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4 minutes ago, “Nasty Piece of work” said:

What will it take for Joe Public to realise they have voted in a First class Shyte?

 

 

It's sort of unbelievable how apathetic the wider population of this country is. Can it be explained as simply as, "I'm alright, Jack"?

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11 minutes ago, “Nasty Piece of work” said:

What will it take for Joe Public to realise they have voted in a First class Shyte?

 

 

He's made the main voting demographic 10% richer in 12 months in the middle of an economic meltdown....his popularity is up.

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4 hours ago, PeanutButter said:

They're all in each other pockets. Imagine for one second if Keir or Corbyn had done this - the tidal wave of whipped up outrage would have consumed the nation for months. 

Johnson is a scummer, a fraud, a fat Latin-spaffing dunderhead, a sly and untrustworthy narcissist. 

 

And yet, still there is no deterioration in his party's favour. At this point they could vote a sentient whoopie cushion as PM and the nation would barely shrug. 

But he jumped on the right side of democracy, that goes a long way with voters IMO, just shows how totally misguided the other parties were in their fear of accepting democracy.

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1 minute ago, dances with sheeple said:

But he jumped on the right side of democracy, that goes a long way with voters IMO, just shows how totally misguided the other parties were in their fear of accepting democracy.

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Yes.

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7 minutes ago, dances with sheeple said:

But he jumped on the right side of democracy, that goes a long way with voters IMO, just shows how totally misguided the other parties were in their fear of accepting democracy.

If Corbyn had support Brexit and ending the immigration then he'd have won by a landslide.

It's curious that he didn't given everyone says he's a leave voter 

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Both Corbyn and May had too many principles for the job.  At the end of the day it is all of us voters that put BJ and co in power.  Any shiny tooth tosser that says he has the answer is a shoe in to run the country.  

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Just now, TheCountOfNowhere said:

If Corbyn had support Brexit and ending the immigration then he'd have won by a landslide.

It's curious that he didn't given everyone says he's a leave voter 

that's beacuse he was a nice man, someone you wouldn't mind as a neighbour but a completely weak leader who was hobbled by the Blairite scum in his party. Nothing will change, stop looking to these failed parties, the only option is vote with your feet and leave their sordid,corrupt system.

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2 minutes ago, ubuntu said:

that's beacuse he was a nice man, someone you wouldn't mind as a neighbour but a completely weak leader who was hobbled by the Blairite scum in his party. Nothing will change, stop looking to these failed parties, the only option is vote with your feet and leave their sordid,corrupt system.

You might not have noticed....bar places like North Korea, Afghanistan, Iran, it's the same sordid corrupt system.

 

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Likely cos the non-tory media don't see much value in bringing up the story again - everyone already knows they were bumping uglies and she got taxpayer cash. She previously had the opportunity to talk but she kept quiet, why does she feel the need to talk about it again now? Does she have a book coming out soon?

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18 minutes ago, dances with sheeple said:

But he jumped on the right side of democracy, that goes a long way with voters IMO, just shows how totally misguided the other parties were in their fear of accepting democracy.

Corbyn was always pro-Brexit. We had two pro-Brexit party leaders!

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1 minute ago, TheCountOfNowhere said:

If Corbyn had support Brexit and ending the immigration then he'd have won by a landslide.

It's curious that he didn't given everyone says he's a leave voter 

Too much pressure from within his party to "only accept democracy when we win" maybe? TBH it wasn`t entirely clear cut how the voters would respond due to Brexit being such a nearly equally divided issue, so BJ took a gamble, but it paid off and he came out looking all the stronger for it. Yes, Corbyn could have won if he had played the  Democracy First card early on but embarrassingly he did say to Laura Kuenssberg I think it was, on the eve of the election, "I think we have won" with a smug little nod, even after all the wriggling about accepting the vote on Brexit, that probably shows that he was pretty much out of touch with reality at that point?

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Interesting through that the likes of BJ can sail through with no media hate campaign, surely a prolific shagger like that must have been turned down once or twice, where are the claims of molestation?  May, Corbyn, Salmond and others get minced for not much, a wrongly phrased point is enough, no matter if proven innocent later.  

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3 minutes ago, PeanutButter said:

Corbyn was always pro-Brexit. We had two pro-Brexit party leaders!

No, Corbyn didn`t have the leadership to tell his party that they were campaigning as a party that accepted the vote, that was the crucial weakness as it turned out, the narrative had moved on by that point from who supports Brexit to who supports DEMOCRACY, and Boris...who is only really Pro- Boris and who had probably thought through all the ways he could jump to get the top job came out with the right story at the right time, the public know he probably thought about which side to back but it was right political noise at the right political moment, and that as they say is politics!

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9 minutes ago, satsuma said:

Interesting through that the likes of BJ can sail through with no media hate campaign, surely a prolific shagger like that must have been turned down once or twice, where are the claims of molestation?  May, Corbyn, Salmond and others get minced for not much, a wrongly phrased point is enough, no matter if proven innocent later.  

Salmond will have his revenge IMO, and he has been cleared on all charges as well.

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12 minutes ago, PeanutButter said:

Next question is: What would it take for the public to turn against Johnson?

 

What heinous act would he have to commit for people to stop supporting him? 

It would be things that I don`t think are in his character to commit so won`t happen, the best bet for younger politicians is to hammer the property bubble message, that is the weak spot.

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24 minutes ago, PeanutButter said:

Next question is: What would it take for the public to turn against Johnson?

 

What heinous act would he have to commit for people to stop supporting him? 

Immigration could still be his undoing. Sending a few illegals back is barely a token of what needs to be done.

Ultimately, the economy. Adding half a trillion quid to the national debt every parliament is obviously not sustainable.

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