - tick

grandchildren f*cked and utterly dependent with terrible education and no chance in life - tick

Or under right wing ideology

cheap and large council house for life - nope sold off to private landlords leaving tax payer with large housing bill

generous public sector pensions - nope, privatised, gambled in the city markets with 80% removed in fees, then poverty in retirement

grandchildren f*cked and utterly dependent with terrible education and no chance in life - tick, but with the school and healthcare privatised so that favoured campaign donators can profit out of it despite it getting worse.

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Mrs Duffy pressed him over why he had gone into coalition with the Conservatives

Obviously being a 'democrat' party and wanting to push through more democratic voting arrangements, it makes absolute sense to choose the tories, the biggest vote winners, for a coalition. On the other side, theres not much that liebour has done that could be considered 'liberal' either. Cowardly, authoritarian, warmongering yes, liberal, no.

That said, i reckon he would have gone into a coalition with Liebour had Snot Gobbler stepped aside. I cant blame anyone for not wanting to work with Brown, he seems a very difficult man to work with. Liebour should have had an internal election when bliar left. Not sure, but is Gordon Brown the only PM ever to not face either an internal election (like John Major) or win a general election? Then of course he bottled throwing an election in 2007/8.

A weak, weak man.

What do people expect anyway? The media NEVER covered liebour cuts, and go on and on about 'tory' cuts. I was doing a continuing/adult education course in 2008 and got it subsidised due to being on a low wage (ie £100 instead of £1500), then out of nowhere LIEBOUR cut learndirect funding. Hardly mentioned in the press. When the coalition cut EMA, we hear all this crap like "70% of students will drop out at 16" despite the fact that it only increased uptake by 1-2%, and is still below mid 90s levels when their was no EMA.

Now, im no proponent of big govt, i hate all subsidies and govt programmes. But if theye going to extort me through tax and inflation, i expect something back.

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Or under right wing ideology

cheap and large council house for life - nope sold off to private landlords leaving tax payer with large housing bill

generous public sector pensions - nope, privatised, gambled in the city markets with 80% removed in fees, then poverty in retirement

grandchildren f*cked and utterly dependent with terrible education and no chance in life - tick, but with the school and healthcare privatised so that favoured campaign donators can profit out of it despite it getting worse.

Didnt liebour do all that too?

None of the above explain's why she would vote liebour.

Socialist workers party, maybe, but liebour?

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Or under right wing ideology

cheap and large council house for life - nope sold off to private landlords leaving tax payer with large housing bill

housing crisis happened under labour (her council house is not really cheap, just subsidised)

generous public sector pensions - nope, privatised, gambled in the city markets with 80% removed in fees, then poverty in retirement

this is your wild imaginsation, I'm afraid. has not actually happened has it.

grandchildren f*cked and utterly dependent with terrible education and no chance in life - tick, but with the school and healthcare privatised so that favoured campaign donators can profit out of it despite it getting worse.

likewise

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She's just a silly Liebour shill now, even down to constantly repeating the same moronic phrases like a robot.

Clegg handled her well and managed to mention the amount of money we were having to borrow. £400 million, or a primary school a day! :huh:

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The 'bigot' incident was a seminal moment in the last election. Gillian appears to have spent some time at the reconditioning centre, and is being played.

I thought NC handled it well, as far as any politician can be trusted. Note that she just doesn't what to 'hear' the £400m a day borrowing or 'understand' the concept of continuing to spend money we don't have.

It does strike me how tribal politics can is. No matter how bad a job has been done , the die hard supporter will never... erm, die!

It shouldnt have really been about gordon though.

It should have provoked a debate into why all leftists think its OK to slander anyone who question's them or is out-debating them as a racist, homohobe, bigot...insert random PC BS term here and not have to provide any rationale for it,

Rightly or wrongly, being called a racist is as damaging to someone as being called a rapist. In job oppurtunities, social relations etc. IMO if the leftists want to make discussion of race so sensitive, someone wrongly accused of being a racist, just as wrongly accused of being a rapist should be able to have their accuser face justice.

...Or we could just do away with all the BS race and religious hate-thought-crime-no-freedom-of-speech for-you palava.

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cheap and large council house for life - tick

generous public sector pension - tick

grandchildren f*cked and utterly dependent with terrible education and no chance in life - tick

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Housing crisis happened under Bush in the US.

Can you see what it is yet?

This Blue/Red/Yellow 'democracy' nonsense is for 12 yr olds and Nick Robinson.

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I watched a programme on the Brain on BBC4 regarding 'Emotions' on iplayer yesterday.

They described a seminal experiment whereby researchers made 2 dummy 'Mummies' for a very young monkey.

They were both made from a wire frame for the torso with a polystyrene head with 2 eyes and a smile. On the first they fixed a milk bottle with teat and on the second they wrapped a blanket. The question was - which of these 2 would the young monkey treat as its mother. Basically, the younfg monkey simply went to the teat for food but then spent most of the time cuddling the one with the blanket wrapped round it, its mother. They then deliberately frightened (maltreated) the monkey to see what it would do. It ran to the mother with the blanket for protection. Then they used the mother itself to maltreat the baby (by blasting air at it) and found that it wanted the mother even more; regardless of the fact that it was the mother itself harming the baby.

Basically, Gillian is that monkey, and Labour is who she has chosen her 'mother' to be for good or worse.

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Didnt liebour do all that too?

None of the above explain's why she would vote liebour.

Socialist workers party, maybe, but liebour?

Indeed it is a continuation of right wing "Washington consensus" ideology.

She can vote Labour and it can continue on that path at 50mph or vote Tory and go at 70mph.

I've had personal correspondence with a Labour MP representing one of the poorest parts of the country and he was as corporatist as any country club Tory.

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The 'bigot' incident was a seminal moment in the last election. Gillian appears to have spent some time at the reconditioning centre, and is being played.

I thought NC handled it well, as far as any politician can be trusted. Note that she just doesn't what to 'hear' the £400m a day borrowing or 'understand' the concept of continuing to spend money we don't have.

well thats not what she asked though. She asked if he was happy with the policies he is implementing. I did not hear him answer directly whether or not he was.

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well thats not what she asked though. She asked if he was happy with the policies he is implementing. I did not hear him answer directly whether or not he was.

that's because it was a fecking stupid question borne out of utter political naivety

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Housing crisis happened under Bush in the US.

Can you see what it is yet?

This Blue/Red/Yellow 'democracy' nonsense is for 12 yr olds and Nick Robinson.

Some people blame the jews in charge of various banks and institutions

Then i think, they had the same problems in Japan. And im pretty sure the jews dont control Japan.

Its basic human nature.

Wouldnt really matter who was in charge. People are short-termist. They like false prophets, snake oilers, people who tell them what they want to hear, not the truth.

I think David Cameron remains our one hope (as said by nassim taleb) i mean no one can accuse him of promising great things. He seems refreshingly pessimistic IMO.

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