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Izzard Lost It

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Its why i didnt vote yes, anyway.

http://www.guardian....referendum-lost

He whored himself for liebour in the GE 2010, and again for AV.

It seems having this half wit's support is the kiss of death.

Agreed. I like Eddie Izzard, but seeing him running around the heels of ed miliband, invoked revulsion.

Why Why why does he vote Labour?

Does he not understand that they set out to turn to the UK into a corporateocracy, and destroy the dreams and aspirations of everyday folk?

You would think an 'A' Lister would have a lot more nonce.

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Agreed. I like Eddie Izzard, but seeing him running around the heels of ed miliband, invoked revulsion.

Why Why why does he vote Labour?

Does he not understand that they set out to turn to the UK into a corporateocracy, and destroy the dreams and aspirations of everyday folk?

You would think an 'A' Lister would have a lot more nonce.

Was that a Freudian slip?

:lol:

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Izzard is a crack double-agent, I thought everyone knew that? It's well known that the best way to crash the popularity of any party or cause is to bring in a bunch of patronising luvvies and champagne socialists, it works every time.

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