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APOLOGIES SHOULD BE DEMANDED

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posted on 26/5/20

comment by Hendo's Trophy Shuffle (U1217)
posted 9 minutes ago
comment by Hendo's Trophy Shuffle (U1217)
posted 50 minutes ago
comment by ThE ReVoLuTiOn Is HeRe (U22182)
posted 36 minutes ago
comment by Bales (U22081)
posted 2 hours, 5 minutes ago
You can't be that dumb. Can't be. Just for my piece of mind please tell me you're in prison somewhere, or otherwise ineligible to vote.
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It that ‘piece‘ of mind or peace of mind?

You obviously CAN be that that dumb 😂






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That that dumb?
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Also, "it that"?
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I’m just emphasising the point 👍🏼

posted on 26/5/20

We believe you

posted on 26/5/20

comment by CrouchEndGooner (U13531)
posted 11 minutes ago
We believe you
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Well at least you have piece of mind 👍🏼

And if that doesn’t do it, I’ll give you a peace of my mind

posted on 26/5/20

comment by Keep It Greasy - Music is the BEST (U1396)
posted 1 day, 3 hours ago
comment by FootyMcfootfoot (U21853)
posted 32 seconds ago
What blows my mind is how the hardcore lefties that voted corbyn are now backing starmer, when their ideas are world's apart.
It's like going from voting labour to conservative in lots of ways. Blows my mind how blinded most are by bias.
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I'd like to know who exactly Labour Voters should support if it's not their own leader
Eejit
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See this is just backwards logic. You don't just follow a leader for the sake of it, especially when they are so far apart of their ideology. This is why politics gets such a bad turnout when it comes to election votes.

Most are blue or red for life no matter what and simply follow what they are fed like sheep. Then they shout at people that question them and label them a member of the opposite party automatically 😅

If people felt corbyn was so electable then surely the new guy is as good as a tory, seeing how he is closer to them than corbyns left?

Or do u just not bother with the whole manifesto/what they stand for business? Cos surely the would be an Eejit move?

comment by Naby8 (U6997)

posted on 26/5/20

comment by FootyMcfootfoot (U21853)
posted 1 hour, 56 minutes ago
comment by Keep It Greasy - Music is the BEST (U1396)
posted 1 day, 3 hours ago
comment by FootyMcfootfoot (U21853)
posted 32 seconds ago
What blows my mind is how the hardcore lefties that voted corbyn are now backing starmer, when their ideas are world's apart.
It's like going from voting labour to conservative in lots of ways. Blows my mind how blinded most are by bias.
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I'd like to know who exactly Labour Voters should support if it's not their own leader
Eejit
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See this is just backwards logic. You don't just follow a leader for the sake of it, especially when they are so far apart of their ideology. This is why politics gets such a bad turnout when it comes to election votes.

Most are blue or red for life no matter what and simply follow what they are fed like sheep. Then they shout at people that question them and label them a member of the opposite party automatically 😅

If people felt corbyn was so electable then surely the new guy is as good as a tory, seeing how he is closer to them than corbyns left?

Or do u just not bother with the whole manifesto/what they stand for business? Cos surely the would be an Eejit move?
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I think most people just vote for who is closest to them in political alignment.

I voted Labour but it was the closest I've ever come to not voting because I so disliked both Carbyn and Boris and the Labour and Tory manifestos they stood for. In fact had the Tories put up someone more moderate then I might have found myself voting for them for the first time ever.

Starmer is much closer to my political view so I'll happily support him rather than grudgingly put a tick in the Corbyn box. I think many, many Labour supporters felt the same. Not all obviously, but a great many.

posted on 26/5/20

comment by Naby8 (U6997)
posted 47 minutes ago
comment by FootyMcfootfoot (U21853)
posted 1 hour, 56 minutes ago
comment by Keep It Greasy - Music is the BEST (U1396)
posted 1 day, 3 hours ago
comment by FootyMcfootfoot (U21853)
posted 32 seconds ago
What blows my mind is how the hardcore lefties that voted corbyn are now backing starmer, when their ideas are world's apart.
It's like going from voting labour to conservative in lots of ways. Blows my mind how blinded most are by bias.
---------------------------------------------------------------------
I'd like to know who exactly Labour Voters should support if it's not their own leader
Eejit
----------------------------------------------------------------------
See this is just backwards logic. You don't just follow a leader for the sake of it, especially when they are so far apart of their ideology. This is why politics gets such a bad turnout when it comes to election votes.

Most are blue or red for life no matter what and simply follow what they are fed like sheep. Then they shout at people that question them and label them a member of the opposite party automatically 😅

If people felt corbyn was so electable then surely the new guy is as good as a tory, seeing how he is closer to them than corbyns left?

Or do u just not bother with the whole manifesto/what they stand for business? Cos surely the would be an Eejit move?
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I think most people just vote for who is closest to them in political alignment.

I voted Labour but it was the closest I've ever come to not voting because I so disliked both Carbyn and Boris and the Labour and Tory manifestos they stood for. In fact had the Tories put up someone more moderate then I might have found myself voting for them for the first time ever.

Starmer is much closer to my political view so I'll happily support him rather than grudgingly put a tick in the Corbyn box. I think many, many Labour supporters felt the same. Not all obviously, but a great many.

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It made no difference whatsoever - Tories won by a landslide anyway 👍🏼

As for Starmer, he’s about as interesting and charismatic as dishwater - he’ll be out of a job after the next election

Agent Corbyn And his cronies, really did do a number on Labour - they won’t see Government for at least 10 years

posted on 26/5/20

comment by ThE ReVoLuTiOn Is HeRe (U22182)
posted 1 hour, 8 minutes ago
comment by Naby8 (U6997)
posted 47 minutes ago
comment by FootyMcfootfoot (U21853)
posted 1 hour, 56 minutes ago
comment by Keep It Greasy - Music is the BEST (U1396)
posted 1 day, 3 hours ago
comment by FootyMcfootfoot (U21853)
posted 32 seconds ago
What blows my mind is how the hardcore lefties that voted corbyn are now backing starmer, when their ideas are world's apart.
It's like going from voting labour to conservative in lots of ways. Blows my mind how blinded most are by bias.
---------------------------------------------------------------------
I'd like to know who exactly Labour Voters should support if it's not their own leader
Eejit
----------------------------------------------------------------------
See this is just backwards logic. You don't just follow a leader for the sake of it, especially when they are so far apart of their ideology. This is why politics gets such a bad turnout when it comes to election votes.

Most are blue or red for life no matter what and simply follow what they are fed like sheep. Then they shout at people that question them and label them a member of the opposite party automatically 😅

If people felt corbyn was so electable then surely the new guy is as good as a tory, seeing how he is closer to them than corbyns left?

Or do u just not bother with the whole manifesto/what they stand for business? Cos surely the would be an Eejit move?
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I think most people just vote for who is closest to them in political alignment.

I voted Labour but it was the closest I've ever come to not voting because I so disliked both Carbyn and Boris and the Labour and Tory manifestos they stood for. In fact had the Tories put up someone more moderate then I might have found myself voting for them for the first time ever.

Starmer is much closer to my political view so I'll happily support him rather than grudgingly put a tick in the Corbyn box. I think many, many Labour supporters felt the same. Not all obviously, but a great many.

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It made no difference whatsoever - Tories won by a landslide anyway 👍🏼

As for Starmer, he’s about as interesting and charismatic as dishwater - he’ll be out of a job after the next election

Agent Corbyn And his cronies, really did do a number on Labour - they won’t see Government for at least 10 years
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They dont have to do anything but watch tory support fall daily.

comment by Naby8 (U6997)

posted on 26/5/20

comment by ThE ReVoLuTiOn Is HeRe (U22182)
posted 1 hour, 20 minutes ago

It made no difference whatsoever - Tories won by a landslide anyway 👍🏼

As for Starmer, he’s about as interesting and charismatic as dishwater - he’ll be out of a job after the next election

Agent Corbyn And his cronies, really did do a number on Labour - they won’t see Government for at least 10 years
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You should read up about Starmer. Impressive guy and done a huge amount in his career.

But I'm not surprised you don't like him, why would you - he's a credible leader. Also doesn't surprise me that you'd use charisma as your method of judgement. It's everything that's wrong with popularist politics.

posted on 26/5/20

😂🤣😂

Starmer is just yet another grey, boring, uninspiring drip - in fact he’s almost the replica of Corbyn, except a younger version...and to give him a little credit, I don’t think he supports terrorist sc—um at the expense of our Country...unlike his predecessor 👍🏼

posted on 26/5/20

comment by ThE ReVoLuTiOn Is HeRe (U22182)
posted 18 minutes ago
😂🤣😂

Starmer is just yet another grey, boring, uninspiring drip - in fact he’s almost the replica of Corbyn, except a younger version...and to give him a little credit, I don’t think he supports terrorist sc—um at the expense of our Country...unlike his predecessor 👍🏼


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