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Started by: britboy (6743) Report abuse
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Posted by: billy (25926)  Report abuse
good job the lab-party aren't in power....they would have had this pratt beaten up and hospitalised under corbyns phony lab party??

Posted by: Handsomeminer (1298) Report abuse
Strong n stable

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (1835) Report abuse
Have yoo never had the floo

Posted by: jarvo (27734)  Report abuse
It wasn't funny, not one bit.

I personally think that Mrs May isn't a great leader, but I dread to think what would happen to all of us if Corbyn ever became PM. Not that I think there's a chance of that.

The current Labour party are dangerous and irresponsible.

And I fear for the younger voters being led on by the biggest con man in political history.

He makes Blair seem acceptable.

Posted by: jathbee (8156) Report abuse
Mrs May? Is she your next door neighbour? 😂😂😂. Her name is Theresa and she's a pathetic excuse for a prime minister. A total cop out.

Posted by: jarvo (27734)  Report abuse
...And that's a catholic name...Jeezzzz...

Leave her be. You arl buggers should stick together, anyway...

Posted by: broady (12697)   Report abuse
Very reluctant to say so but I agree with Jarvo's 00.13 comment 110%.

Posted by: builderboy (1825) Report abuse
Don't forget that Corbyn still has some magic beans and, when the beanstalk has grown and we have our hands on the goose that lays the golden egg, we will be awash with the funds to put the country back on its feet.........

Posted by: whups (2370)  Report abuse
like the supposedly none existant "money Tree "that the torys spouted about then find a billion & half for the DUP ? .what part of a honest man do you lot not like ? .

Posted by: builderboy (1825) Report abuse
Spending ten times that amount to keep Corbyn out of power would still be seen as good value by right thinking people

Posted by: Handsomeminer (1298) Report abuse
Steady on broady you,ll be posting poems next ,builder boy far better to keep lining the pockets of spivs and bankers than funding the health service , social care taking kids out of poverty give the long term disabled a decent standard. Of living home the homeless and pay a decent wage to working people who are using foodbanks

Posted by: broady (12697)   Report abuse
HM,
I am sure everyone agrees with you but I don't think Corbyn, but more importantly the clowns he surrounds himself with, are the people to achieve what you say. Calling for millions to demonstrate isn't the way forward. The ballot box is what decides the governments. That is the beauty of living in a democracy. Can you imagine Diane Abbott in any position of authority. Almost as fricknin as she is. As for poems. NEVER.

Posted by: whups (2370)  Report abuse
that,s right handsome as i,m sure builderboy will need the NHS at some stage in his life.how any working class can back a government up who,s stuck the boot into the aged , disabled & less well off is beyond me .spent & borrowed more money that any living government shows what this lot think of the general public.

Posted by: broady (12697)   Report abuse
So when people gone to go to the ballot box they will vote accordingly. You walk round in red blinkers and see only United or Labour and nothing outside that. Do you think the current Labour Party are similar to the one you were brought up with??

Posted by: jarvo (27734)  Report abuse
...I don't know one single person who'd have the nerve to approach a food bank...

But there are some tight buggers out there who would.



Posted by: britboy (6743) Report abuse
The general population doesn't know what's happening, and it doesn't even know that it doesn't know.

Noam Chomsky’

Posted by: broady (12697)   Report abuse
A council by election in Salford yesterday. The press call it a "Corbynista" area. Presume that means they are fully supportive of him. Turnout 18.93%. Labour returned with 718 votes. Very poor reading in the midst of an unpopular Government.

Posted by: nyce horse (3207) Report abuse
"The general population doesn't know what's happening, and it doesn't even know that it doesn't know."

WIGAN CLOWNCIL
COMICAL PLACE COMICAL PEOPLE
BENT AS NINE BOB NOTES

Posted by: jarvo (27734)  Report abuse
...Food banks my arse...

Posted by: jathbee (8156) Report abuse
Now why does that statement not surprise me. You are one stupid clown and certainly one blinkered one. You live your life in a a self satisfied bubble. Absolutely clueless and couldn't care less.

Posted by: jarvo (27734)  Report abuse
...And you are a geriatric hypocrite brought up with silly northern values and a life of silent drudgery.

Women like you used to be labelled 'heroic'.

I'd call it sheer ignorance.

You apparently know your place...So stick with it you hapless dinosaur...

Posted by: jathbee (8156) Report abuse
Yet again you show what an ignoramus you are. What a chauvinistic, barbarian you prove yourself to be. You are quite right I do know my place and it's way above your feeble mind. And just in case you have overlooked it, I am far from silent and I'm not the one still brushing a factory floor.

We are enjoying a very nice retirement, with a total lack of drudgery, the definition of which is, 'Hard, menial or dull work'. Does the definition not strike a note? 😂😂😂. Sometimes, hard, menial and dull work pays off, yours obviously does not.

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (1835) Report abuse
You tell him jathbee

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (1835) Report abuse
I think what it is with Corbyn and the rise of the left, supported by the young uns in this country, is that those young uns have grown up with this 'austerity' thing and they are sick of it, because it is now nearly 10 years since it started with the financial crash in 2008

I felt the same way at the end of the 1970's after growing up with the labour party in power, throughout most of the 1960's and 70's with all the unions and strikes and rampant inflation etc, I was sick of it and wanted a change and so Maggie Thatcher came along and we had a change and then same thing happened in 1997 after years of conservative governments, a change was needed and so folk went back to labour and Tony Blair.

So there you have it

Posted by: jathbee (8156) Report abuse
Governments are never voted in, just the opposite.

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (1835) Report abuse
In out, in out, shake it all about

Is your glass half empty or half full

Posted by: jathbee (8156) Report abuse
At the moment my glass is totally empty but my tea cup is full. 😂 Tomorrow however will be a different story, we are off on a short break and my glass will most definitely be full 🍷🍷🍷😂

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (1835) Report abuse

 
 
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