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Such a shame that we still don't have any credible people to vote for.

About the only person I know of in the house of commons that I would actually like to be PM is Borris Johnson and that's only for a laugh.

Is it any wonder that people are so switched off to politics these days?

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Another clueless posh twit.

Still the hoi-polloi might vote for him because he smiles a lot and will always be on the telly and when he gets in his rightist agenda will discover itself.

You don't emerge from Eton as a middle/third-way touchy feely social liberal christian democrat.

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RightFred'sDead for PM! :ph34r:

CrashedOutAndBurned .........for Environment

Brainclamp................for foreign office

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lol thats a good one.

He has as much chance of winning the next election as i have rotfl

:lol::lol::lol:

I don't think it's so much a case of him winning as Labour losing. Still, John Major managed to hang on in there for one more election after the economy went Pete Tong last time so perhaps Brown will have his moment of glory after all.

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after the crash the tories could field a small goat with syphilis and still win

the tories will cause the crash once mr old etonian gets in. brown will continue to prop it up for dear life.

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I don't think it's so much a case of him winning as Labour losing. Still, John Major managed to hang on in there for one more election after the economy went Pete Tong last time so perhaps Brown will have his moment of glory after all.

No-one knew who Pete Tong was, last time!

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lol thats a good one.

He has as much chance of winning the next election as i have rotfl

:lol::lol::lol:

I dont know. Usually, governments lose elections as opposed to oppositions winning them. If Gordon gets the top job and lives up to form so far ie. worse than useless, then there a chance of the public school Notting Hill socialist metrosexual getting in.

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the tories will cause the crash once mr old etonian gets in. brown will continue to prop it up for dear life.

or maybe the crash will accelerate fast during next year and 2007 and give them a chance at the next general

Another clueless posh twit.

did england ever have a prime minister during the last 40 years who wasnt ?

enlighten me someone

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or maybe the crash will accelerate fast during next year and 2007 and give them a chance at the next general

did england ever have a prime minister during the last 40 years who wasnt ?

enlighten me someone

can't see it crashing purely under its own momentum. its a man-made boom, it wil take a man-made crash to sort it out. as it usually does. the tories will do that, make no mistake.

re. posh twits: callaghan, major, brown (who has more power than any chancellor than i can ever remember)

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the tories will cause the crash once mr old etonian gets in. brown will continue to prop it up for dear life.

And just what has he got left to prop it up with, the public lost faith in his economy yesterday, he no longer has the power to authorise the waste of £billions trying to stop the housing bubble bursting. His only chance is to kick Blair out inthe next few months otherwise he wil never be PM.

The media suggested the shadow chancellor George Osbourne was too young to take Brown on but in my book he hit home with several comments which was good to see, lets just hope Cameron doesn't shy away from attacking Blair in the same way.

People should put away their ideas of left and right they are all fighting for the centre ground, all we can hope for is a new set of politicians that tell the truth for a change.

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And just what has he got left to prop it up with, the public lost faith in his economy yesterday, he no longer has the power to authorise the waste of £billions trying to stop the housing bubble bursting. His only chance is to kick Blair out inthe next few months otherwise he wil never be PM.

excellent analysis he is on borrowed time

if he wants his shot at the big desk he's gonna have to do it quicktime before it all goes tits-up

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RightFred'sDead for PM! :ph34r:

CrashedOutAndBurned .........for Environment

Brainclamp................for foreign office

and me for f*ckin' Law and Order you scumbags!!!!

:)

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And just what has he got left to prop it up with, the public lost faith in his economy yesterday, he no longer has the power to authorise the waste of £billions trying to stop the housing bubble bursting. His only chance is to kick Blair out inthe next few months otherwise he wil never be PM.

The media suggested the shadow chancellor George Osbourne was too young to take Brown on but in my book he hit home with several comments which was good to see, lets just hope Cameron doesn't shy away from attacking Blair in the same way.

People should put away their ideas of left and right they are all fighting for the centre ground, all we can hope for is a new set of politicians that tell the truth for a change.

the only thing that sperates the tories from labour is browns insistence on mainitaining full employment through defecit spending. after watching him for many years now i can see its his only priority. 4 more years of that - the tories will come in by default, and then we can all run for the hills.

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Next but one, surely. I assume we'll have a year or two of the piggy eyed scotch tw@t desperately pulling the levers.

yeah sorry i sort of missed that... guess i never really will see brownie as a real pm if he gets the job, just sort of an afterthought

a bit like the smell after you flush

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all we can hope for is a new set of politicians that tell the truth for a change.

How would they get elected? Most people don't want a politician who'll tell them the truth, they want a politician who'll tell them that the government will give them free money if they elect him.

Democracy in the vast majority of modern nations is legitimised theft: so you shouldn't be surprised that most democratic politicans are thieves.

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i would vote tory is boris was leader.

he might be a little shabby, a little eccentric. hes very intelligent and one thing that makes him a winner in todays world for the uk people - he speaks his mind and seem HONEST.

i would seriously change from lab to con if he was running the show.

you know he wont rip you off.

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Dream on!

He'll have three things going for him at the next election, however. Firstly, he'll be facing Brown not Blair, secondly, the economy will be shot to pices and lastly, the 'time for a change' argument will be around.

Of course, it won't do him any good. He's just a piece of media manufactured spin, who the media will knock down as quickly and surely as they built him up. I look forward to the electorate flushing this vacuous, socially liberal nonentity down the Tory toilet....

....sooner rather than later.

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New Tories, New Britain. Hurray. I think he will do it and I think he could assemble a quality cabinet if the big hitters who are known to be acceptable to the electorate come on side.

The good thing about GB (the wastrel) is that even if he is given the PM role in a year or two it is too late to blame anyone else for the economy - he will be both PM and ex Chancellor - he will be a sitting duck for Osborne if they play their cards right.

Despite Osborne being marked for the role now, I would love to see Ken Clarke installed as a new Chancellor in 2009, gleefully telling the country how he was having to unwind GB's problems and restore the public finances to the state they were in when Clarke himself left No. 11 !!

There is a shift in atitude going on right now, it is perceptible and starting to find its way into the media - this chap Cameron and his party may be electable.

This is not about traditional left and right but about freedom, decency, state control, public finances and the economy. Who would have thought a Labour Govt would impose so many new restrictive laws and curtail civil liberties, ancient rights to no detention without trial, state intrusion into private lives, banning all sorts of activities, etc etc. If Thatch had tried them she would have been denounced a facist!

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after the crash the tories could field a small goat with syphilis and still win

I dont know. Usually, governments lose elections as opposed to oppositions winning them. If Gordon gets the top job and lives up to form so far ie. worse than useless, then there a chance of the public school Notting Hill socialist metrosexual getting in.

If the crash is really bad, the tories would actually stand a fair chance (IMO).

As long as things were tootling along (seemingly) OK, what was the point in voting conservative? Blair's NuLabour was hardly much of an ideological leap from the tories so it often boiled down to personality politics, and here Blair did have an advantage over the past few tory leaders.

If things do unravel as spectacularly as has been predicted, people will finally take notice. They might not care about Iraq or public sector borrowing, but if they're made redundant, the value of their house goes down or the lights go out in the middle of an Eastenders double length episode, then they'll start to care.

My vote goes to Boris too. One of the very few modern politicians that has any kind of personality at all.

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